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Mere Christianity


Christianity ::: A religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ, that emphasizes his role as redeemer and savior for all of humanity and his mediation of the role of divinity in the lives of people.

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Christianity II, 73.]

Christianity II, p. 52.]

Christianity, in addition to a great many so-called pagan ideas, also inherited and adapted Jewish sacrificial ideas, but the word became limited to the sacrifice of Christ for the sins of the world, and the sacrifice by man of his personal desires to the behests of his divinity. The true origin of the Christian atonement is in the Mysteries, when the hierophant offered his pure and sinless life as a sacrifice for his race to the gods whom he hoped to rejoin (IU 2:42). The general sense in theosophy is that of sacrificing one’s temporal interests to a lofty ideal.

Christianity. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books

Christianity, p. 44.]

Christianity.] Raphael, as regent of the sun; Uriel,


christianity ::: n. --> The religion of Christians; the system of doctrines and precepts taught by Christ.
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1:Democracy has travelled from the East to the West in the shape of Christianity. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Bande Mataram - II, Asiatic Democracy,
2:I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else. ~ C S Lewis,
3:Christianity was an assertion of human equality in the spirit, a great assertion of the unity of the divine spirit in man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Bande Mataram - II, Asiatic Democracy,
4:My chief reason for choosing Christianity was because the mysteries were incomprehensible. What's the point of revelation if we could figure it out ourselves? If it were wholly comprehensible, then it would just be another philosophy. ~ Mortimer J Adler,
5:Christianity has a built-in defense system: anything that questions a belief, no matter how logical the argument is, is the work of Satan by the very fact that it makes you question a belief. It's a very interesting defense mechanism and the only way to get by it -- and believe me, I was raised Southern Baptist -- is to take massive amounts of mushrooms, sit in a field, and just go, "Show me.". ~ Bill Hicks,
6:The occultist and the philosopher are entirely willing to accept the mystical truths of Christianity for they are a part of all truth, all revelation, and all mysteries. What the mystic seeks to escape is not true Christianity but the contendings of unnumbered jarring sects that have theologized Jesus out of existence and put in his place a figure of their own conception. ~ Manly P Hall, The Students Monthly Letter, 4th year
7:The most dangerous thing you can do is to take any one impulse of your own nature and set it up as the thing you ought to follow at all costs. There is not one of them which will not make us into devils if we set it up as an absolute guide. You might think love of humanity in general was safe, but it is not. If you leave out justice you will find yourself breaking agreements and faking evidence in trials 'for the sake of humanity', and become in the end a cruel and treacherous man. ~ C S Lewis, Mere Christianity,
8:For primitive man the world is full of demons and mysterious powers which he fears; the whole of Nature is animated by these forces, which are nothing but man's own inner powers projected into the outside world. Christianity and modern science have de-demonized Nature, which means that the European has consistently taken back the demonic powers out of the world into himself, and has steadily loaded his unconscious with them. Out of man himself the demonic powers rise up in revolt against the supposed spiritual constraints of Christianity. The demons begin to break out in Baroque art: the columns writhe, the furniture sprouts satyr's feet. Man is slowly transformed into a uroboros, the "tail-eater" who devours himself, from ancient times a symbol of the demon-ridden man. ~ Carl Jung,
9:It is no good asking for a simple religion. After all, real things are not simple. They look simple, but they are not. The table I am sitting at looks simple: but ask a scientist to tell you what it is really made of-all about the atoms and how the light waves rebound from them and hit my eye and what they do to the optic nerve and what it does to my brain-and, of course, you find that what we call "seeing a table" lands you in mysteries and complications which you can hardly get to the end of. A child saying a child's prayer looks simple. And if you are content to stop there, well and good. But if you are not--and the modern world usually is not--if you want to go on and ask what is really happening, then you must be prepared for something difficult. If we ask for something more than simplicity, it is silly then to complain that the something more is not simple. ~ C S Lewis, Mere Christianity,
10:Our culture, the laws of our culture, are predicated on the idea that people are conscious. People have experience; people make decisions, and can be held responsible for them. There's a free will element to it. You can debate all that philosophically, and fine, but the point is that that is how we act, and that is the idea that our legal system is predicated on. There's something deep about it, because you're subject to the law, but the law is also limited by you, which is to say that in a well-functioning, properly-grounded democratic system, you have intrinsic value. That's the source of your rights. Even if you're a murderer, we have to say the law can only go so far because there's something about you that's divine.

Well, what does that mean? Partly it means that there's something about you that's conscious and capable of communicating, like you're a whole world unto yourself. You have that to contribute to everyone else, and that's valuable. You can learn new things, transform the structure of society, and invent a new way of dealing with the world. You're capable of all that. It's an intrinsic part of you, and that's associated with the idea that there's something about the logos that is necessary for the absolute chaos of the reality beyond experience to manifest itself as reality. That's an amazing idea because it gives consciousness a constitutive role in the cosmos. You can debate that, but you can't just bloody well brush it off. First of all, we are the most complicated things there are, that we know of, by a massive amount. We're so complicated that it's unbelievable. So there's a lot of cosmos out there, but there's a lot of cosmos in here, too, and which one is greater is by no means obvious, unless you use something trivial, like relative size, which really isn't a very sophisticated approach.

Whatever it is that is you has this capacity to experience reality and to transform it, which is a very strange thing. You can conceptualize the future in your imagination, and then you can work and make that manifest-participate in the process of creation. That's one way of thinking about it. That's why I think Genesis 1 relates the idea that human beings are made in the image of the divine-men and women, which is interesting, because feminists are always criticizing Christianity as being inexorably patriarchal. Of course, they criticize everything like that, so it's hardly a stroke of bloody brilliance. But I think it's an absolute miracle that right at the beginning of the document it says straightforwardly, with no hesitation whatsoever, that the divine spark which we're associating with the word, that brings forth Being, is manifest in men and women equally. That's a very cool thing. You got to think, like I said, do you actually take that seriously? Well, what you got to ask is what happens if you don't take it seriously, right? Read Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment. That's the best investigation into that tactic that's ever been produced. ~ Jordan Peterson, Biblical Series, 1,
11:There's an idea in Christianity of the image of God as a Trinity. There's the element of the Father, there's the element of the Son, and there's the element of the Holy Spirit. It's something like the spirit of tradition, human beings as the living incarnation of that tradition, and the spirit in people that makes relationship with the spirit and individuals possible. I'm going to bounce my way quickly through some of the classical, metaphorical attributes of God, so that we kind of have a cloud of notions about what we're talking about, when we return to Genesis 1 and talk about the God who spoke chaos into Being.

There's a fatherly aspect, so here's what God as a father is like. You can enter into a covenant with it, so you can make a bargain with it. Now, you think about that. Money is like that, because money is a bargain you make with the future. We structured our world so that you can negotiate with the future. I don't think that we would have got to the point where we could do that without having this idea to begin with. You can act as if the future's a reality; there's a spirit of tradition that enables you to act as if the future is something that can be bargained with. That's why you make sacrifices. The sacrifices were acted out for a very long period of time, and now they're psychological. We know that you can sacrifice something valuable in the present and expect that you're negotiating with something that's representing the transcendent future. That's an amazing human discovery. No other creature can do that; to act as if the future is real; to know that you can bargain with reality itself, and that you can do it successfully. It's unbelievable.

It responds to sacrifice. It answers prayers. I'm not saying that any of this is true, by the way. I'm just saying what the cloud of ideas represents. It punishes and rewards. It judges and forgives. It's not nature. One of the things weird about the Judeo-Christian tradition is that God and nature are not the same thing, at all. Whatever God is, partially manifest in this logos, is something that stands outside of nature. I think that's something like consciousness as abstracted from the natural world. It built Eden for mankind and then banished us for disobedience. It's too powerful to be touched. It granted free will. Distance from it is hell. Distance from it is death. It reveals itself in dogma and in mystical experience, and it's the law. That's sort of like the fatherly aspect.

The son-like aspect. It speaks chaos into order. It slays dragons and feeds people with the remains. It finds gold. It rescues virgins. It is the body and blood of Christ. It is a tragic victim, scapegoat, and eternally triumphant redeemer simultaneously. It cares for the outcast. It dies and is reborn. It is the king of kings and hero of heroes. It's not the state, but is both the fulfillment and critic of the state. It dwells in the perfect house. It is aiming at paradise or heaven. It can rescue from hell. It cares for the outcast. It is the foundation and the cornerstone that was rejected. It is the spirit of the law.

The spirit-like aspect. It's akin to the human soul. It's the prophetic voice. It's the still, small voice of conscience. It's the spoken truth. It's called forth by music. It is the enemy of deceit, arrogance, and resentment. It is the water of life. It burns without consuming. It's a blinding light.

That's a very well-developed set of poetic metaphors. These are all...what would you say...glimpses of the transcendent ideal. That's the right way of thinking about it. They're glimpses of the transcendent ideal, and all of them have a specific meaning. In part, what we're going to do is go over that meaning, as we continue with this series. What we've got now is a brief description, at least, of what this is. ~ Jordan Peterson, Biblical Series, 1,
12:To take the last issue, the difficult issue, first. The first great Dharma systems, East and West, all arose, without exception, in the so-called “axial period” (Karl Jaspers), that rather extraordinary period beginning around the 6th century B.C. (plus or minus several centuries), a period that saw the birth of Gautama Buddha, Lao Tzu, Confucius, Moses, Plato, Patanjali—a period that would soon give way, over the next few centuries, to include Ashvaghosa, Nagarjuna, Plotinus, Jesus, Philo, Valentinus…. Virtually all of the major tenets of the perennial philosophy were first laid down during this amazing era (in Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity….) ~ Ken Wilber, Integral Life, right-bucks
13:It can be expected that the orthodox Christian will at first reject the theories about the Christ which occultism presents; at the same time, this same orthodox Christian will find it increasingly difficult to induce the intelligent masses of people to accept the impossible Deity and the feeble Christ, which historical Christianity has endorsed. A Christ Who is present and living, Who is known to those who follow Him, Who is a strong and able executive, and not a sweet and sentimental sufferer, Who has never left us but Who has worked for two thousand years through the medium of His disciples, the inspired men and women of all faiths, all religions, and all religious persuasions; Who has no use for fanaticism or hysterical devotion, but Who loves all men persistently, intelligently and optimistically, Who sees divinity in them all, and Who comprehends the techniques of the evolutionary development of the human consciousness (mental, emotional and physical, producing civilizations and cultures appropriate to a particular point in evolution) – these ideas the intelligent public can and will accept. p. 589/90 ~ Alice Bailey, in The Externalization of the Hierarchy (1957)

