Harvey Cox Quotes

Top 16 wise famous quotes and sayings by Harvey Cox

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Harvey Cox quotes: What we are seeking so frantically elsewhere may turn out to be the horse we have been riding all along. What we are seeking so frantically elsewhere may turn out to be the horse we have been riding all along.
Harvey Cox quotes: The political is replacing the metaphysical as the characteristic mode of grasping reality. The political is replacing the metaphysical as the characteristic mode of grasping reality.
Harvey Cox quotes: Your reach should always exceed your grasp. Your reach should always exceed your grasp.
Harvey Cox quotes: There is scarcely one figure in the entire Hebrew scripture we would want our children to emulate. There is scarcely one figure in the entire Hebrew scripture we would want our children to emulate.
Harvey Cox quotes: God laughs, it seems, because God knows how it all turns out in the end. God laughs, it seems, because God knows how it all turns out in the end.
Harvey Cox quotes: The real ecumenical crisis today is not between Catholics and Protestants but between traditional and experimental forms of church life. The real ecumenical crisis today is not between Catholics and Protestants but between traditional and experimental forms of church life.
Harvey Cox quotes: Once written, a classic text is like a bird released from its cage. It develops a life of its own. Its "meaning" is not locked in. Once written, a classic text is like a bird released from its cage. It develops a life of its own. Its "meaning" is not locked in.
Harvey Cox quotes: The dominant ethos of the twenty-first century consists of an intermingling of the sacred and the secular. The dominant ethos of the twenty-first century consists of an intermingling of the sacred and the secular.
Harvey Cox quotes: There has never been a better raconteur than Jesus of Nazareth. There has never been a better raconteur than Jesus of Nazareth.
Harvey Cox quotes: Not to decide is to decide. Not to decide is to decide.
Harvey Cox quotes: The difference between a "problem" and a "mystery" is that we may be able to "solve" a problem, but a mystery is something we have to live with. The difference between a "problem" and a "mystery" is that we may be able to "solve" a problem, but a mystery is something we have to live with.
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. The comic, more than the tragic, because it ignites hope, leads to more, not less, participation in the struggle for a just world.