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For thus speak ye: "Real are we wholly, and without faith and superstition": thus do ye plume yourselves--alas
Yet it cannot be called talent to slay fellow-citizens, to deceive friends, to be without faith, without mercy, without religion; such methods may gain empire, but not glory.
The course of the Father Confessor's arguments ran as follows: "Ignorant of the import of what you were undertaking, you made a vow of conjugal fidelity to a man who on his part, by entering the married state without faith in the religious significance of marriage, committed an act of sacrilege.
There can be no life without faith and love--faith in a human heart, love of a human being
Levin knew his brother and the workings of his intellect: he knew that his unbelief came not from life being easier for him without faith, but had grown up because step by step the contemporary scientific interpretation of natural phenomena crushed out the possibility of faith; and so he knew that his present return was not a legitimate one, brought about by way of the same working of his intellect, but simply a temporary, interested return to faith in a desperate hope of recovery.
In our present differences is either party without faith of being in the right?
Soon, as he rode along, he met a Saracen whose name was Sansfoy, or without faith, "full large of limb and every joint he was, and cared not for God or man a point.
There, then, he sat, the sign and symbol of a man without faith, hopelessly holding up hope in the midst of despair.
and that they cannot overcome such modern-time challenges without faith in Allah and the homeland, unity of which must be their prime objective .
Without faith, a person's life is like a kite flying in the air with its string cut, and without a destination.
Essays address Britts's views on how to be a good farmer (that organic farming cannot "find its full meaning outside the context of the whole of life"), and his notion that works without faith are efforts in vain.
Frassati said, "To live without faith, without a heritage to defend, without battling constantly for truth, is not to live but to 'get along'; we must never just get along'.