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Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

When led of the Spirit, the child of God must be as ready to wait as to go, as prepared to be silent as to speak. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The main theme to emerge ... is that there appear to be two modes of thinking, verbal and nonverbal, represented rather separately in left and right hemispheres respectively and that our education system, as well as science in general, tends to neglect the nonverbal form of intellect. What it comes down to is that modern society discriminates against the right hemisphere. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Armstrong Sperry

Children have imagination enough to grasp any idea which you present to them with honesty and without patronage. — Armstrong Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

The church is ever in peril-and never more so than now-of the disaster which must follow when she allows men of distinction in the sphere of human attainments, who are unregenerate or unspiritual, to dictate as to what her beliefs shall be. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

Salvation is a work of God for man, rather than a work of man for God. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Al Ries

It's the first company to build the mental position that has the upper hand, not the first company to make the product. IBM didn't invent the computer; Sperry Rand did. But IBM was the first to build the computer position in the prospect's mind. — Al Ries

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The centermost processes of the brain with which consciousness is presumably associated are simply not understood. They are so far beyond our comprehension that no one I know of has been able to imagine their nature. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The new way of thinking, spawned by the cognitive revolution, shows strong promise ... Reversing previous doctrine in science, the new paradigm affirms that the world we live in is driven not solely by mindless physical forces but, more crucially, by subjective human values. Human values become the underlying key to world change. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

To see a promising solution to a dilemma and then just leave it to questionable development at its own pace without trying to aid its implementation would seem a dereliction. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

The lost are never saved by confessing and the saved are never restored by believing. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

The Bible is not such a book a man would write if he could, or could write if he would. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

There probably is no more important quest in all science than the attempt to understand those very particular events in evolution by which brains worked out that special trick that has enabled them to add to the cosmic scheme of things: color, sound, pain, pleasure, and all the other facets of mental experience. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

True salvation is wholly a work of God. It is said to be both a finished work and a gift, and, therefore, it lays no obligation upon the saved one to complete it himself, or to make after payments of service for it. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

Infant baptism when practiced can be no more than an expression of the faith and hope of the parents that their child will ultimately be saved. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By James Gleick

Monod proposed an analogy: Just as the biosphere stands above the world of nonliving matter, so an "abstract kingdom" rises above the biosphere. The denizens of this kingdom? Ideas. Ideas have retained some of the properties of organisms. Like them, they tend to perpetuate their structure and to breed; they too can fuse, recombine, segregate their content; indeed they too can evolve, and in this evolution selection must surely play an important role. Ideas have "spreading power," he noted - "infectivity, as it were" - and some more than others. An example of an infectious idea might be a religious ideology that gains sway over a large group of people. The American neurophysiologist Roger Sperry had put forward a similar notion several years earlier, arguing that ideas are "just as real" as the neurons they inhabit. Ideas have power, he said. — James Gleick

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

When the brain is whole, the unified consciousness of the left and right hemispheres adds up to more than the individual properties of the separate hemispheres. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The grand design of nature perceived broadly in four dimensions, including the forces that move the universe and created man, with special focus on evolution in our own biosphere, is something intrinsically good that it is right to preserve and enhance, and wrong to destroy and degrade. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

The Satanic message for this age will be reformation and self-development, while the message of God is regeneration by the power of the spirit. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

Before brains there was no color or sound in the universe, nor was there any flavor or aroma and probably little sense and no feeling or emotion. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The upward thrust of evolution as part of the design becomes something to preserve and revere. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

His leading is only for those who are already committed to do as He may choose. To such it may be said: "God is able to speak loud enough to make a willing soul hear. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

(The mind's) dynamics transcend the time and space of brain physiology. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

Anyone can devise a plan by which good people may go to Heaven. Only God can devise a plan whereby sinners, who are His enemies, can go to Heaven. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry's thinking about subjective experience, consciousness, the mind, and human values makes a powerful plea for a new scientific examination of ethics in the workings of consciousness. These ideas were crystallized in his paper "The Impact and Promise of the Cognitive Revolution" (1993). — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

Futurists and common sense concur that a substantial change, worldwide, in life-style and moral guidelines will soon become an absolute necessity. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

In the present age, man proves his separation from his Creator by his spirit of self-sufficienc y and positive rejection of God. The present issue between God and man is one of whether man will accept God's estimate of him, abandon his hopeless self-struggle, and cast himself only on God who alone is sufficient to accomplish his needed transformation. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

Nothing could be more misdirected than a self-directed life. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The cells and fibers of the brain must carry some kind of individual identification tags, presumably cytochemical in nature, by which they are distinguished one from another almost, in many regions, to the level of the single neurons. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

The objective psychologist, hoping to get at the physiological side of behavior, is apt to plunge immediately into neurology trying to correlate brain activity with modes of experience ... The result in many cases only accentuates the gap between the total experience as studied by the psychologist and neural activity as analyzed by the neurologist. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Roger Wolcott Sperry

It seems important that the social value factor be more generally recognized as a powerful causal agent in its own right and something to be dealt with directly as such. No more critical task can be projected for the 1970s than that of seeking for civilized society a new, elevated set of value guidelines more suited to man's expanded numbers and new powers over nature, a frame of reference for value priorities that will act to secure and conserve our world instead of destroying it. — Roger Wolcott Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Jonathan Sperry

Basically, a case conceptualization is a method for understanding and explaining a client's concerns and for guiding the treatment process. It functions like a "bridge" to connect assessment and treatment with clinical outcomes. — Jonathan Sperry

Sperry Quotes By Lewis Sperry Chafer

It may be a secret sin on earth, but it is open scandal in heaven. — Lewis Sperry Chafer

Sperry Quotes By Michael Grant

Then, Zil and a half dozen of his crew swaggered into the plaza from the far side. Astrid clenched her jaw. Would the crowd turn on them? She almost hoped so. People thought because she wouldn't let Sam go after Zil she must not really despise the Human Crew's Leader. That was wrong. She hated Zil. Hated everything he had done and everything he had tried to do.
Edilio moved quickly between Zil and a few of the boys who had started toward him, sticks and knives at the ready.
Zil's kids were armed with knives and bats, and so were those who wanted to take them on. Edilio was armed with an assault rifle.
Astrid hated that this was what life so often came down to: my weapon is bigger than your weapon.
If Sam were here it would be about his hands. Everyone had either seen what Sam could do, or heard the stories retold in vivid detail. No one challenged Sam. — Michael Grant

Sperry Quotes By Dean Sperry

He (Abraham Lincoln) is one of the few men in history, our own history and all history, whose religion was great enough to bridge the gulfs between the sects, to encompass us all. — Dean Sperry