In this post, you will find great Eric Metaxas Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I guess I’m concerned that vulgarity has now officially entered the mainstream of our culture, and I think people have to respectfully stand up and say, ‘No thanks.’
Six-hundred-page biographies of German theologians aren’t known to fly off the shelves.
For at least a decade, Millennials have been stereotyped as lazy, entitled, and stuck on social media. While that may not be entirely fair, they are notoriously liberal, overwhelmingly supporting left-leaning candidates and favoring policies like nationalized healthcare and same-sex ‘marriage.’
Young men, more than anything, need good role models in their lives.
All of us, believers and non-believers, desire some kind of fellowship and connection.
Being an American is something we need to learn and understand.
America is fundamentally exceptional. No one in the history of the world had ever done anything to compare with what the Founders did, creating a fragile mechanism by which men and women could actually govern themselves.
Whether one believes in miracles or the miraculous has mostly to do with the presuppositions one brings to the subject.
The freedoms we have enjoyed in America – and spread around the world – are incredibly fragile freedoms.
Wilberforce, because of his faith, stood up for African slaves. Bonhoeffer, because of his faith, stood up for Jews. That’s Christianity to me.
Thankfully, forgiveness, and the healing it brings in its wake, has nothing to do with ‘deserve.’
The logical conclusion of relativism is absurdity. Non-sense. A worldview that undermines its own premises.
Restricting the religious impulses of Americans is precisely like killing free enterprise with too many regulations.
I’m willing to give Pat Robertson a pass when he says things he shouldn’t. That’s because for every wacky, regrettable thing he says, he does a hundred thousand non-wacky good things that you’ll never hear about on television.
The power of forgiveness transcends personal relationships.
Even if you aren’t a believer, there are incredible stories in the ‘good book‘ that I guarantee you will keep you glued to the page. The Bible is no less a part of our cultural heritage than Shakespeare is – and by the way, Shakespeare’s plays are absolutely loaded with Biblical references.
The only leader America should ever have is someone who understands that the people are the government.
Everyone needs to stop and breathe and look at how redefining marriage will have a hugely chilling effect on religious liberty in America.
Thinking about the sins of others give us a feeling of moral superiority. But thinking about our own sins is a humbling experience, which is generally much less fun.
I think most people have no idea about what religious freedom means.
Women are, I think, moved by the idea that self-sacrifice is noble and can be the source of great joy.
Doesn’t assuming that an intelligence created these perfect conditions require far less faith than believing that a life-sustaining Earth just happened to beat the inconceivable odds to come into being?
People everywhere see the True, the Beautiful, and the Good and long to know their source. And, thank God, He has revealed Himself!
Men and women are complements to each other, physically and otherwise.
Trump errs on the side of bluster sometimes for effect, but I don’t think that the people who voted for him, most of them, would ever be for not caring for immigrants or refugees. People in the church know it’s our obligation.
Donald Trump’s rise is certainly a symptom of our fading virtue and faith, but ironically, he may well be our only hope for finding our way back to bolder expressions of them.