More Forsyth quotations

If one sign of a great theologian is his ability to sieze hold of the imagination of his readers witha single line, to disturb them, to fascinate them, to make them think, then Forsyth ranks near the top.  Here's a few to start the week:

`None but the great theologies of redemption are adequate to the great tragedies of the world.'
`An undogmatic Christ is the advertisement of a dying faith.'
`The peace of God is not a glassy calm but a mighty confidence.'
`The seat of revelation is in the Cross, and not in the heart.'
`Look to the Gospel, and it will see to the experience.'

And a particular favourite of mine: `Half gospels have no dignity and no future.  Like the famous mule, they have neither pride of ancestry nor hope of posterity.'