unfallen

unfallen

(ʌnˈfɔːlən)
adj
not fallen
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A most imperial and archangelical apparition of that unfallen, western world, which to the eyes of the old trappers and hunters revived the glories of those primeval times when Adam walked majestic as a god, bluff-bowed and fearless as this mighty steed.
It was strangely frightful to the young man's imagination to see this air of insecurity in a person cultivating a garden, that most simple and innocent of human toils, and which had been alike the joy and labor of the unfallen parents of the race.
Finally, and most significantly, in The Discarded Image Lewis explains how the planets, each guided by an unfallen Intelligence, could have come in the medieval mind to be thought to exert malign influence on earth:
Im Gegensatz zu Unfallen bei Kernkraftwerken im laufenden Betrieb ware die Ausbreitung von Radionukliden im Falle des Versagens eines tiefen geologischen Lagers unabhangig vom gewahlten Standort und des Wirtsgesteins zeitlich verzogert und raumlich auf einige Kilometer begrenzt.
Having opened up the possibility of these counterfactual lives, lives in which Eulalie remains unfallen or has been reformed and redeemed, she immediately rejects each one as practically or morally impossible.
He covers the difference of God, a Christological presentation, parodies, a Christ complexity unfallen, the complexities of mediation, tragedy, and an endless end.
Answers related to frugivory were discriminate into two categories: a) animals that feed on fallen fruits and b) animals that feed on unfallen fruits.
The article concludes with a gentle reprimand of Christian virtuosi, like those of the nascent Royal Society, for whom empirical investigation was a means to reclaim an unfallen communion with the created world.
Witt and Richards acknowledge the obvious importance of nature in Tolkien's mythology but find their point of contention with the non-Christian assumption that man is good and nature is unfallen.
In "The Moving Statue," Boland finds an analogue of the unfallen innocence of Eden in the 1985 phenomenon of the moving statue of Ballinspittle.
As Dayton Haskin argues in Milton's Burden of Interpretation, "In Paradise Lost, when Milton represented aspects of the unfallen world in language akin to what he had once used to describe interpretative difficulties, he asked readers radically to reconsider the boundaries conventionally constructed between so-called fallen and unfallen modes of existence and to imagine that before the Fall Adam and Eve were already faced with the burden of interpreting a partially tangled text" (188).
In other words, it may be the case that the natural law is written on the hearts only of those whose integral or unfallen human nature has been restored through faith.