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The number one cause of atheism is Christians. Those who proclaim Him with their mouths and deny Him with their actions is what an unbelieving world finds unbelievable.
In the days ahead, you will either be a mystic (one who has experienced God for real) or nothing at all.
Knowing God is more important than knowing about God.
Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God.
Learning always involves self-transcendence. Learning calls forth what is in us, helping us to move toward authenticity and wholeness.
The Christian of the future will be a mystic or he will not exist at all.
Love alone allows man to forget himself... it alone can still redeem even the darkest hours of the past since it alone finds the courage to believe in the mercy of the holy God.
In the post-Christian world, all Christians will be mystics.
Childhood is not a state which only applies to the first phase of our lives in the biological sense. Rather it is a basic condition which is always appropriate to a life that is lived aright.
What Christ gives us is quite explicit if his own words are interpreted according to their Aramaic meaning. The expression 'This is my Body' means this is myself.
When man is with God in awe and love, then he is praying.
The struggle against atheism is foremost and of necessity a struggle against the inadequacy of our own theism.
Meditating on the nature and dignity of prayer can cause saying at least one thing to God: Lord, teach us to pray!
But there is yet another form of this hidden heresy, and, paradoxically, it can affect those who are proudest of their long-standing and unimpeachable orthodoxy; heresy in the form of indifference.
Every year we celebrate the holy season of Advent, O God. Every year we pray those beautiful prayers of longing and waiting, and sing those lovely songs of hope and promise.
Grace can and does have a history.
The task of the theologian is to explain everything through God, and to explain God as unexplainable.