He atones for
being occasionally somewhat overdressed by being always absolutely over-educated.
Pure humanity atones for
all human crimes and weaknesses.
"One caller said, `The church should only speak after it atones for
its sins, otherwise (it should) shut up,'" said Mr.
There is Eugene, a well-intentioned husband and father unable to conquer a tendency toward homosexuality; Reverend Woods, a wolf in sheep's clothing, is all too willing to sacrifice his soul on the altar of political gain; Basil atones for
his part in Mattie Michael's displacement by marrying an irresponsible mother of two; the autistic Jerome, a talented pianist whose blues playing rivals that of Jelly Roll Morton or Count Basie, is cursed with a mother who exploits his gift for monetary gain; the street-wise C.
"It is high time the world atones for
the crime by putting an end" to the Palestinian refugee problem by implementing United Nations Resolution 194, allowing refugees to return to their home, receive compensation and be allowed to work in peace and security.