types of questions which public school children ask cannot be answered
satisfactorily by anyone who is not capable of answering them
philosophically, because they are precisely those kinds of questions
which modern philosophers ask.
--Redacted from John Wilson,
Language and Christian Belief (London: Macmillan, 1958) page xiv. Quoted
in Flew, A. G. N. God: A Critical Inquiry (LaSalle, IL: Open Court,
1984) page 12.