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Alistair Cameron Crombie, Michael A. Hoskin - 1985 - Snippet view - More editions
|£27.50. Every time a partial truth has been taken for the sole explanation of |
things, there has been a heavy price to pay. ... for the occult; in short, that "Things
have never been more like the way they are today in history" (Dwight D.
|This is why many of the sanest minds in history have been wary of religion and its |
explosive, but unsustainable claims. Apart from the danger religion ... Words
point to things, but they can never be the things they point to. This may seem too
|tory, this narrative, and the identities and ways of life built upon them— must be |
protected from the onslaughts of allegorical ... They have never felt that identity
was simply finished, that there was no more possibility of change or newness, or
that the ... it suggests that something utterly nonnegotiable will have to be given
up: the body, or history, or the identity of Jesus. ... body has been replaced, one
nonetheless continues to sign one's name with confidence in the
unsubstitutableness of ...
|This needs to be mentioned because of the popularity today of an imaginary |
entity that has been fabricated by ... That thing is what is called the “universal
invisible church.” This is probably the most popular view of ecclesiology in
Christendom. ... there is a group of Christians that all down through the centuries
have never identified with the universal church in any way. They trace their
history back to the churches of the New Testament like the ones in Thessalonica,
Corinth, Ephesus, ...
|They would do this tomorrow but they are cowards, so have been systematically |
tearing away at these things. They hate to care for people. They have never seen
a gun they didn't like. The religious sector only uses ... The same is as true today
as it was then they have learned a lot more over time, allowing them more control
. The biggest joke in history is the trickle-down theory. Things have never trickled
|In fact, there have been eras in the history of our beleaguered world in which |
multiple sets of tide-like influences have ... Certainly our century has been the
most politically interesting, the bloodiest, the most revolutionary, and the most ...
The question, Why are things the way they are? has been asked by successive
generations of curious men from the dawn of history ... That is so because few
persons today have taken the time to evaluate the issues and agree with the true
and resist ...
|Given determinism, 'each possible' (in a non-epistemic sense) can mean no more |
than that each is compatible with natural law. ... Now, determinists believe that
there has never been a stage of history such that given the way things were at
that stage, it was possible ... alternative actuality would have been like if, instead
of E's happening at t, E had not happened at t, they usually think, like everyone
|A History of Extraterrestrial Intervention Paul Von Ward ... It may be something |
like the hardware of a modern computer, built into the neural pathways and
animated by a species-specific ... This suggests humans have an intrinsic need to
figure things out, or at least to believe they have done so. ... As in the animal
kingdom generally, other humans could have been more inclined to try new
behaviors or ideas just for the satisfaction of learning. ... When I first 88 We've
Never Been Alone.
|The worse thing about the end times wasn't the end, but the means to get there. ... |
Depression happened like an acid trip. ... No one ever knew which way they
would go. ... That question, Rene thought, could lead one to understand more the
nature of the view ofthe end times. ... The sad thing was those individuals have
been doing that all throughout history and there has never been any end times to
|Many patterns stem from the old ways things have been done in organizations. |
Outmoded rules, policies, and practices remain intact today despite the
tremendous changes taking place in the nature of the workforce. Shaped by
attitudes ... inclusive today. Iglehart (2000) points out that an agency's history is
one characteristic that can be an obstacle to diversity competency. ... fact that
they take on myth-like qualities makes them even more powerful as obstacles to
change. TOOLS AND ...