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|The foolishness of old age does not characterize all who are old, but only the |
foolish. - Cicero, Marcus T. Every stage of human life, except the last, is marked
out by certain and defined limits; old age alone has no precise and determinate ...
|It is important to note that aphrn does not indicate a lack of knowledge but an |
inability to use it correctly. ... 11:16, 19; 12:6, 11, Paul argues that if it were
appropriate to foolishly boast in human accomplishments, he could boast more
than all men. However, he chooses not to be a fool but to boast only in his
weakness. ... The prefix mor denotes foolishness or stupidity. moros is used in
LXX to describe the people of Israel when they act in contrast to what they know
about their God (Deut.
|We don't blame foolish people for their foolishness, or see it as a moral failure—|
they are, as the saying goes, “just plain stupid.” A fool in the Old Testament is not
merely stupid or intellectually challenged. The Bible fearlessly links foolish ...
|containing the Old and New Testaments, the text printed from the most correct |
copies of the present authorized translation, ... 8 There is one alone, and there is
not a second; yea, he hath neither child nor brother : yet is there no end of all his
labour ... This is not only vanity, the excess of foolishness ; but it is also sore
travail. ... Abraham was a poor child of only three years of age : but he had the
spirit of prophecy ; and he refused to worship the idols which the old foolish king,
Nino rod, ...
|When the Implement Dealer Overbuys WRITTEN FOR THE IMPLEMENT AGE BY |
"OLD-TIMER. ... recently, we saw the statement made that financial disaster did
not come from getting into debt, but from getting into debt foolishly. ... The real
question is as to what may be characterized as a foolish debt. .... The differences
in the working quality of lines is not one of degree at all, it is only one of
Hendrickson Publishers - 2006 - 1584 pages
|AMP notes: a The word “fool” in the Old Testament seldom, if ever, is used to |
describe the feebleminded, imbecile, idiot, or moron. Rather ... 8 The wisdom of
the sensible is to understand his way, But the foolishness of fools is deceit. 9
Fools mock ... 10 The heart knows its own bitterness, And a stranger does not
share its joy. 11 The ... 23 In all labor there is profit, But mere talk leads only to
poverty. 24 The ...
|This message is illustrated more vividly in the later-life activities of the deposed |
ancient Israel's premiere monarch, Saul. ... The reign of king Saul is
characterized basically as a failure, for his lack of fear of Yahweh, which is
demonstrated by his foolish ... Thus, old age is also not responsible for Saul's
acts of foolishness but his lack of fear of Yahweh (12:14; 13:14; 15:24). ...
Consequently, not only is Saul portrayed as a "fool," he admits himself to be a "
fool" (^30, 13:13; 26:21) who is ...
|They can square circles, but an erstand not the state of their own souls, describe |
right lines and crooked, die. but. know not what ... I think all the Anticyree will not
restore them to their wits, aif these men now, that held " Xenodotus heart, Crates
liver, ... They were vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was full of
darkness," Rom. i. ... Jovianus Pontanns, Antonio Dial, brings in some laughing at
an old man, that by reason of his age was alittle fond, but as he admonisheth
2011 - 384 pages
|Research and policy implications of the once appreciated, but recently forgotten, |
construct of foolish action for the field of ID ... of this discussion is to move the
construct of ''gullibility'' (induced social foolishness) from being just one among
many ... aimed at researchers specializing in intellectual disabilities (ID), is likely
to stir up concern among those old enough to ... foolish action to describe an
overlooked aspect of human behavior that (a) is found in all people, not just those
with ID ...
Vicki K. Janik - 1998 - 552 pages
|shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise" (1.5.44-45); that fool |
likewise reveals his wisdom to all who will hear, who can see. Paul's focus
demands another turn, however, since like Erasmus's funnier Folly, he wants to
teach his readers about the powerful foolishness of the cross. ... But it reveals
only on its own terms, and in its own forms: it does not describe or represent a
separate content of ...