Searching for Murdo Macdonald quotes found the following:
"However self-sufficient a man may imagine himself to be, in his more serious moments he secretly longs for spiritual reinforcement."
"Man can descend to abysmal depths of cruelty, sadism and sinister conduct but like the prodigal in the far country he is not inevitably lost."
"Christianity is the religion, not of a book but of a Person."
"There are those who assure us that they can be religious without believing in God, and Christians without accepting one single doctrine of the Christian faith."
"The Church is confronted with the task of proclaiming the gospel to a generation which has an insatiable appetite for believing the wrong things."
"What we are in the long run is determined by what we believe."
"There are many modern thinkers who regard faith as an outmoded mediaeval legacy, or a pious Victorian anachronism which has ceased to command the allegiance of intelligent people."
"At the moment the Church has not even begun to grasp its frightening potentiality for good and evil."
"Gambling is based on the assumption that if a man perseveres long enough his luck is bound to turn."
"A beast can never be as cruel as a man: The tiger only tears and gnaws - that is all he can do."
"Science, far from diminishing the mysteries of the Universe, has in actual fact increased them."
"God is pushed out to the very circumference of things and is only called upon when the clockwork of normal events does not function."
"No man is happy in the belief that life is at the mercy of blind chance."
"Science can never disprove God."
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