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Have you ever heard the name of the parson of Emminster--you must have done do?--old Mr Clare; one of the most earnest of his school; one of the few intense men left in the Church; not so intense as the extreme wind of Christian believers with which I have thrown in my lot, but quite an exception among the Established clergy, the younger of whom are gradually attenuating the true doctrines by their sophistries, till they are but the shadow of what they were.
Herdsmen, I say, but they call themselves the believers in the orthodox belief.
Companions, the creator seeketh, not corpses--and not herds or believers either.
"The truly guilty," said Milady, "is the ravager of England, the persecutor of true believers, the base ravisher of the honor of so many women--he who, to satisfy a caprice of his corrupt heart, is about to make England shed so much blood, who protects the Protestants today and will betray them tomorrow--"
A total of 50 Kabonokia followers from Karocho, Thiiti and Kathangacini locations were Wednesday arraigned in Marimanti, accused of declining to give information to census officials for enlisting, lack of national identity cards and others declining to have their finger prints taken during interrogation by police.The court released four of the believers after pleading guilty and accepting to be enlisted while the other 46 maintained that their religious doctrines do not allow them to participate in "earthly" activities.
It follows therefore that a believer cannot sow seeds of discord amongst men; on the contrary, he has to display with conviction and faith, feelings of love towards his fellow men.
Their internal fights are so heated and brutal, and often over what looks to outsiders as so trivial, because a true believer doesn't want to admit that there might be any other way to understand their scriptures or their religion than the version on which they've based their soul.
The subtitle best suggests the focus of the book, i.e., the "challenges" posed by modern historical biblical criticism for "the believer" who stands resolutely and consciously committed to a religious tradition for which the "Bible" is of much importance.
When you talk or write to believers, you have an audience that holds essentially the same beliefs that you have.
The tension between individual and communal dimensions of the church and the interplay of congregational, denominational, and global aspects of the church lie at the heart of this new collection of essays on believers church ecclesiology.
Much time with this type of believer will yield a bond, and one interviewer consistently should visit with these VTBs to stimulate the relationship.