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On Denying the Cat, or Is Sin a Fact? A Passage from Chesterton Examined

Yesterday, Victor Reppert quoted the following passage from G. K. Chesterton: Modern masters of science are much impressed with the need of beginning all inquiry with a fact. The ancient masters of religion were quite equally impressed with that necessity....
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