„Rather than pursuing our calling to present a vision of a world filled with God's power and love, the contemporary church merely presents the world as a two-dimensional facsimile of the consumer culture, albeit with a Jesus fish imprint.“

The Divine Commodity: Discovering A Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity (2009, Zondervan)

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—  Mary Baker Eddy, buch Wissenschaft und Gesundheit mit Schlüssel zur Heiligen Schrift

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, pp. 256:9–11, 361:11–13 (1867).

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„Our culture has confined our imaginations with an uninspiring vision of God. He's been reduced to a manageable deity of consumable proportions.“

—  Skye Jethani

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„Vision is the process of discovering from images what is present in the world, and where it is.“

—  David Marr British neuroscientist and psychologist 1945 - 1980

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„How both the objective world accommodates to presentations in us, and presentations in us to the objective world, is unintelligible unless between the two worlds, the ideal and the real, there exists a pre-determined harmony.“

—  Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling German philosopher (idealism) 1775 - 1854

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Kontext: How both the objective world accommodates to presentations in us, and presentations in us to the objective world, is unintelligible unless between the two worlds, the ideal and the real, there exists a pre-determined harmony. But this latter is itself unthinkable unless the activity, whereby the objective world, is produced, is at bottom identical with that which expresses itself in volition, and vice versa.

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