Category Archives: Quote

Christian theism as a unit

A quote from Van Til; a Christian apologist. He identifies that it all stands as one, or falls in a heap, which is a big assertion, but one I think is true. It also suggests that knowledge without an understanding … Continue reading

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You must one day leave everything behind…

A quote from Thomas à Kempis’ book The imitation of Christ. I discovered it in my study of Church History, and I feel its pointed remarks very much on this day and in the final ‘hours’ of Tonga… If a … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Exchange

For He was made man that we might be made God; and He manifested Himself by a body that we might receive the idea of the unseen Father; and He endured the insolence of men that we might inherit immortality. … Continue reading

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Uncommon sense – In the style of G. K. Chesterton

G. K. Chesterton is one of those authors I look forward to reading through. His work greatly influenced C. S. Lewis, which is high praise from any. I read this quote from his book Orthodox (Chapter 3) and thought it … Continue reading

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The saying of an old monk

Found this while trolling the interwebs. Thought it quite poetic. When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world. I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation. When I … Continue reading

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Do we accept a damaged Christ?

I’ve been doing research for an essay on Athanasius and consequently was reading through a book by Loraine Boettner. In it, he quotes Clarence E. Macartney; a quote I find highly worthwhile and completely relevant to today’s society. What Athanasius … Continue reading

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Capitalism and its final stages

Found an interesting quote from an Indian philospher and, err… social revolutionary? That’s supposedly what he was, but I am not sure what that entails. Anyway, his name is Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar, and he writes: In the modern world, capitalist … Continue reading

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