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'When your brother had said to your mother that he had asked her no less than five times, and that it was so, that she positively denied him, methinks a younger sister need not question the truth of it when her mother did not.' 'My mother, you see, did not understand it,' says the second sister.
When the young man found that these churches were not the same, but had their own beliefs, he begins to question the truth of Christianity.
I don't feel a need to question the truth of the history of the site, nor debate my personal feelings.
Today the Birmingham Mail joins the police in urging Small Heath families to question the truth of any wild stories that are circulating.
Upon meeting a handsome man, however, she begins to question the truth of her curse and a kiss may lead her to test it.
Our chests swell when it is announced that these results have broken all records, and we turn on those mean-spirited souls who question the truth of this old tale.
Or, for the sake of civil order, we might likely question the truth of our own faith.
Peterson explores the question of what history is in a postmodern era when we have come to question the truth of historical narrative from a poststructural position, and concludes, following Frederic Jameson's assertion in The Political Unconscious (1981), that "history is what hurts." This probably has a different resonance for those of us who spent that Tuesday in September watching the television coverage of the collapses of the World Trade Centers and part of the Pentagon and trying to comprehend what it meant--that, unlike all the destruction of cities we had witnessed over the years in disaster movies, this was real.