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Gaon (882-942), who belonged to the second generation of Judeo-Arabic theologians, is unusual in that he excels in both polemic and disputatious thinking and contemplative thinking, says Hegedus (philosophy and religious studies, U.
In 1951 there was a second and somewhat disputatious edition of Allen Curnow's important verse anthology.
They could be recruited for the PNWC as volunteer instructors to give the disputatious Americans guidance on respecting authorities.
Often disputatious, never unfair, always insightful, Fr.
It's simply impossible for me to 'belong' to this quarrelsome, hostile, disputatious, and deservedly infamous group.
WHAT I'm writing is certainly disputatious, and will antagonise swarms of your readers.
As the most prominent organizing genre, the philosophic dialogue here provides only disputatious energy without the dialectical control of, for instance, Socratic dialogues.
In such environments, they display traits of aggressiveness, tension and a disputatious attitude.
Many commentators, or people who talk, have imagined that they see a disputatious Church where one part is against the other, doubting even the Holy Spirit, the true promoter and guarantor of the unity and harmony of the Church--the Holy Spirit who throughout history has always guided the barque, through her Ministers, even when the sea was rough and choppy, and the ministers unfaithful and sinners.
Before being promoted by a divided school board to superintendent -- during a disputatious December meeting -- Mr.
The union of a universalist religion with a monarch such as the Roman emperor, who ruled a vast empire could, nevertheless, have put an end to any prospect of freedom, as in other civilizations, but Christianity's inheritance of the rational, disputatious Greek philosophy led to powerfully divisive quarrels about the nature of god and other theological questions, in the tradition of Greek philosophical debate.