one who proclaims

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It is a positive sign that one of the most prestigious acknowledgements in the field of the international press has been attributed to one who proclaims spiritual, religious and moral values in the world, and who speaks effectively in favour of peace and greater justice.
In the person of Christ, the NT underscores the tension that emerges between the one who proclaims a new commandment to "love one another as I have loved you" and his execution at the hands of legal authorities (30).
I" seems the natural response of a poet, of one who proclaims authority; from that position, outrage over someone's cooption of that authorship is natural.
To this dialogue, which is essential for peace, the Christian Church brings its own symbol of peace, "Christ [who] is our peace" (Eph 2:14), the humble God who "triumphed [upon the cross] with a love capable of reaching even to death," the judge of the last judgment who identifies himself with the stranger ["I was a stranger and you welcomed me" (Mt 25:35c)], the one who proclaims "Blessed are the peacemakers" (Mt 5:9).
The bishop is the one who proclaims publicly and clearly the gospel.

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