God

  • I never saw God in person, but I saw God in faith.


    Faith, God

  • If God created the world, his primary concern was certainly not to make its understanding easy for us.


    Creation, God, Understanding

  • The supreme being – he’s a good fellow and t’will all be well.


    Benevolence, God, Life

  • God is so angry. All that power, and so mean with it.


    God

  • God was left out of the Constitution but was furnished a front seat on the coins of the country.


    God

  • Only one thing is impossible for God ; to find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.


    God

  • Those who set themselves out to serve both God and mammon, soon discover that there is no God.


    God

  • God, whom you doubtless remember as that quaint old subordinate of General


    God

  • The chief contribution of Protestantism to human thought is its massive proof that god is a bore .


    God

  • The peculiar, even unsatisfactory system whereby God never communicated directly with his chosen people, but preferred to give the Israelite leaders an off the record briefing.


    God

  • Zeus, the God of wine and whoopee.


    God

  • Did God who gave us flowers and trees also provide the allergies?


    God

  • God will not always be a Tory. Lord Byron


    God

  • An apology for the devil; it must be remembered that we have only heard one side of the case. God has written all the books.


    God

  • Even God has become female. God is no longer the bearded patriarch in the sky. He has had a sex change and turned into Mother Nature.


    God

  • God can stand being told by Professor Ayer and Marghanita Laski that He does not exist.


    God

  • God whom you doubtless remember as that quaint old subordinate of General


    God

  • I don’t know why it is that the religious never ascribe common sense to God .


    God

  • God will pardon me. It is his trade.


    God

  • Did god who gave us flowers and trees, also provide the allergies?


    God

  • Forgive, oh Lord, my little jokes on thee, and I’ll forgive thy great big one on me.


    God