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“From the church: A man who recently received his Doctorate in Divinity from the Montreal Theological College.”
“What this fellow is looking for is a Masters in Divinity, which is granted by many colleges and universities, including Yale.”
“She has an AB from Smith College, where she currently serves on the board of trustees, a Master's in Divinity from Harvard University, a JD from the University of Louisville School of Law, and an MFA in Writing from Spalding University.”
“Divinity is Faith beyond the narrowmindedness of man made religiosity, this is Faith it moves hearts souls and even mountains.”
“Well, governor, don't forget to include in your endorsement that HIllary's big backer from Howard School of Divinity is the one who orchestrated, organized, and invited Rev. Wright to the Press Club fiasco the day before Obama's Philadelphia speech.”
“You know, as the possessor of a bona-fide fake Doctor of Divinity from the Universal Life Church, this really steams me.”
“You will find him rather skeptical as to the efficacy of prayer; his conception of the Divinity is far from dogmatic; and while the imagery of the immortality of the soul is quite flattering to his ego, he would not be willing to subscribe to the certainty of an hereafter.”
“He has been honoured with the Doctorate in Divinity by several colleges.”
“Ordinarily when the word Divinity is mentioned, it is associated in the minds of the hearers with certain formulas and doctrines, whereas it essentially means the wisdom and knowledge of God, the effulgence of the Sun of Truth, the revelation of reality and divine philosophy.”
“In this lies the most direct practical argument with regard to what is commonly called the Divinity of Christ.”
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