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“The subject becomes a kind of child of the writer, regarding him as a permissive, all-accepting, all-forgiving mother, and expecting that the book will be written by her.”
“With older denominations spawning schismatic denominations and churches spawning yet newer churches, there was no single all-embracing, all-forgiving church to serve as a solvent for differences.”
“The young are the children of media images, and the Negro savior -- the all-forgiving, supernaturally inclined Morgan Freeman-like healing figure is as familiar to them as text messaging.”
““Love,” we are told, “suffereth long and is kind ... beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things” — that sweet, generous, all-forgiving tenderness of love was not in the pagan, Oscar Wilde, and therefore even his deepest passion never won to complete reconciliation and ultimate redemption.”
“He will forgive her, for He is all-forgiving, but Allah is saddened by what she did.”
“Medieval Christians surviving the Black Plague had their faith sorely tried and many realized that a god who sent such unpleasantness among "his people" was clearly not an omniscient and all-forgiving god, but rather more likely a hoax perpetrated on them by a corrupt clergy, a parable of tyranny on the model of all too frequent human tyrants.”
“I`ve knitted a bit more of the leg than you see here and it feels lovely and soft, but it`s not as easy to work with as an all-forgiving 75% wool 25% nylon blend or similar.”
“For now, only teaser images are on display: attractive men and women pretend to yawn in a very aesthetically pleasing manner, photographed in all-forgiving black and white.”
“All I had to do was turn, and I was home again in the arms of an all-forgiving God.”
“Falling for this creature of his imagination, this all-forgiving, all-healing girl—this magic, winning ticket.”
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