Warren Brown quotes

  • I cannot understand how any man or woman can believe in the Lord's coming and not be a missionary, or at least committed to the work of missions with every power of his being.

  • I believe in instinct, not reason. When reason is right, nine times out of ten it is impotent, and when it prevails, nine times out of ten it is wrong.

  • Psychoanalysts believe that the only "normal" people are those who cause not trouble to either themselves or anyone else.

  • I was a narrative historian, believing more and more as I matured that the first function of the historian was to answer the child's question, "What happened next?

  • If there had been no troublemakers, no Dissenters, we should still be living in caves.

  • The difference between tragedy and comedy: Tragedy is something awful happening to somebody else, while comedy is something awful happening to somebody else.

  • If you don't acknowledge differences, it's as bad as stereotyping or reducing someone.

  • Focus attention and energy on making a difference in the lives of others, and success might follow as a by-product.

  • A meeting between two people who complete each other, who are made for each other, borders already, in my opinion, on a miracle.

  • When you study natural science and the miracles of creation, if you don't turn into a mystic you are not a natural scientist.