Henri de Lubac

All has taken place as if the normal domain of man, even the believing man, were the secular domain; as if it were understood in advance that, in order to interest men seriously, it was necessary to speak to them of other things besides religion itself. Other things that were often excellent, indeed, necessary, but that were found to be a pretext for avoiding the essential. – Henri de Lubac, SJ

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