Wish I'd said that - June 4, 2017

"Thus we return again to Dostoyevsky’s terrifying little truism: If there is no God, everything is permissible.... The atheist argues: 'If there were a God, how could there be injustice?' To which Pascal replies: 'If there is injustice, there must be true justice for it to be relative to and a defect of; and this true justice is not found on Earth or in man, therefore it must exist in Heaven and God.' Either there or nowhere; and if nowhere, then 'everything is permissible.' But not everything is permissible. Therefore there must be a God." Peter Kreeft Christianity for Modern Pagans: Pascal’s Pensées Edited, Outlined & Explained