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Habecker Church quotes by Philip Schaff
#1. The history of the Church is the rise and progress of the kingdom of heaven upon earth, for the glory of God and the salvation of the world. #Quote by Philip Schaff
Habecker Church quotes by Andrew Solomon
#2. When a church manipulates the law to say, "These people are lesser," it takes a lot of resilience to hold your head up and say, "I am not lesser!" Some people can do it and some cannot; and some of those people who cannot will be destroyed. #Quote by Andrew Solomon
Habecker Church quotes by Thomas C. Oden
#3. The church that weds itself to modernity is already a widow within postmodernity. #Quote by Thomas C. Oden
Habecker Church quotes by Anna Howard Shaw
#4. But we are learning from the teaching and example of Jesus that life itself is a religion, that nothing is more sacred than a human being, that the end of all right institutions, whether the home or the church or an educational establishment, or a government, is the development of the human soul. #Quote by Anna Howard Shaw
Habecker Church quotes by Diarmaid MacCulloch
#5. Sometimes the Church patently tried to profit from such incidents: the Benedictine monks of Norwich Cathedral in England, encouraged by their bishop, were pioneers in the blood-libel business when in the 1140s they tried to foster in their own church a cult of an alleged young victim of the Jews called William. Unfortunately for the monks, the good folk of Norwich loathed their cathedral more than they did the Jews, and the pilgrimage to little St William never amounted to much. Other cults were more successful (see chapter 2, p. 59), and the blood-libel has remained a recurring motif in the worst atrocities against the Jews. #Quote by Diarmaid MacCulloch
Habecker Church quotes by Michael S. Horton
#6. This may be the most valuable and the most challenging thing we can learn from Calvin's ecclesiology today: that the church is not something that we form of our own accord. It is not a product of our reaching out to God, but a gift of God reaching out to us.107 #Quote by Michael S. Horton
Habecker Church quotes by David Eddings
#7. That's a strange hobby for a Church Knight."

"God hired me as a fighting man, Sparhawk, not as a monk. I fight whenever He tells me to, but the rest of my time is my own. #Quote by David Eddings
Habecker Church quotes by Kate Adie
#8. I was sent to a nice Church of England girls' school and at that time, after university, a woman was expected to become a teacher, a nurse or a missionary - prior to marriage. #Quote by Kate Adie
Habecker Church quotes by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
#9. Regardless of the reaction of others, one thing is certain: True worship and devotion will make our lives fragrant and will perfume the environment around us. Our homes, our churches, even our places of work will bear the sweet scent of our devotion. Most important, the Lord Jesus will be pleased. And ultimately that is all that really matters. #Quote by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Habecker Church quotes by Al Goldstein
#10. For me, the Church is the enemy. #Quote by Al Goldstein
Habecker Church quotes by Nathaniel Hawthorne
#11. Thou,
dost thou pray?" cried Giovanni, still with the same fiendish scorn. "Thy very prayers, as they come from thy lips, taint the atmosphere with death. Yes, yes; let us pray! Let us to church and dip our fingers in the holy water at the portal! They that come after us will perish as by a pestilence! Let us sign crosses in the air! It will be scattering curses abroad in the likeness of holy symbols! #Quote by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Habecker Church quotes by Neal Stephenson
#12. Even though he grew up in churches, raised by church people, Waterhouse (as must be obvious by this point) never really understood their attitudes about sex. Why did they get so hung up on that one issue, when there were others like murder, war, poverty, and pestilence? #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Habecker Church quotes by Benjamin Disraeli
#13. Consider Ireland ... You have a starving population, an absentee aristocracy, and an alien Church, and in addition the weakest executive in the world. That is the Irish Question. #Quote by Benjamin Disraeli
Habecker Church quotes by Carey Nieuwhof
#14. We're leading people to Jesus, not to ourselves or to our awesome church. Keeping the focus on Christ ensures that genuine life change happens and lasts. #Quote by Carey Nieuwhof
Habecker Church quotes by Louisa May Alcott
#15. I wonder if you know just what it means to pious?"
