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All learned men and doctors of divinity say that God created it in the beginning ; but it is not so: the very idea lessens man in my estimation ... We say that God Himself is a self-existing being ... Man does exist upon the same principles ... Bible does not say in the Hebrew that God created the spirit of man.
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All Europe contributed to the making of Kurtz "-" I learned that, most appropriately, the International Society for the Suppression of Savage Customs had entrusted him with the making of a report, for its future guidance.
All of these methods were based on the idea that homosexuality is a learned behavior that can be reconditioned.
All things in Scripture are not alike plain in themselves, nor alike clear unto all ; yet those things which are necessary to be known, believed, and observed, for salvation, are so clearly propounded and opened in some place of Scripture or other, that not only the learned, but the unlearned, in a due use of the ordinary means, may attain unto a sufficient understanding of them.
All the skills learned in barber school will be tested at the board exams, which typically feature a written and practical exam.
All militaries in the modern world have learned a service member must think and choose what is right on behalf of his team members and his nation, and often these are critical decisions.
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* All I Know About Animal Behavior I learned in Loehmann's Dressing Room, ISBN 0060177888 HarperCollins 1995
All the children learned to read and write in English, but James and his elder brother Rezin could also read, write, and speak Spanish and French fluently.
All agree, however, that they learned about the star from Griaule " Griaule's daughter Genevieve Calame-Griaule responded in a later issue, arguing that Van Beek did not go " through the appropriate steps for acquiring knowledge " and suggesting that van Beek's Dogon informants may have thought that he had been " sent by the political and administrative authorities to test the Dogon's Muslim orthodoxy.
Gregg was known for a sense of humor, reflected in a small hardback book he published, titled All I learned about politics, by Hugh Gregg.
All accounts agree in representing Bahadur Shah as a man of mild and equable temper, learned, dignified, disciplined, magnanimous and generous to fault.
All the specimens of which it is composed, are in the highest and most exquisite state of preservation, such an extensive collection can be supposed to be, and a very considerable number are unique, such as are not to be found in any other Cabinet whatever, and of considerable value ; many of which, coming from countries exceedingly unhealthy, where the collectors, in procuring them, have perished by the severity of the climate, give but little room to expect any duplicate will ever be obtained during the present age ; and the learned quotations that have been taken from it by those celebrated authors Linnaeus and Fabricius, in all their late editions, are incontestable proofs of the high degrees of estimation they entertained of it.
All modern foreign languages are taught using the direct method where the lessons are taught in the language being learned.
All three novels follow in part or wholly the career of a fictitious magician, Magnus Eisengrim, who was abducted as a boy by a traveling circus and learned his craft while concealed in a papier-mâché automaton.
: All that changed -- and Zubayda reportedly had a divine revelation -- after 30 to 35 seconds of waterboarding, Kiriakou said he learned from the CIA agents who performed the technique.
All hopes for reconciliation with Cliff were crushed when Nina learned about his affair with his intern, Liza Colby.
* All meaningful body motion patterns are to be regarded as socially learned until empirical investigation reveals otherwise.
William Rushton replied to Andrew Fuller's statement by writing, " This is the marrow of what has been called Neonomianism ; which doctrine, as to substance, is taught in the writings of Mr. Baxter, of the Arminians, and of the most learned of the Roman Catholics ... All the efficacy unto justification which Mr. Fuller allows to the obedience and death of Christ is, that the Redeemer merited this great blessing for us, on the conditions of our believing the gospel ; or, in other words, that the blood of Christ hath merited salvation for us, on milder terms than those required by the law of works ...
All laws in Judaism can be temporarily broken, to save a life ( excluding 3: Idolatry, Murder and Sexual Immorality ) the exceptions, where you must be willing to die, are learned by the Talmudic Rabbis from various locations in the Torah ( see Daniel Chapter 1 for instance ).
Soon, the heroes learned of the all-powerful " Book of All Stories " which dictated the order of the universe, past, present, and future, all of which could be altered by simply writing within its pages.
The various planets have been expanding independently, but during the novel it is learned that the ' League of All Worlds ' has been formed.
All and men
When the Know-nothings get control, it will read, All men are created equal except Negroes and foreigners and Catholics.
All orders originate with the officer of highest rank and terminate with action of the men in the ranks.
All three men named Aeolus appear to be connected genealogically, although the precise relationship, especially regarding the second and third Aeolus, is often ambiguous.
All his men dismounted and were organized into units, with longbowmen placed in a V-formation on both flanks and a small cavalry unit, commanded by Jean de Grailly, the Captal de Buch, hidden in woods at the rear.
All of these ideas associated with mysticism were at play in the spirituality of the Dominican community, and not only among the men.
: The categorical proposition " All men are mortal " has the same meaning as the existential proposition " An immortal man does not exist " or " there is no immortal man ".
The BBC produced a feature-length television drama, All the King's Men ( not to be confused with the novel of the same name by Robert Penn Warren ), that focused attention on a unit ( the " Sandringham Company ") that was decimated at Gallipoli and included men from King George V's estate at Sandringham House.
All men between the ages of sixteen and sixty were required to join, over the protests of Armaments Minister Albert Speer, who noted that irreplaceable skilled workers were being removed from armaments production.
The sequel to Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front, which Universal had filmed in 1930, the novel and film follow the lives of several young German men who have returned from the trenches of World War I and their struggles to re-integrate into society.
* an excerpt from the Declaration of Independence, which reads, " All men … are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness "
" This view of Carson's actions may be taken from General James Carleton ’ s orders to Carson on October 12, 1862, concerning the Mescalero Apaches: " All Indian men of that tribe are to be killed whenever and wherever you can find them: the women and children will not be harmed, but you will take them prisoners and feed them at Ft. Stanton until you receive other instructions ".
All the world came to Soho to meet Boulton, Watt or Small, who were acquainted with the leading men of Science throughout Europe and America.
All of these men found lutetium as an impurity in the mineral ytterbia, which was previously thought to consist entirely of ytterbium.