Category Archives: Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“As an American friend of mine put it, most Western churchgoers treat the gospels as the optional chips and dip at the start of the evening.  They are the cocktail nibbles.  Only after that do we sit down at table … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Peter Enns

“Over the years I’ve grown more and more convinced that ‘storytelling’ is a better way of understanding what the Bible is doing with the past than ‘history writing.’” –Peter Enns, The Bible Tells Me So

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Quote of the Day

“Where the Holy Spirit implants divine life in the soul, there is a precious deposit which none of the refinements of education can equal.  The thief on the cross–excels Caesar on his throne; Lazarus among the dogs–is better than Cicero … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“Just as we would not have expected to find God in a feed trough of a barn in an obscure village, much less hanging, bloody, on a Roman cross, we do not expect to find him delivering his gifts in … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Dietrich Bonfoeffer

“Jesus Christ lived in the midst of his enemies. At the end all his disciples deserted him. On the Cross he was utterly alone, surrounded by evildoers and mockers. For this cause he had come, to bring peace to the … Continue reading

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