"You can always tell a fool...
You just can't tell him much!" -- Unknown
"God's Word is not so flimsy that it depends on our approval for it to be right or on our understanding for it to be true." -- James T. Draper, Jr.
"Where there is no baptism, there are no visible churches." -- Edward Dorr Griffin
"Piety produces intellectual greatness precisely because piety in itself is quite indifferent to intellectual greatness." -- G. K. Chesterton
"Baptist leaders [often only] condemn the sin that costs them least to condemn." -- Seth Dunn
"Biblical example is a strong argument in setting forth the ways of God, and it should never be dismissed as insignificant." -- Royce Smith
The misquote: In the south, the past is not even past.
The quote: The past is never dead. It's not even past.
- Temple: “Temple Drake is dead.”
- Gavin Stevens, the lawyer: “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”
The Source: Requiem for a Nun, Act I, Scene III, by William Faulkner