W. R. Forrester, fully William Roxburgh Forrester

W. R.
Forrester, fully William Roxburgh Forrester
1892
1984

British Theologian and Author of "Christian Vocation: Studies in Faith and Work" and "A Scotsman Speaks to California!"

Author Quotes

Man was meant to be a gardener, but by reason of his sin he became a farmer.

Our life on earth is, and ought to be, material and carnal. But we have not yet learned to manage our materialism and carnality properly; they are still entangled with the desire for ownership.

She felt that those who prepared for all the emergencies of life beforehand may equip themselves at the expense of joy.

Apocalyptic religion has its merits, but tolerance is not one of them.

Every war of the future will be a war of religion, for no country will go to war till it can give its cause the color of a Crusade and so secure for its maintenance absolute loyalty of a heroic quality in the whole population.

There is nothing in the whole world so dangerous as a sense of vocation without a belief in God.

Death destroys a man: the idea of Death saves him.

Author Picture
First Name
W. R.
Last Name
Forrester, fully William Roxburgh Forrester
Birth Date
1892
Death Date
1984
Bio

British Theologian and Author of "Christian Vocation: Studies in Faith and Work" and "A Scotsman Speaks to California!"