viceregent


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viceregent

(ˌvaɪsˈriːdʒənt)
n
(Professions) the deputy of a regent
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The moral government of God, and his viceregent, Conscience, ought to be sufficient to restrain men to obedience, to justice, and benevolence, at all times and in all places, we must therefore descend from the dignity of our nature, when we think of civil government at all.
Mentioning the four Caliphs is not an unusual practice in itself but when it is done in a country in which its leader regards himself as the Patriarch of Muslims around the world, and Viceregent of the last Shi'ite Imam, it might be be construed as having been a pre-planned snub to the hosts.
In the words of Haneef (2002:242), God intended man "to be His viceregent (khalifah) on earth, to recognise (affirm His existence/tawhid) and to serve Him ('ubudiyyah) as a responsible agent (amin).
Reverend Thomas Bray, an active moral reformer and founder of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, praised God that "he has endowed his Viceregent, our gracious Queen, with such eminent Virtues, and truly Christian Graces, as draw the Eyes, not only of Her own subjects, but of all Europe upon Her; who do perhaps more gratefully than our selves, bless God in, and for Her.
Cromwell, the new viceregent, took the matter up, and soon selected Miles Coverdale, a Cambridge scholar who had joined Tyndale in exile, as the person to see the work through.
Kant's critical philosophy, says Laywine, completed the cosmology of sensation by making our understanding God's viceregent in the sensible world and thus completed also "the project of drawing a sharp distinction between the sensible world and the intelligible world by offering us an account of the schematism of our imagination and the type of the moral law" (p.
31) John Hill Burton states that "where his own sacred person came into question, all vestiges of mercy fled from his heart, and nothing was too heavy a retribution to him who had been guilty of sacrilege against God's viceregent on earth.
Kenrick admits "that the magnificence of this ceremonial" may go against "modern feeling and sentiment; but it is enough that its object is to impress our minds with veneration for the viceregent of Christ.
It is also seen in this Shaikh al-Islam acting in a political role as foreign minister and in addition Viceregent when Iskandar was incapacitated by bouts of insanity.
In accordance with one of these revelations, Strang had himself crowned as "King James, Viceregent of God on Earth.