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gifts, now aroused from dormancy or tepidity by a mini catechesis that
The most tragic thing of all, perhaps, is that soon this phrase will be entirely irrelevant, because people no longer recognize darkness for what it is: spiritual tepidity, sin, heresy, evil, death, hell.
To be fair, their tepidity, self-interest, and occasional acts of class collaborationism are less significant in explaining the declining power of organized labour than broader political economy changes.
tepidity and lukewarmness, and may bring my heart to a mollification, to a tenderness, as Job found it" (Sermons IX.