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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncreate.
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The scene where Aslan uncreates Narnia is fabulous; a huge door appears that the inhabitants all walk through, disappearing in Aslan's shadow.
He uncreates the land and leads them all to a better, more perfect Narnia.
Small wonder that when the single romantic dream shatters, the world disassembles itself, uncreates itself, drains off its colors and names for things.
Love is God's being; love is his creative energy; they are one: God's punishments are for the casting out of the sin that uncreates, for the recreating of the things his love made and sin has unmade.
Slavery alone lays its grasp upon the right of personal ownership, that foundation right, the removal of which uncreates the man; a right which
OWNERSHIP -- that foundation right, the removal of which uncreates the man; a right which God himself could not take away, without absolving the being thus deprived of all moral accountability; and so far as that being is concerned, making sin and holiness, crime and virtue, words without significance, and the promises and sanctions of Revelation, dreams.
He simply uncreates Adam and Eve from his own image, as we find in the first, as though they’d never been made.