(10) He interprets Christ's command to love our enemies as a call for forgiveness, (11) where forgiveness is at the least a forswearing
of revenge (as Charles Griswold argues (12)), but may also involve a more inner transformation, a forswearing
of resentment itself (as on Murphy's early formulation (13)).
Third, we have recently concluded an agreement with the most significant timber operators to allow environmental laws to be reintroduced after the logging is completed, forswearing
entry by those companies into old-growth areas.
almost everything but food, clothing, and shelter, these devout women brought to their classrooms a unique dedication to teaching - capable of overcoming whatever shortcomings of "higher education" they sometimes had.
The conduct of the argument is not always clear: after forswearing
the General Prologue as a source for the personalities of his tellers, the author describes the Squire as ~a youthful rhetor with little or no interest in love' (p.
of other possibilities will surely raise the hackles of many reviewers, especially historians of the Civil War.
Sally Potter's Orlando has gone another way, forswearing
even scratching the beyond.
I treated the scissors like an x-acto knife, forswearing
the holes where in crab fashion
Bush has been playing a dangerous game, forswearing
torture while making the argument that suspected terrorists must be made to give up their secrets at any cost.
Its story consists essentially of four men forswearing
women for three years and then succumbing to the first four women who cross their paths.
Its idea of a bold leap appeared to be for him to convert to Judaism, forswearing
all Palestinian claims to statehood and selfdetermination.
Last week, that troubling ''but'' was translated into an executive order that, while forswearing
torture, allows the intelligence agency to use ''enhanced'' interrogation methods off-limits to the U.S.