Christopher Henry Dawson Quotes

Christopher Henry Dawson Quotes

Happy is the people that is without history. And thrice is the people without sociology.

The process of secularisation arises not from the loss of faith but from the loss of social interest in the world of faith. It begins the moment men feel that religion is irrelevant to the common way of life and that society as such has nothing to do with the truths of faith.

When men follow justice the city blooms, the earth bears rich harvests, and children and flocks increase; but for the unjust all nature is hostile, the people waste away from famine, and a whole city may reap the evil fruit of one man's ill deeds.

The man who is fond of books is usually a man of lofty thought, and elevated opinions.

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