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1:Christianity is a fighting religion. ~ C S Lewis
2:Nothing in Christianity is original. ~ Dan Brown
3:Christianity is a pestilent superstition. ~ Tacitus
4:Christianity is a religion in a rush. ~ Yann Martel
5:Christianity is such a silly religion. ~ Gore Vidal
6:My goal is to destroy Christianity. ~ Erwin McManus
7:True Christianity is love in action. ~ David O McKay
8:Christianity... is an Eastern religion. ~ Tom Robbins
9:Christianity is the salt of the earth. ~ Matthew Henry
10:In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity. ~ Anne Rice
11:Christianity is Christ plus nothing! ~ Leonard Ravenhill
12:Culture eats Christianity for breakfast. ~ Peter Drucker
13:Why not give Christianity a trial? ~ George Bernard Shaw
14:Humor (is) intrinsitc to Christianity. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
15:I think Arminianism is death to Christianity! ~ R C Sproul
16:Christianity is not a do-it-yourself thing. ~ Jerry Bridges
17:Christianity is part of the laws of England. ~ Matthew Hale
18:Christianity made us think there's one heaven. ~ Patti Smith
19:Imagine that Christianity is about loving God. ~ Marcus Borg
20:Christmas is the Disneyfication of Christianity. ~ Don Cupitt
21:Freedom is the cornerstone of Christianity. ~ Brennan Manning
22:The Bible is the Constitution of Christianity. ~ Billy Graham
23:Christianity does not provide the reason for ~ Timothy Keller
24:Christianity is a hangman’s metaphysics… ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
25:Deity indwelling men! That, I say is Christianity! ~ A W Tozer
26:If evolution wins, Christianity goes! ~ William Jennings Bryan
27:The virtue of Christianity is obedience. ~ Julius Charles Hare
28:Christianity is Platonism for the people. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
29:Voltaire abolished Christianity by believing in God. ~ Voltaire
30:Christianity and monarchy are twin principles. ~ Honor de Balzac
31:Christianity is a strangely cheery religion. ~ Flannery O Connor
32:I see Christianity in very humanistic terms. ~ John Shelby Spong
33:Christianity is a myth that has been literalised. ~ Timothy Freke
34:Christianity is part of the Common Law of England. ~ Matthew Hale
35:The best cure for Christianity is reading the Bible. ~ Mark Twain
36:The major religions, Christianity, Judaism, Islam, ~ Paulo Coelho
37:Christianity is called the religion of pity. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
38:Christianity is the hangman's metaphysics... ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
39:I did not set out to convert anyone to Christianity. ~ J K Rowling
40:Christianity did not destroy paganism; it adopted it. ~ Will Durant
41:Christianity is a metaphysics of the hangman. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
42:Christianity is a misogynistic hierarchy of oppression. ~ Anonymous
43:Christianity is God's marriage proposal to the soul. ~ Peter Kreeft
44:Christianity is religion for the executioner. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
45:Christianity is the only true and perfect religion. ~ Benjamin Rush
46:Christianity ruined emperors, but saved peoples. ~ Alfred de Musset
47:Christianity, to be effective in Japan, must change. ~ Shusaku Endo
48:too many church rules got in the way of Christianity. ~ Helen Bryan
49:Christianity is the highest perfection of humanity. ~ Samuel Johnson
50:If you want to kill Christianity you must abolish Sunday. ~ Voltaire
51:The original language of Christianity is translation. ~ Lamin Sanneh
52:There is something very unhealthy about Christianity. ~ Adolf Hitler
53:Christianity is not about morality. It's about reality. ~ Henry Cloud
54:Christianity is not a religion, it is a relationship. ~ Robert Thieme
55:Christianity is the enemy of liberty and civilization. ~ August Bebel
56:Christianity is the metaphysics of the hangman. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
57:The heart of Christianity is a myth which is also a fact. ~ C S Lewis
58:A sophiological Christianity focuses on the path. ~ Cynthia Bourgeault
59:Christianity is art and not money. Money is its curse. ~ William Blake
60:Hatred of Judaism is at bottom hatred of Christianity. ~ Sigmund Freud
61:Humility is first, second and third in Christianity. ~ Saint Augustine
62:Liquor and Christianity, the European narcotics. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
63:The idea of Christ is much older than Christianity. ~ George Santayana
64:Voltaire abolished Christianity by believing in God. ~ Lytton Strachey
65:Christianity is completed Judaism or it is nothing. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
66:Christianity is not a creed for good men, but for men. ~ G K Chesterton
67:The glory of Christianity is to conquer by forgiveness. ~ William Blake
68:The Great Commission is the Great Adventure of Christianity. ~ Ron Luce
69:The two great European narcotics, alcohol and Christianity. ~ Anonymous
70:Union and Communion: this is the essence of Christianity. ~ Heidi Baker
71:Christianity has always embraced both reason and faith. ~ Dinesh D Souza
72:I'm all for Christianity, but insolence must be put down. ~ J P Donleavy
73:Is your Christianity ancient history--or current events? ~ Sam Shoemaker
74:National Socialism and Christianity are irreconcilable. ~ Martin Bormann
75:Refinement is the delicate aroma of Christianity. ~ Charlotte Mary Yonge
76:Catholicism is the most philosophical branch of Christianity. ~ Tim Crane
77:Millennials aren't looking for a hipper Christianity. ~ Rachel Held Evans
78:Only Christianity dares to make God's love unconditional. ~ Philip Yancey
79:THE COMPLACENCY of CHRISTIANS is the scandal of Christianity. ~ A W Tozer
80:The opposite of Christianity is not atheism, but idolatry. ~ Peter Kreeft
81:Christianity demands the crucifixion of the intellect. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
82:Christianity isn't the only group that has fundamentalists. ~ Tony Campolo
83:Christianity is part of the law of England. ~ John Scott 1st Earl of Eldon
84:Christianity and Buddhism are a lot alike, especially Buddhism. ~ C S Lewis
85:Christianity is an entirely new way of being human. ~ Saint Maximus the Confessor
86:Christianity is not just for the strong; it's for everyone. ~ Timothy Keller
87:If Christianity was morality, Socrates would be the Saviour. ~ William Blake
88:I was raised Jewish. I didn't know anything about Christianity. ~ Josh Young
89:Peanut butter is the greatest invention since Christianity. ~ Diana Vreeland
90:We shall not rest until we have rooted out Christianity . ~ Heinrich Himmler
91:Christianity is greatest when it is hated by the world. ~ Ignatius of Antioch
92:Christianity is the key that fits the lock of the universe. ~ Nancy R Pearcey
93:I am a believer in the fundamental doctrines of Christianity. ~ Joseph Lister
94:I never gave up Christianity until I was forty years of age. ~ Charles Darwin
95:The only thing Christianity can not moderately important. ~ C S Lewis
96:Two great European narcotics, alcohol and Christianity. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
97:Christianity, alcohol the two great means of corruption. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
98:Christianity is much more about living and doing than thinking. ~ Richard Rohr
99:Christianity not only saves you from sin, but from cynicism. ~ E Stanley Jones
100:For Christianity begins not with a big do, but with a big done. ~ Watchman Nee
101:It is no fault of Christianity that a hypocrite falls into sin. ~ Saint Jerome
102:To destroy Christianity, we must first destroy the British Empire. ~ Karl Marx
103:When I got older, I chose to look at Christianity as another myth. ~ Tori Amos
104:Christianity, boring? So is television...if we don't plug in. ~ Reinhard Bonnke
105:Similarly, the presence of God is the central fact of Christianity. ~ A W Tozer
106:Socialism, like Christianity destroyed itself to gain power ~ Alexander Berkman
107:There is no biblical Christianity without the cross at its center. ~ John Stott
108:There is no way you can harmonize neo-Darwinism and Christianity. ~ Lee Strobel
109:Fundamentalism is to Christianity what paint-by-numbers is to art. ~ Brian Zahnd
110:I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming feature. ~ Thomas Jefferson
111:In Christianity, nobody wins until everybody crosses the line. ~ Christine Caine
112:The truly simple way of presenting Christianity is to do it. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
113:What brought me to Christianity is Incarnation, not Ressurection. ~ Paul Virilio
114:Wherever you encounter truth, look upon it as Christianity. ~ Desiderius Erasmus
115:But Jesus and Christianity have a tenuous relationship at best. ~ David Javerbaum
116:But the real story of Christianity is a lot less streamlined. ~ Rachel Held Evans
117:Christianity is a faith in which God sent his Son to die for you. ~ John Ashcroft
118:Christianity is warfare, and Christians are spiritualsoldiers. ~ Robert Southwell
119:Christianity might be a good thing if anyone ever tried it. ~ George Bernard Shaw
120:Cuz all they have is bigotry and they're calling it Christianity. ~ Thom Hartmann
121:No nations are more warlike than those which profess Christianity. ~ Pierre Bayle
122:Authentic Christianity is a roller-coaster ride, not a merry-go-round. ~ Mark Hart
123:Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law. ~ Thomas Jefferson
124:Christianity was simple: fight your desires in order to please God. ~ Francis Chan
125:Self-denial is the shining sore on the leprous body of Christianity. ~ Oscar Wilde
126:The Templars lost their Christianity when they discovered banking, ~ Oliver Bowden
127:The wedding of Christianity or Judaism with nationalism is lethal. ~ Arthur Miller
128:values of Christianity—sacrifice, redemption, forgiveness—because ~ Paul Kalanithi
129:Without the cross we have a meaningless and powerless Christianity. ~ Michael Catt
130:Christianity has done a great deal for love by making a sin of it. ~ Anatole France
131:Christianity is an adventure of the spirit or it is not Christianity. ~ Alan Hirsch
132:Good-nature is one of the richest fruits of true Christianity. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
133:The Christian idea of 'putting on Christ' is the whole of Christianity. ~ C S Lewis
134:The greatest enemy to the movement of Jesus Christ is Christianity. ~ Erwin McManus
135:There is nothing in Islam that is more violent than Christianity. ~ Karen Armstrong
136:Too often we argue about Christianity instead of marveling at Jesus. ~ John Ortberg
137:Christianity and Buddhism are very much alike, especially Buddhism. ~ G K Chesterton
138:If ISIS represents Islam, then the KKK represents Christianity ~ Kareem Abdul Jabbar
139:Organized Christianity that fails to make a disturbance is dead. ~ G Campbell Morgan
140:The only thing wrong with Christianity is the lack of suffering. ~ Winston Churchill
141:Christianity has made martyrdom sublime, and sorrow triumphant. ~ Edwin Hubbel Chapin
142:Christianity isn't true because it works; it works because it's true. ~ Lynn Anderson
143:Christianity taught men that love is worth more than intelligence. ~ Jacques Maritain
144:Fundamentalism is to Christianity what paint-by-numbers is to art. With ~ Brian Zahnd
145:I love Christianity, Islam and many other faiths - through Hinduism. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
146:The essential point of view of Christianity is sin. ~ Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
147:We're rediscovering Christianity as an Eastern religion, as a way of life. ~ Rob Bell
148:We would be much worse without Christianity; but we wouldn't know it. ~ Joseph Sobran
149:All the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects. ~ Aldous Huxley
150:A naturalistic Christianity leaves out all that is specifically Christian. ~ C S Lewis
151:Christianity is a fine religion and I wish more Christians practiced it. ~ John Scalzi
152:Christianity is the very root and foundation of Western civilization. ~ Dinesh D Souza
153:Christianity is word-centered because God rules through his gospel word. ~ Tim Chester
154:If you take away the cross as an atoning act, you take away Christianity. ~ R C Sproul
155:The idea of heaven is Christianity's way of creating a hell on earth. ~ Marilyn Manson
156:Be living witnesses of the greatness and beauty of Christianity. ~ Gianna Beretta Molla
157:Christianity has not message for those who do not realize they are sinners. ~ C S Lewis
158:The rapid spread of Christianity is forcing an official rethink on religion ~ Anonymous
159:[The United States is] founded on the principles of Christianity ~ Franklin D Roosevelt
160:Democracy, as has been said of Christianity, has never really been tried. ~ Stuart Chase
161:I do not believe profanity has anything to do with Christianity, thank you. ~ Dee Snider
162:In order to see Christianity, one must forget all the Christians. ~ Henri Frederic Amiel
163:Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll is easy. True christianity…that's rebellion. ~ Alice Cooper
164:[167] Submission and use of reason; that is what makes true Christianity. ~ Blaise Pascal
165:Christianity is radically different from every other religion in the world. ~ David Platt
166:Christianity is the complete negation of common sense and sound reason. ~ Mikhail Bakunin
167:No one can say Christianity has failed. It has never been tried. ~ Adam Clayton Powell Jr
168:Nothing is more depressing and more illogical than aggressive Christianity. ~ Gerald Vann
169:Christianity is never as weak as it appears, nor as strong as it appears. ~ Philip Jenkins
170:[Christianity is] the most ... perverted system that ever shone on man. ~ Thomas Jefferson
171:Surely the principles of Christianity lead to action as well as meditation. ~ William Pitt
172:Christianity [is] a rebellion against natural law, a protest against nature. ~ Adolf Hitler
173:Christianity is the root of all democracy, the highest fact in the rights of men. ~ Novalis
174:Christianity remains to this day the greatest misfortune of humanity. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
175:Christianity teaches that the human race is depraved, fallen, and sinful. ~ D James Kennedy
176:Socialism appeals to me. It's like imposed Christianity. You've got to share. ~ Lewis Black
177:The only thing Christianity ever contributed to Satanism was the name ~ Anton Szandor LaVey
178:This is the crux of Christianity: to remember and give thanks, 'eucharisteo'. ~ Ann Voskamp
179:Without Christianity we might, of course, merely sink into an apathetic decline ~ T S Eliot
180:Women are a new race, recreated since the world received Christianity. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
181:Christianity gutted of Christ is devoid of both its beauty and its power. ~ Paul David Tripp
182:Christianity is not a mere religion but an experimentally testable science. ~ Frank J Tipler
183:I can't believe in Christianity, but I think Jesus was a wonderful teacher. ~ Billy Connolly
184:I have always considered Christianity as the strong ground of republicanism. ~ Benjamin Rush
185:II. Medieval Christianity, from Gregory I to the Reformation. A.D. 590–1517. ~ Philip Schaff
186:Regarding Christianity: Ten thousand difficulties do not make one doubt. ~ John Henry Newman
187:But Paul is saying that in Christianity, the verdict leads to performance. ~ Timothy J Keller
188:One cannot refute Christianity; one cannot refute a disease of the eye. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
189:One is not converted to christianity; one must be morbid enough for it. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
190:The virtue of Paganism was strength: the virtue of Christianity is obedience. ~ Augustus Hare
191:Christianity in my youth wasn’t just the right choice; it was the only choice. ~ Scott Douglas
192:Christianity is not a religion, it’s a relationship with God through Christ. ~ Jerry B Jenkins
193:Christianity without discipleship is always Christianity without Christ. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer
194:I am no friend of present-day Christianity, though its Founder was sublime. ~ Vincent Van Gogh
195:If Christianity had asserted itself in Germany, six million Jews would have lived. ~ Malcolm X
196:If Christianity needed an Anti-Christ, they needed look no farther than Paul. ~ Jeremy Bentham
197:Christianity has made more lunatics than it ever provided asylums for. ~ Robert Green Ingersoll
198:Christianity is not just about what we believe; it’s also about how we behave. ~ John R W Stott
199:Christianity is not primarily about lifestyle change; it is about knowing God. ~ Michael Reeves
200:Prayer is the hard-work business of Christianity, and it nets amazing results. ~ David Jeremiah
201:What many people today assume Christianity to be is basically Plutarch plus Jesus. ~ N T Wright
202:When you enter the voting booth, don't leave your Christianity in the parking lot. ~ R C Sproul
203:Bad theology begets ugly Christianity. Good theology begets beautiful Christianity. ~ Tony Jones
204:Christendom has done away with Christianity without being quite aware of it. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
205:Christianity has always seemed to fight a losing battle against race. ~ Charles Hamilton Houston
206:Christianity is the greatest civilizing, moulding, uplifting power on this globe. ~ Mark Hopkins
