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77,032.  There art two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness.  (Impatience & Laziness & Sins)  Franz Kafka

 

 

165.  The real attitude of sin in the heart towards God is that of being without God; it is pride, the worship of myself, that is the great atheistic fact in human life.  (God & Sin & Atheist)  Oswald Chambers

 

 

215.  God: the most popular scapegoat for our sins.  (God & Sins)  Mark Twain

 

 

223.  If I were to construct a God I would furnish Him with some way and qualities and characteristics which the Present lacks.  He would not stoop to ask for any man's compliments, praises, flatteries; and He would be far above exacting them.  I would have Him as self-respecting as the better sort of man in these regards.

 

He would not be a merchant, a trader.  He would not buy these things.  He would not sell, or offer to sell, temporary benefits of the joys of eternity for the product called worship.  I would have Him as dignified as the better sort of man in this regard.

 

He would value no love but the love born of kindnesses conferred; not that born of benevolences contracted for.  Repentance in a man’s heart for a wrong done would cancel and annul that sin; and no verbal prayers for forgiveness be required or desired or expected of that man.

 

In His Bible there would be no Unforgiveable Sin.  He would recognize in Himself the Author and Inventor of Sin and Author and Inventor of the Vehicle and Appliances for its commission; and would place the whole responsibility where it would of right belong: upon Himself, the only Sinner.

 

He would not be a jealous God – a trait so small that even men despise it in each other.

 

He would not boast.

 

He would keep private Hs admirations of Himself; He would regard self-praise as unbecoming the dignity of his position.

 

He would not have the spirit of vengeance in His heart.  Then it would not issue from His lips.

 

There would not be any hell – except the one we live in from the cradle to the grave.

 

There would not be any heaven – the kind described in the world's Bibles.

 

He would spend some of His eternities in trying to forgive Himself for making man unhappy when he could have made him happy with the same effort and he would spend the rest of them in studying astronomy.  (God & Praise & Worship & Forgiveness & Sin & Jealousy & Hell & Heaven & Unhappy)  Mark Twain, notebook

 

 

58,541.  There are many scapegoats for our sins, but the most popular one is Providence.  Mark Twain, notebook 1898

 

 

240.  If God wanted to forgive our sins, why not just forgive them?  Who is God trying to impress?  (Faith & Religion & God & Forgiveness & Sins)  Professor Richard Dawkins, The Root of All Evil? The Virus of Faith 

 

 

556.  Not only does religion fail to stop people sinning, it also forces them to live a lie.  (Religion & Sin & Lie)  Richard Dawkins, Sex, Death and The Meaning of Life I: Sin, Channel 4 2012

 

 

12,391.  Why 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?

 

 

95,754.  What kind of ethical philosophy is it that condemns every child, even before it is born, to inherit the sin of a remote ancestor?  (Bible & New Testament & Sin & Ethics & Philosophy)  Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion p251

 

95,757.  Christian focus is overwhelmingly on sin sin sin sin sin sin sin.  What a nasty little preoccupation to have dominating your life.  ibid.  p252

 

95,758.  I have described atonement, the central doctrine of Christianity, as vicious, sadomasochistic and repellent.  We should also dismiss it as barking mad, but for its ubiquitous familiarity which has dulled our objectivity.  (Sin & Doctrine & Christianity)  ibid.  p253 

 

95,759.  If God wanted to forgive our sins, why not just forgive them, without having himself tortured and executed in payment?  ibid.  p253

 

 

107,292.  The idea that we are born in sin and the only way we can be redeemed from sin is through the death of Jesus - it’s a horrible idea …  Richard Dawkins vs Cardinal George Pell, Q&A ABC TV 2012

 

 

316.  I count religion but a childish toy,

And hold there is no sin but ignorance.  (Religion & Sin & Ignorance)  Christopher Marlowe, The Jew of Malta

 

 

427.  I remember, on this matter, the wish made once by an ignorant, uneducated man … He said he wished … that all the great men in the world and all the nobility could be hanged, and strangled with the guts of the last priest … I wish I could have the strength of Hercules to purge the world of all vice and sin, and to have the pleasure of destroying all those monsters of error and sin [priests] who make all the peoples of the world groan so pitiably.   (Religion & Sin)  Jean Meslier

 

 

762.  The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence.  (Belief & Sin & Mind & Evidence)  Thomas Huxley

 

 

992.  Songs: Can’t Win With Original Sin & Nothing Fails Like Prayer.  (Faith & Sin & Prayer)  Dan Barker, Losing Faith in Faith, co-president Freedom From Religion Foundation, lecture 2001

 

 

2,382.  The physicists have known sin; and this is a knowledge which they cannot lose.  (Science & Physics & Knowledge & Sin & Nuclear & Atom)  J Robert Oppenheimer, MIT lecture 25th November 1947

 

 

4,230.  To err is human, but it feels divine.  (Human Being & Sin & Feeling)  Mae West

 

 

4,273.  Humanity is the sin of God.  (Humanity & Sin)  Theodore Parker

 

 

58,493.  Commit

The oldest sins the newest kind of ways.  William Shakespeare, II Henry IV IV v 124

 

 

7,119.  I’ll read enough

When I do see the very book indeed

Where all my sins are writ, and that’s myself.  (Read & Sin)  William Shakespeare, Richard II IV i 263-265, Richard to Northumberland

 

62,635.  The time shall not be many hours of age

More than it is ere foul sin, gathering head,

Shall break into corruption.  (Age & Sin)  ibid.  II V i 57-59, Richard to Northumberland

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