SOCRATES: And is there anything else of which the professors are affirmed not only not to be teachers of others, but to be ignorant themselves, and bad at the knowledge of that which they are professing
The pitiable lot is that of the man who could not call himself a martyr even though he were to persuade himself that the men who stoned him were but ugly passions incarnate--who knows that he is stoned, not for professing
the Right, but for not being the man he professed to be.
And there are hens, professing
to have made
They are they who are represented as professing
to love God whom they have not seen, whilst they hate their brother whom they have seen.
But Rose was wide-awake, and escaped all his snares, professing
great contempt for such foolish customs.
He discusses professing
Islam in a post-secular society, adversity in post-secular Europe, finding a common language, witnessing and professing
in prophetic and positive religions, after Auschwitz: Islam in Europe, post-secularity and its discontents: the barbaric revolt against barbarism, and the globalized post-secular society and the future of Islam.
A MAN yesterday denied he addressed meetings on behalf of and belonging to or professing
to belong to the IRA.
Considering that the authorities have no plans of conducting a census soon, the paper wonders on its front page why so many initiatives have recently appeared for recounting Macedonians professing
Islam, Albanians professing
Eastern Christianity or descendents of Turks that left Macedonia in the 1950s but who wish to apply now for Macedonian citizenships.
The report, "New Sisters and Brothers Professing
Perpetual Vows in Religious Life" is based on a survey conducted by the Georgetown University-based Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate and commissioned by the U.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Iran is playing a "double game" in Afghanistan by professing
to want good ties with Kabul while trying to undermine U.
Now, even the LA Times and the mayor of SM have been audibly recorded professing
semblances of Wilson's imminent quotable philosophy.
No person," the court continued, "can be punished for entertaining or professing
religious beliefs or disbeliefs, for church attendance or non-attendance.