Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
is that William Burroughs?
I think you're right - although at first blush I hoped and prayed it was Enoch Powell.
Hey man.........it's Virgil....from the Reb.....hope you're well. if you be the RD from the same place.....hell...even if you ain't!
Hey, Virgil. Yeah, it's me, still goin and turned 70 back in April. Best to you and yours.
Hm, have you tried the Latin translation yet. I'm so wore out from work today; I could use a t-shirt with that slogan.Steve
I bring not peace, but a sword-----------Et terram non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.I used this: http://en.eprevodilac.com/prevodilac-engleski-latinskiSteve
Yes! Thanks Steve!
.Author: Jesus Christ Matthew 10:34
Where's that clip from? For some reason I'm thinking it's from the Emilio Estevez masterpiece "Repo Man", but I'm not 100% sure.I always wanted to quote that line at hippie/liberal types who assume Jesus was non-violent or would be against guns.