This one comes from his Pulitzer-winning 1948 WWII novel “Guard of Honor.” This time with a Romans 8:20 vibe:

“Conceited men proudly called their shots and proceeded to miss them, without even the comfort of realizing that few attended long enough to notice, and fewer cared… courageous patience overdid it and missed the boat; good Samaritans, stopping, found it was a trap and lost their shirts, too — everyday incidents in the manifold pouring-past of the Gaderene swine, possessed at someone’s whim, but demonstrably innocent — for what was a guilty pig, or a wicked one? —  “