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The Role of Edom in Biblical Prophecy and Story, jsot serie suplementaria 169, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 1994; Beth Glazier-McDonald, "Edom in the Prophetical Corpus", en Diana V.
He is Prophet, Priest, and King; and after his pattern, and in human measure, Holy Church has a triple office too; not the prophetical alone and in isolation .
Turkey, Its Mission and Doom; A Prophetical Instruction, with a preface by Alexander Duff, D.
If other ages felt less, they saw more, even though they saw with the blind, prophetical, unsentimental eye of acceptance, which is to say, of faith.
I suggest that, in conjunction with volume 8 and the events of 1841, one read his Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church, viewed relatively to Romanism and popular Protestantism (although it was published in 1837).
Which is why what Prof Andrew Graves is telling me may be prophetical, instead of just hypothetical.
However, as Burbandt himself admits, a geo-cultural context in which conflicts between too great millennial and prophetical traditions (Christianity and Islam) have been imported several centuries ago could hardly be interpreted in the same way as Cargo cults and culture change in Melanesia, unless the notion of Cargo cult is used in a 'loose analytical sense'.
Thus our own time, faithfully attentive to tradition and to the progress of theology and the sciences, will make its contribution of praise to her whom according to her own prophetical words, all generations will call blessed (cf.
Yet the Jewish prophetical tradition has always stressed the importance of working for and with the people.
Her comment would prove prophetical when Gifford did tie the proverbial stone to the movement in the shape of The Baviad and Maeviad and sank the Della Cruscans.
There she affirms logos-inspired clarity over visceral emotion: "If other ages felt less, they saw more, even though they saw with the blind, prophetical, unsentimental eye of acceptance, which is to say, of faith.
The only thing she preserved intact was her identity (and this not without difficulties and risks) and her prophetical voice over the historical process.