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|In such a case, the dynamics not only propagates the errors, but also entangles |
them, giving rise to non–local noise. ... 4.2.1 COMMIT A SIN TWICE AND IT WILL
NOT SEEM A CRIME Quantum information scientists dismiss skepticism about ...
Robert Andrews - 1989 - 343 pages
|William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English essayist There may be other reasons for a |
man's not speaking in publick than want ... Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Anglo-Irish
author Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. rabbinical saying To sin is
|Proverb, Scottish Sins become more subtle as you grow older: you commit sins of |
despair rather than lust. - Read, Piers Paul Sin is geographical. - Russell,
Bertrand Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. - Saying, Jewish It
makes a ...
|Poverty is the mother of crime. 2. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. 3.A |
crow that washes itself often will never be white. 4. Commit a sin twice, and it
seems less like a crime. 5 .The mills of God grind slowly. 6. One murder makes a
|It is not easy to persuade them that they offend ; and if they seem ... should quit |
the crimes which they meet without fail twice a week to contemplate of,
committing them over again in imagination, lest ... Rather than not be wicked,
they will run lawful things up to a criminal excess, and make themselves
offenders when they need not. This u such a kind of pleasure in crime, such a
fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded the devil does not come up to ; the
devil does not commit sin as a ...
|... should quit the crimes which they meet without fail twice a week to contemplate |
of, committing them over again in imagination, ... This is such a kind of pleasure
in crime, such a fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded the devil does not
come up to-, ... commit sin as a pleasure, but with other and~ farther views, such
as aifronting God his supreme governor, and who he ... The fact is not so bloody
and cruel indeed, but the principle is the same; he that can look back upon a
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1885
|SINS. ADY MACBETH instigates her weaker husband to the murder of his |
sleeping guest; then, when the crime is ... As little can any God forgive sins
committed against men 2" so Professor Clifford. ... So modern unbelief ; not so the
anCicnt Christian faith : “ He will subdue our iniquities," says the prophet Micah; "
and thou wilt cast all our sins into the depths of the sea. ... Still seeking to know
whether George Eliot or Paul reads might the book of life, I look out upon it, and,
looking, I see ...
|Nor do I pretend that I have yet gone through all the branches of this dirty practice |
; the wickedness is dispersed ... not a back door, but the corrupt blood, the
offspring of a corrupt race, sally out at, and which way soever you look, you may
see ... quit the crimes which they meet without (all twice a week to contemplate of,
committing them over again In j imagination, ... This U such a kind of pleasure in
crime, inch ' a fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded the j devil does not
come up ...
Cristian Berco - 2007 - 201 pages
|inquisitors did not necessarily enjoy jurisdiction over any sin; rather, they |
operated, for the most part, as an institution designed ... inquisitors never
ventured to prosecute adulterers, rather concentrating on bigamists, who, by
marrying twice or more, implicitly ... men that commit the sin against nature, and
this accusation can be made before the judge where they commit this crime.'19
Local magistrates thus enjoyed jurisdiction over sodomy, an ability they seem to
have regularly utilized.
|God hath not dealt with the one who savingly believes the Gospel "after his sins," |
because He laid them upon his Surety and dealt with Him accordingly; and being
infinitely just, the Divine Judge will not exact payment twice. ... Nor should we
look to the absolute sovereignty of God for its solution, for rather would that be
cutting the knot instead of endeavouring ... Crimes committed by those in high
civic or ministerial office are far more heinous and involve graver consequences
than do ...