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Denominational Sayings By Frank Dobson: I am not against Muslim schools. But as I believe in integration, I think we I am not against Muslim schools. But as I believe in integration, I think we would be better off overall if we did not have denominational schools at all. — Frank Dobson
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Denominational Sayings By Bill Hamon: Each restorational advancement of the Army of the Lord has established denominational forts that are Each restorational advancement of the Army of the Lord has established denominational forts that are given responsibility to maintain the purity and power of that truth ... New recruits are now being drafted and trained and older soldiers and generals are being put through intensified training for the next advancement of the Church Army. They are being purified by the Baptism of Fire ... Are you ready? Where do you start? What will you do? A new government must be established, a new way of life for those millions of people. You are now ready to rule and reign on your overcomer's throne! — Bill Hamon
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Denominational Sayings By Eddie Gibbs: Probably after Vietnam and Watergate, there was an increasing distrust of institutions, so that Jesus Probably after Vietnam and Watergate, there was an increasing distrust of institutions, so that Jesus was still in, but the institutional church was no longer an attraction. So, I think that the dropping of the denominational label is to become more generic, less of a threat, less of a reminder of negative stereotypes if you've walked away from church. — Eddie Gibbs
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Denominational Sayings By Thomas Lewis: The person of the therapist is the converting catalyst, not his order or credo, not The person of the therapist is the converting catalyst, not his order or credo, not his spatial location in the room, not his exquisitely chosen words or denominational silences. So long as the rules of a therapeutic system do not hinder limbic transmission - a critical caveat - they remain inconsequential, neocortical distractions. The dispensable trappings of dogma may determine what a therapist thinks he is doing, what he talks about when he talks about therapy, but the agent of change is who he is. (187) — Thomas Lewis
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Denominational Sayings By Jensen Ackles: I consider myself a non-denominational Christian. I grew up in a Bible church and still I consider myself a non-denominational Christian. I grew up in a Bible church and still hold those beliefs very close to me. — Jensen Ackles
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Denominational Sayings By Steven Charleston: When we are unsure about what we believe, we truly stand naked before God, stripped When we are unsure about what we believe, we truly stand naked before God, stripped of those dogmas that we wear like denominational clothing to give us a sense of security. — Steven Charleston
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Denominational Sayings By David Hansen: The best and the most talented in the pastoral ministry and in denominational hierarchies harm The best and the most talented in the pastoral ministry and in denominational hierarchies harm themselves and harm the church most through their unrestrained ego and unwillingness to step off the high places. Sexual sin gets the press, but ego sin kills the church. — David Hansen
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Denominational Sayings By Edmund Barton: The difference between the denominational system and the public school system is all the difference The difference between the denominational system and the public school system is all the difference between bolstering them up on the one hand and letting them alone of the other. — Edmund Barton
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Denominational Sayings By Chuck Smith: Paul points out that some say, 'I'm of Paul,' while others say, 'I'm of Apollos.' Paul points out that some say, 'I'm of Paul,' while others say, 'I'm of Apollos.' He asked, 'Isn't that carnal?' But what's the difference between saying that or saying, 'I'm a Baptist,' 'I'm a Presbyterian,' 'I'm a Methodist,' 'I'm a Catholic'? I have found that the more spiritual a person becomes, the less denominational he is. We should realize that we're all part of the Body of Christ and that there aren't any real divisions in the Body. We're all one. — Chuck Smith
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Denominational Sayings By Keanu Reeves: I hope I get the bliss. And I know I'm going to have to work I hope I get the bliss. And I know I'm going to have to work for it. But I've got to say, really, I have no kind of, can I say "secular religiosity"? ... I don't have a denominational sight. — Keanu Reeves
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Denominational Sayings By T.D. Jakes: I'm not particularly political. I'm not particularly denominational. I'm not worried about any of that. I'm not particularly political. I'm not particularly denominational. I'm not worried about any of that. — T.D. Jakes
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Denominational Sayings By Thom Schultz: If we want any hope of reversing troubling church trends, especially among young people, we If we want any hope of reversing troubling church trends, especially among young people, we must focus not on tribal heritage, denominational branding, theological hair-splitting, or pharisaical purity. We must focus on Jesus - and his sacrificial love for us and all people. — Thom Schultz
