Donald Trump’s rise is certainly a symptom of our fading virtue and faith, but ironically, he may well be our only hope for finding our way back to bolder expressions of them.
Eric Metaxas

There are no settings available for the current layout. Please select one of the other layouts by clicking one of the thumbnails above.

Filter Color
Text Transform
Align Settings
Background Color
Text Transform
Alignment Settings
Background Color
Text Transform
Alignment Settings
Copy

Donald Trump’s rise is certainly a symptom of our fading virtue and faith, but ironically, he may well be our only hope for finding our way back to bolder expressions of them.

Previous
No man can think clearly when his fists are clenched.
George Jean Nathan
Next
I dive as much as I can.
Peter Benchley
×
Press ESC to close.