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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

...means I could be deported.” “That’s right,” Peter said. “According to the law, any immigrant who has raised arms against the United States governm... ... Mmmmmm,” he said. Daniel nodded his approval. “What did your mother-in-law mean when she said no signs?” Setting his mug down, Daniel leaned o... ...iel.” Lydia had not bothered to lay aside her pen to respond to her son-in-law. With it poised in midair, ink drying on its tip, she made it clear... ...ared her shoulders and tilted her chin defiantly. “I shoved your mother-in-law.” “Yes.” “And I knocked her down. I would have hit her, if I had... ...nd a good solicitor and enlisted the prayers of The Ladies’ Sodality of St. Jude — the Patron of Hopeless Causes. No one dared doubt Father Brian Fa...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...th CONFIDANT Sympathetic software In external hard disc SIN Court of law can overlook Conscience says ‘No’ SILENCE Absence of speech Me... ...anglicii unui nou edificiu, o expedi ţie de extratere ştri români a ajuns în jude ţul Harghita. Membrii expedi ţiei au discutat cu cet ăţenii, ca de... ...ar care se respect ă, Florentin Smarandache cheam ă banalele conven ţii la o Judecat ă de Apoi, dar f ăr ă s ă recurg ă la puerile jocuri de cuvinte... ...clavi, de fiin ţe amorfe, f ăr ă voinţă, f ăr ă sentimente, f ăr ă putere de judecat ă, oameni transforma ţi „într-o ma şin ă cu comand ă numeric ă....

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A Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V Baruch Spinoza a Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V

By: R. H. M. Elwes

...estimony from the Old Testament itself to the share of the Gentiles in the law and favour of God. Explanation of apparent discrepancy of the Epistle t... ...arguments for the eternal election of the Jews. CHAPTER IV – Of the Divine Law. Laws either depend on natural necessity or on human decree. The existe... ...tence of the latter not inconsistent with the former class of laws. Divine law a kind of law founded on human decree: called Divine from its object. D... ...kind of law founded on human decree: called Divine from its object. Divine law: (1) universal; (2) independent of the truth of any historical narrativ... ...rites and ceremonies; (4) its own reward. Reason does not present God as a law-giver for men. Such a conception a proof of ignorance – in Adam – in th... ...good and sinneth not,” Eccles. vii:20. (Vide 2 Epist. Peter ii:15, 16, and Jude 5:11.) (70) His speeches must certainly have had much weight with God,...

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