Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Distinguished thinkers Phrases



Distinguished thinkers Phrases (God exists)

. 1 "God: the beginning, middle and end." Plato

2. "God is the invisible evidence." Victor Hugo

3. "Failure in which I find myself to prove that God does not exist, try me his
existence. "Jean de la Bruyère

4. "Bad thing that men have stopped believing in God is not that no longer believes in anything, but are willing to believe in everything." Gilbert Hesterton

. 5 "God exists; but is in no hurry to make it known. "Leon Tolstoy

6. "A god to prove his existence would be an idol." Deitrich Bonhoeffer

7. "Sound is a movement ...", "Electricity is a movement ..." "The light is a
movement ... "Science does not have other definitions. She intended, however, to deny God because she cannot define it. Constancio C. Vigil

8. "Only God is truly wise." Socrates

9. "Some shallow science  drive away from God, but much  deep science  get back to him" Louis Pasteur

"A little philosophy inclines the human mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy leads the human mind to religion." Francis Bacon

10. "For the scientist who has lived basing his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance, and is about to conquer the last summit, stretches to win the final rock ... and when you reach the top you are greeted by a handful of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries. " Robert Jastrow

11. "I can see how it could be possible for a man to look down to earth and be an atheist, but I cannot imagine that this same man to look up to the heavens and say there is no God."
 Abraham Lincoln
12. "God as we understood Him, canbe conceived only as a spirit
pure, independent and free of any material element, a spirit that perceives all things, which prints the entire movement, having in itself the principle of eternal motion. "Cicero

13. "Can we, down here, make God an object of our discussions?" Napoleon Bonaparte

14. "It must be found in the infinitely large infinitely small, to feel the presence of God." Pythagoras

.15 "There are only two kinds of people consistent. Those who enjoy God because they believe in Him and those who suffer because they do not own him Blaise Pascal

16 ". Scientific minds Unfortunately for God cannot be discovered or
demonstrable through purely scientific methods. But this does not prove anything, just that they are using the wrong tools for the job. "JB Phillips

17. "Faith is indispensable in man. Unfortunate who believes in nothing."

Victor Hugo



18. "When you stop believing in God,  you not  refused to believe anything."
 Gilbert Keith Chesterton


19. "Abolish God and will be done the night of the human soul."

Alphonse de Lamartine


20. "Faith is different from the test, while the latter is human, the former is a Gift from God." Blaise Pascal


21. "Without God man could not establish a reference point to define himself. Twentieth century philosophy manifests the chaos of man seeking to understand himself as a creature with dignity, when in fact it does not have a reference point to that dignity. " R. C. Sproul

22. "When you speak of God or his attributes, do it with all seriousness and reverence."
George Washington

.23 "Self-ignorance generates pride; but ignorance of God generates despair. "Bernard of Clairvaux

24. "If we were to judge nature by common sense or likelihood, then we would not believe that the Earth exists." Annie Dillard

25. "God exists and someone has never sought, then it would be a small consolation to
remembering that person cannot obtain evidence of their existence. "
 George MacDonald

. 26 "God. Most obvious and most mysterious" JB Henri Lacordaire

27. 'If God were small enough to be understood, then there would be big enough to be worshiped. " Evelyn Underhill

28. "Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul." François Rabelais


29 "The eyes cannot see well to God, but through tears." Victor Hugo

30. "The only idea that man can apply God's name is that of a First Cause, the Cause of all causes." Thomas Paine



31. "God made us for Himself and our hearts are restless until they rest in Him"
Augustine of Hippo

32. "It's something to think that those who have not had God during life,
want one at the time of death. "Serge Abate

33. "God does not command impossibilities, but at what send commands, invites you to do what you can and ask if you cannot   for what he and helps you to do." Augustine of Hippo


34. "There is nothing in the universe, big or small, if you look at his beginning, his
nature, property and power, do not put off to consider Wonder
God. "Luis Vives

35. "Every child, at birth, brings the message that God still does not lose hope in men." Rabindranath Tagore

36. "In the night, an atheist half believes in God." Edward Young


37. "If there were no God, there would be no atheists." G. K. Chesterton

38. "Worst moment for an atheist is when is really thankful and has no one to
thank. "Dante Gabriel Rossetti

39. "An atheist may be simply a person in whom his faith and love are concentrated on the impersonal aspects of God." Simone Weil

40. "From a terrible, strange, paradoxical way, atheists tend to take religion more seriously than the same religious " Mignon McLaughlin


41. "Nobody talks so constantly about God but those who insist that God does not
exists. "Heywood Broun


. 42 "As Christians we accept a fundamental truth:.. God exists and thus everything else makes sense An atheist to deny God has to accept incredible explanations for everything else I think that requires more faith to deny God than to believe in Him "
John MacArthur

43. "Humanism or atheism can be wonderful philosophies about life provided you are big and strong and have between 18 and 35. But be careful lest you find yourself in a lifesaver  where others are younger, larger or smarter than you. "
William Murray

44. "Anyone who fears death is an atheist at heart." Napoleon Bonaparte

45. "Man cannot live without kneeling. Rejecting God kneels before an idol.  There are not Atheists but idolaters." Feodor Dostoevsky

46.
​​"Is the heart and not the reason who feels God." Blaise Pascal

47. "Take God  out of the universe, and the universe would not be more than a grand illusion." Lamennais

. 48 "It is absolutely necessary to be convinced of the existence of God, but at the same time need not be proven." Kant

49. "Misery of Man without God implies happiness of man with God."
Blaise Pascal



With affection,
Ruben