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Magliano Dei quotes by Josemaria Escriva
#1. Don't judge without having heard both sides. Even persons who think themselves virtuous very easily forget this elementary rule of prudence. #Quote by Josemaria Escriva
Magliano Dei quotes by Rene Guenon
#2. Creation is the work of the Word; it is also, and by this very fact, His manifestation, his outward affirmation; and this is why the world is like a divine language, for those who know how to understand it: Caeli enarrant gloriam Dei (The heavens declare the glory of God, Ps. XIX:2) #Quote by Rene Guenon
Magliano Dei quotes by Karl Barth
#3. God wants man to be His creature. Furthermore, He wants him to be His PARTNER. There is a causa Dei in the world. God wants light, not darkness. He wants cosmos, not chaos. He wants peace, not disorder. He wants man to administer and to receive justice rather than to inflict and to suffer injustice. He wants man to live according to the Spirit rather than according to the flesh. He wants man bound and pledged to Him rather than to any other authority. He wants man to live and not to die. Because He wills these things God is Lord, Shepherd, and Redeemer of man, who in His holiness and mercy meets His creature; who judges and forgives, rejects and receives, condemns and saves. #Quote by Karl Barth
Magliano Dei quotes by John Milton
#4. The end then of learning is to repair the ruins of our first parents by regaining to know God aright, and out of that knowledge to love him, to imitate him, to be like him, as we may the nearest by possessing our souls of true virtue, which being united to the heavenly grace of faith makes up the highest perfection. #Quote by John Milton
Magliano Dei quotes by Mary McCarthy
#5. The Venetians catalogue everything, including themselves. 'These grapes are brown,' I complain to the young vegetable-dealer in Santa Maria Formosa. 'What is wrong with that ? I am brown,' he replies. 'I am the housemaid of the painter Vedova,' says a maid, answering the telephone. 'I am a Jew,' begins a cross-eyed stranger who is next in line in a bookshop. 'Would you care to see the synagogue?'
Almost any Venetian, even a child, will abandon whatever he is doing in order to show you something. They do not merely give directions; they lead, or in some cases follow, to make sure you are still on the right way. Their great fear is that you will miss an artistic or 'typical' sight. A sacristan, who has already been tipped, will not let you leave until you have seen the last Palma Giovane. The 'pope' of the Chiesa dei Greci calls up to his housekeeper to throw his black hat out the window and settles it firmly on his broad brow so that he can lead us personally to the Archaeological Museum in the Piazza San Marco; he is afraid that, if he does not see to it, we shall miss the Greek statuary there.
This is Venetian courtesy. Foreigners who have lived here a long time dismiss it with observation : 'They have nothing else to do.' But idleness here is alert, on the qui vive for the opportunity of sightseeing; nothing delights a born Venetian so much as a free gondola ride. When the funeral gondola, a great black-and-gold ornate hearse, draws up beside a fondamenta, it is #Quote by Mary McCarthy
Magliano Dei quotes by J. Budziszewski
#6. Trying to understand man without recognizing him as imago Dei is like trying to understand a bas-relief without recognizing it as a carving. #Quote by J. Budziszewski
Magliano Dei quotes by E.M.
#7. Dei, quod reliquum est, nolite metuere, et ossa tua liberabit, exspectans
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You, who awaits God, do not fear, what is left, and God will give you strength. #Quote by E.M.
Magliano Dei quotes by J. Vernon McGee
#8. We hear the expression, Vox populi, vox Dei, that is, the voice of the people is the voice of God. There are a lot of people in America who believe that. They consider public opinion as the authority. However, the mass of people is a fickle crowd that will follow one TV personality after another. It will elect a man to office if he has charisma even though he may be the biggest fool in the world and utterly corrupt in his life. The voice of the people is the very worst basis for authority. I thank God that He is not going to let the world vote the Lord Jesus into office! If God were to put it up to a public vote, Jesus Christ would never enter into His kingdom. I rejoice that God will send the Lord Jesus to this earth to put down rebellion. #Quote by J. Vernon McGee
Magliano Dei quotes by Edmund Morgan
#9. Vox populi vox dei: the voice of the people is the voice of God. The slogan was useful for those who first attempted to substitute the people for God as the source of political authority. Their attempt was ultimately so successful that God no longer seems to be needed in government. #Quote by Edmund Morgan
Magliano Dei quotes by Arthur Koestler
#10. Let me repeat: the crimes of violence committed for selfish personal motives are historically insignificant compared to those committed ad majoram gloriam Dei, out of a self-sacrificing devotion to a flag, a leader, a religious faith, or a political conviction. Man has always been prepared not only to kill but also to die for good, bad or completely futile causes. And what can be a more valid proof of the reality of the self-transcending urge than this readiness to die for an ideal? #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Magliano Dei quotes by Alcuin
#11. Nec audiendi qui solent dicere, vox populi, vox Dei, quum tumultuositas vulgi semper insaniae proxima sit. We should not listen to those who like to affirm that the voice of the people is the voice of God, for the tumult of the masses is truly close to madness. #Quote by Alcuin
Magliano Dei quotes by D. A. Carson
#12. GOD IS SO WONDERFULLY GENEROUS in his self-disclosure. He has not revealed himself to this race of rebels in some stinting way, but in nature, by his Spirit, in his Word, in great events in redemptive history, in institutions that he ordained to unveil his purposes and his nature, even in our very makeup. (We bear the imago Dei.) #Quote by D. A. Carson
Magliano Dei quotes by Meriol Trevor
#13. Cecil fingered the Agnus Dei round her neck. "Why shouldn't they have lucky things?" she said.

