I am pretty proud to be able to say that my forefathers
had something to do with it,' he said.
It is a beautiful gift from our spiritual forefathers
and foremothers, to be used gently and thoughtfully.
Through these two mediums of communication, Mercer argued for the establishment of missionary institutions (theological schools, protracted meetings, and missionary societies) while holding to the Calvinistic theology of his forefathers
Papuans tell about bewitched objects and angry forefathers
or practice emotional blackmail to extract money from the artist; a cheerfully lost Korean traveler speaks unintelligible English; an American muses on Papua while looking like Brando in Apocalypse Now.
together with the expanded literary knowledge, we moderns know much more about biblical times than our forefathers
A dance artist who creates haunting beauty out of the meshing of cultural artifacts Lemon delves into the Mississippi of his forefathers
in Come home Charley Patton.
Even more troubling is Grob's apparent conviction that Europeans (the forefathers
of modern Americans), beginning in 1492 were the first people to have engaged in long-distance trade.
A more powerful vision is offered by our gay forefathers
Harry Hay and Walt Whitman: Being gay is a gift and should be used to change the status quo, not conform to it.
While Cruz's forefathers
worked uninterrupted under the shadow of the local volcano, Cruz has received visitors from around the world.
And we can appreciate the fervor with which Morelli undertook his mission to identify and preserve, in his own words, "quell preziossisimo patrimonio che ci lasciavano i gloriosi nostri avi" (that most precious patrimony which our glorious forefathers
have passed down to us) (9).
Still, the idea of Arthur's forefathers
is inherently intriguing.
The struggle against terrorism, Bush said, 'will require the same sort of sacrifice our forefathers
made, but it is a sacrifice I can promise you we'll make.