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Psychotherapy as Religion goes on to demonstrate how psychodynamic psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy are all rooted in an American mythology that exalts "heroic individualism", placing responsibility squarely on the individual's shoulders and utterly ignoring contributing factors from society.
In the March 8 issue of the Prairie Messenger, for example, columnist Maureen Weber exalts the 19 dissenting Quebec Catholic priests, referring to homosexual activity as an authentic expression of "love.
As such it is misleading for the reviewer to state that Spong "denounces biblical passages that appear to support the interpretations of his conservative foils, then selects and exalts other verses to buttress his own exegesis.
Narration exalts Arnett, his courage for staying in Baghdad during the last Gulf War, his acceptance by the Iraqi people, his news hound's nose - enough already, you're likely to mutter; let's cut to the chase.
Slithering and careening around the stage in juicy circular patterns, Rousseve exalts in the elegant strains of Billy Strayhorn and the unadulterated delight of a little shimmy, a little shake, and a little soft shoe.
Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted.
Who exalts Herman Hertzberger today, or for that matter James Stirling, Robert Venturi or Michael Graves whose work was once so central to our architectural discourses but who now play second fiddle to Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas and Herzog & de Meuron?
By the filmic technique of capturing the beloved, one fixes the image: one exalts even as one grieves.
With unique inventiveness and poetic articulation Jasperse exalts heretofore ignoble body parts.
Jesus said the tax collector, not the Pharisee, would get closer to God, because he who exalts himself will be humbled and he who humbles himself will be exalted.
Jesus said it was the tax collector, not the Pharisee, who would get closer to God, because he who exalts himself will be humbled and he who humbles himself will be exalted.
For example, Coach, the luxury leather goods marketer that exalts its American heritage, has sustained double-digit sales growth in both the 2001 and 2002 sales years.