Facts about Timothy Radcliffe

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Timothy Radcliffe is a famous Clergyman from England, he/she is 120 years old and still alive, born .

Our collection contains 25 quotes who is written / told by Timothy.

Famous quotes by Timothy Radcliffe (25)


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"To be frank, I suspect that today there is little respect for Christianity as source of moral teaching about goodness"
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"Most religions live from a narrative that shapes their relationship with the divine other, God or the gods, and with the human other, the stranger"
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"Indeed if we Christians so tell our story that Judaism is silenced, then we have not spoken rightly of Christ"
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"Celibacy is not just a matter of not having sex. It is a way of admiring a person for their humanity, maybe even for their beauty"
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"What can the Church do? If she stands by her moral teaching, then she will be seen as standing in judgement over a vast percentage of Europeans"
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"To be a preacher requires two apparently contradictory qualities: confidence and humility"
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"The unutterable violence of the Holocaust shook our confidence in the possibility of telling any story of faith at all"
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"At the centre of Christianity is community; we are gathered by the Lord around the altar"
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"We need a place in which we may flourish and be ourselves"
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"This evening I wish to suggest that we Christians should accompany people on their pilgrimages. Specifically we should travel with people as they search for the good, the true and the beautiful"
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"I believe that his death and resurrection transformed humanity's relationship with God"
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"Claiming that you have got the truth wrapped up does breed violence and intolerance"
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"We can identify with Frodo and Sam, setting off not knowing quite where they are going and what they are to do"
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"The next challenge for Christianity is to remind Europeans that we are called to seek the truth"
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"All the Abrahamic faiths are marked by violence"
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"One of our deepest needs is to be at home"
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"I believe that my own Christian faith does indeed make universal claims"
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"Clearly a big challenge for Christianity is how to remain in contact with the millions of people who look for God but do not come to Church"
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"Christians can bring peace to multi-religious Europe because we are able to understand the role of faith in the lives of other believers better than atheists"
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"The medieval Church believed that the resurrection of Christ marked a new time for all of humanity"
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"Seeking the good is not primarily about rules and commandments"
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"Our society has lost confidence in the power of reason, except perhaps scientific reason"
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"Thinking that morality is all about commandments is a relatively new way of thinking, since the Reformation"
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"The trouble is that after nine years as a Jack of all trades and Master of the Dominican Order, I have no expertise on anything except airports and exotic foods"
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"Despite all the lunacy of the last century, all the absurdity of war and genocide, we believe that humans being are rational and are made to seek the truth"


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