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Saying yes to the incarnate God ought to be the easiest thing in the world to do.

By Regis Martin, EWTN News, April 20, 2021

Regis Martin

When we speak of Christianity as something totally new — which is to say, an event entirely unlike any other — what exactly do we mean?

Do we mean to imply that because it is so special, so distinctively different from anything else, that it therefore stands superior to everything else? Do we really want to leave that impression, that we possess an exceptionality so rarefied as to eclipse everything else in the universe? Because, in putting it that way, in seizing that high ground, are we not exhibiting an arrogance of mind, an exclusivity of manner abhorrent to the practice of civility and tolerance? …