A few days ago I heard one of Dale Ahlquist’s “Chesterton Minutes” on Catholic radio and I was trying to find it [Chesterton’s quote] on the internet. The gist of it is that people are fine talking about God and theorizing about Him, but they are not comfortable living as if He really exists. At the end Chesterton summed it up something like: in the past it was considered bad to not believe in God, but now it is considered bad to act as if He exists. Does anyone know the quote I’m talking about and where I can find it? I was planning on using it in a presentation on popular piety in the Church. Thanks!