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a person who dissents from the doctrine of an established church

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Before the American Revolution, no colony more carefully protected its established church or more aggressively persecuted dissenters than Virginia," he writes.
What is interesting about the case of climate change," Mosley-Jensen writes, "is that the controversy has promulgated in exactly the opposite direction, agreement has been reached in science but the dissenters have taken their case before the public post hoc" (p.
Among those who attended the founding meeting are true and tried Catholic dissenters such as Dignity, USA; New Ways Ministry; Sr.
Even more so than this, Bechor, a few days after my article about him, put any questions about the above to rest when he organized an Israeli counter-flotilla to confront the peace flotilla, to intercept it in international waters and yet, Egyptian dissenters chose to take him as a credible ally.
White believes that if presidents could be convinced to listen more carefully to dissenters, they would be less likely to make such costly errors as George W.
In each chapter, Mayers outlines the main questions and gives a summary of government policy before offering the critiques of dissenters and their preferred choice of direction.
Because of the difficult in discerning who was a Baptist and when, Kreitzer prefers to speak of dissenters who later became self-identified Baptists.
added] (24) </pre> <p>The liberalism of the English dissenters as well as that of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Centrist O'Connor and liberal John Paul Stevens were among the dissenters.
All of the candidates are former LDP lawmakers in the lower house and no dissenters are included.
Why is this so difficult for dissenters to figure out?
2) When talking about the role dissenters play in democratic
In fact, the only group that was asked to express regret for the consequences of its actions was the bishops who intervened on behalf of dissenters in New Westminster and in the United States.
The biggest - and baddest - group of dissenters is the House of Flying Daggers, something of a proto-feminist band of butt-kicking, rabble-rousing kung-fu chicks.
Achinstein is interested in the impact of loss, persecution, and political exclusion on dissenters over the course of the second half of the seventeenth century.