Never a Doubt

CamusFrom Albert Camus’ essay “The Unbeliever and the Christian” (1948):

The world expects that Christians will speak out loud and clear, so that never a doubt, never the slightest doubt, could arise in the heart of the simplest man [sic].

The world expects that Christians will get away from abstractions and confront the blood stained face which history has taken on today.

The grouping we need is a grouping of men resolved to speak out clearly and to pay up personally.

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