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But now it may be and is by some obiected, that although he write Christianly in some places, yet in other some, he is too lascivious, as in mine hosts tale of Astolfo and some few places beside; alas if this be a fault, pardon him this one fault; though I doubt too many of you (gtle readers) wil be to exorable in this point, yea me thinks I see some of you searching already for these places of the booke, and you are halfe offended that I have not made some directions that you might finde out and read them immediately.
The largest Islamic nation in the world, 90% of the Indonesian population was Muslim; however, it has also had a significant presence of Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianly. Building a community of peace out of this rich diversity was indeed a daunting task.
Rooted primarily in Reformed thought, this model emerged in the second half of the twentieth century as the way to think Christianly in the evangelical academy.
This Christianly justified forgive-and-forget approach that hushed up the sins of the perpetrators leads to moral paralysis, not spiritual humility, von Kellenbach insists.
However, Bell argued that they should be enjoined nevertheless: "It is therefore most prudently and right Christianly provided in the Canons of Anno.
Owing, however, to the inevitable transport difficulties, the incapacity and, sad to relate, the dishonesty of the "Christianly minded" folk, who had come out to manage the business, very heavy losses were sustained.
While white is constructed as bright, active, Christianly and good, black signifies death, darkness and evil.
But evangelism is suspicious of the state, he notes, as it mandates Christians to perform service grounded in love through Christianly intercession.
It is, Christianly speaking, intolerable that over 20 per cent of the workforce of the Republic is persistently unemployed and that unemployment in some parts of Northern Ireland approaches that figure.
In many ways he was not unlike Davidson: [Y]ou felt his affability was a duty he imposed upon himself Christianly; he was by nature reserved....
Further, consciousness of our participation in the one church of Jesus Christ also involves acknowledging that like others before us, we desire to read the Bible "christianly." This process is advanced as we take seriously the attempts of our forebears to engage in the hermeneutical task that now occupies us.
She portrays nineteenth-century Scotland as one of the last bastions of outmoded Christendom, that defensive and offensive Europe-centred response to the outside world, more culturally than Christianly determined.