It is the dogma that is the drama - not beautiful phrases, nor comforting sentiments, nor vague aspirations to loving-kindness and uplift, nor the promise of something nice after death - but the terrifying assertion that the same God who made the world lived in the world and passed through the grave and gate of death.
Show that to the heathen and they may not believe; but at least they may realise that there is something that a man might be glad to believe.
Creed or Chaos by Dorothy L. Sayers

Dividends Instead of Debts by M. Oliver Heydorn
Put on the Whole Armour of God by James Reed

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