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Best ‘Dogma’ Quotes 2021

‘Dogma’ is a fantasy comedy genre film written and directed by Kevin Smith.

The star studded cast of the movie includes names like Alan Rickman, Ben Affleck,  Chris Rock, Matt Damon, Salma Hayek and many more popular actors and actresses besides this. Smith’s ‘View Askewniverse’ series continues with this fourth instalment with the movie ‘Dogma’.

The plot centers around two fallen angels who after being cast out by God intend to use a loophole in Catholic dogma as a pass in order to return to Heaven, but their success will prove God wrong. The seraph Metatron sends the last scion and two prophets to stop them. The lost angels Loki and Bartleby have been exiled from Paradise for millions of years and are now living in somewhere out in the rural state of Wisconsin. They hear that a New Jersey church has declared a ‘Plenary Indulgence Day’ that will enable them to return to Heaven. It’s the new proposal of a secular cardinal who wants to modernize religion by implementing such policies, such as replacing Christ on the cross with a smiling Jesus. These ‘Dogma’ quotes will include all the witty repartee and all the quotes by the whole cast Enjoy these ‘Dogma’ movie quotes.

Best Of ‘Dogma’ Movie Quotes

'Dogma' quotes are the best.

Dogma has some of the best quotes that will make everyone want to re-watch the movie. Listed below are the greatest ‘Dogma’ movie quotes.

1. “He said that faith is like a glass of water. When you’re young, the glass is little, so it’s easy to fill.”

– Liz, ‘Dogma’.

2. “Metatron acts as the voice of God. Any documented occasion when some yahoo claims God has spoken to them, they’re speaking to me. Or they’re talking to themselves.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

3. “Church laws are fallible because they’re created by man.”

– Loki, ‘Dogma’.

4. “Read the Bible again sometime. Women are painted as bigger antagonists than the Egyptians and Romans combined. It stinks.”

– Serendipity, ‘Dogma’.

5. “I’m supposed to be in it. I was the thirteenth apostle.”

– Rufus, ‘Dogma’.

6. “One of the choirs of angels. They’re called ‘Watchers’ – guess what they do. So, one day Loki’s wiping out all the firstborns of Egypt…”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

7. “The major sins never change.”

– Loki, ‘Dogma’.

8. “This coming from the guy who still owes me ten bucks over which would be the bigger movie: ‘E.T.’ or ‘Krush Groove’?”

– Bartleby, ‘Dogma’.

9. “Mass genocide is the most exhausting activity one can engage in, next to soccer.”

– Loki, ‘Dogma’.

10. “She can rebuild you. She has the technology.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

Bethany And Bartleby Quotes

Bethany and Bartleby quotes are popular.

Bethany and Bartleby played by Linda Fiorentina and Ben Affleck respectively have the some great quotes in the movie. Check them out.

11. “New Jersey? That doesn’t sound like much of a crusade.”

– Bethany, ‘Dogma’.

12. “This is humanity at its best. Look at them. All that anger, all that mistrust, all that unhappiness…forgotten for that one perfect moment when they get off the plane.”

– Bartleby, ‘Dogma’.

13.”What, more angels?”

-Bethany, ‘Dogma’.

14.“You know, here’s what I don’t get about you. You know for a fact that there is a God. You’ve been in His presence. He’s spoken to you personally. Yet I just heard you claim to be an atheist.”

-Bartleby, ‘Dogma’.

15.“Remind me to try the water-to-wine thing at my next party.”

– Bethany, ‘Dogma’.

Famous Quotes By Loki

Matt Damon did an excellent job playing the character of Loki. Here are some of the most well-known and interesting Loki quotes .

16.“I’m talking about divine justice here. I’m talking about raining down fire and brimstone, punishing the wicked.”

– Loki, ‘Dogma’.

17.”He just lost it.”

-Loki, ‘Dogma’.

18. “Yeah, I know. Listen, my advice to you: you take this money that you’ve been collecting for your parish, go get yourself a nice dress.”

-Loki, ‘Dogma’.

19.”I love to keep those guys on their toes.”

-Loki, ‘Dogma’.

20.”I’ll hold true in heaven.”

-Loki, ‘Dogma’.

Metatron played by Alan Rickman has some amazing quotes. Check these Metatron ‘Dogma’ quotes out.

21. “One of the drawbacks to being a martyr is that you have to die.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

22.“Worse. Wisconsin. For the entire span of human history. And when the world ends, they’ll have to sit outside the gates for all eternity.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

23.“Well, I say we get drunk, because I’m all out of ideas.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

24.“Human beings have neither the aural nor the psychological capacity to withstand the awesome power of God’s true voice. Were you to hear it, your mind would cave in and your heart would explode within your chest. We went through five Adams before we figured that one out.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

25.“That’s what Jesus said.”

