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  • But as the Amsterdam and Berlin editions both have the word patris and not matris, the translation above given seems to be required.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • There must be some amount of uncertainty on this point, from the fact that no direct statement exists to clear it up, and that the word patris was loosely employed to mean not only place of birth, but place of residence and occupation.

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland.

    Economist's View

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland.

    Economist's View

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland. [

    Autoblog Green

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland. [

    Autoblog Green

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland. [

    Autoblog Green

  • The word comes from the Greek patris, meaning fatherland. [

    Autoblog Green

  • However, while they were permitted to operate they were fundamentally compromised as the Civil War state, despite its Westernising pretensions, forced feminists into a very narrow playing field, which was defined by the values patris-thriskeia-oikogeneia (country-religion-family).

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • This is sometimes called neo-scholasticism, although sometimes that term refers particularly to the theology and philosophy coming out of the Thomistic revival of the 19th century, as most famously defended and encouraged by Aeterni patris of Pope Leo XIII.

    Two Years after Summorum Pontificum: The Situation in France

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