body and soul


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Adv.1.body and soul - with complete faith; "she was with him heart and soul"
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A surfeit of deadly sin, that hath damned both body and soul.
Oft have I thought to have done so; but the devil threatened to tear me in pieces, if I named God, to fetch me body and soul, if I once gave ear to divinity: and now 'tis too late.
The move to separate body and soul also bothers me in the new English translation of the Mass: "And also with you" became "with your spirit." At Communion, "I shall be healed" became "my soul shall be healed." Like Leach's article, this is also bad theology
The inclusion of a female authored play, for example Elizabeth Cary's Mariam with its overt concerns for body and soul may have provided useful insights when examined alongside the plays and masques featured here.
For this play, she argues that both body and soul, and both men and women, are revealed as corrupt, and therefore the entire notion of an exalted masculine soul dominating a corrupted feminine body is undermined.
And even though the heart signifies the bodily organ to whose activity bodily life is tied, we have no difficulty in picturing the heart as the inner being of the soul, because it is evidently the heart that has the greatest share in the inner processes of the soul, and because it is in the heart that the interconnection between body and soul is most strikingly felt and experienced.
BODY And Soul can make a perfect start to the season by winning the CB Hutchinson Memorial Challenge Cup at Ripon today.
Trained in mental health counseling, past-life regression and hypnotherapy, Petey guides her clients to their path of healing and peace through the mind, body and soul connection.
Hence we cannot conceive body and soul as two realities in man.
It would take a mindset that could separate body and soul into neat and discrete parts to define soul proactively.
There are a few notable exceptions: Ramie Targoff deftly explores the "parting of body and soul" as "the great subject of Donne's writing"; Nancy Selleck argues that Donne's use of "humoural imagery not only challenges the wide-spread view of his own 'individualism,' but also complicates recent critical discussions of Renaissance selfhood"; and Stephen Pender examines Donne's descriptions of his sick body in the Devotions to assess his "attitudes toward medical thought" (Targoff 2008, 2; Selleck 2001, 150; Pender 2003, 217).
The Mind, Body and Soul festival was held yesterday in Marsden Parochial Hall and was organised by local resident Carol Taft.