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Errors of timidity Print E-mail
By Henri de Lubac   
Monday, 31 October 2011

The fear of falling prey to error must never prevent us from getting to the full truth. To overstep the limit, to go beyond, would be to err through excessive daring: but there are also errors of timidity which consist precisely in stopping short, never daring to go any father than half truths.

Love of truth never goes without daring. And that is one of the reasons truth is not loved. 

 

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