"Well, it's all very complicated," Dominic said. "And perhaps I'm not the one to explain it."

"Why not?" Cecil asked, surprised.

"Because I don't know if I believe," he said seriously, "and if I did, I would be of the religion King James was banished for."

"A Catholic? Why?" Cecil was even more surprised.

"Because what they teach all hangs together in one piece," said Dominic. "It's either that or nothing for me. #Quote by Meriol Trevor
Magliano Dei quotes by Alasdair MacIntyre
#14. Augustine's final verdict on the philosophers of Greece
and Rome was that, although they had made various mistakes, "nature itself has not permitted them to wander too far from the path of truth" in their judgments about the supreme good (De Civitate Dei 19.1). #Quote by Alasdair MacIntyre
Magliano Dei quotes by Arthur Koestler
#15. The crimes of violence committed for selfish, personal motives are historically insignificant compared to those committed ad majorem gloriam Dei, out of a self-sacrificing devotion to the flag, a leader, a religeous faith or political conviction. #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Magliano Dei quotes by Gregory A. Boyd
#16. third understanding of the imago Dei also gained popularity in the twentieth century, though it too had historical predecessors. In the early part of the twentieth century, Karl Barth argued that the central defining feature of the imago Dei is human relationality. Hence, this view is called the relational view of the imago Dei. Humans are created in the image of the Triune God and thus are meant to find their essence and destiny in community with one another and with God The following three essays offer arguments in favor of each of these views. #Quote by Gregory A. Boyd
Magliano Dei quotes by Thomas Merton
#17. Bonum est praestolari cum silentio salutare Dei. ("It is good to wait in silence for the salvation of God.") #Quote by Thomas Merton
Magliano Dei quotes by Erik Pevernagie
#18. At a certain point, we have to stop 'play time,' start 'construction time' and get things going, instead of getting mired down in the quicksand of wishful thinking, clutching desperately to imaginary 'dei ex machina.' (" Swim or sink") #Quote by Erik Pevernagie
Magliano Dei quotes by John Walford
#19. Christ, as the ultimate Imago Dei is alluded to in scripture as being without external beauty in the Classical sense, and should better be thought of as one who passed through all the slime and mire of a fallen and sinful creation in order to redeem it. His own body is to be remembered for the marks it bears-even in resurrection-of the scars of his sacrificial death. For the Christian, a theory of beauty might better begin at this point. #Quote by John Walford
Magliano Dei quotes by Huston Smith
#20. It remained for the twentieth century to discover that locked within the atom is the energy of the sun itself. For this energy to be released, however, the atom must be bombarded from without. So too, locked in every human being is a store of love that partakes of the divine-the imago dei-image of God, it is sometimes called. And it too can be activated only through bombardment, in its case love's bombardment #Quote by Huston Smith
Magliano Dei quotes by Fiore Dei Liberi
#21. Without books no one can be a good teacher nor even a good student of this art. #Quote by Fiore Dei Liberi
Magliano Dei quotes by Edward Abbey
#22. Why do I live in the desert? Because the desert is the *locus Dei*. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Magliano Dei quotes by David Bosch
#23. Mission [is] understood as being derived from the very nature of God. It [is] thus put in the context of the Trinity, not of ecclesiology or soteriology. The classical doctrine of the missio dei as God the Father sending the Son, and God the Father and the Son sending the Spirit [is] expanded to include yet another "movement": Father, Son, and Holy Spirit sending the church into the world. #Quote by David Bosch
Magliano Dei quotes by Richard D. Sagor
#24. To visualize that which doesn't exist, yet to believe with confidence that it can be realized, is truly something miraculous. #Quote by Richard D. Sagor
Magliano Dei quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#25. All right, all right, you go right on thinking you an act of God created in his image, and I'll go right on thinking I'm descended from an ape. When you look in the mirror I should think you'd feel pretty discouraged; I wouldn't be happy to look at myself and think that my faces is an Imago Dei. It wouldn't make me feel I'd done very well by God. But when I look in the mirror and that I'm descended from an ape, I feel I've done remarkably well. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
Magliano Dei quotes by Czesław Miłosz
#26. In Rome on the Campo dei Fiori
Baskets of olives and lemons,
Cobbles spattered with wine
And the wreckage of flowers.
Vendors cover the trestles
With rose-pink fish;
Armfuls of dark grapes
Heaped on peach-down.