207:Christmas shows us that Christianity is not good advice. It is good news. THE ~ Timothy J Keller
208:Every exceptional bias against Christianity I find to be evidence for its validity. ~ Criss Jami
209:Every other religion is a salvation by self, Christianity is a salvation by Christ. ~ Max Lucado
210:Hopefully, I'll be remembered as the person who brought an end to Christianity. ~ Marilyn Manson
211:If you're not a thorn in somebody's side, you aren't doing Christianity right. ~ Mother Angelica
212:It is not Christianity, but priestcraft that has subjected woman as we find her. ~ Lucretia Mott
213:Only Judaism and Christianity are religions of public record, eyewitnessed facts. ~ Peter Kreeft
214:People who have failed at Christianity aren't likely to make great Buddhists. ~ Robertson Davies
215:The primary declaration of Christianity is not "This do!" but "This happened! ~ Evelyn Underhill
216:The real truth, I thought, in terms of what faith is and what Christianity is. ~ Martin Scorsese
217:The underground appeared in this novel as the failure and reversal of Christianity. ~ Ren Girard
218:Christianity commands us to pass by injuries; policy, to let them pass by us. ~ Benjamin Franklin
219:Christianity is an extreme call to a radical life following a revolutionary leader. ~ Steve Saint
220:Christianity is not a consumer good. You should turn to it only if it is true. ~ Timothy J Keller
221:Christianity is not something you do, so much as something that is done to you. ~ Ian Morgan Cron
222:Mindless Christianity is no Christianity at all. You can't love what you don't know. ~ R C Sproul
223:Now, if it were the case that Christianity were true, would you want to know it? ~ Nabeel Qureshi
224:Oliver was beginning to think too many church rules got in the way of Christianity. ~ Helen Bryan
225:There is no doctrine of Christianity but what has been anticipated by the Vedas. ~ Horace Greeley
226:American Christianity is based more on a godless culture than it is the word of God. ~ Paul Washer
227:Christianity does not set faith against thinking. It sets faith against assuming. ~ Timothy Keller
228:Christianity is so much more than getting your doctrine right, but it is not less. ~ Kevin DeYoung
229:If Christianity is really true it will be offending and correcting you somewhere. ~ Timothy Keller
230:I think they do more damage to Christianity than the most committed atheist. ~ John F MacArthur Jr
231:Regarding Christianity: Ten thousand difficulties do not make one doubt. ~ Saint John Henry Newman
232:Seek each day to do or say something to further Christianity among the heathen. ~ Jonathan Goforth
233:Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America... ~ Rosie O Donnell
234:ironically the term tolerance is used to justify intolerance toward Christianity. ~ Nancy R Pearcey
235:It is our taste that decides against Christianity now, no longer our reasons. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
236:It was through the Hindu religion that I learnt to respect Christianity and Islam. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
237:Jesus was a lover of life, a very affirmative person, but Christianity is life-negative. ~ Rajneesh
238:We do not have time to waste our lives coasting out casual, comfortable Christianity. ~ David Platt
239:Christianity is not a religion; it is the announcement of the end of religion. ~ Robert Farrar Capon
240:In the process of replacing the old religions, Christianity became a religion. ~ Alexander Schmemann
241:Religion is man's attempt to reach God and Christianity is God's attempt to reach man. ~ Greg Laurie
242:Spreading Christianity abroad is sometimes an excuse for not having it at home. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
243:The fable of a god or gods visiting the earth did not originate with Christianity. ~ Richard Carlile
244:Those who say Islam is a warlike religion must ask if Christianity has been as well. ~ Wendell Berry
245:We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. ~ Ann Coulter
246:With the rise of Christianity, faith replaced thought as the bringer of immortality. ~ Hannah Arendt
247:Christianity contains within itself a germ hostile to the Church (Dietrich Bonhoeffer) ~ Eric Metaxas
248:Christianity is neither a system of ideas nor of morality but a way, a way of life. ~ Kevin Vanhoozer
249:I know nothing about Christianity, nothing about football, and I'm not a Republican. ~ Sandra Bullock
250:The more I see of Italy and her treasures, the more I see paganism in Christianity. ~ Henrietta Szold
251:We're going to protect Christianity. We don't have to be politically correct about it. ~ Donald Trump
252:Authentic Christianity is a supernatural walk with a living, dynamic, communicating God. ~ Bill Hybels
253:Cargo cults fascinate me partly because Christianity itself is in many ways a cargo cult. ~ Nick Laird
254:Christianity does not begin with our pursuit of Christ, but with Christ’s pursuit of us. ~ David Platt
255:Christianity is an idea, and as such is indestructible and immortal, like every idea. ~ Heinrich Heine
256:Everything about Christianity is contained in the pathetic image of 'the flock. ~ Christopher Hitchens
257:Justification by faith alone, is the hinge upon which the whole of Christianity turns ~ Charles Simeon
258:o be entirely honest, I know of nothing quite so boring as Christianity without Christ. ~ W Ian Thomas
259:Research for this book has made me aware of aspects of Christianity I find disturbing. ~ Elaine Pagels
260:A nation's religion is its life, and as such white Christianity is a miserable failure. ~ W E B Du Bois
261:Christianity can be condensed into four words: Admit, Submit, Commit and Transmit. ~ Samuel Wilberforce
262:Christianity is haunted by the theory of a God with a craving for bloody sacrifices. ~ John B S Haldane
263:If anything is to be done, one must try to introduce Christianity into Christendom. ~ S ren Kierkegaard
264:If Christianity is only one more bit of good advice, then Christianity is of no importance. ~ C S Lewis
265:Isn't that the story for many of us in America? Christianity is our default setting. ~ Jefferson Bethke
266:No Christian can be a pessimist, for Christianity is a system of radical optimism. ~ William Ralph Inge
267:Of all religions, Christianity is without a doubt the one that should inspire tolerance most ~ Voltaire
268:The philosophy of the discoveries, the emigration, and the colonisation was Christianity. ~ Hugh Thomas
269:A Christian might be tired of the Christianity, but certainly he is scared of the Islam. ~ M F Moonzajer
270:And my Christianity, first and foremost, governed the way that I tried to deal with people. ~ Mike Pence
271:Besides, Christianity is not a doctrine to be taught, but rather a life to be lived. ~ S ren Kierkegaard
272:Christianity is simply the ideal form of manhood represented to us by Jesus Christ. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
273:Christianity promises to make men free; it never promises to make them independent. ~ William Ralph Inge
274:Christianity spreads through the joy of disciples who know that they are loved and saved. ~ Pope Francis
275:I learned more about Christianity from my mother than from all the theologians in England. ~ John Wesley
276:the essence of Christianity is not about religion at all, but about the person of Christ. ~ Eric Metaxas
277:The longer I live, the more convinced I am that Christianity is one long shout of joy! ~ Geoffrey Fisher
278:We live in a culture that is paradoxically both jaded by and ignorant about Christianity. ~ Holly Ordway
279:We're (millennials) looking for a truer Christianity, a more authentic Christianity. ~ Rachel Held Evans
280:Christianity is not about behavior modification. It is about inward heart transformation. ~ Joseph Prince
281:Christianity is not a spectator sport. It's something in which we become totally involved. ~ Billy Graham
282:FREUDIANISM interprets man in terms of sex; Christianity interprets sex in terms of man. ~ Fulton J Sheen
283:Not the way to God but the way of God to humanity: that is the sum of Christianity. ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer
284:Christianity has nothing to offer a happy man living in a natural, intelligible universe. ~ George H Smith
285:if Christianity is true, then the end of our exploring will be joy and goodness and life. ~ G K Chesterton
286:If you’re too chicken to repent, then please don’t ever say Christianity is for weak people. ~ Bill Hybels
287:In discussing Barbarism and Christianity I have actually been discussing the Fall of Rome. ~ Edward Gibbon
288:The sacrifice that Christianity asks of us is not ultimately a sacrifice of the intellect. ~ Marcus J Borg
289:According to the legends, Christianity first arrived in Ireland on a spring night in AD 433. ~ Neil Hegarty
290:Art cannot be used to show the validity of Christianity; it should rather be the reverse. ~ Hans Rookmaaker
291:...centre of the centre, the real heart of Christianity as it has been until now. ~ David Friedrich Strauss
292:Christianity in China from 150 years prior to the time of its inscription, circa 780. ~ Sinclair B Ferguson
293:If a man is going to write on chemistry, he learns chemistry. The same is true of Christianity. ~ C S Lewis
294:Love is the most attractive quality in the world. And it lies at the heart of Christianity. ~ Michael Green
295:That is one of the reasons I believe Christianity. It is a religion you could not have guessed. ~ C S Lewis
296:The resurrection makes Christianity the most irritating religion on the face of the earth. ~ Timothy Keller
297:What is happening within Christianity is that it doesn't know it needs to promote itself. ~ Stephen Baldwin
298:Christianity even when watered down is hot enough to boil all modern society to rags. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
299:Christianity is not "Jesus is our example." Christianity is "Jesus is our substitute." ~ Tullian Tchividjian
300:Christianity is perfectly easy or perfectly impossible. It depends on who’s running the ship. ~ John Crowder
301:He who affirms that Christianity makes men miserable, is himself an utter stranger to it. ~ Charles Spurgeon
302:I consider a decent respect for Christianity among the best recommendations for public service. ~ John Adams
303:I don't perceive an anti-religious agenda, especially with regard to Christians and Christianity. ~ Bill Nye
304:If Mere Christianity helps make Christianity comprehensible, Orthodoxy makes it weird again. ~ Leah Libresco
305:It is an alarming experience to be, in your person, representing Christianity to the natives. ~ Isak Dinesen
306:The way that I see Christianity is that its role is to enhance the life of every person. ~ John Shelby Spong
307:What a solace Christianity must be to one who has an undoubted conviction of its truth! ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
308:At the centre of Christianity is community; we are gathered by the Lord around the altar. ~ Timothy Radcliffe
309:Christianity is a very historical religion - it makes specific claims that are open to testing. ~ Lee Strobel
310:Christianity is not a purely intellectual, internal faith. It can only be lived in community. ~ Philip Yancey
311:Now Christianity sounded good at first to the naive convert. Love, peace and charity - ~ William S Burroughs
312:The First Amendment was written by the Founders to protect the free exercise of Christianity. ~ Bryan Fischer
313:There have been two great narcotics in European civilisation: Christianity and alcohol. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
314:You know, the one with all the well meaning rules that don't work out in real life, uh, Christianity. ~ Homer
315:But as St. Francis did not love humanity but men, so he did not love Christianity but Christ. ~ G K Chesterton
316:Christianity has done more to elevate the status of women than any other movement in history. ~ Stasi Eldredge
317:Christianity without discipleship is always Christianity without Christ. DIETRICH BONHOEFFER ~ John Ortberg Jr
318:Giving every man a vote has no more made men wise and free than Christianity has made them good. ~ H L Mencken
319:Has the pope questioned the Christianity of the Castro brothers, of any other private citizen? ~ Rush Limbaugh
320:I consider Western Christianity in its practical working a negation of Christ's Christianity. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
321:If Christianity was something we were making up, of course we could make it easier. But it is not. ~ C S Lewis
322:I have a great mind to believe in Christianity for the mere pleasure of fancying I may be damned. ~ Lord Byron
323:In Science we have been reading only the notes to a poem; in Christianity we find the poem itself. ~ C S Lewis
324:The idea of waste only comes into our Christianity when we underestimate the worth of our Lord. ~ Watchman Nee
325:The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. ~ G K Chesterton
326:We wish to fill our culture once more with the spirit of Christianity - but not only in theory. ~ Adolf Hitler
327:A Christianity that is walled off from the culture around it is a Christianity that dies. The ~ Russell D Moore
328:evangelical Christianity needs to recover the form and beauty that are intrinsic to Christianity. ~ Brian Zahnd
329:I like to read about different religions - Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism. ~ Wesley Snipes
330:The conversion of a savage to Christianity is the conversion of Christianity to savagery. ~ George Bernard Shaw
331:Today we are engaged in a final, all-out battle between communistic atheism and Christianity. ~ Joseph McCarthy
332:Christianity and Western civilization-what countless crimes have been committed in thy name! ~ Ngugi wa Thiong o
333:Christianity is a superhuman paradox whereby two opposite passions may blaze beside each other. ~ G K Chesterton
334:Christianity is supposed to be all about love but it’s utterly useless when you’re in love. ~ Jane Gardam
335:[Christianity] neither enjoins the nastiness of the Cynic, nor the insensibility of the Stoic. ~ George Berkeley
336:Do you know what Christianity is? We believe your religion [Judaism], but you [Jews] have to obey. ~ Ann Coulter
337:In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
338:It is an invention of the devil, an infernal falsity for the destruction of all Christianity. ~ Michael Servetus
339:Only Christianity dares to make God’s love unconditional (What’s So Amazing About Grace, 45). ~ Warren W Wiersbe
340:The essential fact of Christianity is that God thought all men worth the sacrifice of his son. ~ William Barclay
341:Why does so much Christianity smack of power and aggression when Jesus was humble and subversive? ~ Jen Hatmaker
342:Because this is the world that science built, with the henchmen of capitalism and Christianity. ~ Terence McKenna
343:blunt conclusion was that “Christianity has an image problem” among American youth.48 Similarly, ~ Robert P Jones
344:Catholic, I discovered, meant a type of Christianity for humans who like gold leaf, Latin, and guilt. ~ Matt Haig
345:Catholicism, I discovered, was a type of Christianity for humans who like gold leaf, Latin and guilt. ~ Matt Haig
346:Chase God's heart today. Christianity has got to be more than a label, a lingo, and a lifestyle. ~ Lysa TerKeurst
347:Christianity stretches back through the ages, but in essence it exists only at one time: right now. ~ Yann Martel
348:Christianity supplies a Hell for the people who disagree with you and a Heaven for your friends. ~ Elbert Hubbard
349:Christianity will doubtless still survive in the earth ten centuries hence- stuffed and in a museum. ~ Mark Twain
350:If you want a religion to make you feel really comfortable, I certainly don't recommend Christianity. ~ C S Lewis
351:In religion, you obey because God is useful. In Christianity, you obey because God is beautiful. ~ Timothy Keller
352:Their opposition to Christianity is not intellectual. They simply do not want Christ to reign over them! ~ Carman
353:The sincere Christian knows that what died in Auschwitz was not the Jewish people but Christianity. ~ Elie Wiesel
354:The Son of God became a man to enable men to become sons of God." ~ Mere Christianity, By C. S. Lewis ~ C S Lewis
355:The spiritualization of sensuality is called love: it is a great triumph over Christianity. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
356:We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first, rock 'n' roll or Christianity. ~ John Lennon
357:If you take the 'love your enemy' out of Christianity, you've 'unChristianed' the Christian faith. ~ Miroslav Volf
358:PART OF THE GENIUS of genuine Christianity is that each generation has to think it through afresh. ~ Scot McKnight
359:Spirituality is what is left when authentic Christianity is evacuated from the public square. ~ R Albert Mohler Jr
360:the Romans first neutralized Greek philosophy, then turned Christianity into a prop for their empire. ~ Ian Morris
361:This was the bonus to liberal Christianity: I could use my reason and believe at the same time. ~ Nadia Bolz Weber
362:To me [Christianity] was all nonsense based on that profane compilation of fables called the Bible. ~ Bill Haywood
363:We must view humility as one of the most essential things that characterizes true Christianity. ~ Jonathan Edwards
364:Christianity is not about moving away from vice to virtue. It's moving away from virtue to Christ. ~ Rod Rosenbladt
