The Anchor of Faith

During the Napoleonic Wars, British officers would often drink a toast: “Confusion to the French!” Confusion is defined as “lack of understanding, uncertainty, bewilderment” and is the downfall, the last gasp, of any army, regime or civilization. Think of Waterloo, Appomattox, Hiroshima, the fall of Saigon. One would never wish confusion on one’s own society […] The post The Anchor of Faith appeared first on World Religion News.

The Anchor of Faith
During the Napoleonic Wars, British officers would often drink a toast: “Confusion to the French!” Confusion is defined as “lack of understanding, uncertainty, bewilderment” and is the downfall, the last gasp, of any army, regime or civilization. Think of Waterloo, Appomattox, Hiroshima, the fall of Saigon. One would never wish confusion on one’s own society […] The post The Anchor of Faith appeared first on World Religion News.