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It does exclude, however, superseding one's private beliefs over received and divinely inspired Tradition.
the strong-willed man, the triumphant general, and the country's divinely decreed destiny" in the mold of such earlier nation-making heroes as George Washington.
Within the context of post-modernism, however, separation of Church and state has come to mean the "separation of state and religion" and that the state cannot impose the moral conclusions even of Divinely Revealed religion, for example, on the citizens at large (e.g., regarding abortion, euthanasia, marriage, etc.).
As a rule, celebs' style (or lack of it) is a constant: Helena Bonham Carter always wears ridiculous clothes and Jennifer Aniston is divinely dressed every day of her life.
Divinely inspired by the whisperings of a trinity of saints, Joan recalls the stages of her life up to the moment of her exaltation.
And the only reason God would do something like that, one could reasonably deduce, was because he was divinely peeved about something, most likely something they did wrong.
as a divinely predetermined totality," "pessimism about the present and conviction of its imminent crisis" and finally the "belief in the proximate judgement of evil and triumph of the good, the element of vindication" (10).
Beane happily penned a screenplay version of his story of a gay novelist whose life is tom asunder by the divinely decadent con artist Alexa Vere de Vere.
The first paragraph states: "With firm faith, I also believe everything contained in the Word of God, whether written or handed down in Tradition, which the Church, either by a solemn judgment or by the ordinary and universal Magisterium, sets forth to be believed as divinely revealed." The object taught in this paragraph is constituted by all those doctrines of divine and catholic faith which the Church proposes as divinely and formally revealed and, as such, as irreformable.
Their authors seem to agree that, as long as the stick is the weapon, the bare bottom the place, and love the motive, physical punishment is divinely sanctioned.
It is an expression of love to help them in their divinely called vocation to answer their call to holiness through chastity.
Their readings of choice are the divinely inspired scripture and the writings of women and men who share their faith and the insights they themselves have received as they read scripture.