Ante-Nicene Father Quote of the Day

The causes productive of scepticism are two things principally. One is the changefulness and instability of the human mind, whose nature it is to generate dissent, either that of one with another, or that of people with themselves. And the second is the discrepancy which is in things; which, as to be expected, is calculated to be productive of scepticism.

Clement of Alexandria

The Stormata, or Miscellanies

Book 8

ch 8

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