The greatest service that could be rendered the Christian peoples would be to convert them to Christianity.
And now this word to all of you: You should be like one big happy family, full of sympathy toward each other, loving one another with tender hearts and humble minds. (1 Peter 3:8)
The nearest in affection to the believers are those who say “We are Christians”. That is because there are priests and monks among them, and because they are not arrogant.
Christians believe they are thinking when they are only rearranging their prejudices.
Christianity is an appeal to selfishness. It is a promise of a great reward in the future which is bought with faith, obedience, time, effort, and money in the present.
Christians believe that the most wonderful thing that can happen to them is to go to Heaven, but few of them are in a hurry to make the trip.
I don’t understand Christianity, nor do I understand electricity, but I don’t intend to sit in the dark until I do!
Evangelism is defined as a starving man telling another starving man where to find bread.
A shipwrecked sailor, landing on a lonely beach, observed a gallows. “Thank God,” he exclaimed, “I am in a Christian country!”
We propose to you wars which carry with them the reward of glorious martyrdom, wars which assure the title to temporal and eternal glory. (after the capture of Jerusalem, proposing the formation of a Christian Knighthood)