“Quote Unquote”

April 3, 2015 § Leave a comment

“Stoning prophets and erecting churches to their memory afterwards has been the way of the world through the ages. Today we worship Christ, but the Christ in the flesh we crucified.”  —  Mahatma Gandhi

“‘What is truth?’ So in that drama which decided the whole fate of antiquity, one of the central figures is fixed in what seems the reverse of his true role. Rome was almost another name for responsibility. Yet he stands for ever as a sort of rocking statue of the irresponsible. Man could do no more. Even the practical had become the impracticable. Standing between the pillars of his own judgement-seat, a Roman had washed his hands of the world.”  —  G.K. Chesterton

“Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection not in books alone but in every leaf in spring time.” —  Martin Luther

Easter light: Death is conquered

 

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