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  • Theologian Keri Harvey writes, “Legalism is to seek to achieve forgiveness from God and ac ceptance by God through my obedience to God.”

    God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …

  • Theologian Keri Harvey writes, “Legalism is to seek to achieve forgiveness from God and ac ceptance by God through my obedience to God.”

    God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …

  • Theologian Keri Harvey writes, “Legalism is to seek to achieve forgiveness from God and ac ceptance by God through my obedience to God.”

    God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …

  • Theologian Keri Harvey writes, “Legalism is to seek to achieve forgiveness from God and ac ceptance by God through my obedience to God.”

    God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …

  • What Walker did mostly, besides talk about the nature of self-deception, was to teach a form of ac - ceptance that came with finding inner peace, with going deep in - side to let go of extraneous matters and concerns, and with opening up instead of closing down as a way of dealing with the things that caused pain.

    Ilse Witch

  • He was no longer en - tirely disreputable, for men like Justus Lipsius (who was so influential amonst both Protestants and Catho - lics) were separating the results of his dry, scientific, and realistic approach from some of his political maxims, which were still too crafty and cruel for ac - ceptance in respectable circles.

    BALANCE OF POWER

  • Some indicate ac - ceptance of the Lamarckian view, some acceptance of the Mendelian view, but none can reasonably be interpreted as an important part of the author's social theorizing.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Europe of the Roman Law (from the twelfth century) to disavow judicial precedent as a source of law, though in reconciling Roman law with custom, judicial ac - ceptance of custom was recognized.

    LEGAL PRECEDENT

  • William of Poitiers more Christian in his realism, ac - ceptance of the incarnation, and his humanism than his monastic adversary?

    LOVE

  • While we make exterior preparations for j the decency of the service, let us not forget those internal preparations, which are necessary to our ac - ceptance.

    Sermons delivered on various occasions : first published singly, now republished and collected into a volume, with two new one, never before printed

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