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Denominational Sayings By Kelly Miller: Racial and denominational schools impart to the membership of their communities something which the general Racial and denominational schools impart to the membership of their communities something which the general educational institution is wholly unable to inculcate. — Kelly Miller
Denominational Sayings By Paul Washer: Right now if this preacher died he would go to heaven. Not because I spent Right now if this preacher died he would go to heaven. Not because I spent years in the jungles and the Andes Mountains of Peru. Not because of piety, devotion or bible study. Not because of denominational affiliation, baptism, or participation in the Lord's supper. If I died right now, I would go to heaven because two thousand years ago the Son of God shed His blood for this wretched man. And that is my hope. — Paul Washer
Denominational Sayings By Calvin Miller: Our problem is this: we usually discover him within some denominational or Christian ghetto. We Our problem is this: we usually discover him within some denominational or Christian ghetto. We meet him in a province and, having caught some little view, we paint him in smaller strokes. The Lion of Judah is reduced to something kittenish because our understanding cannot, at first, write larger definitions. — Calvin Miller
Denominational Sayings By Aiden Wilson Tozer: The God of the modern evangelical rarely astonishes anybody. He manages to stay pretty much The God of the modern evangelical rarely astonishes anybody. He manages to stay pretty much with the constitution. Never break our by-laws. He's a very well-behaved God and very denominational and very much like one of us ... we ask Him to help us when we're in trouble and look to Him to watch over us when we're asleep. The God of the modern evangelical isn't a God I could have much respect for. — Aiden Wilson Tozer
Denominational Sayings By Charles Haddon: For Christians to be linked in association with ministries who do not preach the gospel For Christians to be linked in association with ministries who do not preach the gospel of Christ is to incur moral guilt. A Union which can continue irrespective of whether its member churches belong to a common faith is not fulfilling any scriptural function. The preservation of a denominational association when it is powerless to discipline heretics cannot be justified on the grounds of the preservation of 'Christian unity' ... It is error which breaks the unity of churches, and to remain in a denominational alignment which condones error is to support schism. — Charles Haddon
Denominational Sayings By Joyce Meyer: Now whether you like it or not, whether you want to admit it or not, Now whether you like it or not, whether you want to admit it or not, whether you want to operate on it or not, you are made the righteousness of God in Jesus Christ. Most people who go to denominational churches never ever hear that! They never hear it! Never! All I was ever taught to say was, 'I'm a poor, miserable sinner.' I am not poor, I am not miserable and I am not a sinner. That is a lie from the pit of hell. That is what I was and if I still am then Jesus died in vain. Amen? — Joyce Meyer
Denominational Sayings By Mark A. Noll: As shown in the splendid recent biography by Harry Stout, Whitefield's style - popular preaching As shown in the splendid recent biography by Harry Stout, Whitefield's style - popular preaching aimed at emotional response - has continued to shape American evangelicalism long after Whitefield's specific theology (he was a Calvinist), his denominational origins (he was an Anglican), and his rank (he was a clergyman) are long since forgotten.65 — Mark A. Noll
Denominational Sayings By J.D. Salinger: They sang without instrumental accompanimentor, more accurately in their case, without any interference. Their voices They sang without instrumental accompaniment
or, more accurately in their case, without any interference. Their voices were melodious and unsentimental, almost to the point where a somewhat more denominational man than myself might, without straining, have experienced levitation. A couple of the very youngest children dragged the tempo a trifle, but in a way that only the composer's mother could have found fault with. — J.D. Salinger
Denominational Sayings By Noah Feldman: Our post-denominational age should be the perfect time for a Mormon to become president, or Our post-denominational age should be the perfect time for a Mormon to become president, or at least the Republican nominee. Mormons share nearly all the conservative commitments so beloved of the evangelicals who wield disproportionate influence in primary elections. — Noah Feldman
Denominational Sayings By Iain H. Murray: Furthermore, unlike so many of his evangelical contemporaries he did not hold the view that Furthermore, unlike so many of his evangelical contemporaries he did not hold the view that the various inter-denominational youth movements represented the most hopeful field of labour; indeed his doctrine of the church left him with little sympathy for that attitude. — Iain H. Murray
Denominational Sayings By Stanislav Grof: An important consequence of freeing oneself from the fear of death is a radical opening An important consequence of freeing oneself from the fear of death is a radical opening to spirituality of a universal and non-denominational type. — Stanislav Grof
Denominational Sayings By Larry The Cable Guy: My dad was a non-denominational preacher, actually a Congregationalist which is really where all congregations My dad was a non-denominational preacher, actually a Congregationalist which is really where all congregations come to congregate. That's why it's called a Congregationalist. Later on in life, he just became a non-denominational preacher, kind of a fire and brimstone type guy. That's how I grew up. — Larry The Cable Guy
