Quote by Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy
It is true, I deny the incomprehensible Trinity, and the fable regarding the fall of man, which is absurd in our day. It is true, I deny the sacrilegious story of a God born of a virgin to redeem the race.
In this quote, the speaker expresses their denial of the concept of the Trinity, as well as the idea of the fall of man and the belief in a God born of a virgin for the redemption of humanity. They deem these beliefs as incomprehensible, absurd, and sacrilegious. The quote reflects the speaker's rejection of traditional religious doctrines and implies a rejection of certain core beliefs in Christianity.