– Metatron, ‘Dogma’.

Quotes By Other Characters

Here’s a list of popular quotes by the other characters from the movie like Azrael, Jay, Liz, Rufus, Serendipity played by Jason Lee, Jason Mewes, Janeane Garofalo, Chris Rock and Salma Hayek respectively.

26. “Death is a worry of the living. The dead, like myself, only worry about decay.”

– Rufus, ‘Dogma’.

27.“Oh, no, I’ve seen way too many Bond movies to know that you never reveal all the details of your plan, no matter how close you may think you are to winning.”

– Azrael, ‘Dogma’.

28. “I’m Jay, and this is my hetero life mate, Silent Bob.”

– Jay, ‘Dogma’.

29.“I’m a muse, Stupid!”

– Serendipity, ‘Dogma’.

30.“That sounds militant. You thinking of joining the other side?”

– Liz, ‘Dogma’.

31. “Get offa me. I wanna see what’s up”

– Jay, ‘Dogma’.

32.”You were tired of doing all the work and getting none of the credit for your ideas.”

-Rufus, ‘Dogma’.

33.”Writer’s block. Can you believe it? Me, a muse, for God’s sake. I can inspire anyone I meet and give out a zillion and nine ideas a second, but I can’t keep any for myself. Her quirky sense of humor.”

-Serendipity, ‘Dogma’.

34.”Now if I remember my protocol correctly, the powers will attempt to contact the Last Scion; which leaves us no other recourse than to eliminate her before she enters the fray. I need you three to shuffle her loose the mortal coil.”

-Azrael, ‘Dogma’.

35.”The Man loved being human. Probably why He was so good at it.”

-Rufus, ‘Dogma’.

36.”Prepare to taste God’s wrath.”

-Bartleby, ‘Dogma’.

37.”Christ, if only we had their numbers.”

-Cardinal Glick, ‘Dogma’.

38. “Very basic strategy. If your enemies know where you are, then don’t be there.”

-Rufus, ‘Dogma’.

Dogma Quotes

  • “Too often we hold fast to the clichés of our forebears. We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations. We enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.

    [Commencement Address at Yale University, June 11 1962]
    ― John F. Kennedy

  • “When we blindly adopt a religion, a political system, a literary dogma, we become automatons.”
    ― Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Vol. 4: 1944-1947
  • “People are never so completely and enthusiastically evil as when they act out of religious conviction.”
    ― Umberto Eco, The Prague Cemetery
  • “There were a lot of gods. Gods always come in handy, they justify almost anything.”
    ― Margaret Atwood, The Blind Assassin
  • “To ‘choose’ dogma and faith over doubt and experience is to throw out the ripening vintage and to reach greedily for the Kool-Aid.”
    ― Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything
  • “I write nothing for publication, and last of all things should it be on the subject of religion. On the dogmas of religion as distinguished from moral principles, all mankind, from the beginning of the world to this day, have been quarrelling, fighting, burning and torturing one another, for abstractions unintelligible to themselves and to all others, and absolutely beyond the comprehension of the human mind. Were I to enter on that arena, I should only add an unit to the number of Bedlamites.

    [Letter to Mathew Carey, 11 November 1816]”
    ― Thomas Jefferson, Letters of Thomas Jefferson

  • “Everything you’ve learned in school as “obvious” becomes less and less obvious as you begin to study the universe. For example, there are no solids in the universe. There’s not even a suggestion of a solid. There are no absolute continuums. There are no surfaces. There are no straight lines.”
    ― Richard Buckminster Fuller
  • “Until every soul is freely permitted to investigate every book, and creed, and dogma for itself, the world cannot be free. Mankind will be enslaved until there is mental grandeur enough to allow each man to have his thought and say. This earth will be a paradise when men can, upon all these questions differ, and yet grasp each other’s hands as friends. It is amazing to me that a difference of opinion upon subjects that we know nothing with certainty about, should make us hate, persecute, and despise each other. Why a difference of opinion upon predestination, or the trinity, should make people imprison and burn each other seems beyond the comprehension of man; and yet in all countries where Christians have existed, they have destroyed each other to the exact extent of their power. Why should a believer in God hate an atheist? Surely the atheist has not injured God, and surely he is human, capable of joy and pain, and entitled to all the rights of man. Would it not be far better to treat this atheist, at least, as well as he treats us?

    Christians tell me that they love their enemies, and yet all I ask is—not that they love their enemies, not that they love their friends even, but that they treat those who differ from them, with simple fairness.

