A Passage to India
[Mrs. Moore] must needs pronounce [God's] name frequently, as the greatest she knew, yet she had never found it less efficacious. Outside the arch there seemed always an arch, beyond the remotest echo a silence. (1.5.102)
"[…] There will have to be something universal in this country – I don't say religion, for I'm not religious, but something, or how else are barriers to be broken down?"
[Adela] was only recommending the universal brotherhood he sometimes dreamed of, but as soon as it was put into prose it became untrue. (2.14.66)
Religion appeared, poor little talkative Christianity, and [Mrs. Moore] knew that all its divine words from "Let there be Light" to "It is finished" only amounted to "boum." (2.14.99)