"Goin' to church, and readin' the Bible, and sayin' prayers and hymns, ain't it?"
"Those things are a part of it; but being kind and cheerful, doing one's duty, helping others, and loving God, is the best way to show that are pious in the true sense of the word. #Quote by Louisa May Alcott
Habecker Church quotes by Lyz Lenz
#16. It's a racist narrative trick we always do when we talk about Christianity in America. When we say "Christian" we mean white people. When we talk about great Evangelists in American history, we mean Billy Graham, not Martin Luther King. King is a black activist. But Graham is allowed to be for all. This is the narrative trick being pulled when people tell me to disregard Chicago. It's the erasure of othering. As if centuries of struggling together and against one another hasn't left us all deeply and irrevocably changed.

Chicago's story, like the story of St. Louis, Minneapolis, and Iowa City, is a Midwestern story. The story of the black Evangelical church is the story of the Evangelical church. These stories might not fit the narrative we want to tell about ourselves, but they are as essential to the meaning of who we are as any other story. #Quote by Lyz Lenz
Habecker Church quotes by Pope John Paul II
#17. The Church imposes nothing; she only proposes, she proposes like a lover to the beloved. #Quote by Pope John Paul II
Habecker Church quotes by Jim Wallis
#18. Pat Robertson is an embarrassment to the church and a danger to American politics, .. It's time for Christian leaders of all stripes to call on Robertson not just to apologize but to retire. #Quote by Jim Wallis
Habecker Church quotes by Ambrose
#19. The Church's foundation is unshakable and firm against the assaults of the raging sea. Waves lash at the Church but do not shatter it. Although the elements of this world constantly batter and crash against her, she offers the safest harbor of salvation for all in distress. #Quote by Ambrose
Habecker Church quotes by Frederick Lenz
#20. Buddhism isn't about temples, and incense, and shaved heads, and robes. It's not about church. There are aspects of Buddhism that involve that. People enjoy that, it helps them, it strengthens their practice. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Habecker Church quotes by John M Barry
#21. Meanwhile, Quakers used outrageous behavior to draw more attention to their beliefs and provoke a response. A Quaker man walked into a Boston church holding a bottle in each hand, then smashed them to the floor; he shouted, "Thus will the Lord break all to pieces!" A Quaker woman stripped herself naked and paraded through the Newbury church during worship. Another Quaker woman paraded nude through the streets of Boston. #Quote by John M Barry
Habecker Church quotes by Grace Burrowes
#22. Might as well rest the horses," St. Just said, nudging his beast out of the middle of the beaten path. "Westhaven, can you dismount?" "I cannot. My backside is permanently frozen to the saddle; my ability to reproduce is seriously jeopardized." "Anna will be desolated." St. Just waited while Westhaven swung down, then whistled at an urchin shivering in the door to a nearby church. "We'll #Quote by Grace Burrowes
Habecker Church quotes by Walter Dean Myers
#23. I was raised in Harlem. I never found a book that took place in Harlem. I never had a church like mine in a book. I never had people like the people I knew. People who could not find their lives in books and celebrated felt bad about themselves. I needed to write to include the lives of these young people. #Quote by Walter Dean Myers
Habecker Church quotes by Jayde Scott
#24. Cass had a few points but, really, a vampire? Who believed in such a myth? What was Cass suggesting anyway? That I grab my rosary and head for the nearest church begging for holy water? Line my door and windows with salt? Sleep with a wooden stake under my pillow? Hang garlic bulbs from my bedroom door? Why was I even considering these options? #Quote by Jayde Scott
Habecker Church quotes by David Foster Wallace
#25. Galileo's Two New Sciences was in certain respects one long raspberry at the Inquisition, whose treatment of G.G. is infamous. Part of this agenda was to have the dialogue's straight man act as a spokesman for Aristotelian metaphysics and Church credenda and to have his more enlightened partner slap him around intellectually. One of the main targets is Aristotle's ontological division of (infinity) into actual and potential, which the Church has basically morphed into the doctrine that only God is Actually Infinite and nothing else in His creation can be. Example: Galileo ridicules the idea that the number of parts that any line segment can be divided into is only 'potentially' (meaning unreal-ly) infinite by showing that if you bend the segment into a circle-which, 'a la Nicholas of Cusa, is defined as a regular polygon with a (infinity) of sides-you have "reduced to actuality that infinite number of parts into which you claimed, while it was straight, were contained in it only potentially. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Habecker Church quotes by Bill Burr
#26. God's everywhere, but I gotta go down (to church) to see him? Really? And he's mad at me down there, and I owe you money? #Quote by Bill Burr
Habecker Church quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr.
