Jer 15:15-18; Pss 17,26) are not so
shocking if we remember that these laments have to do with some specific occurrence (e.
The breadth of the territory claimed by psychiatry would not be nearly as troubling if it were not so
often settled by force.
It is finite and the number of the valuables is calculable, so that, compared to the entire cultural wealth of humankind, it is not so
If Walker's story is included in an article, it typically is not so
much treated in and of itself, but as a fragment in a larger framework.
Today we need to ask, as one mother not so
naively asked at a recent Call To Action conference, why we don't have rituals for children going off to college or to their first home of their own.
If, instead, the dealer sells one of several facilities and remains in business at other locations, the answer is not so
So our myths sing of god the creator, not so
much to remind us of our dependence--we learn the lessons of dependency soon enough when hungry and cold and frightened--but because the gods need "creation"; without it, they are unformed, characterless, ultimately empty.
34) While this is probably correct, the social security implications for S corporation shareholders are not so
long ago, it was illegal in certain parts of the United States for blacks to marry whites; no one would call this a trivial disfranchisement.
And it was established in the second minor term that the heaven is truly in its natural position, therefore, the correct logical conclusion is that the heaven is neither light nor dense in actuality and it is not so
potentially (bi'l-quwwa) or contingently.
It is not so
much divine dissatisfaction, but rather it is the result of divine reflection and the pursuit of a new ideal which at the time was still unknown to the adam.
Although suffering is an evitable part of life, it should not so
crush us that we merely die.
While Wilson is certainly not so
relentless and sadistic a torturer as Mrs.
The role of the state, in this view, therefore, is not so
much to reallocate wealth as it is to curb, direct, or end unpredictable market evolution.
Now, I don't offer that as the last word or the most urbane or sophisticated reading of those texts, but I was able to say it because I knew these people would listen because they hadn't heard it before, that they were not so
overly familiar with it that they would just ho-hum and fast-forward to the end and wait for the last hymn; and that there was some possibility for newness in there that could actually be applied to their own circumstances, to their own existential being.