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WILLIAM THOMSON, LORD KELVIN (1ST BARON KELVIN)
British mathematician and physicist
(1824 - 1907)

Christianity without the cross is nothing. The cross was the fitting close of a life of rejection, scorn and defeat. But in no true sense have these things ceased or changed. Jesus is still He whom man despiseth, and the rejected of men. The world has never admired Jesus, for moral courage is yet needed in every one of its high places by him who would "confess" Christ. The "offense" of the cross, therefore, has led men in all ages to endeavor to be rid of it, and to deny that it is the power of God in the world.
      - [Cross]

If you cannot measure it, then it is not science.
      - a paraphrase of his lecture given May 3, 1883
        [Science]


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