“Let the reader observe the sentence we have italicized. This makes it clear that the Catholic Church, despite her infallibility and her liberal postage convention with the Kingdom of Heaven, is content to accept even the validity of divine miracles upon human testimony.
Now when we turn to the report of Mr. Huxley’s recent New York lectures on evolution, we find him saying that it is upon “human historical evidence that we depend for the greater part of our knowledge for the doings of the past.”
In a lecture on Biology, he said “…every man who has the interest of truth at heart must earnestly desire that every well-founded and just criticism that can be made should be made; but it is essential…that the critic should know what he is talking about.” An aphorism that its author should recall when he undertakes to pronounce upon psychological subjects.
Add this to his views, as expressed above, and who could ask a better platform upon which to meet him?”
H. P. Blavatsky