“If there were no God, there would be no atheists.” ~G.K. Chesterton
Growing up as an evangelical, I heard this saying over and over, but never quoted as Chesterton. It doesn’t somehow sound like him, but that could be my bias. Everywhere on the net it is quoted but never with a reference.
Does anyone know the reference?
Might I suggest in deference to truth that you quote with sources?
Thanks, Stephen. This was just brought to my attention–and I think you’re right. It doesn’t sound like G.K., does it? I’ve replaced it with the new one above. As they used to say in baseball: “Good eye!”
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