In which contextualization becomes compromise and the fortress becomes a countryseat...

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(Tim) One of my favorites from Kierkegaard:

"Imagine a fortress, absolutely impregnable, provisioned for an eternity. There comes a new commandant. He conceives that it might be a good idea to build bridges over the moats--so as to be able to attack the besiegers. Charming! He transforms the fortress into a countryseat, and naturally the enemy takes it. So it is with Christianity. They changed the method--and naturally the world conquered."

                                -Soren Kierkegaard, Attack Upon “Christendom"