On this same square
They burned Giordano Bruno.
Henchmen kindled the pyre
Close-pressed by the mob.
Before the flames had died
The taverns were full again,
Baskets of olives and lemons
Again on the vendors' shoulders.

I thought of the Campo dei Fiori
In Warsaw by the sky-carousel
One clear spring evening
To the strains of a carnival tune.
The bright melody drowned
The salvos from the ghetto wall,
And couples were flying
High in the cloudless sky.

At times wind from the burning
Would drift dark kites along
And riders on the carousel
Caught petals in midair.
That same hot wind
Blew open the skirts of the girls
And the crowds were laughing
On that beautiful Warsaw Sunday.

Someone will read as moral
That the people of Rome or Warsaw
Haggle, laugh, make love
As they pass by martyrs' pyres.
Someone else will read
Of the passing of things human,
Of the oblivion
Born before the flames have died.

But that day I thought only
Of the loneliness of the dying,
Of how, when Giordano
Climbed to his burning
There were no words
In any h #Quote by Czesław Miłosz
Magliano Dei quotes by Indonesia123
#27. Glorifying the world is self dissapointment. Glorifying God is self contentment. #Quote by Indonesia123
Magliano Dei quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#28. Master Plato once said that Lux est umbra Dei; light is the shadow of God. I say this way: Light is the god of shadow! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Magliano Dei quotes by Rick Yancey
#29. Oculus Dei, the eyes of God. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Magliano Dei quotes by Dan Brown
#30. I'm fascinated by power, especially veiled power. Shadow power. The National Security Agency. The National Reconnaissance Office. Opus Dei. The idea that everything happens for reasons we're not quite seeing. #Quote by Dan Brown
Magliano Dei quotes by Penny Lernoux
#31. Opus Dei is an efficient machine run to achieve world power. #Quote by Penny Lernoux
Magliano Dei quotes by Indonesia123
#32. When we live holy we will glorify self but when we glorify God we will live holy. #Quote by Indonesia123
Magliano Dei quotes by Christos Tsotsos
#33. In Greek, Humanity, anthropotita, is female and it feels suitable
to call her a she from now on. She is all. She is the poet of
the universe, She is the image that god was crafted to resemble.
She is the Imago Dei. #Quote by Christos Tsotsos
Magliano Dei quotes by Gregory A. Boyd
#34. Many have emphasized that our ability to reason is the distinguishing mark of the soul. Others have argued that our ability to communicate sets us apart. Still others have stressed that our ability to love or to sense God or to make moral judgments manifests our imago Dei. Many theologians have concluded that all of these features manifest the soul. In each case, however, the divine image is located in the soul of humans. St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and John Calvin are classic representatives of this perspective. A #Quote by Gregory A. Boyd
Magliano Dei quotes by Princeton University
#35. Dei sub numine viget, Under God's power she flourishes #Quote by Princeton University
Magliano Dei quotes by Dropdeaddream
#36. Ave maria, gratia plena, get him out of this war, and if you gotta take someone then take me, because I've got nothing real to go home to but he's got a girl now and I can see the hope written all over his face when he sees her. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, pray for us sinners, but don't spend too much time on my immortal soul, because not even divine intervention can help me now. I know when to walk away from a fight and trying my damnedest not to need him was a losing battle. I won't be in the history book; that's for you. But I loved you first. As long as they get that right., I don't care what they say. #Quote by Dropdeaddream
Magliano Dei quotes by Mother Maria Skobtsova
#37. ...give from the heart since each person is the very icon of God incarnate in the world. #Quote by Mother Maria Skobtsova
Magliano Dei quotes by Walter C. Kaiser Jr.
#38. Up until the 1950s the subject of the missionary movement was referred to as "missions" in the plural form. In fact, the term "missions" was first used in its current context by the Jesuits in the sixteenth century. But the International Missionary Council discussions in the 1950s on the missio- Dei convinced most that the mission of the Triune God was prior to any of the number of missions by Christians during the two millennia of church history. Consequently, since there was only one mission, the plural form has dropped out of familir usage and the singular form, "mission," has replaced it for the most part. Nevertheless, most churches and lay-persons hang on the plural missions. For that reason, and to make our point clear here, we will refer to it in this work from time to time while alerting believers to the coming change. #Quote by Walter C. Kaiser Jr.
