Thursday, August 26, 2010

Muggeridge on the Incarnation -The man and his story are inexhaustible

In the exposition and portrayal of it, literally billions of words, oceans of paint, acres of canvas, mountains of stone and marble, have been expended, not to mention, in recent times, miles of film. Is there, then, anything left to say? I ask myself rather disconsolately, and decide that there is—not because of me, but because of him. The man and his story are inexhaustible, and continue to attract the minds and the imaginations of the pious and the impious, of believers and unbelievers, alike; mine among them. -Malcolm Muggeridge in Jesus Rediscovered, emphasis mine

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