#27. If the church of today does not recapture the sacrificial spirit of the early church, it will lose its authentic ring, forfeit the loyalty of millions, and be dismissed as an irrelevant social club with no meaning for the twentieth century. #Quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Habecker Church quotes by Alan Dershowitz
#28. Yes, believers and non-believers and skeptics can all live together and get along. But there cannot be an imperialistic imposition of religion by the state or by the church. All people must be equal
believers, skeptics, disbelievers, atheists, and those who chose religion. Unless we are all deemed equal, and unless the morality of disbelief is deemed the equivalent of the morality of belief, we will simply be tolerated, and that is not the American way. #Quote by Alan Dershowitz
Habecker Church quotes by Bill Hybels
#29. When God transforms the life of just one leader, that leader can transform a church. When one church is transformed, you can transform a community. And when enough churches are thriving, you can affect a region, a country, and eventually the entire world with the positive, life-changing power of Jesus Christ and the redeeming and restoring work of his people. #Quote by Bill Hybels
Habecker Church quotes by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
#30. In an unconstitutional partnership with the state, the church can impose the most irresistible, if covert, controls conceivable. #Quote by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
Habecker Church quotes by Justin Lee
#31. If anyone had a right to lecture people about their sin, it was the sinless son of God. If even he could meet sinners as equals, how much more should we Christians
all sinners ourselves
treat as equals the people we encounter in our lives? #Quote by Justin Lee
Habecker Church quotes by Barack Obama
#32. I didn't become a Christian until many years later, when I moved to the South Side of Chicago after college. It happened not because of indoctrination or a sudden revelation, but because I spent month after month working with church folks who simply wanted to help neighbors who were down on their luck no matter what they looked like, or where they came from, or who they prayed to. It was on those streets, in those neighborhoods, that I first heard God's spirit beckon me. It was there that I felt called to a higher purpose - His purpose. #Quote by Barack Obama
Habecker Church quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#33. Individualism is a modest and still unconscious form of will to power; with it a single human unit seems to think it sufficient to free himself from the preponderating power of society (or of the State or Church). He does not set himself up in opposition as a personality, but merely as a unit; he represents the rights of all other individuals as against the whole. That is to say, he instinctively places himself on a level with every other unit: what he combats he does not combat as a person, but as a representative of units against a mass. [...] When one has reached a certain degree of independence, one always longs for more: separation in proportion to the degree of force; the individual is no longer content to regard himself as equal to everybody, he actually seeks for his peer - he makes himself stand out from others. Individualism is followed by a development in groups and organs; correlative tendencies join up together and become powerfully active: now there arise between these centres of power, friction, war, a reconnoitring of the forces on either side, reciprocity, understandings, and the regulation of mutual services. Finally, there appears an order of rank. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Habecker Church quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#34. The fact that you have a large sum of money in your wallet does not remove your responsibility from you before God to be involved in a ministry in the body of Christ #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Habecker Church quotes by Simone Weil
#35. A society like the Church, which claims to be Divine is perhaps more dangerous on account of the ersatz good which it contains then on account of the evil which sullies it. Something of the social labelled divine: an intoxicating mixture which carries with it every sort of license. Devil disguised. #Quote by Simone Weil

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