Denominational Sayings By Mark Twain: Mark Twain, cynical about so much else, has a particular reverence in the Holy Land Mark Twain, cynical about so much else, has a particular reverence in the Holy Land for "sitting where a god has stood". What flabbergasted him was that his traveling companions would be in such a sanctified environment and winter what they saw according to other writers or their denominational background instead their own experience with the holy. — Mark Twain
Denominational Sayings By Michael O'Brien: I knew there would be some controversy over the 'Potter' series between religious people and I knew there would be some controversy over the 'Potter' series between religious people and secular-minded people - that was inevitable - what astonished me and continues to astonish me is the intense controversy that erupted very early on among Christians themselves, in all the churches. It cuts across every denominational line. — Michael O'Brien
Denominational Sayings By Alvin E. Miller Sr.: As for me, I would rather be wrong for doing right than to be right As for me, I would rather be wrong for doing right than to be right while doing wrong. In other words, obey God rather than the cultural mores, denominational standards, religious traditions, and theological interpretations and practices. Sometimes society norms will try to make you think you are wrong when you are right. Other times, you may even be persecuted for doing the right things in the eyes of God. Whichever way the tides turn, you just have to be prepared to stand on holy ground for God. — Alvin E. Miller Sr.
Denominational Sayings By Kristin Davis: I probably believe in God in a non-denominational way. I probably believe in God in a non-denominational way. — Kristin Davis
Denominational Sayings By Barbara Brown Taylor: The value for me being in a mainline tradition is history and memory, which is The value for me being in a mainline tradition is history and memory, which is not just Christian tradition but denominational tradition, and characters, you know, with real distinct flavors of ways to be Christian. — Barbara Brown Taylor
Denominational Sayings By Junot Diaz: I mean, look, we're living in a country where you can't have a non-denominational response. I mean, look, we're living in a country where you can't have a non-denominational response. If you're slightly critical of either party, all of the partisans jump on you like you're a lunatic. — Junot Diaz
Denominational Sayings By Adolf Hitler: Just as a man's denominational orientation is the result of upbringing, and only the religious Just as a man's denominational orientation is the result of upbringing, and only the religious need as such slumbers in his soul, the political opinion of the masses represents nothing but the final result of an incredibly tenacious and thorough manipulation of their mind and soul. — Adolf Hitler
Denominational Sayings By Mark Steele: After all, the Beatitudes don't tend to look a lot like modern Christianity. We choose After all, the Beatitudes don't tend to look a lot like modern Christianity. We choose a political team. We select a denominational preference. We hitch our cart to a branch of philosophy. Anyone that disagrees is quickly and succinctly judged, and simultaneously disregarded as worthless. Big problem with that approach. We are supposed to be loving those who don't agree with us to Jesus - and you can't love those whom you deem worthless. — Mark Steele
Denominational Sayings By Shane Claiborne: We know the Church wasn't born 200 years ago. It's encouraging to see some of We know the Church wasn't born 200 years ago. It's encouraging to see some of the post-denominational churches actually wanting to reconnect with the story and the prayer life of the larger Church. — Shane Claiborne
Denominational Sayings By Samuel Barnett: I have my own faith which I've developed. It's non-denominational. I don't even know if I have my own faith which I've developed. It's non-denominational. I don't even know if it's about God. — Samuel Barnett
Denominational Sayings By Mos Def: That idea of peace and love toward humanity shouldn't be nationalistic or denominational. It should That idea of peace and love toward humanity shouldn't be nationalistic or denominational. It should be a chief concern for all mankind. — Mos Def
Denominational Sayings By Namsoon Kang: One should regard one's religious or denominational affiliation as a point of departure, a point One should regard one's religious or denominational affiliation as a point of departure, a point of entry, not the point of arrival because on cannot confine God to a particular religion or faith tradition, and therefore should not claim one's exclusive ownership of God. Regarding one's religious or denominational affiliation as accidentality; not as inevitability, is important in religious discourse and practice because such a sense of accidentality of one's affiliation allows a space of alterity of reciprocal contestation and challenge, and a space of planetary gaze that sees others as fellow human beings, regardless. — Namsoon Kang
Denominational Sayings By Tom Harpur: In a real world, the one outside the rarified atmosphere where Popes meet Archbishops of In a real world, the one outside the rarified atmosphere where Popes meet Archbishops of Canterbury, people no longer care whether somebody is an Anglican or a Roman Catholic. They already take it for granted that being a "believer" is more important than having a denominational name-tag any day of the week. — Tom Harpur
Denominational Sayings By John D. Rockefeller: I shall use such influence as I have in emphasizing the basic truths common to I shall use such influence as I have in emphasizing the basic truths common to all denominations, in lowering denominational barriers and in promoting effective cooperation among Christians of whatever creed. — John D. Rockefeller
Denominational Sayings By Charles M. Schulz: Who are you writing to, Linus?""This is the time of year to write to the Who are you writing to, Linus?"
