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- Die Theologie ist die Anthropologie.
- Theology is Anthropology.
- Ludwig Feuerbach, The Essence of Christianity ["Wesen des Christenthums"], Preface to the 2nd Ed. (1843).
Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895)Edit
- Quotes reported in Josiah Hotchkiss Gilbert, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895).
- We can no more have exact religious thinking without theology, than exact mensuration and astronomy without mathematics, or exact iron-making without chemistry,
- John Hall, p. 580.
- The theological systems of men and schools of men are determined always by the character of their ideal of Christ, the central fact of the Christian system.
- Josiah Gilbert Holland, p. 580.
- Comparative theology testifies that Jesus Christ, who is not less truly the incarnation of the Christian's theology than of the Christian's God, is indeed the desire of the nations, but not their product, their invention, or their discovery.
- George D. B. Pepper, p. 580.
- All my theology is reduced to this narrow compass — "Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners."
- Archibald Alexander, p. 580.
- A man must have a stout digestion to feed upon some men's theology; no sap, no sweetness, no life, but all stern accuracy, and fleshless definition. Proclaimed without tenderness, and argued without affection, the gospel from such men rather resembles a missile from a catapult than bread from a Father's hand.
- Charles Spurgeon, p. 580.
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