As a gude Calvinist
, my saul's clear o' the smallest figment o' belief in Warks.
La Rochelle, which had derived a new importance from the ruin of the other Calvinist
cities, was, then, the focus of dissensions and ambition.
For Scotland has a double dose of the poison called heredity; the sense of blood in the aristocrat, and the sense of doom in the Calvinist
I knew a witty physician who found the creed in the biliary duct, and used to affirm that if there was disease in the liver, the man became a Calvinist
, and if that organ was sound, he became a Unitarian.
I've heard a deal o' doctrine i' my time, for I used to go after the Dissenting preachers along wi' Seth, when I was a lad o' seventeen, and got puzzling myself a deal about th' Arminians and the Calvinists
The community was part of a small and isolated Calvinist
Dutch enclave surrounded by Catholic territories, the largest and most important of which was Aachen, a Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire.
(Brian Meehan) HAVING been fourth on his debut at Salisbury Calvinist
got off the mark in a maiden at Bath and looks to have a future in handicaps.
I was raised a Calvinist
, which is to say that I was raised to believe that God is sublime and immense enough to break our senses, and we are as small and helpless as worms.
The focus is on Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738), a Calvinist
medical and chemistry professor at the University of Leiden, who was famous in the eighteenth century as the man who taught Europe chemistry, and whose influence even reached to the American colonies.
Weber postulated that the Calvinist
emphasis on hard work promoted business enterprise, and the development of science enabled modern capitalism, and both rational developments would eradicate enchantment.
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It suggests that educationally these conforming Calvinists
trained soon-to-be Calvinist
preachers from Jesuit materials, despite the terms of the founding of their college.