The following is completely ripped out of its context, like Macduff. But it struck me as oddly relevant all the same, like Macduff.
As G.K. Chesterton put it: the modern young man will never change the world, for he will always change his mind. Western theologians were concerned to change their theology to fit the world, and the last thing on their minds was to change the world to fit any theological vision. They wanted a revolution in theology, not a theology of revolution.
- Steve Hayes, Notes from Underground