Prove What Can’t Be by Not Seeing It

When G. K. Chesterton was arguing against a rationalist who denied miracles on the ground that experience is against it, he cited this:

There was a great Irish Rationalist of this school who, when he was told that a witness had seen him commit a murder, said he could bring a hundred witnesses who had not seen him commit it. (Gilbert Keith Chesterton, 176)



Samantha Grove January 9, 2010 Reply

Great quote!

So I'm guessing you like John Piper.

Which of his books is your favorite?

I love, "A Hunger for God"

jax January 11, 2010 Reply

was just reading a book written by g.k.chesterton yesterday.. he's got a way with words! :)

Talk to me, Goose.

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