John Clayton Quotes and its meanings

John Clayton has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Alone Beauty Christmas Faith God Hope Legal Positive Relationship Science Society Thankful Thanksgiving Time

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  • Between 1910 and 1950 approximately 350 lives of Jesus were published in the English language alone.
  • There is no racial or ethnic involvement in Thanksgiving, and people who may be very distant from the Christian system can see the beauty and the positive spirit that comes from the holiday.
  • Christmas is the antithesis of Thanksgiving. Christmas is pretty much a man-made holiday.
  • The denominational world tries to pressure its members to focus on the birth of Christ, but in doing so layers of guilt are imposed, and competition gets complicated as one Christmas program tries to outdo the other.
  • Since I was an atheist for many years and came to believe in God through my studies in science, it frustrated me to see students and parents who viewed faith and science as enemies.
  • Was the real Jesus of history one and the same as the Christ of faith whom we read about in the New Testament and worship in the church? Was Jesus really raised from the dead? Is he really the divine Lord of lords?
  • Thanksgiving is a time when the world gets to see just how blessed and how workable the Christian system is. The emphasis is not on giving or buying, but on being thankful and expressing that appreciation to God and to one another.
  • It is my fervent hope and prayer that by exposing my mistakes and by pointing out the things that were a part of my early life, some who might be following the same paths might not make those same mistakes.
  • The emphasis on the birth of Christ tends to polarize our pluralistic society and create legal and ethnic belligerence.
  • Christians were instructed to serve others, and the thanksgiving was for the grace of God and the fact that God offered a way for man to return to a positive relationship with Him.