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11,889.  Why would God prefer one sacrifice to another?  One brother to another?  (Cain & Abel & Sacrifice & Murder & Old Testament & Bible)  Riddles of the Bible s1e15: Cain & Abel

 

 

11,903.  If I was told to sacrifice them to prove my devotion to God, if I was told to do what all monotheists are told to do and admire the man who said, Yes I’ll gun my kid to show my love of God, I’d say, No – fuck you.  (Abraham & Bible & Old Testament & Sacrifice)  Christopher Hitchens

 

 

12,734.  I’m told I have to have a share in this human sacrifice even though it took place long before I was born.  I had no say in it happening.  I wasn’t consulted about it.  Had I been present I would have been bound to do my best to stop the public torture and execution of the eccentric teacher.  (Christianity & Jesus & Sacrifice)  Christopher Hitchens v Alister McGrath, Georgetown University Washington, 2007

 

 

58,503.  Is it moral for example to tell children – to tell anybody – that their sins can be forgiven them because of a human sacrifice in which they had no say; in which if they had had any children say, they would want it stopped?  (Sin & Sacrifice)  Christopher Hitchens, Freedom from Religion Foundation 2007

 

 

12,737.  I would submit that the doctrine of vicarious redemption by human sacrifice is utterly immoral ... Compulsory love is another sickly element of Christianity ... I’m told that I have to have a share in this human sacrifice.   (Christianity & Jesus & Sacrifice)  Christopher Hitchens

 

 

11,909.  Abraham was perhaps the first human being to believe in the concept of one God.  Yet how could Abraham consent to sacrifice his own son?  (Abraham & Bible & Old Testament & Sacrifice)  Mysteries of the Bible: Abraham: One Man, One God s2e2

 

 

12,391.  Why’s didn’t he just forgive them?  Why was it necessary to have a human sacrifice?  To have His son tortured and executed in order that the sins of mankind should be absolved?  Is that not the most disgusting idea you ever heard?  (Jesus & Sins & Sacrifice)  Professor Richard Dawkins, interview Nicky Campbell, Big Questions: Is the Bible Still Relevant Today?

 

 

12,476.  There are some people in the early movement saying, Wait a minute – if you say Jesus died for your sins and God wouldn’t forgive you without that, is God demanding human sacrifice?  What kind of God is this?  (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Sins & Sacrifice)  Professor Elaine Pagels, Princeton University

 

 

12,752.  Christians are not obsessed with blood sacrifice any more.  Except they are.  (Christianity & Sacrifice)  The God Who Wasn’t There 2005, director & producer Brian Flemming

 

 

21,066.  Too long a sacrifice maketh a storm of the heart.  (GBH Films & Sacrifice)  Safe House 2012 starring Denzel Washington & Ryan Reynolds & Brendan Gleeson & Vera Farmiga & Sam Shephard & Ruben Blades & Nora Arnezeder & Robert Patrick & Liam Cunningham et al, director Daniel Espinosa, Tobin

 

 

26,386.  We are lost!  They have thrown us into the furnace, without rations, almost without ammunition.  We were the last resources; they have sacrificed us ... Our sacrifice will be in vain.  (World War I & Sacrifice)  Sergeant Paul Dubrulle, Verdun 1916

 

 

58,089.  The Temple became the scene for a much darker series of offerings.  (Pyramid & Peru & Sacrifice)  Lost Cities of the Ancients: The Cursed Valley of the Pyramids

 

58,090.  The killing was soon to begin.  The one hundred and nineteen skeletons themselves give us a detailed description of what it would have been like to be ritually executed outside the temple ... Finally the victim’s heart was cut out.   But the sacrifice didn’t stop the Spanish advance.  (Pyramid & Peru & Sacrifice)  ibid.

 

 

64,392.  Historical records show that human sacrifice played a central role in Aztec culture.  It is thought that they practised it on an unprecedented scale.  Could the bodies at Zultepec have met the same fate?  Or is there something even darker behind their demise?  (Aztec & South America & Sacrifice & Central America & Mexico)  The Aztec Massacre

 

 

64,396.  The Aztecs practised human sacrifice on an almost industrial scale.  Spanish Conquistadors reported that they could smell the abattoir stench of the temples long before they could see them.  The Aztec’s insatiable thirst for human blood is both unique and terrifying.  (Aztec & Central America & Sacrifice & Mexico)  Professor Robert Winston, The Story of God

 

 

64,411.  No-one knows exactly how many human sacrifices in any given year.  (Aztec & Central America & Sacrifice)  Dan Snow, Montezuma, BBC 2009

 

 

81,679.  Racing is a great mania to which one must sacrifice everything, without reticence, without hesitation.  (Motor Racing & Sacrifice)  Enzo Ferrari

 

 

27,556.  Let us be sacrificers, but not butchers, Caius,

We all stand up against the spirit of Caesar,

And in the spirit of men there is no blood ...

Let’s carve him as a dish fit for the gods,

Not hew him as a carcass fit for hounds.  (Assassination & Rome & Sacrifice)  William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar II i 166-168 & 173-174

 

 

87,427.  Upon such sacrifices, my Cordelia,

The gods themselves throw incense.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear V iii 20-21, Lear

 

 

87,428.  A woman can forgive a man for the harm he does her, but she can never forgive him for the sacrifices he makes on her account.  W Somerset Maugham

 

 

87,429.  A sacrifice is pure when it is an offering of adoration in harmony with the holy law, with no expectation of a reward, and with the heart saying ‘it is my duty’.  Bhagavad Gita: Krishna's Dialogue on the Soul 17:11

 

 

54,147.  He that sacrificeth unto any god, save unto the Lord only, he shall be utterly destroyed.  (God’s Fascism & Sacrifice & Gods)  Exodus 22:20

 

 

57,242.  Truly I say to you, Judas, you will exceed all of them.  For you will sacrifice the man that clothes me.  (Jesus & Apocrypha & Judas & Sacrifice)  Gospel of Judas 56

 

 

87,430.  I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God.  Romans 12:1

 

 

87,431.  Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us.  I Corinthians 5:7

 

 

87,432.  Too long a sacrifice

Can make a stone of the heart.

O when may it suffice?  William Butler Yeats, Easter 1916

 

 

87,433.  Sacrifice to the Graces.  Diogenes Laertius

 

 

87,434.  The ancients recommended us to sacrifice to the Graces, but Milton sacrificed to the Devil.  Voltaire, Of Milton's Genius

 

 

87,974.  Selfish – a judgment readily passed by those who have never tested their own power of sacrifice.  (Selfish & Sacrifice)  George Eliot  

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