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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|4 Disciples be damned. It's not interesting. It's only the masters (hat matter. Those |
who create. PABLO PICASSO (1881 -1973). Spanish artist. Quoted in: Michel
George-Michel. DC Renoir $ Picasso, (1954. pp. 94-95). 5 Every great man ...
|exclaimed Picasso, "do you think I paint for those people at the Rotonde? . . . It's |
too bad if they're still there, let them walk in their own shit. Since I now have
imitators I couldn't care ... But disciples be damned. It's not interesting. It's only the
masters that matter. Those who create. And they don't even turn around when
|Picasso, Pablo One does a whole painting for one peach and people think just |
the opposite -- that particular peach is but a detail. - Picasso, Pablo Disciples be
damned. It's not interesting. It's only the masters that matter. Those who create.
|There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can |
remove all traces of reality. Disciples be damned. It's not interesting. It's only the
masters that matter. Those who create. You mustn't always believe what I say.
|Their religion, -say they, is the only true religion, and they are enjoined by their |
Master to preach it everywhere, in order that ... The heathen's religion is false and
wicked, and if they do not give it up and adopt Christianity they will be damned.
Now it is true that we find Christ instructing his disciples to go forth into all lands
and give the people his good message ... that the chief difference between East
and West is not the religion, but that the East lives its religion and the West does
|That sinner is damned. No question about that, because he has simply wilfully |
neglected and rejected the Great Salvation^ But the sinners who will receive in
the judgment the heaviest condemnation are those who knew their Lord's will
and never did it. I do not ... that a certain servant of a great lord had only one
talent committed to his care. He did ... My order is to make you disciples, and I will
make you, if I have to smash you all up and make you all over and grind you
through a mill.
Leonard Bacon, Joseph Parrish Thompson, Henry Ward Beecher - 1895
|There was no proposition to have one church for the gifted disciples and another |
for the unschooled; one for the rich and another ... (Damned modernism eats its
own children young, and oxcuses its own avarice by them when they are old i)
When they are ... was distinguished ; it seems as tho the Lord took pains to make
the Apostles as widely representative as possible. ... Some of those Corinthian
church people so far forgot that the entire reality of the matter was fulfilled in their
|More serious than Dumas filt, whose only real object appears to be to mock the |
Philistinism of English conventions, is the ... Not that I object to people saving
their souls, even at the theatre if they wish, but there are ways of doing it, and I
would ... I do not say I would rather be damned, but I would make it a matter ...
Neither the fantastic caprice of sacerdotal ritual, nor the falsetto passion of street-
preachers, is, in its intention at least, insincere and patronising towards divine
|Do not plead that these are mere matters of opinion, and that no man will be |
judged for that which he holds sincerely. ... why those solemn words : " He that
believeth and is baptized shall be saved, and he that believeth not shall be
damned. ... out of our daily life, which will at least make it less strange and less
terrible that God should judge men for matters of faith. ... and the church of Rome
regards this as so certain that its members elevate Peter to the highest rank
among the apostles, ...
|At the request of many brethren in Ohio, the following essay is forwarded for |
publication, though not at first written for that purpose. ... And the lightness and
indifference with which they are treated by some of the Universalis!?, is a matter
of grief to all lovers ... John's dispensation was designed to make ready a people
for the reception of Christ, and it ceased when Christ ... power to its subjects, and
is among the signs and wonders, by which God confirmed the testimony of the