    We do not wish to be forgiven, but we wish Christians to so act that we will not have to forgive them. If all will admit that all have an equal right to think, then the question is forever solved; but as long as organized and powerful churches, pretending to hold the keys of heaven and hell, denounce every person as an outcast and criminal who thinks for himself and denies their authority, the world will be filled with hatred and suffering. To hate man and worship God seems to be the sum of all the creeds.”
    ― Robert G. Ingersoll, Some Mistakes of Moses

  • “The death of dogma is the birth of morality.”
    ― Immanuel Kant
  • “Every religion is true one way or another. It is true when understood metaphorically. But when it gets stuck in its own metaphors, interpreting them as facts, then you are in trouble.”
    ― Joseph Campbell
  • “There are few things more dangerous than inbred religious certainty.”
    ― Bart D. Ehrman, God’s Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question – Why We Suffer
  • “Modesty is invisibility…Never forget it. To be seen—to be seen—is to be…penetrated. What you must be girls, is impenetrable.”
    ― Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale
  • “Oh, if only it were possible to find understanding,” Joseph exclaimed. “If only there were a dogma to believe in. Everything is contradictory, everything tangential; there are no certainties anywhere. Everything can be interpreted one way and then again interpreted in the opposite sense. The whole of world history can be explained as development and progress and can also be seen as nothing but decadence and meaninglessness. Isn’t there any truth? Is there no real and valid doctrine?”

    The master had never heard him speak so fervently. He walked on in silence for a little, then said: “There is truth, my boy. But the doctrine you desire, absolute, perfect dogma that alone provides wisdom, does not exist. Nor should you long for a perfect doctrine, my friend. Rather, you should long for the perfection of yourself. The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. Truth is lived, not taught. Be prepared for conflicts, Joseph Knecht – I can see that they already have begun.”
    ― Hermann Hesse, The Glass Bead Game

  • “I think being a liberal, in the true sense, is being nondoctrinaire, nondogmatic, non-committed to a cause – but examining each case on its merits. Being left of center is another thing; it’s a political position. I think most newspapermen by definition have to be liberal; if they’re not liberal, by my definition of it, then they can hardly be good newspapermen. If they’re preordained dogmatists for a cause, then they can’t be very good journalists; that is, if they carry it into their journalism.”

    [Interview with Ron Powers (Chicago Sun Times) for Playboy, 1973]”
    ― Walter Cronkite

  • “While believing strongly, without evidence, is considered a mark of madness or stupidity in any other area of our lives, faith in God still holds immense prestige in our society. Religion is the one area of our discourse where it is considered noble to pretend to be certain about things no human being could possibly be certain about. It is telling that this aura of nobility extends only to those faiths that still have many subscribers. Anyone caught worshipping Poseidon, even at sea, will be thought insane.”
    ― Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation
  • “In truth, there are only two kinds of people; those who accept dogma and know it, and those who accept dogma and don’t know it.”
    ― G.K. Chesterton, Fancies Versus Fads

 

  • “Curiosity and irreverence go together. Curiosity cannot exist without the other. Curiosity asks, “Is this true?” “Just because this has always been the way, is the best or right way of life, the best or right religion, political or economic value, morality?” To the questioner, nothing is sacred. He detests dogma, defies any finite definition of morality, rebels against any repression of a free, open search of ideas no matter where they may lead. He is challenging, insulting, agitating, discrediting. He stirs unrest.”
    ― Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals

 

  • “It’s said that science will dehumanize people and turn them into numbers. That’s false, tragically false. Look for yourself. This is the concentration camp and crematorium at Auschwitz. This is where people were turned into numbers. Into this pond were flushed the ashes of some four million people. And that was not done by gas. It was done by arrogance, it was done by dogma, it was done by ignorance. When people believe that they have absolute knowledge, with no test in reality, this is how they behave. This is what men do when they aspire to the knowledge of gods.

    Science is a very human form of knowledge. We are always at the brink of the known; we always feel forward for what is to be hoped. Every judgment in science stands on the edge of error and is personal. Science is a tribute to what we can know although we are fallible. In the end, the words were said by Oliver Cromwell: “I beseech you in the bowels of Christ: Think it possible you may be mistaken.”

    I owe it as a scientist to my friend Leo Szilard, I owe it as a human being to the many members of my family who died here, to stand here as a survivor and a witness. We have to cure ourselves of the itch for absolute knowledge and power. We have to close the distance between the push-button order and the human act. We have to touch people.”
    ― Jacob Bronowski

  • “If only there were a dogma to believe in. Everything is contradictory, everything is tangential; there are no certainties anywhere. Everything can be interpreted one way and then again interpreted in the opposite sense. The whole of world history can be explained as development and progress and can also be seen as nothing but decadence and meaninglessness. Isn’t there any truth? Is there no real and valid doctrine?” Joseph Knect said to his Music Master “there is truth, my boy. But the doctrine you desire, absolute perfect dogma that alone provides wisdom, does not exist. Nor should you long for a perfect doctrine, my friend rather, you should long for perfection in yourself. The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. Truth is lived not taught”
    ― Hermann Hesse, The Glass Bead Game

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