Welcome to our collection of Religion quotes! Religion is a deeply personal and profound aspect of human culture that has shaped the beliefs, values, and rituals of countless societies throughout history. From the spiritual teachings of ancient civilizations to the modern practices of various faiths, religion has provided guidance, solace, and a sense of purpose for individuals around the world.
In this section, you will find a diverse range of quotes that explore different aspects of religion. Whether you are seeking inspiration, insight, or simply a deeper understanding of the beliefs that have influenced humanity, these quotes offer a glimpse into the rich tapestry of religious thought and spirituality.
From the wise words of religious leaders and scholars to the reflections of influential thinkers and philosophers, these quotes embody the complexities and diversity of religious experiences. They touch upon themes such as faith, love, forgiveness, tolerance, and the search for meaning in a world filled with both joy and suffering.
Explore this collection of Religion quotes and let the words of profound thinkers and spiritual luminaries guide you on your own personal journey, as you delve into the many facets of this fundamental aspect of human existence.
We had no churches, no religious organizations, no sabbath day, no holidays, and yet we worshiped. Sometimes the whole tribe would assemble to sing and pray; sometimes a smaller number, perhaps only two or three. The songs had a few words, but were not formal. The singer would occasionally put in such words as he wished instead of the usual tone sound. Sometimes we prayed in silence; sometimes each one prayed aloud; sometimes an aged person prayed for all of us. At other times one would rise and speak to us of our duties to each other and to Usen. Our services were short.
The character I play has all these revolutionary ideas. I think the classic thing is that majority people who are criticising it probably have never read the books, and need to. And I'm sure that the Catholic Church, which is being directed as you know, can handle it.
The word "religion" beautifully defines itself, of course. It translates "to bind" from the Latin--"re" means back and "ligare" means to tie up. All religions are straightjackets, jackets for the straight.
Possession and exorcism is something that’s in every religion and every culture. It’s a real primal fear: Is the body a vessel for our spirits? What happens if something else takes over it? Where does the spirit go?
I am not ashamed to be a Christian, and I am glad to know that the President of the United States is a Christian, for without the help of the Almighty I do not think he could rightly judge in ruling so many people. I have advised all of my people who are not Christians, to study that religion, because it seems to me the best religion in enabling one to live right.
If you are serious about your religion, if you really wish to commit yourself to the spiritual quest, you must learn how to use psychochemicals. Drugs are the religion of the twenty-first
century. Pursuing the religious life today without using psychedelic drugs is like studying astronomy with the naked eye because that's how they did it in the first century A.D., and besides
telescopes are unnatural.
America is a very religious nation. Not a mono-religious nation because there are many different strands of belief, but there's something about this nation that inspires people, or perhaps draws people, who are strongly idealistic.
Each religion has got their own way of making you feel like a victim. The Christians say "you are a sinner", and you better just zip up your trousers and give the money to the pope and we'll give you a room up in the hotel in the sky.
I just feel like the people who are discouraged about religion, it's [really] the connotation of people that go to church. People that go to church love the Lord and they like to be around people who love the Lord. It's a fellowship and it's a growth and it's a feeding for them that when they're in a social group of people who believe, it makes them grow spiritually.