SO much to read; SO little time. The list grows from the bottom far faster than it shrinks from the top. Oh well. C'est la vie. As long as it's being engaged, I suppose.
It's third-hand, mind you, so I don't know the original work, date, etc. If I come across these details I'll come back and make some edits.
"When the thought occurs to you that what you thought about God is wrong after all, and that there is no God, do not be alarmed. Many feel this way. But do not believe that your unbelief is because there is no God. When you can no longer believe in the God you used to know, it is because there was something wrong with your form of faith and you must try more earnestly to understand whom you call God. When a man stops believing in his wooden God, this does not mean that there is no God. It simply means that the true God is not made of wood.”
- Leo Tolstoy