My Thoughts

In his marvelous book Orthodoxy—which every Christian should read at least twice: once for the pure joy of reading great literature and another for the marvelous insights guaranteed to warm the cockles of your cold heart and concretized mind—G. K. Chesterton wrote, “Progress should mean that we are always changing the world to fit the vision, instead we are always changing the vision.” It seems to me should Chesterton now see the ungodly mess we have made of things in the unholy name of progress he would think we have all gone completely blind and batty, lacking any vision whatsoever. With neither a walking stick nor guide dog we are floundering in the dark believing we are making progress while getting nowhere but lost.

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