Q182: Whose Authority?

"First, the Christian is the man who no longer seeks his own salvation, his deliverance, his justification in himself, but in Jesus Christ alone. He knows that God's Word in Christ pronounces him guilty even when he does not feel his guilt, and God's Word pronounces him righteous, even when he does not feel he is righteous at all. The Christian no longer lives of himself by his own claims and of his own justification, but by God's claim and justification."

—  Dietrich Bonhoeffer

"Let My Tebow Go"

You won't read a better (or deeper) analysis of the whole Tim Tebow phenomenon than this article.   Stephen Marche for NYT:
"[...] Tebow has to play again, if not in New York, then somewhere. Not because it would be good for the Jets or good for the fans or good for football, but because of what he has come to represent (to me at least): the necessity, and the beauty, of absurdity.  [...] This is an atheist's plea: Let Tim Tebow play."
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Q181: Degree of Certainty

"To accept mathematical truth on rhetorical persuasions is almost a crime; so also to exact mathematical demonstrations from an orator."

—  Thomas Aquinas

Q180: Cost of Ownership

"The things we use fall apart and require constant maintenance. The things we abandon don’t get used and they last forever."

— from "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth" by Cory Doctorow