The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 42
"We see the men of Theology coming out to parley with the men of Science,—a white flag in their hands, and saying, 'If you will let us alone, we will do the same by you. Keep to your own province, do not enter ours. The Reign of Law which you proclaim we admit—outside these walls, but not within them:—let there be peace between us.' But this will never do. There can be no such treaty dividing the domain of Truth. Every one Truth is connected with every other Truth in this great Universe of God."
Duke of Argyll.
"Doubts, to the world's child-heart unknown,
Question us now from star and stone;
Too little or too much we know,
And sight is swift and faith is slow:
The power is lost to self-deceive
With shallow forms of make-believe."