“The Church offers today the last asylum for one type of mind which the Middle Ages would hardly have expected to find among the faithful: that of the skeptic.  Obviously, I mean the skeptic, the man who suspects the origins of his own belief, as well as those of others; who is most suspicious of those which are most prominently held; who is still more relentless towards his own beliefs than towards those of others; who suspects other people’s motives because he has learned the deceitfulness of his own.” — T.S. Eliot