365:Christianity is the only religion in the world where a man's God comes and lives inside of Him! ~ Leonard Ravenhill
366:Every spiritual tradition has this idea of death and resurrection. It's not unique to Christianity. ~ Deepak Chopra
367:For even those who have renounced Christianity and attack it still follow the Christian ideal. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
368:HE who affirms that Christianity makes men miserable, is himself an utter stranger to it. ~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
369:I believe in Christianity, Judaism and Islamism, but I stay away from churches, synagogues and mosques. ~ Ted Lange
370:Jesus was a real revolutionary and that Christianity had unfortunately given the guy a bad name. ~ Nadia Bolz Weber
371:Judaism is not complete without Christianity and without Judaism, Christianity would not exist. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
372:Men have not got tired of Christianity; they have never found enough Christianity to get tired of. ~ G K Chesterton
373:The peculiar doctrine of Christianity is that of a universal sacrifice and perpetual propitiation. ~ Samuel Johnson
374:The practical effect of Christianity is happiness, therefore let it be spread abroad everywhere! ~ Charles Spurgeon
375:We can’t understand Christian history without Asia—or, indeed, Asian history without Christianity. ~ Philip Jenkins
376:We live in a culture where the truth claims of Christianity are not only rejected, they are ridiculed. ~ R C Sproul
377:Catholic doctrine and discipline may be walls; but they are the walls of a playground. Christianity ~ G K Chesterton
378:Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried. ~ D Martyn Lloyd Jones
379:Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
380:Men had been living a proud life, having felt no need for the spirit-until Christianity invented it. ~ Yukio Mishima
381:My concern is that somebody would make a decision against Christianity because of Mr. Trump's behavior. ~ Max Lucado
382:Riches naturally beget pride, love of the world, and every temper that is destructive of Christianity. ~ John Wesley
383:The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
384:The next challenge for Christianity is to remind Europeans that we are called to seek the truth. ~ Timothy Radcliffe
385:The trouble with Communism is the Communists, just as the trouble with Christianity is the Christians. ~ H L Mencken
386:Christianity is the most ridiculous, the most absurd and bloody religion that has ever infected the world. ~ Voltaire
387:Christianity teaches us to love our neighbor as ourself; modern society acknowledges no neighbor. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
388:It seems true that the growth of science and secularism made organized Christianity feel under threat. ~ Mary Douglas
389:the American church is a difficult place to fit in if you want to live out New Testament Christianity. ~ Francis Chan
390:There are those who hate Christianity and call their hatred an all-embracing love for all religions. ~ G K Chesterton
391:The sanctification of political power by Christianity is blasphemy; it is the negation of Christianity. ~ Leo Tolstoy
392:Until then he had believed they justified colonialism: Christianity, civilization, and commerce. ~ Mario Vargas Llosa
393:A single friar who goes counter to all Christianity for a thousand years must be wrong. ~ Charles V Holy Roman Emperor
394:Chesterton said once that there is only one unanswerable argument against Christianity: Christians. And ~ Peter Kreeft
395:Christianity is strange: it requires human beings to recognize that they are vile and even abominable. ~ Blaise Pascal
396:Instead of making Christianity a vehicle of truth, you make truth only a horse for Christianity. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
397:Religion says, 'I obey; therefore I am accepted.' Christianity says, 'I'm accepted, therefore I obey. ~ Timothy Keller
398:Christianity gave Eros poison to drink; he did not die of it, certainly, but degenerated to Vice. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
399:Christianity may be OK between consenting adults in private but should not be taught to young children. ~ Francis Crick
400:One cannot worship the false god of nationalism and the God of Christianity at the same time. . ~ Martin Luther King Jr
401:There is much, of course, in the exclusive claims of Christianity which make it hostile to other faiths. ~ Annie Besant
402:You told me that Christianity is the religion of peace."
"Ah, no. It is the faith for forgiveness. ~ Neal Stephenson
403:A kind, courteous Christian is the most powerful argument that can be produced in favor of Christianity. ~ Ellen G White
404:All distinctions between the many different kinds of love are essentially abolished by Christianity. ~ S ren Kierkegaard
405:Christianity is most admirably adapted to the training of slaves, to the perpetuation of a slave society. ~ Emma Goldman
406:Christianity is not a life system that operates on the basis of speculative reason or pragmatic expediency. ~ R C Sproul
407:Compassion is the key in Islam and Buddhism and Judaism and Christianity. They are profoundly similar. ~ Karen Armstrong
408:Love is the hardest lesson in Christianity; but, for that reason, it should be most our care to learn it. ~ William Penn
409:Of all the duties enjoined by Christianity none is more essential and yet more neglected than prayer. ~ Francois Fenelon
410:Perhaps, after all, it is Christianity that is sane and all its critics that are mad—in various ways. I ~ G K Chesterton
411:The power of Christianity lies in its revelation in act, of that which Plato divined in theory. ~ Alfred North Whitehead
412:where would Christianity be today if Jesus had been given ten to twenty with time off for good behavior ~ William Gaddis
413:At this time of year it's easy to forget the true meaning of Christianity - the lies, the corruption, the abuse. ~ Banksy
414:One of the great wonders of Christianity is that you were born into your times, to set your times aright. ~ John Eldredge
415:That old queer Nietzsche had it right: Christianity was, at the end of the day, a feminine religion. ~ Michel Houellebecq
416:The time has come for a new kind of conversation, a new kind of Christianity, a new kind of revolution. ~ Shane Claiborne
417:Christianity does not start with an invitation we offer to Jesus, but with an invitation Jesus offers to us. ~ David Platt
418:Christianity gave eroticism its savor of sin and legend when it endowed the human female with a soul. ~ Simone de Beauvoir
419:I do regard Islam to be a religion of peace in the same sense as Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism are. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
420:If your Christianity depends upon a pastor's preaching, then you're a long way from being where you should be. ~ A W Tozer
421:The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity ~ John Adams
422:Christianity in India is inextricably mixed up for the last hundred and fifty years with the British rule. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
423:Christianity is about learning to love like Jesus loved and Jesus loved the poor and Jesus loved the broken. ~ Rich Mullins
424:Christianity's goal is not escape from this world. It loves this world and seeks to change it for the better. ~ Marcus Borg
425:If following Jesus Christ doesn't cost you anything, it's because you've bought into 'American Christianity.' ~ Paul Washer
426:If the Christian faith gets too identified with a party, it reduces Christianity to a political position ~ Timothy J Keller
427:There are those who hate Christianity and call their hatred an all-embracing love for all religions. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
428:Christianity is not about learning how to live within the lines; Christianity is about the joy of coloring. ~ Mike Yaconelli
429:Existentialism is possible only in a world where God is dead or a luxury, and where Christianity is dead. ~ Gabriel Vahanian
430:III. Modern Christianity, from the Reformation of the sixteenth century to the present time. A.D. 1517–1880. ~ Philip Schaff
431:I left Christianity because I wanted to be a moral person. That is why I left. I no longer believed in its lies. ~ Anne Rice
432:I see no contradiction between Buddhism and Christianity ... I intend to become as good a Buddhist as I can. ~ Thomas Merton
433:Socialism isn't a dirty word; it just means sharing. Really, it's just the bureaucratic arm of Christianity. ~ Russell Brand
434:To the corruptions of Christianity I am indeed opposed; but not to the genuine precepts of Jesus himself. ~ Thomas Jefferson
435:Well, I am a Christian who believes that there are certainly many more paths to God other than Christianity. ~ Oprah Winfrey
436:With Christianity, freedom and equality became the two basic concepts of Europe; they are themselves Europe. ~ Peter Drucker
437:A crossless Christianity isn’t just a deficient Christianity; it’s the same old satanism of human striving. ~ Russell D Moore
438:Christianity's goal is not escape from this world. It loves this world and seeks to change it for the better. ~ Marcus J Borg
439:For Christianity does not mean what you think or what I think concerning Christ, but what IS OF Christ. My ~ George MacDonald
440:I think this lack of a center has something to do with the loss of certainties that Christianity had to offer ~ Bridget Riley
441:Christianity is not consistency to conscience or to convictions; Christianity is being true to Jesus Christ. ~ Oswald Chambers
442:G. K. Chesterton famously quipped, “There is only one unanswerable argument against Christianity: Christians. ~ Dallas Willard
443:If a man cannot serve two masters, neither can Christianity, or several thousand of them as the case may be. ~ E A Bucchianeri
444:Jews show so near an affinity to you... Where is your Christianity if you do not believe in their Judaism? ~ Benjamin Disraeli
445:That Christianity should never have been a religion. What it should be is an ethic: a way of living right. ~ Kenneth C Johnson
446:The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity. ~ John Adams
447:The first nation to separate Christianity from government produced perhaps the most religious nation on earth. ~ Philip Yancey
448:The influence of the Jews had helped also to undermine heathenism and thus to prepare the ground for Christianity. ~ Anonymous
449:if Christianity is really true, then it involves the whole man, including his intellect and creativeness. ~ Francis A Schaeffer
450:In the Christianity of Christendom the Cross has become something like the child’s hobby-horse and trumpet. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
451:In the Christianity of Christendom the Cross has become something like the child’s hobby-horse and trumpet. ~ S ren Kierkegaard
452:I think we have to recover our spiritual nature. The way we have interpreted Christianity does not do that. ~ John Shelby Spong
453:I would not have you exchange the gold of individual Christianity for the base metal of Christian Socialism. ~ Charles Spurgeon
454:Look, don't judge Christianity by the imperfect examples that we have seen in history. Judge it by Jesus Christ. ~ Chuck Smith
455:One of the reasons why it needs no special education to be a Christian is that Christianity is an education itself. ~ C S Lewis
456:The version of Christianity that is dying today is rooted in the grossly misunderstood concept of atonement ~ John Shelby Spong
457:What right have such men to represent Christianity—as if it were an institution for getting up idiots genteelly? ~ George Eliot
458:Where Christianity disappears, greed, envy, and lust invent a thousand ideologies to justify themselves. ~ Nicol s G mez D vila
459:Christianity is in no way a stoic faith. It fundamentally rejects the "stiff upper lip" school of thought. ~ Tullian Tchividjian
460:Christianity is our foe. If animal rights is to succeed, we must destroy the Judeo-Christian religious tradition. ~ Peter Singer
461:Either communism must die or Christianity must die because it's actually a battle between Christ and Anti-Christ. ~ Billy Graham
462:Everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea, until they have something to forgive. —C. S. LEWIS, MERE CHRISTIANITY ~ Sheila Walsh
463:If you are looking for a religion centered around yourself, Ben, I must agree that Christianity is a poor choice. ~ Randy Alcorn
464:I know the greatness of Christianity; it is a past greatness.. I live in 1924, and the Christian venture is done. ~ D H Lawrence
465:M. How do you think Christianity started? Or anything else? With a little group of people who didn’t give up hope. ~ John Fowles
466:Properly understood, Christianity is by no means the opiate of the people. It’s more like the smelling salts. ~ Timothy J Keller
467:The cross of the Cruxifixion without the cross of the Resurrection is the symbol of a mutilated Christianity. ~ Frederick Franck
468:Autonomous Christianity never works, because our spiritual life was designed by God to be a community project. ~ Paul David Tripp
469:Christianity does not direct us to focus on finding the right person; it calls us to become the right person. Our ~ Gary L Thomas
470:Christianity is not a message which has to be believed, but an experience of faith that becomes a message. ~ Edward Schillebeeckx
471:Christianity is not engrossed by this transitory world, but measures all things by the thought of eternity. ~ John Gresham Machen
472:Christianity is preached by the ignorant and believed by the learned. And in this way is like no other thing. ~ Joseph de Maistre
473:Christianity stamped its character on jurisprudence; for empire has ever a connection with the priesthood. ~ Baron de Montesquieu
474:For Shakespeare, in the matter of religion, the choice lay between Christianity and nothing. He chose nothing. ~ George Santayana
475:If Christianity is going to mean anything at all for us now, then the humanity of God cannot be a half measure. ~ Christian Wiman
476:If Jesus had known that his image would end up on Justin Bieber's calf, he would've never started Christianity. ~ Natasha Leggero
477:I see with greater and greater clearness that consistent Christianity is the easiest Christianity to defend ~ John Gresham Machen
478:I think a lot of bands are influenced by religious symbolism and not even necessarily Christianity or Catholicism. ~ Chino Moreno
479:People are so inoculated in childhood with small doses of Christianity that they seldom catch the real thing. ~ Richard Wurmbrand
480:The teaching of the Buddha is called the Dhamma. He did not teach Buddhism, any more than Jesus taught Christianity. ~ Ayya Khema
481:Though the ancients were ignorant of the principles of Christianity there were in them the germs of its spirit. ~ Herman Melville
482:To the frivolous Christianity is certainly not glad tidings, for it wishes first of all to make them serious. ~ Soren Kierkegaard
483:When we Christians behave badly, or fail to behave well, we are making Christianity unbelievable to the outside world ~ C S Lewis
484:As with early Judaism and early Christianity, early Islam would be rooted in opposition to a corrupt status quo. ~ Lesley Hazleton
485:Bonhoeffer's emphasis on the deep this-worldliness of Christianity does not lead to de-escahtologizing the gospel. ~ G C Berkouwer
486:Christianity has enriched the erotic meal with the appetizer of curiosity and spoiled it with the dessert of remorse. ~ Karl Kraus
487:Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law. ~ Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper (10 February 1814)
488:I am told that only two groups carry very little negative baggage inside of Christianity: Franciscans and Quakers. ~ Mirabai Starr
489:It is fatally easy to think of Christianity as something to be discussed and not as something to be experienced. ~ William Barclay
490:It is important to show people ways that we can reclaim Christianity from some of the misunderstandings of our time. ~ Marcus Borg
491:Morality is: the mediocre are worth more than the exceptions ... I abhore Christianity with a deadly hatred. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
492:The deeper our insight into the methods of nature . . . the more incredible the popular Christianity seems to us. ~ John Burroughs
493:When we Christians behave badly, or fail to behave well, we are making Christianity unbelievable to the outside world. ~ C S Lewis
494:Christianity teaches salvation by grace through faith, every other religion teaches salvation through works and merit. ~ Max Lucado
495:Religion is spelled DO. Christianity is spelled DONE. One endlessly works to earn love. The other simply receives it! ~ Bill Hybels
496:Any person who only sticks with Christianity as long as things are going his or her way, is a stranger to the cross ~ Timothy Keller
497:As our culture has become increasingly hostile to Christianity, it has become correspondingly open to wickedness. ~ Rick Scarborough
498:Christianity is not the faith of the complacent, the comfortable or of the timid. It demands and creates heroic souls. ~ Mitt Romney
499:religion was a dead, man-made thing, and at the heart of Christianity was something else entirely—God himself, alive. ~ Eric Metaxas
500:The "Donation of Constantine" purported to date from Constantine’s alleged conversion to Christianity in A.D. 312. ~ Michael Baigent


