Robert H. Knight quotes

  • As long as you want anything very much, especially more than you want God, it is an idol.

  • There is no kind of experience in which a Christian has a right to refuse to praise God, for 'all things work together for good to them that love God.'

  • …for a true Christian, all strangers are Jesus.

  • Hell is the place where one has ceased to hope.

  • A heathen philosopher once asked a Christian, 'Where is God'? The Christian answered, 'Let me first ask you, Where is He not?'

  • Matt Hock was the first person who showed me how much fun and how cool it can be to be a Christian,

  • Good religious poetry... is likely to be most justly appreciated and most discriminately relished by the undevout.

  • A religious man is a person who holds God and man in one thought at one time, at all times, who suffers harm done to others, whose greatest passion is compassion, whose greatest strength is love and defiance of despair.

  • Calvinism is an all-embracing system of principles... It is rooted in a form of religion which was peculiarly its own, and form that specific religious consciousness there was developed first a particular theology, then a special church-order, and then a given form for political and social life.

  • Anyone who has brought up children knows that consistency has absolutely nothing to do with discipline.

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