In place of Revelation and Belief,' she said slowly, 'we now have Facts and Knowledge. We used to believe in God—variously, and teach the belief as a matter of duty. Now we know God, as much as we know anything else—more than we know anything else—it... Moving the Mountain - Page 197by Charlotte Perkins Gilman - 1911 - 290 pagesFull view
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Val Gough, Jill Rudd - Literary Collections - 1998 - 188 pages
...counter-religion based not on mystery and unknowing, but on total knowledge and full, unimpeded vision: 'In place of Revelation and Belief,' she said slowly,...than we know anything else—it is The Fact of Life.' 19 Hence the novel's narrative is conceived as a broad overview, a 'species of digest' written by John...