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Sinful Sunday Quotes By Madeleine L'Engle

One of my young married students has suffered all her life because she was taught in her Church that she was born so sinful that the only way the wrath of God the Father could be appeased enough for him to forgive all her horrible sinfulness was for God the Son to die in agony on the cross. Without his suffering, the Father would remain angry forever with all his Creation.
Many of us have had a least part of that horror thrust on us at one time or other inour childhood. For many reasons I never went to Sunday School, so I was spared having a lot of peculiar teaching to unlearn. It's only lately that I've discovered that it was no less a person than St. Anselm who saw the atonement in terms of appeasement of an angry God, from which follows immediately the heresy that Jesus came to save us from God the Father. — Madeleine L'Engle

Sinful Sunday Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein

But, Jill, if a thing is sinful on Sunday, it is sinful on Friday - at least it groks that way to an outsider, myself - or perhaps to a man from Mars. — Robert A. Heinlein

Sinful Sunday Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

Not To Attempt To Control Sinful Behavior Is To Attempt Godly Principles — Sunday Adelaja

Sinful Sunday Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

Thoughts and feelings produce actions. Sinful thoughts and feelings produce sinful actions. — Sunday Adelaja

Sinful Sunday Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

The sinful nature of man is the same in every generation. Man naturally moves towards entropy. We are driven towards the carnal, mundane and the mediocre. We need a higher power, force and truth to deliver us from this entropic movement to self-destruction and pull us higher to greater values. — Sunday Adelaja

Sinful Sunday Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

Which each person must experience himself as the revelation that our old man, sinful nature, is dead and now we are living the life of the resurrected Christ. — Sunday Adelaja