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With the assistance of Bob (Terrence Mann), a once all-powerful and now impotent medieval wizard and Harry's confidante (think of Bob as a goth Mr.
Such is life in the Islamic Republic of Iran, where 68 million Iranians are now subject to near total social and political domination by the all-powerful Shi'a Muslim clergy that controls the state's central power structures.
Hoffman argues that historians too often have attributed urban physical development to all-powerful elites.
Those include saying their faith is very important in their life today; believing they have a personal responsibility to share their religious beliefs about Christ with non-Christians; believing that Satan exists; believing that eternal salvation is possible only through grace, not works; believing that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth; asserting that the Bible is accurate in all that it teaches; and describing God as the all-knowing, all-powerful, perfect deity who created the universe and still rules it today.
Think about that passage for a moment: If the all-knowing, all-powerful Creator didn't wish to make me a lesbian, wouldn't God have made someone else?
This is an all-powerful yet unconventional God who reverses the places of the high and low trees and the green and the dry.
There are also technical issues confronting dissemination by electronic means, specifically, archival stability and dependency on still evolving software and technology, but the all-powerful reach of the electronic form is proving irresistible.
In 1940, the Saugatuck River was dammed by the all-powerful Bridgeport Hydraulic Company (BHC), flooding the river valley and carrying away farms and mills.
The sudden fall of this apparently all-powerful state sowed in Kipling doubts about the permanence of British rule.
Issing is the ECB board member who heads the all-powerful research department.
LAST DECEMBER, AS the world tried to grapple with the devastating scope of the tsunami that hit South Asia--at last count, the death toll stood at nearly 300,000--the tragedy became fodder for fatuous religious discussions, focusing on an ancient question: How can a just, good, all-powerful, all-loving God allow evil to happen and innocents to suffer?
I had always believed that it was God who was all-powerful and that we were in his protection.