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(7) The sins of commission and omission, and of invisibility-making, are rampant.
Sooner or later my sins of commission would catch up with me.
We are therefore pleased to report in this issue that both the SEC and the NSE have used the crisis and the sins of commission and omission from the past to reconstruct both institutions on a far sounder foundation and both have embarked on what now seems a very realizable goal of achieving world class status in the near future.
DYING FOR A DRINK The Six Bells in Warborough (www.sixbellswarborough.co.uk, 01865 858265) has made many appearances - Bad Tidings, Sins of Commission, house in the Woods and Left for Dead.
Observers describe the plan as differentiating between "sins of omission" and "sins of commission" with regard to clerical sex abuse.
Shlaim castigates Israeli leaders, under both Labor and Likud governments, for serious sins of commission following Israel's military victory in the June 1967 war.
If business mistakes can be categorized as sins of commission and sins of omission, we suspect there are far more of the latter--opportunities missed, risks not taken.
Whilst rabbinic and some older scholarship argues that Leviticus 4 is concerned with sins of commission (disobedience) rather than the sins of omission (failure) implied in Numbers 15, this is a distinction which is no longer made in contemporary scholarship.
Author/economist John Lott addressed this in his The Bias Against Guns, where he demonstrates selective reporting by agenda-driven media and government, what reviewer, economist and syndicated columnist Walter Williams called "sins of commission and omission."
How the author could decry sins of commission by historians and ethnographers and yet overlook these sins of omission is a question.
(1) He alerted his readers to the fact that unresolved animosities stemming from past interecclesial sins of commission and omission continue to infect the atmosphere of dialogue and hamper the momentum of doctrinal and liturgical convergence processes.