David Friedrich Strauss Famous Quotes & Sayings

7 David Friedrich Strauss Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The supernatural birth of Christ, his miracles, his resurrection and ascension, remain eternal truths, whatever doubts may be cast on their reality as historical facts. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: The supernatural birth of Christ, his miracles, his resurrection and ascension, remain eternal truths, whatever
After the privatization of public education everyone will get to choose a school that reflects only your own social values. No need for the competition of ideas or critical thinking. So the curriculum will be up to the school to determine. I am certain that the growing percentage of us who have McJobs will welcome this opportunity to spend a large portion of our income on education and choose an ideology at the same time. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: After the privatization of public education everyone will get to choose a school that reflects
For productive collaboration adopt five principles: involve the relevant stakeholders, build consensus phase by phase, design a process map, designate a process facilitator and harness the power of group memory. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: For productive collaboration adopt five principles: involve the relevant stakeholders, build consensus phase by phase,
Centre of the centre, the real heart of Christianity as it has been until now. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: Centre of the centre, the real heart of Christianity as it has been until now.
If God and man are in themselves one, and if religion is the human side of this unity then must this unity be made evident to man in religion, and become in him consciousness and reality. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: If God and man are in themselves one, and if religion is the human side
If there be a mind that, not perceiving in the narratives we have compared the fingermarks of tradition, and hence the legendary character of these evangelical anecdotes, still leans to the historical interpretation, whether natural or supernatural; that mind must be alike ignorant of the true character both of legend and of history, of the natural and the supernatural. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: If there be a mind that, not perceiving in the narratives we have compared the
The designation of the locality in one excludes the appearances narrated by the rest; the determination of time in another leaves no space for the narratives of his fellow-evangelists; the enumeration of a third is given without any regard to the events reported by his predecessors; lastly, among several appearances recounted by various narrators, each claims to be the last, and yet has nothing in common with the others. Hence nothing but wilful blindness can prevent the perception that no one of the narrators knew and presupposed what another records. David Friedrich Strauss Sayings: The designation of the locality in one excludes the appearances narrated by the rest; the