The Answers to "Who Said It...?"
Award yourself 8 points if you said A.W. Tozer...and 8 more if you said the '40s, '50s or '60s. I think these come from the '5os. They're found in Man the Dwelling Place of God, a collection of essays written during those years.
Isn't it fascinating the way some of the writers a long time ago seem to speak directly to current fads and trends? C.S. Lewis somewhere called it "chronological snobbery," that tendency to think that whatever we're doing now automatically represents newness and progress.