CHRISTLIEB, Theodore Quotes
(1833-1889), German theologian
An old mystic says somewhere, "God is an unutterable sigh in the innermost depths of the soul." With still greater justice, we may reverse the proposition, and say the soul is a never ending sigh after God.
What Christianity most needs in her antagonism with every form of unbelief, is holy living.
Infidelity grows strong under oppressive civil rule; weak under that which is just.