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The best theology would need no advocates; it would prove itself.

    Author: Karl Barth

A man may be theologically knowing and spiritually ignorant.

    Author: Stephen Charnock

A firm faith is the best theology; a good life is the best philosophy; a clear conscience the best law; honesty, the best policy, and temperance the best physic.

    Author: James H. Aughey

Many may boast in the depth of their Bible knowledge and in the excellency of their theological tenets, but those with spiritual discernment are aware that it is dead.

    Author: Watchman Nee

When you allegorize, you're gonna get everybody saved somehow.

    Author: Tim LaHaye

Yes, I think that when the Bible refers to a horse or a horseman, that's exactly what it means.

    Author: Tim LaHaye

Secularism, with its moral relativism, is in direct opposition to Christianity and its absolute morality. The battle is between these two worldviews--one that stands on God's Word and one that accepts man's opinions.

    Author: Ken Ham

Imagine if we started raising generations of children who stood uncompromisingly on the Word of God, knew how to defend the Christian faith, could answer the skeptical questions of this age, and had a fervor to share the gospel from the authority of God's Word with whomever they met! This could change the world.

    Author: Ken Ham

It is not the objective proof of God's existence that we want but the experience of God's presence. That is the miracle we are really after, and that is also, I think, the miracle that we really get.

    Author: Frederick Buechner

All theology, like all fiction, is at its heart autobiography.

    Author: Frederick Buechner
    Source: The Sacred Journey

An ineffably holy God, who has the utmost abhorrence of sin, was never invented by any of Adam's descendents.

    Author: A.W. Pink

Theology is a serious quest for the true knowledge of God, undertaken in response to His self-revelation, illumined by Christian tradition, manifesting a rational inner coherence, issuing in ethical conduct, resonating with the contemporary world and concerned for the greater glory of God.

    Author: John Stott

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