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Harvey Cox Quotes

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I am dead against trying to keep religious conservatives out of the political debate. The tactic of exclusion is self-defeating  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Instead of a ‘Western Christianity,’ we now witness a post-Christian West (in Europe) and a post-Western Christianity (in the global South). America is somewhere in between  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Somewhere deep down we know that in the final analysis, we do decide things and that even our decisions to let someone else decide are really our decisions, however pusillanimous  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Not to decide is to decide  (Harvey Cox Quotes) The political is replacing the metaphysical as the characteristic mode of grasping reality  (Harvey Cox Quotes) The comic, more than the tragic, because it ignites hope, leads to more, not less, participation in the struggle for a just world  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Secularism is not only indifferent to alternative religious systems, but as a religious ideology it is opposed to any other religious systems. It is therefore a closed system  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Man must now assume the responsibility for his world. He can no longer shove it off on religious power  (Harvey Cox Quotes) What we are seeking so frantically elsewhere may turn out to be the horse we have been riding all along  (Harvey Cox Quotes) Sermons remain one of the last forms of public discourse where it is culturally forbidden to talk back  (Harvey Cox Quotes) All human beings have an innate need to hear and tell stories and to have a story to live by  (Harvey Cox Quotes)