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Almost fifty years earlier he had concluded his Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church with the following passage:
Turkey, Its Mission and Doom; A Prophetical Instruction, with a preface by Alexander Duff, D.
25) In the preface to Saint Joan, Shaw quotes approvingly the letter of a priest who writes that he sees in Shaw's play "the dramatic presentation of the conflict of the Regal, sacerdotal, and Prophetical powers, in which Joan was crushed.
Very little is known about the LRA and its self-styled prophetical leader, Joseph Kony.
She had experienced, in her early years, her father's openly expressed preference for herself, das Kindchen, and was equally well aware of Thomas's sometimes shortsighted politics and her uncle Heinrich's almost prophetical astuteness when it came to Germany's future.
In these stunning texts the perplexing prophetical perspectives adopted in the three great visionary works, of which the Scivias has probably come to be the best known, are presented in relation to a social context, her network of correspondents throughout the Empire, and she emerges as much more individual, multifaceted figure, with friends and enemies, austere and in&pendent, than one would ever believe if one only knew her work from the concert hall.
A Hymn to Ganga', as he explains in its prefacing argument, `is feigned to be the work of a Brahmen, in an early age of Hindu antiquity, who, by a prophetical spirit, discerns the toleration and equity of the BRITISH government, and concludes with a prayer for its peaceful duration under good laws well administered' (Selected Works, p.
It is typical of other prophetical books in showing God's historical dealings with Israel.
Godbey predicted that the "gift of language" was "destined to play a conspicuous part in the evangelization of the heathen world, amid the glorious prophetical fulfillment of the latter days.
The knowing attitude vis-a-vis a future state of affairs allows two possible justifications: the statement is either a prophetical (noninferential) prediction or an assertion concerning a programmed event (programmed future).
42] According to Foxe's Acts and Monuments, Revelation is that "book [which], as it containeth a prophetical history of the church, so like wise it requireth by histories to be opened.
Moreover, Prajna offers no counter claim to the prophetical kerygma, because like Hebrew wisdom, it is not concerned with the historical notion of redemption.