It would have been a hard trial to any woman to stand by and see the office of apologist
for her husband's misconduct quietly assumed by his male friend in her own house--and it was a trial to HER.
Now Nietzsche disagreed entirely with Renan's view, that Christ was "le grand maitre en ironie"; in Aphorism 31 of "The Antichrist", he says that he (Nietzsche) always purged his picture of the Humble Nazarene of all those bitter and spiteful outbursts which, in view of the struggle the first Christians went through, may very well have been added to the original character by Apologists
and Sectarians who, at that time, could ill afford to consider nice psychological points, seeing that what they needed, above all, was a wrangling and abusive deity.
English youth have been so educated time out of mind, and we have hundreds of thousands of apologists
and admirers of injustice, misery, and brutality, as perpetrated among children.
It was obvious that all this was the work of no ordinary thief, and perhaps inevitable that the name of Raffles should have been dragged from oblivion by callous disrespecters of the departed and unreasoning apologists
for the police.
A special friend and apologist
of Watts's, she nonetheless affectionately blows the whistle on the machismo of the Rutgers group.
A Catholic author and apologist
in the United States, Keating receives correspondence from a variety of people, professional anti-Catholics as well as lay people who have left the Church.
about a Holocaust apologist
who's not nearly clever enough for his own good.
Not all readers of Virgil will be persuaded, however, by his initial construction of Virgil as an uncomplicated apologist
for Augustus and empire.
media's top Kremlin apologist
during the 1930s and his key role in smothering news of Stalin's slaughter-by-famine of the Ukrainian people.
Robeson's life: An illuminating if worshipful biography, PBS' ``Paul Robeson: Here I Stand'' (Winstar; one hour, 57 minutes) records his accomplishments as an athlete and artist and then moves carefully into the political arena, with Robeson as both champion of human rights and apologist
for Stalinism and the Soviet Union.
In the late '70s, his successful career as a painter increasingly took center stage, and film gradually lost an important, always surprising apologist
agrees that "the golden mean, the narrow way is hard to be found, and hard to be kept" (168).