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  • Conversion is not a new phenomenon: as Simeon Potter noted in Our Language, it became possible with the weakening of inflections in Middle English, and took off in earnest with their further loss in Modern English.

    “Attacks” on the language are greatly misunderstood

  • Jerry S: Thanks, that was very brave and honest to say that - so we know that the condition does exist for both genders (Chronic Fatigue used to be a hysterical disorder and they used to put people in sanatariums) - I think they use the phrase Conversion Disorder now (which translates: Brain does stuff we no understand), but still left with why so many females get slapped the label.

    I take medical control (failed) while headway with Japan & Kimono obsession

  • Conversion is the first resurrection from the death of sin to the life of righteousness; and this resurrection is conformable to Christ's resurrection.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • Conversion is the grafting in of wild branches into the good olive.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • Conversion is hard work, but it is needful, and, blessed be God, it is not impossible if we strive, Luke xiii.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

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  • Gyan Prakash (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), 153 – 82; Leonard Blussé, "Dutch Protestant Missionaries as Protagonists of the Territorial Expansion of the VOC on Formosa," in Conversion, Competition, and Conflict: Essays on the Role of Religion in Asia, ed.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • Note 65: See Leonard Blussé, "Dutch Protestant Missionaries as Protagonists of the Territorial Expansion of the VOC on Formosa," in Conversion, Competition, and Conflict: Essays on the Role of Religion in Asia, ed.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • See Blussé, "Dutch Protestant Missionaries as Protagonists of the Territorial Expansion of the VOC on Formosa," in Conversion, Competition, and Conflict: Essays on the Role of Religion in Asia, ed.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • Note 59: Leonard Blussé's translation, "Dutch Protestant Missionaries as Protagonists of the Territorial Expansion of the VOC on Formosa," in Conversion, Competition, and Conflict: Essays on the Role of Religion in Asia, ed.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

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  • The apostle Paul's conversion was sudden and radical, while the conversion of Lydia was apparently gradual and gentle. -Illustrated Dictionary of The Bible

    October 1, 2010