We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking All Religions Quotes from David Christian, Ravi Zacharias, Annie Dillard, B. R. Ambedkar, Jesse Ventura. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
All religions, all indigenous traditions, all origin stories provide a large map of where you are.
My premise is that the popular aphorism that ‘all religions are fundamentally the same and only superficially different’ simply is not true. It is more correct to say that all religions are, at best, superficially similar but fundamentally different.
It is ironic that the one thing that all religions recognize as separating us from our creator, our very self-consciousness, is also the one thing that divides us from our fellow creatures. It was a bitter birthday present from evolution.
The sovereignty of scriptures of all religions must come to an end if we want to have a united integrated modern India.
I’m tolerant of all religions… I don’t care if someone wants to go out there and worship the bark on a tree.
I concluded that all religions had the same foundation – a belief in the supernatural – a power above nature that man could influence by worship – by sacrifice and prayer.
All religions are designed to teach us how to live, joyfully, serenely, and kindly, in the midst of suffering.
I respect and believe in all religions.
The core of all religions is a belief in a supreme personal god.
Religion is the organization of spirituality into something that became the hand maiden of conquerors. Nearly all religions were brought to people and imposed on people by conquerors, and used as the framework to control their minds.
I am thankful I can see much to admire in all religions.
My Government has provided equitable access to benefits and facilities of its schemes for the poor people; of all religions and all regions, and has, thus, earned the trust of the people of the country.
I follow the faith of all religions. My mother gave me abundant love when I was a child. She taught me the ways to lead life, and I have been a firm believer in all religions since then.
I’d say that all nations have contact with the truth, and all religions have admirable people.
While liberals are leery of religious fundamentalism in general, they consistently imagine that all religions at their core teach the same thing and teach it equally well. This is one of the many delusions borne of political correctness.
Of all religions, the Christian should of course inspire the most tolerance, but until now Christians have been the most intolerant of all men.
All religions worthy of the name are now making great efforts to purify their doctrines and return to their original standpoint, all except Christianity! You surely know that the nineteenth century Christianity is not the religion taught by Christ. Christ’s religion has been changed and corrupted.
I am an agnostic, even though I respect and am interested in all religions. If there’s something I believe in, it’s a mysterious energy; the one that fills the oceans during tides, the one that unites nature and beings.
What I found particularly fascinating and satisfying about the Hindu tradition was its spirit of inclusiveness. In Sanatan Dharma, or what is commonly called Hinduism, I discovered the basic truths of all religions in a way that the oneness of God and religion is comprehensively understood.
I have always marveled that so many religions exact such revenge against dissenters. It only weakens the appeal of their faith and contradicts any claims they might have made that ‘all religions are basically the same.’ If all religions were indeed the same, why not let someone be ‘converted’ to another religion?
God can be realized through all paths. All religions are true. The important thing is to reach the roof. You can reach it by stone stairs or by wooden stairs or by bamboo steps or by a rope. You can also climb up by a bamboo pole.
When you have increasing power of religious groups, oppression of women increases. Women are oppressed in all religions.
I have friends of all religions and respect each of their beliefs.
Buddhism has had a major effect on who I am and how I think about the world. What I have learned is that I like all religions, but only parts of them.
I think all religions can agree on certain definitions of God and concepts of God, like God being the god of love, the great ‘I am’ energy.
All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.
A common religion is not possible for India, but a recognition of a common basis for all religions, and the growth of a liberal, tolerant spirit in religious matters, are possible.
We should respect all religions and just believe in peace, kindness and harmony.
All religions throughout history have been concerned about – and have sometimes fought over – what it means to represent God, and they have found elegant, intriguing, and awkward ways to confront that dilemma.
I am a believer of all religions. I will happily visit a temple, mosque, church. I do not differentiate between religions.
I don’t think people by nature are extremists. You will never find a population of extremists. Extremists have existed throughout the centuries on all religions. And what happens is, extremists start to have more leverage when the situation is bad.
Various religious systems have been given to humanity at different times, each suited to meet the spiritual needs of the people among whom it was promulgated, and, coming from the same divine source: – God, all religions exhibit similar fundamentals or first principles.
All religions have based morality on obedience, that is to say, on voluntary slavery. That is why they have always been more pernicious than any political organization. For the latter makes use of violence, the former – of the corruption of the will.
I respect people of all sexualities; I respect people of all religions, all faiths. I love all Australians.
I have always marveled that so many religions exact such revenge against dissenters. It only weakens the appeal of their faith and contradicts any claims they might have made that ‘all religions are basically the same.’
All religions try to benefit people, with the same basic message of the need for love and compassion, for justice and honesty, for contentment.
I have a family which is a mix of all religions, so I worship all gods and follow all religions.
India is a secular nation and believers of all religions and atheists have a place in this country.
All religions must be made child-proof. Our teachers’ unions have done good work in this field, K through 12. Delaying first communions and bar mitzvahs until age 21 would be another positive step.
All religions have periods in their history which are looked back to with retrospective fear and trembling as eras of persecution, and each religion has its own book of martyrs.
Persecution is not an original feature in any religion; but it is always the strongly marked feature of all religions established by law.
Anyone with sincere religious beliefs cannot say that all religions are true. That is so illogical it is pathetic. All religion cannot be true because some of them are so diametrically opposed to each other.
Across all religions in the United States, people 18-30 are more spiritual than before, but they don’t like organized religion. What sets Birthright apart is that no one’s hitting on you to be Jewish in any particular way, and you can define Jewish any way you want.
England is the breeding ground of fundamentalist Muslims. Its social logic is to allow all religions to preach openly. But this is illogic, because none of the other religions preach apocalyptic violence. And yet England allows it.
I think the real understanding comes when we recognize our humanity in each other. That’s not just between blacks and whites. That’s between all religions as well.
I have no religion, and at times I wish all religions at the bottom of the sea. He is a weak ruler who needs religion to uphold his government; it is as if he would catch his people in a trap.
All religions are, in some basic sense, irrational.
All religions have a point of convergence.
I’m a religious man. I am Jewish but I believe in all religions. I believe in God and see him as an old man with a big white beard and pray to him every day for a few minutes.
All religions accept that there is something called ‘criminality.’ And criminality cannot be excused by religious fervour.
It doesn’t matter how you pray. Just pray. All religions are beautiful and they all have one common belief. There’s something bigger and greater than us that can give us and take from us life. It is better than the here and now.
I do benefits for all religions – I’d hate to blow the hereafter on a technicality.
My beliefs encompass all religions. But I never show my religious inclination in my films. My characters have dark sides; they aren’t the god-fearing characters. It wasn’t a conscious decision. I’m a very lazy and emotional person who connects with the common man.
So why don’t all religions get together and go to war with atheists? Because we all want the same thing: respect and tolerance and not to be forced to do anything we don’t want to.
I was born Jewish, and I consider that my religion. But I’ve studied all religions, and as you learn more, you really learn that everyone’s praying to the same God.