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The heart of the crisis of our times.


“At the heart of the crisis of our times lies the cold belief of millions, avowed or unavowed, that the death of religious faith is seen in nothing so much as in the fact that it has lost its power to move anyone to die for it. I sensed that the deepest meaning . . . of my life for myself and for all other men, was the degree to which I could be so moved to act.”  -Whittaker Chambers.


Witness, Regnery Books, 1952 (1985 printing), p. 700.

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