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By insinuating unfounded suspicions in our thoughts, suggesting faithlessness or through actions and speeches, Satan tries to divert us from Islam and or its simplicity setting up many different traps for us.
And that makes the exposure of their addiction even more difficult and painful for them--it lays bare their faithlessness.
In years to come, Seselj's case may well be remembered for his vexatious, disrespectful and contemptuous conduct, (234) but this view is likely to be overshadowed by the long reach of the ICTY's ultimate faithlessness to its rules and complete failure to genuinely consider the fairness implications of inserting a new judge into a completely heard case.
It's no accident that the consequent foolishness, fecklessness and faithlessness of such dereliction has resulted in an inexorable loss of true freedom in all Western nations and an advancing darkness that may now be irreversible.
In this case, since Palomides was a pagan and since Iseult was already a representative of faithlessness, the vision ceases almost immediately:
But I did not wholly subscribe to their faithlessness - I have always had this feeling that there just may be someone up there rooting for one or other of us regardless of our advertised beliefs.
Already I have put more thought to the alleged connection between faithlessness and drug use than Califano did.
Indeed, in a later verbal scuffle with the Attorney General, defense lawyer Philip Phillips claimed that he was "grieved to see that the counsel for the prosecution had laid down the proposition that when the prisoner had knowledge of the faithlessness of his wife, there was no cause for passion.
While Ahab may have been the king of a relatively powerful Northern Kingdom in the 9th century BCE, Elijah's concern is centered on Ahab's faithlessness to God by stealing the vineyard of the king's neighbor.
12) John Swinton, writing from the perspective of disability, argues that the problem with philosophical theodicy is that it asks questions about the character of God that are "simply inappropriate and perhaps even idolatrous"; in relying on human reason rather than on the evidence of the love and power of God revealed in the incarnation and resurrection of Jesus, theodicy is a mark of faithlessness.
Haufrau," pronounced the New York Times Book Review, "is obviously something of a Madame Bovary/ Anna Karenina mash-up featuring the expected secrets and lies, faithlessness and despair.