Magliano Dei quotes by T.J. Klune
#39. I told the Kid I thought Wednesday was Latin for Satan, and that we probably shouldn't do it then because it might be bad luck. The Kid then proceeded to tell me what the word Wednesday actually means and where it came from (apparently it's Middle English for Wednes dei, the day of the English God Woden
how the hell he knows these things, I'll never know). He then said to stop being such a girl. #Quote by T.J. Klune
Magliano Dei quotes by Leland Ryken
#40. In 1941, Dorothy L. Sayers provided a detailed analysis of that creative process in The Mind of the Maker. She developed the relevance of the imago Dei for understanding artistic creation in explicitly trinitarian terms. In every act of creation there is a controlling idea (the Father), the energy which incarnates that idea through craftsmanship in some medium (the Son), and the power to create a response in the reader (the Spirit). These three, while separate in identity, are yet one act of creation. So the ancient credal statements about the Trinity are factual claims about the mind of the maker created in his image. Sayers delves into the numerous literary examples, in what is one of the most fascinating accounts ever written both of the nature of literature and of the imago Dei. While some readers may feel she has a tendency to take a good idea too far, The Mind of the Maker remains an indispensable classic of Christian poetics. #Quote by Leland Ryken
Magliano Dei quotes by Gregory A. Boyd
#41. A different understanding of the imago Dei gained popularity in the twentieth century, though it had predecessors in earlier church history. This view locates the imago Dei in the commission of God for humans to "have dominion" over the earth. This view is sometimes referred to as the functional view of the imago Dei, for it locates the essence of our divine image in what we as humans are called to do. As God is the loving Lord of the entire cosmos, humans are called to be the loving lords of the entire earth. A #Quote by Gregory A. Boyd
Magliano Dei quotes by Albert Einstein
#42. If this conviction had not been a strongly emotional one and if those searching for knowledge had not been inspired by Spinoza's Amor Dei Intellectualis, they would hardly have been capable of that untiring devotion which alone enables man to attain his greatest achievements. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Magliano Dei quotes by John Ortberg
#43. Mission began with God. God has a mission. That's why he made for himself a people, but his mission came before people. His mission came before the Bible. He gave his mission a Bible. He gave his mission a people. God's mission, God's project, is to bless. Open doors are an invitation to be part of the missio Dei. #Quote by John Ortberg
Magliano Dei quotes by Tony Stewart
#44. DEI without Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a museum. #Quote by Tony Stewart
Magliano Dei quotes by Mondino De' Liuzzi Mondino Dei Luzzi Mundinus De Leuciis
#45. Ossa autem alia quae sunt infra basilare non bene ad sensum apparent nisi ossa illa decoquantur, sed propter peccatum dimitiere consuevi.

[The bones which are below the os basilare cannot be well seen unless they are removed and boiled, but owing to the sin involved in this I am accustomed to pass them by.] #Quote by Mondino De' Liuzzi Mondino Dei Luzzi Mundinus De Leuciis
Magliano Dei quotes by Huston Smith
#46. Seen through the eyes of faith, religion's future is secure. As long as there are human beings, there will be religion for the sufficient reason that the self is a theomorphic creature - one whose morphe (form) is theos - God encased within it. Having been created in the imago Dei, the image God, all human beings have a God-shaped vacuum built into their hearts. Since nature abhors a vacuum, people keep trying to fill the one inside them. #Quote by Huston Smith
Magliano Dei quotes by David Dark
#47. [...] Like calling someone a fool or an idiot. It's one of those things Jesus tells us never to do. Calling someone a pervert without acknowledging our own inner pervert might lead to the destruction - or at least the perversion - of our own soul. We become perverts in our determination to catch a pervert. #Quote by David Dark
Magliano Dei quotes by Indonesia123
#48. Life begins from guilty feeling of self glory. Life finishes at truthful love of God's glory. #Quote by Indonesia123

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