Quote by Barney Frank
I am not a great theologian. I know there is a theological concept called invincible ignorance in which a strong enough faith binds you to any facts to the contrary.
This quote highlights the speaker's awareness of their limited knowledge in theology. They mention the concept of invincible ignorance, which refers to a state of strong faith that prevents one from accepting evidence contrary to their beliefs. It implies that despite having limited expertise in theology, the speaker acknowledges the existence of certain concepts and demonstrates humility by not claiming to be a great theologian.
If I have a cup of coffee that is too strong for me because it is too black, I weaken it by pouring cream into it. I integrate it with cream. If I keep pouring enough cream in the coffee, pretty soon the entire flavor of the coffee is changed; the very nature of the coffee is changed. If enough cream is poured in, eventually you don't even know that I had coffee in this cup. This is what happened with the March on Washington. The whites didn't integrate it; they infiltrated it. Whites joined it; they engulfed it; they became so much a part of it, it lost its original flavor. It ceased to be a black march; it ceased to be militant; it ceased to be angry; it ceased to be impatient. In fact, it ceased to be a march.