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  • Schonfield reveals that when the code is applied to the name of the mysterious severed-head idol allegedly worshipped by the Templars—Baphomet—then it transforms into the Greek word sophia.

    The Templar Revelation

  • In ancient times, men which were distinguished for their superior learning and knowledge and their correctness in judgment, were called sophia, that is, Pythagoras and Socrates, two of the most eminent men of their city, although that was thought to be too high a title to be given to any one but God himself; and from that time of controversy, they were known by a more modest name, the lovers of wisdom -- philosophæ, or philosophers.

    A History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Only One in the United States of America, Styled Bethel Church

  • The most likely reason is to be located in the notion of sophia perennis, which played an important role in the thought of Florentine humanists.

    Judah Abrabanel

  • I really miss the real Truth's sophisticated sophistry. it's too bad "sophia" means wisdom rather than truth (otherwise the alliteration would be awesome)

    Sadly, No!

  • 26 March, 6: 19AM to "sophia" please tell our hero Joseph God bless him for everything he does and someone in Canada loves him very much and he has an amazing voice, his voice reminds me of Fares Karam's ...

    WALEG

  • It makes me wonder if there is anything in life that he actually does like? sophia says:

    Twilight Lexicon » Stephen King on Stephenie Meyer

  • Write to Sophia Hollander at sophia. hollander@wsj.com

    Running for the Red, White and Blue

  • And we see this principle at work throughout the Bible: the striking contrast between the primitiveness of the poet and the profundity of the poem, between the smallness of the singer and the greatness of the song, between the absence of human sophistication and the presence of divine sophia, divine wisdom.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • Labels: daily mail, random misogyny generator, sophia loren

    Olly's Onions

  • From Global Voices: [...] 18 May 2009, 9: 27 am sophia

    Global Voices in English » China: Netizens stand with the waitress who killed an official

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  • "Sweet Sophia," by Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers

    February 9, 2008