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Professor Huxley, in one of his clever phrases, called the Salvation Army “corybantic Christianity.” Huxley was the last and noblest of those Stoics who have never understood the Cross. If he had understood Christianity he would have known that there never has been, and never can be, any Christianity that is not corybantic (Heretics, Ch VI).

The above quote is from G.K. Chesterton’s book, Heretics.  The word corybantic means “wild; frenzied” and Chesterton seems to intend it in a complimentary way.