- n. Plural form of believer.
“This is important, because this is a large part of what motivates the DI and other creationists - although arguably they are more about taking money from the believers who exist now than about making new believers*”
“Narrative, especially with reference to close baptist principles, which in the highest and strongest degree were practised among the brethren at Stuttgart: and she wrote to me, to ask my view about that point, as she felt pained at separating from true believers, because they might not be instructed about believers baptism.”
“Spiritual life in believers is kindled from the life itself of God”
“The Spirit dwelling and working in believers is as a fountain of living running water, out of which plentiful streams flow, cooling and cleansing as water, mollifying and moistening as water, making them fruitful, and others joyful; see ch. iii.”
“God’s indwelling Spirit in believers is filling “cups” and overflowing “saucers,” never lacking in supply nor running dry.”
“But, as I say, the bitterness that is shown by New Atheists to opponents -- especially those like me who have no religious beliefs but who refuse to label believers as either stupid or cowardly or evil -- certainly reminds me of the practices of the religious.”
“The religious category that the authors label, with ill - concealed disparagement, as "true believers" is small and diminishing — and a darn good thing, it would seem.”
“This decade-old group contains orthodox believers from a variety of traditions, with wildly divergent theologies.”
“Chief among Tebow non-believers is ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr., who says, "I never thought Tim Tebow was an NFL quarterback.”
“The problem with the true believers is that they insist on forcing people into black or white boxes, often with rifles, bombs, or ostracism, while insisting that theirs is the only way, hypocritical as their values are — because no set of “pure” codified values can be applied wholesale to the world as it is without becoming hypocritical.”
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(Given Saturday, March 4, 1865, Washington, D.C.)
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