"This is the time of year to write to the Great Pumpkin. On Halloween Night, the Great Pumpkin rises out of his pumpkin patch and flies through the air with his bag of toys for all the children!"
"You must be crazy! When are you going to stop believing in something that isn't true?"
"When *you* stop believing in that fellow with a red suit and the white beard who goes, 'Ho, ho, ho!'"
"We're obviously separated by denominational differences. — Charles M. Schulz
Denominational Sayings By Joe Carnahan: I don't know if I'm the most religious guy, but I think I'm a spiritual I don't know if I'm the most religious guy, but I think I'm a spiritual man, and these are the things I think about a lot. In terms of the film, I think 'The Grey' is very much a non-denominational kind of film. I don't think it's something that relies on a particular religious bent to tell the story. — Joe Carnahan
Denominational Sayings By Russell D. Moore: The temptation for a new generation, however, could be to see Baptist identity as a The temptation for a new generation, however, could be to see Baptist identity as a nuisance in the quest for converts. The effort to minimize an offensive "denominational brand name" will be counterproductive if we produce a generation of "anonymous Baptists," those whom we believe cannot handle the truth about Christ's design for His church. It will be tragic indeed if a future Broadman and Holman catalog includes a book titled, "Why I Am a Community Church (SBC) member."
But it will be equally tragic if the volume is titled, "Why I Want to Be a Presbyterian, but the Bible Won't Let Me. — Russell D. Moore
Denominational Sayings By David Holdsworth: What if we who follow Jesus worked as one unit? What if we put aside What if we who follow Jesus worked as one unit? What if we put aside the slight doctrinal differences, the denominational/movement mentality? What if we saw it as it truly will be one day - people of every tribe, kindred, tongue and nation united in one common cause! What if we all stood as one powerful resounding force against all oppression and wickedness and for all righteousness, peace and love. What if we were a city on a hill, a light that cannot be hidden. What if....what if? — David Holdsworth
Denominational Sayings By J.D. Salinger: Their voices were melodious and unsentimental, almost to the point where a somewhat more denominational Their voices were melodious and unsentimental, almost to the point where a somewhat more denominational man than myself might, without straining, have experienced levitation. — J.D. Salinger
Denominational Sayings By Stanley Hauerwas: I am an enthusiastic participant in a church, but I have never been particularly concerned I am an enthusiastic participant in a church, but I have never been particularly concerned with denominational identity. — Stanley Hauerwas
Denominational Sayings By Harold L. Senkbeil: The new Babylonian captivity is what we have done to ourselves, namely, the strange fascination The new Babylonian captivity is what we have done to ourselves, namely, the strange fascination with our contemporary culture evident across denominational and confessional lines. — Harold L. Senkbeil
Denominational Sayings By John Clayton: The denominational world tries to pressure its members to focus on the birth of Christ, The denominational world tries to pressure its members to focus on the birth of Christ, but in doing so layers of guilt are imposed, and competition gets complicated as one Christmas program tries to outdo the other. — John Clayton
Denominational Sayings By Tony Evans: What is the kingdom solution to divisions in the body of Christ along class, cultural, What is the kingdom solution to divisions in the body of Christ along class, cultural, racial, and denominational lines? Be committed to the truth. — Tony Evans
Denominational Sayings By Joy Moore: There remains a problem with race in America because of the church's failure to understand There remains a problem with race in America because of the church's failure to understand the issues from a biblical perspective."

"Rather than being called into a different community by Scripture, we see our broken communities as justified by Scripture."

"Rather than challenge the worldly status quo, religious groups perpetuate stereotypes, sectarianism, and schisms when accepting ethnic denominational identities- inverting Pentecost by reading in multiple languages unrecognized by listeners and offering separate worship services according to musical preference."

"Ultimately, our aim is to draw attention to the biblical narrative from which comes to the strength for the long road of reconciliation. — Joy Moore