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I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God. That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic — on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg — or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God, but let us not come with any patronising nonsense about his being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to. (Mere Christianity, 1952 p.43, C.S. Lewis)

"[Jesus] picked up twelve men from the bottom ranks of business and forged them into an organization that conquered the world."  Bruce Barton

"What would happen if God laid aside one of His attributes for one second to become man? This is an excellent starting point for studying the current crisis among Christians in our understanding of the person of Christ." R.C. Sproul  

All my theology is reduced to this narrow compass--"Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners."  Archibald Alexander

"Comparative theology testifies that Jesus Christ, who is not less truly the incarnation of the Christian's theology than of the Christian's God, is indeed the desire of the nations, but not their product, their invention, or their discovery."  George D.B. Pepper

"This is faith: a renoucing of everything we are apt to call our own and relying wholly upon the blood, righteousness and intercession of Jesus." John Newton, English author and composer

"In the church of Jesus Christ there should be no non-theologians. " Karl Barth, Swiss Theologian

"Jesus, like any good fisherman, first catches the fish: then He cleans them." Mark Potter, British Court Judge

"John Newton's tombstone reads, 'John Newton, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine, a servant of slaves in Africa, was, by the rich mercy of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, preserved, restored, pardoned, and appointed to preach the faith he had long labored to destroy." John Newton, author of Amazing Grace.

"Many people mistake our work for our vocation. Our vocation is the love of Jesus."  Mother Theresa of Calcutta

"The dearest friend on earth is a mere shadow compared to Jesus Christ."  Oswald Chambers

" I can say that I never knew what joy was like until I gave up pursuing happiness, or cared to live until I chose to die. For those two discoveries I am beholden to Jesus."  Malcolm Muggeridge

"Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne, and myself founded empires; but what foundation did we rest the creations of our genius? Upon force. Jesus Christ founded an empire on love, and a this hour  millions of men would die for Him."  Napoleon Bonaparte, French General, Politician, and Emperor. 1769-1821

"No man ever loved like Jesus. He taught the blind to see and the dumb to speak. He died on the cross to save us. He bore our sins. And now God says, 'Because He did, I can forgive you." Billy Graham, American Evangelist

"It is one of the ironies of the ministry that the very man who works in God's name is often hardest put to find time for God. The parents of Jesus lost Him at chuurch, and they were not the last ones to lose Him there."  Vance Havner American Baptist preacher

"The most pressing question on the problem of faith is whether a man as a civilized being...can believe in the divinity of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, for therein rests the whole of our faith."  Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Russian Novelist and Writer 1821-1881

“Jesus knows our world. He does not disdain us like the God of Aristotle. We can speak to Him and He answers us. Although He is a person like ourselves, He is God and transcends all things.” (Carrel 1952, Chap. 6, Part 7). ALEXIS CARREL, Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology

“Our hearts remain full of unseen idols until we are stretched on the wood of the Cross with Christ, until we cease trying to nourish ourselves and our desires, and give ourselves completely to the poor, to the needy, to the suffering members of Christ’s body throughout the world.” (Mauriac, Notre Dame, 1964).    FRANCOIS MAURIAC, Nobel Laureate in Literature

“Charity begins today. Today somebody is suffering, today somebody is in the street, today somebody is hungry. Our work is for today, yesterday has gone, tomorrow has not yet come - today, we have only today to make Jesus known, loved, served, fed, clothed, sheltered, etc. Today - do not to wait for tomorrow. Tomorrow might not come. Tomorrow we will not have them if we do not feed them today.” (Mother Teresa 1991).
“Christ has come to bring the good news for you and for me. And as if that was not enough - it was not enough to become a man - He died on the cross to show that greater love, and He died for you and for me and for that leper and for that man dying of hunger and that naked person lying in the street not only of Calcutta, but of Africa, and New York, and London, and Oslo - and insisted that we love one another as He loves each one of us.” (Mother Teresa, as cited in Thee 1995, 499). 
MOTHER TERESA, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

“If there is any place on earth where earthly distinctions vanish it is in the church, in the presence of God. The nearer the people get to the heart of Christ, the nearer they get to each other, irrespective of earthly conditions.” (Theodore Roosevelt, The Free Citizen, New York, The Macmillan Company, Hermann Hagedorn - editor, 1956, p. 31).  THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

“The Scriptures clearly teach that if men are to be saved they must be saved through Christ. He alone can deliver them from the power of sin and its penalty. His death made salvation possible.
The Word of God sets forth the conditions of salvation. God has chosen to have these conditions made known through human instruments. Christians have a duty to preach Christ to every creature. The burning question for every Christian then is: Shall hundreds of millions of people now living, who need Christ and are capable of receiving help from Him, pass away without having even the opportunity to know Him?” (Mott, as cited in DuBose 1979).
“It is our duty to evangelize the world because we owe all men the gospel. What a crime against mankind to keep a knowledge of the mission of Christ from two thirds of the human race! It is our duty to evangelize the world in this generation because of the missionary command of Christ.” (John R. Mott 1944).
JOHN R. MOTT, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

“Love of God does not mean we must love Him first. Rather, He loved us first, creating the world and leaving it in our care, sending His only son to us to spread the gospel, and, finally, opening the way for us to deliver ourselves from sin through the crucifixion of His innocent son, Jesus. Through Jesus’ resurrection, God gave us hope for eternal life.” (Kim Dae-jung, Prison Writings, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987). KIM DAE-JUNG, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

“Jesus Christ is a God whom we approach without pride and before whom we humble ourselves without despair.” (Pascal 1910, No. 528).
“Without Jesus Christ man must be in vice and misery; with Jesus Christ man is free from vice and misery; in Him is all our virtue and all our happiness. Apart from Him there is but vice, misery, darkness, death, despair.” (Pascal 1910, No. 545-546). BLAISE PASCAL, founder of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics