H. L. Mencken Quote

Here the only genuine conflict is between true believers. Of a given text in Holy Writ one faction may say this thing and another that, but both agree unreservedly that the text itself is impeccable, and neither in the midst of the most violent disputation would venture to accuse the other of doubt. To call a man a doubter in these parts is equal to accusing him of cannibalism. Even the infidel Scopes himself is not charged with any such infamy.


H.L. Mencken on Religion (ed. Pyr Books, 2002)

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Here the only genuine conflict is between true believers. Of a given text in Holy Writ one faction may say this thing and another that, but both...

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Here the only genuine conflict is between true believers. Of a given text in Holy Writ one faction may say this thing and another that, but both...

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Here the only genuine conflict is between true believers. Of a given text in Holy Writ one faction may say this thing and another that, but both...

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Here the only genuine conflict is between true believers. Of a given text in Holy Writ one faction may say this thing and another that, but both...