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beasts and towns of idolaters, one nevertheless does not find a single
9-20 there is a send-up of an imbecilic idolater, a carpenter who cuts down a tree, takes the log and burns part of it to warm himself and bake his bread--and then, incredibly, "Half of it he bums in the fire; over the half he heats flesh, he roasts meat and is satisfied; also he warms himself and says, 'Aha, I am warm, I have seen the fire
The opinion of Abu Saeed about 'Allah rejects, and his messenger (rejects) the idolaters .
The Byzantine Emperor Leo the Isaurian became influenced by taunts from Muslim propaganda that Christians were idolaters for worshipping images.
Rather, he was mired in Ur Kasdim among the foolish idolaters.
In contrast, Daoists and Buddhists were labeled as idolaters, and Buddhism was specifically chastised for having first brought idolatry to China.
Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers -- they won't inherit the kingdom of God.
This time the assailant left the calf unmolested, focusing instead on the dancing idolaters in the foreground.
The author argues that his transmission of hadith about killing men who have sex with men should be seen in the context of (Ikrima's affiliation with the Kharijis, who were known for placing sinners in the same category as idolaters.
Yet while there are notes to be taken from her strange trip through post-millennial music, Lopez idolaters would be advised not to hew too closely to the model.
There is of course the widely held view that Muslims hate idolaters and Hindus hate cow-eaters.
At the end of the chapter, Martin summarizes his findings: "The Council, citing Romans 1:21, 25, declares that many have been deceived by the evil one and rejected the truth for a lie and are in effect idolaters.