Thursday, August 26, 2010

Quote of the Day #5 - Spurgeon

Spurgeon poking a little fun at Agnosticism:
One walking with me observed, with some emphasis, “I do not believe as you do. I am an Agnostic.” “Oh,” I said to him. “Yes. That is a Greek word, is it not? The Latin word, I think, is ignoramus.” He did not like it at all. Yet I only translated his language from Greek to Latin. These are queer waters to get into, when all your philosophy brings you is the confession that you know nothing, and the stolidity which enables you to glory in your ignorance. 
~ Charles Spurgeon (1933.670)

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