Inside This Issue
“No need to study theology at university… (or) go to Sunday school. It’s all right there in front of us…and Henry Moore helps us see it: Christianity!”
“At last, an opportunity to watch football in peace! … Just beer, pretzels and picking out the next Tom Brady.”
“Sir, you are quite simply insane. We know exactly what holds our universe together; it is electromagnetism, gravity, and the strong force…not Christ.”
“Writing at the same time as Kierkegaard, 10 years before Nietzsche, and 50 years before Heidegger and Sartre, Bakunin got it right.”
I’ll take the wisdom of Yogi Berra over that of Bill Clinton any day: Whatever is, is!
"There comes a time when our souls need more respite than even the traditions of Christmas can offer us."
"The argument for the “Happy Holidays” greeting is that because Christians have been imperialistic, and have erased everyone else (including Jews) from American culture, they now need to include us."
"There is only one full proof indication that Christmas is coming: the endless performances of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah. Yup, it’s that time of year!"
"They say that a watched pot never boils. That’s a lie. It does boil, but do you know what doesn’t?"
"No one has taken a bigger risk than Job, and no one has faced longer odds; and yet, Job has taken God to court and won!"
"What really is going on at that moment, which so grips the artist’s imagination, moving him to bend every effort of will and skill to re-produce, under the sign of paint, the precise reaction of the shepherds on first seeing the Holy Infant? "
"Are there things that are too precious to expose to real life? Things we’re afraid might get soiled? Maybe the most beautiful parts of ourselves? Maybe our faith?"