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|into doubtful and dangerous courses. A conscientious man would be cautious |
how he dealt in blood. He would feel some apprehension at being called to a
tremendous account for engaging in so deep a play without any sort of
knowledge of ...
|The black races have always been servants, and looked down upon by all the |
others, nor has any negro State ever raised itself to a level of real civilization. . . .
The red ... A conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt in blood. (
|The events of this war are of so much greater magnitude than those who either |
wished or feared it, ever looked for, that this alone ought to fill every considerate
mind with anxiety ... A conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt in
|of the last year. Whether you are yet wholly out of danger from them, is more than |
I know, or than your rulers can divine. But even if I were certain of my ... A
conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt in blood. He \vou\a feej some
|the greater the destruction of the values of the young men or women who are so |
placed. ... of the eighteenth-century British conservative parliamentarian Edmund
Burke: “A conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt with blood.
|Mr. Bush would be well advised to consign his preemptive war theory to the |
ashcan of history. The British Conservative member of Parliament, Edmund
Burke, had it right: “A conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt in blood
.” There ...
|That there should be a political controversy over whether there is a civil war in |
Iraq is a tribute to the Bush ... prevent and prepare for war.11 —Albert Einstein A
conscientious man would be cautious how he dealt in blood.12 —Edmund Burke
|However, the original form of such a "Semi-Decalogue" can no longer be |
discerned with any reliability. ... they seek to warn against apostasy and to
inculcate the correct procedure for dealing with sacrificial animals and sacrificial
blood. ... Rarely does the Old Testament subject sacred things to such conscious
interpretation. ... only in connection with the universally human caution in dealing
|New blood — well educated, sophisticated young men and new ideas— was |
needed to overcome what had been, it must be ... He is not careful in using
money, but is most conscientious in his purposes.... How wisely he would deal
with Christians engaged in earning money and in business relations I do not feel