   73 Integral Yoga
   41 Occultism
   34 Psychology
   28 Christianity
   27 Philosophy
   13 Science
   6 Poetry
   2 Yoga
   2 Mythology
   1 Integral Theory
   1 Fiction
   1 Alchemy

   37 Carl Jung
   31 The Mother
   26 Satprem
   21 Sri Aurobindo
   18 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   18 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   12 Friedrich Nietzsche
   12 Aldous Huxley
   11 Aleister Crowley
   10 A B Purani
   9 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   5 Jordan Peterson
   5 James George Frazer
   5 George Van Vrekhem
   4 Sri Ramakrishna
   2 Swami Vivekananda
   2 Robert Browning
   2 Joseph Campbell
   2 Franz Bardon

   17 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   12 The Perennial Philosophy
   10 Twilight of the Idols
   10 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   10 Aion
   9 City of God
   8 Agenda Vol 08
   7 Liber ABA
   7 Let Me Explain
   7 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 The Future of Man
   5 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   5 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   5 The Golden Bough
   5 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   5 Preparing for the Miraculous
   5 Maps of Meaning
   5 Magick Without Tears
   5 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   5 Agenda Vol 10
   4 The Red Book Liber Novus
   4 The Bible
   4 Hymn of the Universe
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   4 Agenda Vol 09
   3 The Human Cycle
   3 On Thoughts And Aphorisms
   3 Letters On Yoga II
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   3 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   2 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   2 The Hero with a Thousand Faces
   2 Talks
   2 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   2 Questions And Answers 1957-1958
   2 Isha Upanishad
   2 Initiation Into Hermetics
   2 Essays On The Gita
   2 Browning - Poems
   2 Bhakti-Yoga
   2 Agenda Vol 06

0.00 - Introduction, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  Some of the passages in the book force me today to emphasize that so far as the Qabalah is concerned, it could and should be employed without binding to it the partisan qualities of any one particular religious faith. This goes as much for Judaism as it does for Christianity. Neither has much intrinsic usefulness where this scientific scheme is concerned. If some students feel hurt by this statement, that cannot be helped. The day of most contemporary faiths is over; they have been more of a curse than a boon to mankind. Nothing that I say here, however, should reflect on the peoples concerned, those who accept these religions. They are merely unfortunate. The religion itself is worn out and indeed is dying.

01.05 - The Nietzschean Antichrist, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   This is the Nietzsche we all know. But there is another aspect of his which the world has yet been slow to recognise. For, at bottom, Nietzsche is not all storm and fury. If his Superman is a Destroying Angel, he is none the less an angel. If he is endowed with a supreme sense of strength and power, there is also secreted in the core of his heart a sense of the beautiful that illumines his somewhat sombre aspect. For although Nietzsche is by birth a Slavo-Teuton, by culture and education he is pre-eminently Hellenic. His earliest works are on the subject of Greek tragedy and form what he describes as an "Apollonian dream." And to this dream, to this Greek aesthetic sense more than to any thing else he sacrifices justice and pity and charity. To him the weak and the miserable, the sick and the maimed are a sort of blot, a kind of ulcer on the beautiful face of humanity. The herd that wallow in suffering and relish suffering disfigure the aspect of the world and should therefore be relentlessly mowed out of existence. By being pitiful to them we give our tacit assent to their persistence. And it is precisely because of this that Nietzsche has a horror of Christianity. For compassion gives indulgence to all the ugliness of the world and thus renders that ugliness a necessary and indispensable element of existence. To protect the weak, to sympathise with the lowly brings about more of weakness and more of lowliness. Nietzsche has an aristocratic taste par excellencewhat he aims at is health and vigour and beauty. But above all it is an aristocracy of the spirit, an aristocracy endowed with all the richness and beauty of the soul that Nietzsche wants to establish. The beggar of the street is the symbol of ugliness, of the poverty of the spirit. And the so-called aristocrat, die millionaire of today is as poor and ugly as any helpless leper. The soul of either of them is made of the same dirty, sickly stuff. The tattered rags, the crouching heart, the effeminate nerve, the unenlightened soul are the standing ugliness of the world and they have no place in the ideal, the perfect humanity. Humanity, according to Nietzsche, is made in order to be beautiful, to conceive the beautiful, to create the beautiful. Nietzsche's Superman has its perfect image in a Grecian statue of Zeus cut out in white marble-Olympian grandeur shedding in every lineament Apollonian beauty and Dionysian vigour.

01.08 - Walter Hilton: The Scale of Perfection, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Indeed, it would be interesting to compare and contrast the Eastern and Western approach to Divine Love, the Christian and the Vaishnava, for example. Indian spirituality, whatever its outer form or credal formulation, has always a background of utter unity. This unity, again, is threefold or triune and is expressed in those great Upanishadic phrases,mahvkyas,(1) the transcendental unity: the One alone exists, there is nothing else than theOneekamevdvityam; (2) the cosmic unity: all existence is one, whatever exists is that One, thereare no separate existences:sarvam khalvidam brahma neha nnsti kincaa; (3) That One is I, you too are that One:so' ham, tattvamasi; this may be called the individual unity. As I have said, all spiritual experiences in India, of whatever school or line, take for granted or are fundamentally based upon this sense of absolute unity or identity. Schools of dualism or pluralism, who do not apparently admit in their tenets this extreme monism, are still permeated in many ways with that sense and in some form or other take cognizance of the truth of it. The Christian doctrine too says indeed, 'I and my Father in Heaven are one', but this is not identity, but union; besides, the human soul is not admitted into this identity, nor the world soul. The world, we have seen, according to the Christian discipline has to be altoge ther abandoned, negatived, as we go inward and upward towards our spiritual status reflecting the divine image in the divine company. It is a complete rejection, a cutting off and casting away of world and life. One extreme Vedantic path seems to follow a similar line, but there it is not really rejection, but a resolution, not the rejection of what is totally foreign and extraneous, but a resolution of the external into its inner and inmost substance, of the effect into its original cause. Brahman is in the world, Brahman is the world: the world has unrolled itself out of the Brahmansi, pravttiit has to be rolled back into its, cause and substance if it is to regain its pure nature (that is the process of nivitti). Likewise, the individual being in the world, "I", is the transcendent being itself and when it withdraws, it withdraws itself and the whole world with it and merges into the Absolute. Even the Maya of the Mayavadin, although it is viewed as something not inherent in Brahman but superimposed upon Brahman, still, has been accepted as a peculiar power of Brahman itself. The Christian doctrine keeps the individual being separate practically, as an associate or at the most as an image of God. The love for one's neighbour, charity, which the Christian discipline enjoins is one's love for one's kind, because of affinity of nature and quality: it does not dissolve the two into an integral unity and absolute identity, where we love because we are one, because we are the One. The highest culmination of love, the very basis of love, according to the Indian conception, is a transcendence of love, love trans-muted into Bliss. The Upanishad says, where one has become the utter unity, who loves whom? To explain further our point, we take two examples referred to in the book we are considering. The true Christian, it is said, loves the sinner too, he is permitted to dislike sin, for he has to reject it, but he must separate from sin the sinner and love him. Why? Because the sinner too can change and become his brother in spirit, one loves the sinner because there is the possibility of his changing and becoming a true Christian. It is why the orthodox Christian, even such an enlightened and holy person as this mediaeval Canon, considers the non-Christian, the non-baptised as impure and potentially and fundamentally sinners. That is also why the Church, the physical organisation, is worshipped as Christ's very body and outside the Church lies the pagan world which has neither religion nor true spirituality nor salvation. Of course, all this may be symbolic and it is symbolic in a sense. If Christianity is taken to mean true spirituality, and the Church is equated with the collective embodiment of that spirituality, all that is claimed on their behalf stands justified. But that is an ideal, a hypothetical standpoint and can hardly be borne out by facts. However, to come back to our subject, let us ow take the second example. Of Christ himself, it is said, he not only did not dislike or had any aversion for Judas, but that he positively loved the traitor with a true and sincere love. He knew that the man would betray him and even when he was betraying and had betrayed, the Son of Man continued to love him. It was no make-believe or sham or pretence. It was genuine, as genuine as anything can be. Now, why did he love his enemy? Because, it is said, the enemy is suffered by God to do the misdeed: he has been allowed to test the faith of the faithful, he too has his utility, he too is God's servant. And who knows even a Judas would not change in the end? Many who come to scoff do remain to pray. But it can be asked, 'Does God love Satan too in the same way?' The Indian conception which is basically Vedantic is different. There is only one reality, one truth which is viewed differently. Whether a thing is considered good or evil or neutral, essentially and truly, it is that One and nothing else. God's own self is everywhere and the sage makes no difference between the Brahmin and the cow and the elephant. It is his own self he finds in every person and every objectsarvabhtsthitam yo mm bhajati ekatvamsthitah"he has taken his stand upon oneness and loves Me in all beings."2

01.09 - William Blake: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The ideal was Blake's. It will not sound so revolting if we understand what the poet meant by Hell. Hell, he explains, is simply the body, the Energy of Lifehell, because body and life on earth were so considered by the orthodox Christianity. The Christian ideal demands an absolute denial and rejection of life. Fulfilment is elsewhere, in heaven alone. That is, as we know, the ideal of the ascetic. The life of the spirit (in heaven) is a thing away from and stands against the life of the flesh (on earth). In the face of this discipline, countering it, Blake posited a union, a marriage of the two, considered incompatibles and incommensurables. Enfant terrible that he was, he took an infinite delight in a spirit of contradiction and went on expatiating on the glory of the misalliance. He declared a new apocalypse and said that Lucifer, the one called Satan, was the real God, the so-called Messiah the fake one: the apparent Milton spoke in praise of God and in dispraise of Satan, but the real, the esoteric Milton glorified Satan, who is the true God and minimised or caricatured the counterfeit or shadow God. Here is Blakean Bible in a nutshell:

01.11 - The Basis of Unity, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   India did not and could not stop at mere cultural fusionwhich was a supreme gift of the Moguls. She did not and could not stop at another momentous cultural fusion brought about by the European impact. She aimed at something more. Nature demanded of her that she should discover a greater secret of human unity and through progressive experiments apply and establish it in fact. Christianity did not raise this problem of the greater synthesis, for the Christian peoples were more culture-minded than religious-minded. It was left for an Asiatic people to set the problem and for India to work out the solution.

