... should go on an embassy to the emperor, impeaching him for "his corruptions, his
acts of insolence, his rapine, and his habit of insulting people; his cruelty ...
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Sedition of the People against Theophilus; and they Traduced their ...
... When the people became aware that he had gone into exile, the sedition became serious,
and many insulting speeches were uttered against the emperor and the ...
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Perversity of Theophilus. St. Epiphanius: his Residence at ...
... condemned such sentiments acted absurdly, for they were in danger of insulting the
subjects ... and publicly decry the books of Origen to the people, and Dioscorus ...
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Jesus Before Pilate.
... to the Emperor and impeach him with respect to other acts of his government"his
corruption, his acts of insolence, his habit of insulting people, his cruelty ...
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After the Whole People had Been Freed from all Distress...
... The Midianites at least perceiving this, and knowing that people to be invincible,
and ... they give over until they have drunk up their blood, insulting them at ...
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... The priests present inferior offerings, thus forming, in their insulting indifference,
a strange ... to shame the ancient ideals, i.6-ii.9. The people, too, are as ...
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The Law Given, not to Retain a People for Itself, but to Keep ...
... to witness, that he had set life and death, good and evil, before the people. ... The
Pelagians annoyed Augustine with the sophism, that it was insulting to God to ...
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Jesus in the Hands of his Enemies
... who is it that struck you?" And they said many other things, insulting him ... began
to accuse him, saying, "We found this man leading our people astray, forbidding ...
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The Sin of Unbelief
... Perhaps his carriage was haughty, and insulting to the people; or he tried to restrain
their eager rush; or, as we would say, it might have been by mere ...
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The Second Fall of Jesus.
... tears; but when the sound of the trumpet, the rush of people, and the ... The clamour
and insulting speeches of the enraged multitude might be plainly heard; and a ...
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Topical Bible VersesMatthew 5:22
But I say to you, That whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whoever shall say, You fool, shall be in danger of hell fire.Topicalbible.org
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