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Such harassment stems, Mill writes, from "the notion that it is one man's duty that another should be religious ... a belief that God not only abominates the act of the misbeliever, but will not leave us guiltless if we leave him unmolested."
Christopher Lane: The Striking History Of Britain's Sunday Law Christopher Lane 2012
Now I have been expressing utter loathing for the walking sickness that is The Viper Queen for several weeks now, yet even I, who already abominates her, was shocked at her new bout of vileness.
On its face, it seems improbable in the extreme: how can the the secular western left have anything in common with a religous ideology that abominates the West for those things that most liberals consider to be its best aspects: its tolerance, its sexual freedom and equality for women, its derision of Christianity, its approval or tolerance of homosexuality?
The Volokh Conspiracy » The Cartoons that Shook the World Won’t Shake the World in This Book: 2009
Lee Laurie-I am getting a little embarrassed here - I am not the columnist, just a normal interested poster and this last day or two seem to have done more than my fair share - but yes the man should have natural justice, and as you have said I am just an ordinary caring person who abominates far right politics phil
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with... 2008
Our sermon books are shut up when Miss Crawley arrives, and Mr. Pitt, whom she abominates, finds it convenient to go to town.
Vanity Fair 2006
He abominates the program and the Telcos that facilitated it.
It is a belief that God not only abominates the act of the misbeliever, but will not hold us guiltless if we leave him unmolested.
On Liberty 2002
She rejects and abominates the role of royal consort.
The Golden Torc May, Julian, 1931- 1981
The other, that of the Golden Pheasant, abominates all association with those animals; and I, of course, am one of the selfless patriots of the Golden Pheasant.
Conan of Cimmeria Howard, Robert E. 1969
God scorns, abominates, resists, and sets himself against such men; but he gives grace or favour to the lowly, to the humble.
The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968
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