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When the refuters of Astrology claim that people born in Aries should be called Pisces, they are misunderstanding the symbolism behind the names.
The refuters of the Augustana have justly been unwilling to admit the mere
The priest, the nun, and the recluse are objects of your malice; for they are living examples of what you call impossible morals, and refuters of the code of low virtue you practise and preach.
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I think one of the key questions is, if there is an influence, or even a compatibility of concerns at work between Gnostic thought and Milton's work, what particular branch of "Gnosticism" might be the most likely candidate, and through what sources (the great refuters like Ireneaeus, Tertullian, Hyppolitus, etc., or elsewhere?) might Milton be encountering these ideas?
Hamid Karzi put some you you lefty reporters in line when he spoke of the net effects of having American stay there and allow for the safe establishment of a representative for of goverment to be established… Hmmm; seems to me you’d be better off not blogging and maybe investing in you time into the development of “sit and spins” for adult refuters of reality.
Dominick, refuters of heresy), there were others who aspired to all the honours of scholarship, and would order about their servant-girls in
For they themselves came to Pilate, themselves asked, themselves sealed, setting the watch, so as to be accusers, and refuters one of another. "