• “The two most powerful forces shaping our civilization today are science and religion. Through science man strives to learn more of the mysteries of creation. Through religion he seeks to know the Creator. Neither operates independently. It is as difficult for me to understand a scientist who does not acknowledge the presence of a superior rationality behind the existence of the universe as it is to comprehend a theologian who would deny the advances of science. Far from being independent or opposing forces, science and religion are sisters. Both seek a better world. While science seeks control over the forces of nature around us, religion controls the forces of nature within us. …” ~Wernher von Braun (“My Faith: A space-age scientist tells why he must believe in God,” American Weekly, Feb. 10, 1963)

  • “I wish to regard the Creator and His creation as an entity … science and religion are like two windows in a house through which we look at the reality of the Creator and the laws manifested in His creation. As long as we see two different images through these two windows and cannot reconcile them, we must keep trying to obtain a more complete and better integrated total picture of the ultimate reality by properly tying together our scientific and religious concepts.” ~Wernher von Braun

  • It is no longer enough that we pray that God may be with us on our side. We must learn to pray that we may be on God’s side.” ~Wernher von Braun, The “Father of Modern Space Flight”

  • “God’s purpose in creating man is not only to obtain a good man, but even more to have a GOD-man, one who has God’s life and nature and is just like God.” ~Witness Lee, “The Knowlege of Life”

  • “Churches have always served as the moral compass—to confront, challenge, and contend for the truth. But through the years, we’ve drifted from being confrontational to being popular” ~Shane Idleman

  • “Good becomes evil, beauty is ugly, love becomes the satisfaction of sexual primal instincts, and truths are all relative . . . The legalization of same-sex marriage, the obligation to accept contraception within healthcare programs, and even ‘bathroom bills’ that allow men to use the women’s restrooms and locker rooms. Should not a biological man use the men’s restroom? How simpler can that concept be? . . .” ~Cardinal Robert Sarah (National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., May 18, 2016)