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concludes with a call for the church to make a greater effort to explain humanity's godliness as the goal and purpose of Christianity, for which effort K.
Next to godliness, cleanliness has always rated supreme on any mother's to-do list, even though the child's propensity is genetically geared in the opposite direction.
Paul provides in II Timothy 3:5 to avoid those "having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof.
In Next to Godliness, Daniel Burnstein examines how Progressive reformers tried to produce clean, healthy and orderly urban environments and people in New York City's Lower East Side.
that owning too much stuff might inhibit one's kavvanah, concentration on God and godliness.
Here sits the moral of his story, which he posits by reminding us of the emphasis on morality (the next to godliness theme) among both early twentieth-century conservatives, who relied solely on moralistic efforts to shape the behavior of individuals, and the reformers, who insisted on coupling moral education with a communitarian approach that proposed recreational education (juvenile street cleaning leagues, e.
Leonard Cynink ensures the grounds are well maintained, while Stella Shane organizes the office duties and a cleaning staff ensures that cleanliness is next to godliness.
Unlike John the Baptist, Jesus' method led to a principled faith, promoting justice and godliness.
One of a (thankfully) growing number of conductors to turn around and talk to his audience, Manze told us how Bach intended his Musical Offering as a lesson in Godliness and morality for Frederick the Great, the atheistic and somewhat unruly Prussian monarch.
Genocide of any fabric is the ultimate blasphemy to the image of godliness and must not be endured.
Cleanliness may be next to Godliness, but it doesn't help ammo at all.
They might have been better off with more cleanliness and less godliness.