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.
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.
Lynn grudgingly boards a plane, professing
only distaste for her native town--its dryness and strip malls and lack of culture, the place where her father died of heart failure.
It is a testimony to Wojtyla's courage that he persevered in his faith despite the dark times in which openly professing
religious beliefs could easily lead to imprisonment or execution at the hands of the authorities.
From the outset, Hall indicates that this work is not a summary of what he has already articulated in his trilogy (Thinking the Faith , Professing
the Faith , and Confessing the Faith ).
This is how the shepherd loses his life for the flock of Christ entrusted to him, by boldly professing
the truth when his silence will only injure his flock.
Still bearing the scars of evolutionary teaching he endured in his days as a Florida State student, Baxley last spring introduced a bill that would prevent teachers from punishing students for professing
beliefs with which teachers disagree, and advise professors to teach alternative "serious academic theories."
Canada is definitely at the forefront in professing
and acting upon Jesus' second great commandment.
Welsh speakers seem to be more devotional than non-Welsh speakers, 57% professing
belief in contrast to 53% of non-Welsh speakers.
To take another example, in a critical section of the book Hoyle reinterprets the actions of Thomas, Lord Darcy, usually seen by historians as a minor noble who played a double game, professing
loyalty to Henry VIII while encouraging the rebels.