Tom Gilson

Quoted by the Pope? “We do not hold the truth, the truth holds us.”

The English translation provided here uses “possess” rather than “hold,” but it was a translation, after all.

That’s been on my masthead for eight years now (the idea is developed here and here) and it’s the title of my first ebook. Still, although he used it without attribution, I have no intention of bringing suit against the Pope. 🙂

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