03.01 - Humanism and Humanism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Indian outlook, it is said, is at a double remove from this type of humanism. It has not the pagan GrrecoRoman humanism, nor has it the religious humanism of Christianity. Its spirit can be rendered in the vigorous imagery of Blake: it surrounds itself with cold floods of abstraction and the forests of solitude.
   Esoteric Christianity also has given us the conception of the Human Divine; but it is somewhat different from the Vaishnava revelation which has found rather the Divine Human. In other words, as I have already said, one has brought down the divinity nearer to the human appreciation and has humanised it; in the other the human has been uplifted and made into an archetypal reality where the human terms have been more or less symbols and figures having not merely human but a supra-human significance. The entire Vaishnava Lila passes not on this earth at all, but eternally in the eternal world of consciousness cinmayabehind all earthly (and human) manifestation and expression.

03.04 - The Other Aspect of European Culture, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In this connection the history of Ireland's destiny affords an instructive study, since it is symbolic also of Europe's life-course. It was the natural idealism, the inborn spiritual outlook which Ireland possessed of yore the Druidic Mysteries were more ancient than the Greek culture and formed perhaps the basis of the Orphic and Eleusinian Mysterieswhich impelled her foremost to embrace the new revelation brought on by Christianity. As she was among the pioneers to champion the cause of the Christ, she became also the fortress where the new cult found a safe refuge when the old world was being overwhelmed and battered to pieces by the onrush of peoples of a dense and rough-hewn nature. When continental Europe lay a desert waste under the heels of the barbarians that almost wiped away the last vestiges of the Classical Culture, it was Ireland who nursed and reared the New Child in her bosom and when the time came sent Him out again to reconquer and revivify Europe. Once more when the tide of Modernism began to rise and swell and carry everything before it, Ireland stood firm and threw up an impregnable barrier. The story of Ireland's struggle against Anglo-Saxon domination is at bottom the story of the struggle between Europe's soul power and body power. Ireland was almost slain in the combat, physically, but would not lose her soul. And now she rises victorious at long last, her ancient spirit shines resplendent, the voice of the Irish Renaissance that speaks through Yeats and Russell1 heralds a new dawn for her and who knows if not for Europe and the whole West?

03.06 - Divine Humanism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Indian outlook, it is said, is at a double remove from this type of humanism. It has not the pagan Grco-Roman humanism, nor has it the religious humanism of Christianity. Its spirit can best be rendered in the vigorous imagery of Blake; it surrounds itself:
   Esoteric Christianity also has given us the conception of the Human Divine; but it is somewhat different from the Vaishnava revelation which has found rather the Divine Human. In other words, as I have already said, one has brought down the divinity nearer to human appreciation and has humanised it; in the other, the human has been uplifted and made into an archetypal reality where the human terms are more or less symbols and figures, having not merely a human but a suprahuman significance. The entire Vaishnava Lila takes place not on this earth at all, but eternally in the eternal world of the inner consciousness cinmayabehind all earthly (and human) manifestation and expression.

03.09 - Buddhism and Hinduism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Buddhism, or for that matter, Christianity or Mohammadenism or any credal and personal religion, is easy to understand. For they are each of them a single and simple entity, whereas Hinduism is a multiple and complex organism. The difference is that between a tree, a huge mighty tree, may be, and a vast and tangled forest. Buddhism, for example, "may be likened to the great Bo tree under which, one may say, it was born; but Hinduism is a veritable Dandakaranya.

04.01 - The March of Civilisation, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   That is how the spirit of progress and evolution has worked and advanced in the European world. And one can take it as the pattern of human growth generally; but in the scheme described above we have left out one particular phase and purposely. I refer to the great event of Christ and Christianity. For without that European civilisation loses more than half of its import and value. After the Roman Decline began the ebbtide, the trough, the dark shadow of the deepening abyss of the Middle Ages. But even as the Night fell and darkness closed around, a new light glimmered, a star was born. A hope and a help shone "in a naughty world". It was a ray of consciousness that came from a secret cave, from a domain hidden behind and deep within in the human being. Christ brought a leaven into the normal manifest mode of consciousness, an otherworldly mode into the worldly life. He established a living and dynamic contact with the soul, the inner person in man, the person that is behind but still rules the external personality made of mind and life and body consciousness. The Christ revelation was also characteristic in the sense that it came as a large, almost a mass movementthis approach of the soul personality to earthly life. The movement faded or got adulterated, deformed like all human things; but something remained as a permanent possession of man's heritage.

05.02 - Gods Labour, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   A great mystery of existence, its central rub is the presence of Evil. All spiritual, generally all human endeavour has to face and answer this Sphinx. As he answers, so will be his fate. He cannot rise up even if he wishes, earth cannot progress even when there is the occasion, because of this besetting obstacle. It has many names and many forms. It is Sin or Satan in Christianity; Buddhism calls it Mara. In India it is generally known as Maya. Grief and sorrow, weakness and want, disease and death are its external and ubiquitous forms. It is a force of gravitation, as graphically named by a modern Christian mystic, that pulls man down, fixes him upon earth with its iron law of mortality, never allowing him to mount high and soar in the spiritual heavens. It has also been called the Wheel of Karma or the cycle of Ignorance. And the aim of all spiritual seekers has been to rise out of itsome-how, by force of tapasy, energy of concentrated will or divine Gracego through or by-pass and escape into the Beyond. This is the path of ascent I referred to at the outset. In this view it is taken for granted that this creation is transient and empty of happinessanityam asukham (Gita)it is anatta, empty of self or consciousness (Buddha) and it will be always so. The only way to deal with it, the way of the wise, is to discard it and pass over.
   God made man, the spirit become flesh: this is Grace, the benediction of the Holy One upon the sinful earth. The working of Grace in one of its characteristic movements has been beautifully envisaged in esoteric Christianity. The burden of sin that is to say, of weakness, impurity and ignorancelies so heavy upon man, the force of gravitation is so absolute, that it is divine intervention alone, and in the most physical sense, which can save him. God takes upon himself man's load and relieves him of it: thus freed he can soar up easily and join the company of the Happy in heaven alongside God. This is the ransom paid by God to His Enemy, the vicarious atonement suffered by the Divine, the cross he has to bear when he comes upon this earth, into this vale of tears. I t is said, in terms of human feeling, pity so moved him that he left the happy abode of heaven, came down among men and lived like one of them, sharing their sorrow and pain and, what is divine, taking up the evil into himself, drinking, as it were, out of the poisoned bowl, so that man, frail mortal creature, may escape his doom.

05.09 - Varieties of Religious Experience, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The special gift of the Chaldean line of discipline lay in another direction. It cultivated not so much the higher lines of spiritual realisation but was occupied with what may be called the mid regions, the occult world. This material universe is not moved by the physical, vital or mental forces that are apparent and demonstrable, but by other secret and subtle forces; in fact, these are the motive forces, the real agents that work out and initiate movements in Nature, while the apparent ones are only the external forms and even masks. This occultism was also practised very largely in ancient Egypt from where the Greeks took up a few threads. The MysteriesOrphic and Eleusiniancultivated the tradition within a restricted circle and in a very esoteric manner. The tradition continued into the Christian Church also and an inner group formed in its heart that practised and kept alive something of this ancient science. The external tenets and dogmas of the Church did not admit or tolerate this which was considered as black magic, the Devil's Science. The evident reason was that if one pursued this line of occultism and tasted of the power it gave, one might very likely deviate from the straight and narrow path leading to the Spirit and spiritual salvation. In India too the siddhis or occult powers were always shunned by the truly spiritual, although sought by the many who take to the spiritual lifeoften with disastrous results. In Christianity, side by side with the major saints, there was always a group or a line of practicants that followed the occult system, although outwardly observing the official creed. It is curious to note that often where the original text of the Bible speaks of gods, in the plural, referring to the deities or occult powers, the official version translates it as God, to give the necessary theistic value and atmosphere.

05.18 - Man to be Surpassed, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Yes, man's true humanity, says Kahler, almost echoing Nietzcshe, consists precisely in his capacity to surpass himself. The animal is wholly engrossed in its natural nature and activities; but man is capable of standing back, can separate from his biological self, observe, control and direct. For him "existence" truly means (as the Existentialist declares today) ex+sistere or ex+stare, to stay or stand outside. That is the surpassing enjoyed by him and demanded of himgoing beyond one's natural or normal self. But there is a danger here. For there can be a too much surpassing, a going away altoge ther, as religion or spirituality usually enjoins. Christianity, for example, which is in many senses a movement contrary to the Greek spirit, taught a transcendence that was for luring or driving the human soul away from the world and men towards an extra-terrestrial summum bonum.

1.00a - Introduction, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  All the serious Orders of the world, or nearly all, begin by insisting that the aspirant should take a vow of poverty; a Buddhist Bhikku, for example, can own only nine objects his three robes, begging bowl, a fan, toothbrush, and so on. The Hindu and Mohammedan Orders have similar regulations; and so do all the important Orders of monkhood in Christianity.

1.00 - Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
   Christianity, they maintained, had given the white races position and power in this world and assurance of happiness in the next; therefore Christianity was the best of all religions. Many intelligent young Hindus became converted. The man in the street was confused. The majority of the educated grew materialistic in their mental outlook.
  Sri Ramakrishna realized his identity with Christ, as he had already realized his identity with Kli, Rm, Hanuman, Rdh, Krishna, Brahman, and Mohammed. The Master went into Samdhi and communed with the Brahman with attri butes. Thus he experienced the truth that Christianity, too, was a path leading to God-Consciousness. Till the last moment of his life he believed that Christ was an Incarnation of God. But Christ, for him, was not the only Incarnation; there were others - Buddha, for instance, and Krishna.
  Without being formally initiated into their doctrines, Sri Ramakrishna thus realized the ideals of religions other than Hinduism. He did not need to follow any doctrine. All barriers were removed by his overwhelming love of God. So he became a Master who could speak with authority regarding the ideas and ideals of the various religions of the world. "I have practised", said he, "all religions - Hinduism, Islam, Christianity - and I have also followed the paths of the different Hindu sects. I have found that it is the same God toward whom all are directing their steps, though along different paths. You must try all beliefs and traverse all the different ways once. Wherever I look, I see men quarrelling in the name of religion - Hindus, Mohammedans, Brahmos, Vaishnavs, and the rest. But they never reflect that He who is called Krishna is also called iva, and bears the name of the Primal Energy, Jesus, and Allah as well - the same Rm with a thousand names. A lake has several G hts. At one, the Hindus take water in pitchers and call it 'Jal' ; at another the Mussalmans take water in leather bags and call it 'pni' . At a third the Christians call it 'water' . Can we imagine that it is not 'jal', but only 'pni' or 'water'? How ridiculous! The substance is One under different names, and everyone is seeking the same substance; only climate, temperament, and name create differences.
  Keshab was the leader of the Brhmo Samj, one of the two great movements that, during the latter part of the nineteenth century, played an important part in shaping the course of the renascence of India. The founder of the Brhmo movement had been the great Rj Rmmohan Roy (1774-1833). Though born in an orthodox brhmin family, Rmmohan Roy had shown great sympathy for Islam and Christianity. He had gone to Tibet in search of the Buddhist mysteries. He had extracted from Christianity its ethical system, but had rejected the divinity of Christ as he had denied the Hindu Incarnations.
  In 1878 a schism divided Keshab's Samj. Some of his influential followers accused him of infringing the Brhmo principles by marrying his daughter to a wealthy man before she had attained the marriageable age approved by the Samj. This group seceded and established the Sdhran Brhmo Samj, Keshab remaining the leader of the Navavidhn. Keshab now began to be drawn more and more toward the Christ ideal, though under the influence of Sri Ramakrishna his devotion to the Divine Mother also deepened. His mental oscillation between Christ and the Divine Mother of Hinduism found no position of rest. In Bengl and some other parts of India the Brhmo movement took the form of Unitarian Christianity, scoffed at Hindu rituals, and preached a crusade against image worship. Influenced by Western culture, it declared the supremacy of reason, advocated the ideals of the French Revolution, abolished the caste-system among, its own members, stood for the emancipation of women, agitate for the abolition of early marriage, sanctioned the remarriage of widows, and encouraged various educational and social-reform movements. The immediate effect of the Brhmo movement in Bengl was the checking of the proselytising activities of the Christian missionaries. It also raised Indian culture in the estimation of its English masters. But it was an intellectual and eclectic religious ferment born of the necessity of the time. Unlike Hinduism, it was not founded on the deep inner experiences of sages and prophets. Its influence was confined to a comparatively few educated men and women of the country, and the vast masses of the Hindus remained outside it. It sounded monotonously only one of the notes in the rich gamut of the Eternal Religion of the Hindus.
  The other movement playing an important part in the nineteenth-century religious revival of India was the rya Samj. The Brhmo Samj, essentially a movement of compromise with European culture, tacitly admitted the superiority of the West. But the founder of the rya Samj was a pugnacious Hindu sannysi who accepted the challenge of Islam and Christianity and was resolved to combat all foreign influence in India.
  Swmi Daynanda (1824-1883) launched this movement in Bombay in 1875, and soon its influence was felt throughout western India. The Swmi was a great scholar of the Vedas, which he explained as being strictly monotheistic. He preached against the worship of images and re-established the ancient Vedic sacrificial rites. According to him the Vedas were the ultimate authority on religion, and he accepted every word of them as literally true. The rya Samj became a bulwark against the encroachments of Islam and Christianity, and its orthodox flavour appealed to many Hindu minds. It also assumed leadership in many movements of social reform. The caste-system became a target of its attack. Women it liberated from many of their social disabilities. The cause of education received from it a great impetus. It started agitation against early marriage and advocated the remarriage of Hindu widows. Its influence was strongest in the Punjab, the battle-ground of the Hindu and Islamic cultures. A new fighting attitude was introduced into the slumbering Hindu society. Unlike the Brhmo Samj, the influence of the rya Samj was not confined to the intellectuals. It was a force that spread to the masses. It was a dogmatic movement intolerant of those disagreed with its views, and it emphasized only one way, the rya Samj way, to the realization of Truth. Sri Ramakrishna met Swmi Daynanda when the latter visited Bengl.
  Sri Ramakrishna also became acquainted with a number of people whose scholarship or wealth entitled them everywhere to respect. He had met, a few years before, Devendranth Tgore, famous all over Bengl for his wealth, scholarship, saintly character, and social position. But the Master found him disappointing; for, whereas Sri Ramakrishna expected of a saint complete renunciation of the world, Devendranth combined with his saintliness a life of enjoyment. Sri Ramakrishna met the great poet Michael Madhusudan, who had embraced Christianity "for the sake of his stomach". To him the Master could not impart instruction, for the Divine Mother "pressed his tongue".

