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The medieval university looked backwards; it professed to be a storehouse of old knowledge. The modern university looks forward, and is a factory of new knowledge.
When music is allowed to take the place of devotion and prayer, it is a terrible curse. Young people assemble together to sing, and, although professed Christians, frequently dishonor God and their faith by their frivolous conversation and their choice of music.
Ellen G. White
I've never professed to be anything but an average student.
For all that has been said of the love that certain natures (on shore) have professed for it, for all the celebrations it has been the object of in prose and song, the sea has never been friendly to man. At most it has been the accomplice of human restlessness.
More than this, even in those white men who professed religion we found much inconsistency of conduct. They spoke much of spiritual things, while seeking only the material.
I'm not perfect; I've never professed to be, and I don't want to be. How much fun is that?
Partisans fight on familiar territory with professed political objectives to conquer power. This is what distinguishes them from terrorists.
As I began to discover my own truth and endeavored to possess it with clarity, I became more and more alienated from that which my companions held, or professed to hold.
Martin Luther King was a leader for all Americans on our own professed values.
Saddam Hussein was not an Islamist. He's not a radical jihadist. He's not a radical Muslim. I mean, he was a - he was a Baathist. He was a secular - even though he professed to be a good and devout Muslim.
It is high time that the Arab world's professed desire for peace is matched by responsible action, and not more of the same equivocation.
Edgar Bronfman, Sr.
I have the utmost respect for the different faiths professed by my fellow men.
And in times and places where there was not much persecution, people could become and continue Christians who neither were nor professed to be very devoted persons.
I tried to take seriously the idea that if you tortured language you might arrive at some new truth. Later it became clear to me that I was retreading ground by fighting the literary battles of the 1950s and 1960s, and that I was actually a bit bored by some of the books I professed to love.
I've never professed to be an intellectual. I don't try to be.
To claim, therefore, inerrancy for the King James Version, or even for the Revised Version, is to claim inerrancy for men who never professed it for themselves.
William Bell Riley
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