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154) in that, while previous early scholasticism did not permit 'the most profound' questions, since they 'diverged too much from what was commonly held by right-thinking people', later, such questions could be posed, 'in the academic exercises of the schools, but only because they were not really doubted.
The common interpretation of his reaction is that he doubted.
He said: "I don't claim to fully understand what I am feeling other than to acknowledge that something I never doubted ( God ( I have huge doubts about now.
In response, Cardinal Marc Ouellet of Quebec City doubted whether the CRC really spoke for all members.
I must admit that when I saw the devastation and the falling bombs, I too, for a moment, doubted my mission.
Judge Steve Ogden at first said he doubted Jones is mentally competent, but changed his mind after Jones agreed to let a deputy public defender serve as his attorney.