GOD, Joan of Arcadia (2003)
God protects the stupid.
CELIA HODES, Weeds, "Release the Hounds" (2007)
God must transcend the greatest of human weaknesses. And, indeed, the greatest of human skill. God must transcend even our most remarkable attempts to emulate nature in its absolute splendor. How can any man or woman sin against such a greatness? How can any carbon unit on Earth, in the backwaters of the Milky Way-indeed, the boondocks-possibly betray God Almighty? That is impossible. The height of arrogance is the height of control of those who would recreate God in their own image.
RAMTHA, What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004)
Many people are God, usually in a universe no bigger than their own minds, all-present, all-knowing. And yet, impotent outside the confines of their heads. And what God cannot do, men will attempt.
ARAKAWA, Kidô keisatsu patorebâ: The Movie 2 (1993)
Maybe God stopped appearing because He got tired of all the noise. Maybe He only appears when the world is quiet enough to pay attention.
DAVID, Journeys End in Lovers Meeting (2002)
People manage to believe in me, even though they have no idea what I am. They trust me even in the silence.
TWIN-GIRL GOD, Joan of Arcadia (2003)
I wouldn't wanna do anything to hurt God. He's got enough trouble with the Russians and all.
THEODORE "BEAVER" CLEAVER, Leave it to Beaver (1957)
God didn't put us here for that pat on the back. He created us so He could be here Himself. So He could exist in the lives of those He created in His image.
FATHER FRANCIS MULCAHY, M*A*S*H, "Blood Brothers" (1981)
God is so much bigger and wiser than us, and trying to see what He's thinking would be like an ant trying to see what I'm thinking.
DEWEY, Malcolm in the Middle, "Day Care" (2003)
There's a bit of God in all of us, just not enough to really do any good.
CLAY PUPPINGTON, Moral Orel, "Omnipresence" (2006)
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