"What is man, that thou art mindful of him-?" (The Man-Kzin Wars, p. 77)
This verse gave Asimov an appropriate robot story title.
"'You win, you Judas...'" (p. 137)
Markham, here accused of treachery, had called Christianity "'A religion for slaves.'" (p. 44) Nevertheless, the Bible is part of us: no one wants to be called Judas or Pontius Pilate although we might identify with Doubting Thomas or Barabbas?
More on Markham later. Lunch and a walk now. Brevity is the soul of wit (I hope).