reprobation


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rejection by God

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severe disapproval

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Leading theatergoers through a series of interpretive bait-and-switches, the play disrupts the common practice of making assumptions on cultural grounds as to the election or reprobation of one's own or another's unknowable soul.
Especially striking is the claim noted above, from John Paul's 1987 speech in Warsaw, that Jewish suffering is a mark not of reprobation but of election, that "because of this terrible experience .
Facebook fait face a un mouvement de reprobation de ses utilisateurs apres les revelations par Edward Snowden, ex-consultant de la toute puissante agence de surveillance electronique americaine NSA , selon lesquelles le reseau social figurait parmi les neuf geants d'internet ayant fourni des donnees personnelles dans le cadre de son programme d'espionnage PRISM.
But it is too clear for dispute that the enslaved African race were not intended to be included, and formed no part of the people who framed and adopted this declaration, for if the language, as understood in that day, would embrace them, the conduct of the distinguished men who framed the Declaration of Independence would have been utterly and flagrantly inconsistent with the principles they asserted, and instead of the sympathy of mankind to which they so confidently appealed, they would have deserved and received universal rebuke and reprobation.
President Obama has already indirectly informed the newly re-elected Benjamin Netanyahu that if the Israelis really wish to forcibly impose apartheid upon the Palestinians, they can go ahead and earn world reprobation and isolation on their own responsibility.
There are numerous strands of retributivism, (180) but one dominant viewpoint holds that state-imposed punishment serves to express blame or censure, (181) Professor Joel Feinberg first observed that punishment has a denunciatory aspect: "[P]unishment is a conventional device for the expression of attitudes of resentment and indignation, and of judgments of disapproval and reprobation, on the part either of the punishing authority himself or of those 'in whose name' the punishment is inflicted.
D'une part, l'institution laisse partir un quart de ses forces vives sans cri de reprobation.
Indeed it generated unanimous reprobation that escalated into unprecedented violence.
Specifically, he warns against the doctrine of supra-lapsarianism, which holds that God's decrees of election and reprobation precede the decree of creation and the decree to permit the fall.
On ne cherche plus la reprobation dans la macroeconomie des prescriptions sociales mais plus modestement le reglement des chicanes--une expression qui garde une signification particuliere en droit allemand puisqu'elle decrit la solution du tres salue article 226 du code civil allemand que les theoriciens de l'abus connaissaient (54).
express (often through their conventional symbolism) resentment, dis approval, condemnation or reprobation.
Yet, if the UK's quiescence about the small Persian Gulf island's human rights problems are worthy of reprobation, how much more so is the UK's long-standing silence over the rights record of Bahrain's neighbor Saudi Arabia- arguably the most illiberal nation in the region?
11) Mild reprobation for doing so might carry forth in a charge of their being "impudent," "uppity," "biggity," "out of their place," etc.
19) Andrew von Hirsch and Andrew Ashworth, the most prominent advocates for punishment policy that emphasizes criminal sanctions' power to censure--to express blame or reprobation for culpable wrongdoing--are among the many who hold a version of the side-constrained consequentialist position now.
15 However, the JWT provides us with authoritative understanding of actions that will always generate moral reprobation (the psychological disapproval that a people give to an act or to a policy).