1.00 - Preliminary Remarks, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  The lack of proof has been so severely felt by Christianity (and in a much less degree by Islam) that fresh miracles have been manufactured almost daily to support the tottering structure. Modern thought, rejecting these miracles, has adopted theories involving epilepsy and madness. As if organisation could spring from disorganization! Even if epilepsy were the cause of these great movements which have caused civilization after civilization to arise from barbarism, it would merely form an argument for cultivating epilepsy.
  Now this woman, though handicapped by a brain that was a mass of putrid pulp, and a complete lack of social status, education, and moral character, did more in the religious world than any other person had done for generations. She, and she alone, made Theosophy possible, and without Theosophy the world-wide interest in similar matters could never have been aroused. This interest is to the Law of Thelema what the preaching of John the Baptist was to Christianity.
  The history of Christianity shows precisely the same remarkable fact. Jesus Christ was brought up on the fables to the Old Testament, and so was compelled to ascribe his experiences to Jehovah, although his gentle spirit could have had nothing in common with the monster who was always commanding the rape of virgins and the murder of little children, and whose rites were then, and still are, celebrated by human sacrifice.1

1.01 - Adam Kadmon and the Evolution, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  of Therapeutae in the neighbourhood of Alexandria.)
  How close Christianity has been to Gnosticism is shown
  by the furore with which all remainders of the latter, and

1.01 - Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  25 There is no objection to this, in and for itself. Nobody forced
  the Romans to import Asiatic cults in bulk. If Christianity had
  really been as so often described "alien" to the Germanic
  tribes, they could easily have rejected it when the prestige of
  the Roman legions began to wane. But Christianity had come
  to stay, because it fits in with the existing archetypal pattern. In
  its founder might well have wondered at had he lived to see it;
  and the Christianity of Negroes and other dark-skinned con-
  verts is certainly an occasion for historical reflections. Why,
  2 9 Just as in Christianity the vow of worldly poverty turned the
  mind away from the riches of this earth, so spiritual poverty
  his way in the darknesses of a life that turned its back upon God
  and Christianity, and that is why there came to him the revealer
  and enlightener, the speaking fountainhead of his soul. Here is

1.01 - Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  The man who independently plucked the fruits when he was hungry is become a farmer; and he who stood under a tree for shelter, a housekeeper. We now no longer camp as for a night, but have settled down on earth and forgotten heaven. We have adopted Christianity merely as an improved method of _agri_-culture. We have built for this world a family mansion, and for the next a family tomb. The best works of art are the expression of mans struggle to free himself from this condition, but the effect of our art is merely to make this low state comfortable and that higher state to be forgotten. There is actually no place in this village for a work of _fine_ art, if any had come down to us, to stand, for our lives, our houses and streets, furnish no proper pedestal for it. There is not a nail to hang a picture on, nor a shelf to receive the bust of a hero or a saint. When I consider how our houses are built and paid for, or not paid for, and their internal economy managed and sustained, I wonder that the floor does not give way under the visitor while he is admiring the gewgaws upon the mantel-piece, and let him through into the cellar, to some solid and honest though earthy foundation. I cannot but perceive that this so called rich and refined life is a thing jumped at, and I do not get on in the enjoyment of the _fine_ arts which adorn it, my attention being wholly occupied with the jump; for I remember that the greatest genuine leap, due to human muscles alone, on record, is that of certain wandering Arabs, who are said to have cleared twenty-five feet on level ground. Without factitious support, man is sure to come to earth again beyond that distance. The first question which I am tempted to put to the proprietor of such great impropriety is, Who bolsters you? Are you one of the ninety-seven who fail, or of the three who succeed? Answer me these questions, and then perhaps I may look at your bawbles and find them ornamental. The cart before the horse is neither beautiful nor useful. Before we can adorn our houses with beautiful objects the walls must be stripped, and our lives must be stripped, and beautiful housekeeping and beautiful living be laid for a foundation: now, a taste for the beautiful is most cultivated out of doors, where there is no house and no housekeeper.

1.01 - Historical Survey, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  The confusion is also due to the efforts of those theo- logians in mediaeval times who, being desirous of saving their benighted Hebrew brethren from the pangs of eternal torture and damnation in the nether regions, muddled and tampered not only with the original texts but with extreme sectarian interpretations in order to show that the authors of the Qabalistic books were desirous that their Jewish posterity should become apostates to Christianity.

1.01 - MAPS OF EXPERIENCE - OBJECT AND MEANING, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  When one gives up Christian belief [for example] one thereby deprives oneself of the right to Christian
  morality.... Christianity is a system, a consistently thought out and complete view of things. If one
  breaks out of it a fundamental idea, the belief in God, one thereby breaks the whole thing to pieces: one
  has nothing of any consequence left in ones hands. Christianity presupposes that man does not know,
  cannot know what is good for him and what evil: he believes in God, who alone knows. Christian
  really do believe they know, of their own accord, intuitively, what is good and evil; if they
  consequently think they no longer have need of Christianity as a guarantee of morality; that is merely
  the consequence of the ascendancy of Christian evaluation and an expression of the strength and depth

1.01 - Prayer, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  The one great advantage of Bhakti is that it is the easiest and the most natural way to reach the great divine end in view; its great disadvantage is that in its lower forms it oftentimes degenerates into hideous fanaticism. The fanatical crew in Hinduism, or Mohammedanism, or Christianity, have always been almost exclusively recruited from these worshippers on the lower planes of Bhakti. That singleness of attachment (Nishth) to a loved object, without which no genuine love can grow, is very often also the cause of the denunciation of everything else. All the weak and undeveloped minds in every religion or country have only one way of loving their own ideal, i.e. by hating every other ideal.

1.01 - Principles of Practical Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  mythology, as is proved very clearly by the swastika, the German
  Christians, and the German Faith Movement. Not only Christianity with its
  symbols of salvation, but all religions, including the primitive with their

1.01 - Soul and God, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Philosophy
  The Draft continues: My friends, as you can see, mercy is granted to the developed, not the childish. I thank my God for this message. Do not let the teachings of Christianity deceive you!
  Its teachings are good for the most mature minds of bygone time. Today, it serves immature minds. Christianity no longer promises us grace, and yet we still need mercy. That which I tell you is the way of what is to come, my way to mercy (p. 27). i.e., Christ. C.G. Jung, Transformation symbolism in the mass (1942, CW II).

1.01 - THAT ARE THOU, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  Philo was the exponent of the Hellenistic Mystery Religion which grew up, as Professor Goodenough has shown, among the Jews of the Dispersion, between about 200 B. C. and 100 A. D. Reinterpreting the Pentateuch in terms of a metaphysical system derived from Platonism, Neo-Pythagoreanism and Stoicism, Philo transformed the wholly transcendental and almost anthropomorphically personal God of the Old Testament into the immanent-transcendent Absolute Mind of the Perennial Philosophy. But even from the orthodox scribes and Pharisees of that momentous century which witnessed, along with the dissemination of Philos doctrines, the first beginnings of Christianity and the destruction of the Temple at Jerusalem, even from the guardians of the Law we hear significantly mystical utterances. Hillel, the great rabbi whose teachings on humility and the love of God and man read like an earlier, cruder version of some of the Gospel sermons, is reported to have spoken these words to an assemblage in the courts of the Temple. If I am here, (it is Jehovah who is speaking through the mouth of his prophet) everyone is here. If I am not here, no one is here.

1.01 - The Ideal of the Karmayogin, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  We do not believe that by multiplying new sects limited within the narrower and inferior ideas of religion imported from the West or by creating organisations for the perpetuation of the mere dress and body of Hinduism we can recover our spiritual health, energy and greatness. The world moves through an indispensable interregnum of free thought and materialism to a new synthesis of religious thought and experience, a new religious world-life free from intolerance, yet full of faith and fervour, accepting all forms of religion because it has an unshakable faith in the One. The religion which embraces Science and faith,
  Theism, Christianity, Mahomedanism and Buddhism and yet is none of these, is that to which the World-Spirit moves. In our own, which is the most sceptical and the most believing of all, the most sceptical because it has questioned and experimented the most, the most believing because it has the deepest experience and the most varied and positive spiritual knowledge, - that wider Hinduism which is not a dogma or combination of dogmas but a law of life, which is not a social framework but the spirit of a past and future social evolution, which rejects nothing but insists on testing and experiencing everything and when tested and experienced turning it to the soul's uses, in this
  Hinduism we find the basis of the future world-religion. This sanatana dharma has many scriptures, Veda, Vedanta, Gita,

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  familiar Christian sequence of generation (which might be God Mary Christ) is only one of many
  valid configurations (and is not even the only one that characterizes Christianity).
  serves as example) exists because the unknown has a destructive aspect; the positive (the hierodule here,
  Isis in the Egyptian myth of Osiris, Mary in Christianity) because the unknown is also creative or
  experience (and the subjects who experienced them) emerged from the round chaos, which was a spherical
  container of the primordial element.280 The God of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, Alpha and Omega, the
  beginning and the end, the first and the last (Revelations 22:13), places himself outside of or beyond

1.02 - On the Service of the Soul, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Philosophy
  20). The reference is to Augustine's Confessions (400CE), a devotional work written when he was forty-five years old, in which he narrates his conversion to Christianity in an autobiographical form (Confessions, tr. H. Chadwick [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991]). The Confessions are addressed to God, and recount the years of his wandering from God and the manner of his return. Echoing this in the opening sections of Liber Novus, Jung addresses his soul and recounts the years of his wandering away from her, and the manner of his return. In his published works,
  Jung frequently cited Augustine, and referred to his Confessions several times in Transformations and Symbols of the Libido.

1.02 - SOCIAL HEREDITY AND PROGRESS, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  3. Education and Christianity
  By definition and in essence Christianity is the religion of the
  Incarnation: God uniting Himself with the world which He cre-
  And so in Christianity we again come upon that mysterious law
  of additivity and social heredity which in every field governs the
  whole, proportionate in scale to the new age which we are enter-
  ing, there is no institution, other than Christianity, that seems ca-
  pable of endowing the immense body of things taught with a true

1.02 - The Concept of the Collective Unconscious, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  walls; he is "twice-born." It is an idea that underlies all re-
  birth mysteries, Christianity included. Christ himself is "twice-
  born": through his baptism in the Jordan he was regenerated
  (pneuma). This word took on the meaning of "spirit" chiefly
  under the influence of Christianity. Even in the account of
  the miracle at Pentecost the pneuma still has the double mean-


