Religion Quotes

Philosophy is a bully that talks loud when the danger is at a distant; but, the moment she is pressed hard by an enemy, she is nowhere to be found and leaves the brunt of the battle to be fought by her steady, humble comrade, religion.

Charles Caleb Colton

Religion should be a source for reconciliation, for tolerance and for empathy.

Charles Kimball

Religion is a man using a divining rod. Philosophy is a man using a pick and shovel

Unknown

Philosophy is questions that may never be answered. Religion is answers that may never be questioned

Unknown

This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness

Dalai Lama

Next to religion, baseball has furnished a greater impact on American life than any other institution

Herbert Hoover

I can't talk religion to a man with bodily hunger in his eyes.

George Bernard Shaw

Baseball is more than a game to me, it's a religion

Bill Klem

Football has taken the place of religion in Scotland.

Robin Jenkins

Patriotism is a kind of religion; it is the egg from which wars are hatched.

Guy de Maupassant

The more powerful and original a mind, the more it will incline towards the religion of solitude.

Aldous Huxley

Religion is for people who are scared to go to hell. Spirituality is for people who have already been there.

Bonnie Raitt

What she didn't understand, she being spiritual and seeing religion as spirit, was that it took religion to save me from the spirit world, from orbiting the earth like Lucifer and the angels, that it took nothing less than touching the thread off the misty interstates and eating Christ himself to make me mortal man again and let me inhabit my own flesh and love her in the morning.

Walker Percy

Whoever is a hypocrite in his religion mocks God, presenting to Him the outside and reserving the inward for his enemy.

Jeremy Taylor

Surely the mischief of hypocrisy can never be enough inveighed against. When religion is in request, it is the chief malady of the church, and numbers die of it; though because it is a subtle and inward evil, it be little perceived. It is to be feared there are many sick of it, that look well and comely in God's outward worship, and they may pass well in good weather, in times of peace; but days of adversity are days of trial.

Joseph Hall
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