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“Political ponerology (originating from the Greek word for evil, poneros) is a science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes which ultimately on a larger scale results in a pathocracy.”
“Then all the prayer is answered as with the eye of the prophet to whom the future is as now, we see the soul delivered from, born out of evil, _poneros_, which well represents the six days or epochs of labor, strife, and friction, of gestation in materiality, that precede and prepare the way for the Sabbath day to dawn.”
“In the latter passage ho poneros is explained in ver.”
“For men shall be lovers of their own selves •Strongs 5367: philautos, fil´-ow-tos; from 5384 and 846; fond of self, i.e. selfish: - lover of own self. evil•Strongs 4190: ponhro / ß poneros, pon-ay-ros´; from a derivative of”
“-2 Timothy 3: 1-2a evil•Strongs 4190: poneros, pon-ay-ros´; from a derivative of”
“-2 Timothy 3: 1-2a evil •Strongs 4190: poneros, pon-ay-ros´; from a derivative of”
“But in Tobit we find Asmodaeus the evil demon, [Greek: to poneros daimonion], who strangles Sarah's husbands, and also a general reference to "a devil or evil spirit," [Greek: pneuma]. [”
“-- The eye for which this salve is needed is, of course, the spiritual eye, the eye of the conscience, by which spiritual things are discerned and appreciated; which eye may be sound or simple (haplous, Matt.v. 29), or which may be evil (poneros, Matt.vi. 23; cf.”
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