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Wikipedia - Christians -- People who adhere to Christianity
Wikipedia - Christian symbolism -- Use of symbols, including archetypes, acts, artwork or events, by Christianity
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Wikipedia - Christian views on marriage -- Perspective of Christianity regarding marriage
Wikipedia - Christmas -- Holiday originating in Christianity, usually December 25
Wikipedia - Christ the King -- Title of Jesus in Christianity
Wikipedia - Christus Victor -- Book regarding theories of atonement in Christianity
Wikipedia - Church of the Holy Sepulchre -- Church in Jerusalem, Israel, containing the two holiest sites in Christianity
Wikipedia - Circumcision controversy in early Christianity
Wikipedia - Communion under both kinds -- In Christianity, reception of both the consecrated bread and wine of the Eucharist
Wikipedia - Comparison of Buddhism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Constantine I and Christianity
Wikipedia - Constantine the Great and Christianity -- Constantine and Christianity
Wikipedia - Contemplation (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Conversion to Christianity -- Process of religious conversion in which a previously non-Christian person converts to Christianity
Wikipedia - Coptic Christianity
Wikipedia - Criticism of Christianity
Wikipedia - Crosier -- Ceremonial staff in Christianity
Wikipedia - Crypto-Christianity -- Secret practice of Christianity
Wikipedia - Dabru Emet -- Jewish document concerning the relationship between Christianity and Judaism from the year 2000
Wikipedia - Dana L. Robert -- Historian of Christianity and a missiologist
Wikipedia - Dean (Christianity) -- Head of a chapter of canons of a collegiate church or cathedral church
Wikipedia - Decision theology -- The belief by some evangelical denominations of Christianity that individuals must make a conscious decision to "accept" and follow Christ
Wikipedia - Decline of Christianity in various countries -- Phenomenon of decreasing Christian affiliation in the Western world
Wikipedia - Decline of Christianity
Wikipedia - Devil in Christianity -- The Devil in Christianity
Wikipedia - Disciple (Christianity) -- Dedicated follower of Jesus
Wikipedia - Early centers of Christianity -- From the 1st century to the First Council of Nicaea in 325
Wikipedia - Early Christianity
Wikipedia - Eastern Christianity -- Christian traditions originating from Greek- and Syriac-speaking populations
Wikipedia - Eastern Orthodox Christianity in North America
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Wikipedia - Eastern Protestant Christianity -- Protestant Christian denominations that developed outside of the West in the late 1800s
Wikipedia - Economy (Eastern Christianity)
Wikipedia - Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople -- Autocephalous church of Eastern Orthodox Christianity
Wikipedia - Elder (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Election (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Emanation (Eastern Orthodox Christianity)
Wikipedia - Encyclopedia of Christianity
Wikipedia - Epanokalimavkion -- Item of clerical clothing in Orthodox Christianity
Wikipedia - Esoteric Christianity -- Christian theology
Wikipedia - Essays and Reviews -- 1860 broad-church volume of seven essays on Christianity
Wikipedia - Eternal life (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Ethiopian Christianity
Wikipedia - Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity
Wikipedia - Eusebius -- 2nd/3rd century Greek historian of Christianity, exegete and Christian polemicist
Wikipedia - Exorcism in Christianity -- Practice of casting out one or more demons from a person
Wikipedia - Ex-voto -- Votive offering to a saint or to a divinity in Christianity
Wikipedia - Faith in Christianity
Wikipedia - Filioque -- Latin term added to the original Nicene Creed, and which has been the subject of great controversy between Eastern and Western Christianity
Wikipedia - Five solae -- Principles of Protestant Christianity
Wikipedia - Folk Christianity
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Wikipedia - Futurism (Christianity) -- Christian eschatological view
Wikipedia - Galilean faith -- ancient term used to refer to Christianity
Wikipedia - General council (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Genesis creation narrative -- Creation myth of both Judaism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Germanic Christianity
Wikipedia - Gilles Quispel -- Dutch theologian and historian of Christianity and Gnosticism
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Wikipedia - Gnostic Christianity
Wikipedia - God (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Godhead in Christianity
Wikipedia - God in Christianity
Wikipedia - God-man (Christianity)
Wikipedia - God the Father -- In Christianity, the first of the three persons of the Trinity, who begets the Son and from whom the Holy Spirit proceeds
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Wikipedia - Great Church -- A concept in the historiography of early Christianity
Wikipedia - Greek Orthodox Christianity in Lebanon
Wikipedia - Hades in Christianity
Wikipedia - Hakan TaM-EM-^_tan and Turan Topal -- Turkish converts from Islam to Christianity
Wikipedia - Half-Way Covenant -- a historical form of church membership in American Christianity
Wikipedia - Heaven in Christianity
Wikipedia - Hellenistic philosophy and Christianity
Wikipedia - Hell in Christianity
Wikipedia - Helmut Koester -- German-born American scholar of the New Testament and early Christianity (1926-2016)
Wikipedia - Heresy in Christianity in the modern era -- Overview and list of trials since 1893
Wikipedia - Heresy in Christianity -- Formal denial or doubt of a core doctrine of the Christian faith
Wikipedia - Hieromonk -- In Eastern Christianity, a monk who is also a priest
Wikipedia - Hinduism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Historicism (Christianity) -- Method of interpretation of biblical prophecies which associates symbols with historical persons, nations or events.
Wikipedia - Historiography of early Christianity
Wikipedia - History of Christianity during the Middle Ages
Wikipedia - History of Christianity in Britain
Wikipedia - History of Christianity in Hungary
Wikipedia - History of Christianity in Ireland -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - History of Christianity in Mizoram -- Christianity in Mizoram
Wikipedia - History of Christianity in Sussex
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Wikipedia - History of Christianity -- Development and growth of the Christian religion
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Wikipedia - Holy Spirit (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Holy Spirit in Christianity -- The third person of the Trinity in trinitarian Christianity
Wikipedia - Holy water in Eastern Christianity
Wikipedia - Hygiene in Christianity
Wikipedia - Icon -- Religious work of art in Eastern Christianity
Wikipedia - Idolatry and Christianity
Wikipedia - Incarnation (Christianity) -- Belief that Jesus was made flesh by being conceived in the womb of a woman
Wikipedia - Independent Network Charismatic Christianity -- Movement within evangelical charismatic Christianity
Wikipedia - Index of Christianity-related articles -- Wikipedia index
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Wikipedia - Interpretatio Christiana -- Adaptation of non-Christian elements of culture or historical facts to the worldview of Christianity.
Wikipedia - Irish Evangelical Society -- Organisation promoting Protestant Christianity in Ireland
Wikipedia - Ishmael -- Hebrew Prophet of Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Wikipedia - J. B. Lightfoot -- British bishop and scholar of early Christianity (1828-1889)
Wikipedia - Jerusalem in Christianity
Wikipedia - Jesus in Christianity -- Jesus in Christianity
Wikipedia - Jesus is Lord -- Creed or statement of faith popular in Christianity
Wikipedia - Jesus -- Central figure of Christianity
Wikipedia - Jewish Christian -- Members of the Jewish movement that later became Christianity
Wikipedia - Journal of Psychology and Christianity
Wikipedia - Jubilee (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Judeo-Christian -- Term grouping Judaism and Christianity together
Wikipedia - Kingdom of God (Christianity) -- Phrase in the New Testament
Wikipedia - Korean Christianity
Wikipedia - Kurdish Christians -- Kurds who follow Christianity
Wikipedia - Latin Christianity
Wikipedia - Liberal Christianity -- Movement that interprets and reforms Christian teaching by taking into consideration modern knowledge, science and ethics
Wikipedia - Libertarian Christianity -- Belief that governments exist to protect the natural rights of individuals, and only to protect natural rights;
Wikipedia - List of converts to Christianity from Islam -- Wikimedia list article: About 10.2 million Muslim converts to Christianity in 2015
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Wikipedia - List of schisms in Christianity
Wikipedia - Logos (Christianity) -- Name or title of Jesus Christ
Wikipedia - Lord's Day -- In Christianity, sunday as the principal day of communal worship; the weekly memorial of the resurrection of Jesus Christ
Wikipedia - Love of God in Christianity
Wikipedia - Malanka -- Slavic folk Christianity
Wikipedia - Marriage in Christianity
Wikipedia - Martinism -- Form of Christian mysticism and esoteric Christianity
Wikipedia - Maurice Casey -- British scholar of New Testament and early Christianity (1942-2014)
Wikipedia - Mere Christianity
Wikipedia - Merit (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Messianic Judaism -- New religious movement that combines Christianity, Judaism and belief in Jesus as saviour
Wikipedia - Methodism -- Group of historically related denominations of Protestant Christianity
Wikipedia - Minister (Christianity)
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Wikipedia - Mission (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Molko v. Holy Spirit Ass'n for the Unification of World Christianity -- legal case heard before the California Supreme Court
Wikipedia - Muhammad's views on Christians -- The views of the prophet of Islam Muhammad on Christians and Christianity
Wikipedia - Multiculturalism and Christianity -- Multiculturalism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Muscular Christianity -- Religious and social movement
Wikipedia - Name day -- Tradition in Christianity
Wikipedia - Names of God in Christianity -- Names and titles that refer to the Christian God
Wikipedia - Neo-charismatic movement -- Movement within evangelical Protestant Christianity
Wikipedia - Neoplatonism and Christianity
Wikipedia - New Earth (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Nicene Christianity -- Set of Christian doctrinal traditions reflecting the Nicene Creed
Wikipedia - Nondenominational Christianity -- Churches which distance themselves from the confessionalism or creedalism of other Christian communities
Wikipedia - Nontrinitarianism -- A form of Christianity that rejects the mainstream Christian doctrine of the Trinity
Wikipedia - Novena -- Devotional prayer in Christianity lasting nine days or weeks
Wikipedia - Ordinance (Christianity) -- Religious rituals in Protestantism
Wikipedia - Oriental Orthodox Churches -- Branch of Eastern Christianity
Wikipedia - Origenist Crises -- Two major theological controversies in early Christianity involving the teachings of followers of the third-century theologian Origen of Alexandria
Wikipedia - Origins of Christianity
Wikipedia - Orthodox Christianity
Wikipedia - Outline of Christianity
Wikipedia - Panagia -- Title of Mary in Eastern Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity
Wikipedia - Pandeism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Pan-Orthodox Council -- Synod (19-26 June 2016) of set representative bishops of the universally recognised autocephalous local churches of Eastern Orthodox Christianity held in Kolymvari, Crete
Wikipedia - Passion (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Patriarch -- Highest-ranking bishop in Christianity
Wikipedia - Pauline Allen -- Australian scholar of early Christianity
Wikipedia - Pauline Christianity -- Beliefs espoused by Paul the Apostle
Wikipedia - Pentecostalism -- Renewal movement within Protestant Christianity
Wikipedia - Philip the Arab and Christianity -- analysis of the religious beliefs of Roman Emperor Philip the Arab
Wikipedia - Pliny the Younger on Christians -- Pliny the Younger's views on Christianity
Wikipedia - Pneumatology (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Polygamy in Christianity -- Polygamy in Christianity
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Wikipedia - Positive Christianity -- Movement within Nazi Germany which mixed ideas of racial purity and Nazi ideology with elements of Christianity
Wikipedia - Postchristianity -- Loss of the primacy of the Christian worldview in political affairs, especially in the Western world
Wikipedia - Postmodern Christianity
Wikipedia - Practice in Christianity
Wikipedia - Predestination in Christianity
Wikipedia - Presbyterianism -- Branch of Protestant Christianity in which the church is governed by presbyters (elders)
Wikipedia - Progressive Christianity -- Post-modern theological approach, not necessarily synonymous with progressive politics
Wikipedia - Progressive revelation (Christianity) -- Doctrine in Christianity that the sections of the Bible that were written later contain a fuller revelation of God than the earlier sections
Wikipedia - Prophets of Christianity
Wikipedia - Protestant Christianity
Wikipedia - Protestant Eastern Christianity
Wikipedia - Protestantism in the United States -- Broad classification of American Christianity encompassing many denominations
Wikipedia - Purgatory -- Religious belief of Christianity, primarily Catholicism
Wikipedia - Redeemer (Christianity) -- Title of Jesus
Wikipedia - Red-Letter Christians -- A non-denominational movement within Christianity
Wikipedia - Religious (Western Christianity) -- Member of a religious order
Wikipedia - Repentance (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Restorationism -- Belief that Christianity should return to the form of the early apostolic church
Wikipedia - Rise of Christianity
Wikipedia - Rogation days -- Days of prayer and fasting in Western Christianity
Wikipedia - Role of Christianity in civilization
Wikipedia - Sabbatarianism -- View within Christianity that advocates the observation of the Sabbath
Wikipedia - Saint (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Salvation (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Salvation in Christianity
Wikipedia - Second death -- Eschatological concept in Judaism and Christianity
Wikipedia - Sin in Christianity
Wikipedia - Skoptsy -- Sect within the larger Spiritual Christianity movement in the Russian Empire, best known for practicing castration of men and the mastectomy of women
Wikipedia - Society for the Restoration of Orthodox Christianity in the Caucasus -- Russian society created to spread Christianity in the Caucasus
Wikipedia - Son of God (Christianity) -- Christian term
Wikipedia - Son of man (Christianity) -- Expression in the sayings of Jesus in Christian writings
Wikipedia - Sovereignty of God in Christianity
Wikipedia - Spiritual body -- In Christianity, a concept mentioned in the New Testament (1 Corinthians 15:44)
Wikipedia - Spiritual Christianity -- Russian religious movement, non-Orthodox
Wikipedia - Split of Christianity and Judaism
Wikipedia - State church of the Roman Empire -- a form of Christianity in the Roman Empire
Wikipedia - Superior General (Christianity) -- Leader of a religious institute in the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Syriac chant -- Liturgical chant used in Syriac Christianity
Wikipedia - Syriac Christianity
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Wikipedia - The Fountain of Christianity -- Book written by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Wikipedia - The Good Shepherd (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Theotokos -- Title given to Mary in Eastern Christianity
Wikipedia - Third Heaven -- Division of Heaven in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Wikipedia - Thuam Hang -- Burmese convert to Christianity
Wikipedia - Timeline of Christianity
Wikipedia - Tree of virtues and tree of vices -- Diagrams of the relationship between virtues and vices in medieval Christianity
Wikipedia - Trinitarian Christianity
Wikipedia - True Orthodoxy -- Movement within Orthodox Christianity that has been separated from the mainstream Eastern Orthodox Church over issues of ecumenism and calendar reform since the 1920s
Wikipedia - Unitarianism -- Christian theological movement which believes that the God in Christianity is one person, as opposed to a Trinity
Wikipedia - Unity School of Christianity
Wikipedia - Universalism (Christianity)
Wikipedia - Visitation (Christianity) -- Christian story and feast of Mary visiting Elizabeth
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Wikipedia - Women in Christianity -- Women in Christianity
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