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people who have not confessed

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In these two books, he argues that materialist science only appears to account for the informational complexity of nature because it surreptitiously helps itself (as in a "free lunch") to an unconfessed teleology disguised as chance and necessity, thereby appearing to keep the world free of nonnatural sources of telic agency such as God or immanent teleology (which might require a "design inference").
And Baderoon also looked at Christiaanse's acclaimed Unconfessed (2007), which is also not listed in the bibliography (179).
In this single day of three lives we discover the overwhelming sorrow of a creative mind constrained in the bonds of placid everydayness, the overwhelming sorrow of the routine daily suffocation of an unchosen life, and the unconfessed sorrow for the liquefaction of happiness into mundane, banal distraction.
To bring "absolution" to one sinner (though it is not clear that he does, as the Gringo dies unconfessed and apparently unrepentant), he has endangered the spiritual status of another.
He acknowledges similar themes of public shaming, the fallen woman, the restoration of familial love in Bullhampton and elements of "a woman's frantic love, a secret deed, and the corrosive effects of hidden unconfessed sin" (369) in Orley Farm.
These ideas persist, I have known avowed atheist clients admit to a fear of some form of existential punishment because of unconfessed wrongdoing.
Ambiguity pervades her myriad references to the body and sexuality, to unconfessed desires and inferred violence: The last letter T in her Tyrant is more explicit: It is a raised arm with a hand holding a knife.
Eating disorders express our uncertainties, our buried anguish, our unconfessed confusion of identity.
The Adelaide Test and the Ryder Cup are lovingly portrayed, heavy with insight and a practised turn of phrase - none better, incidentally, than the 'faces full of unconfessed sins' at the Cheltenham Festival - while the impression remains that he wouldn't mind if he never went to Wimbledon or the Alexandra Palace again.
Even though those symbols seem innocuous, at least they try to satisfy an unconfessed secret enthusiasm.
That means being grafted on and staying put: no unconfessed sin standing in the way; no personal interest into which He cannot fully come.
It must involve, primarily, a revocation of our own unconfessed conflicts and doubts about the validity and value of our works.
Not everyone thought that shame was the chief cause of unconfessed sin.
While not discounting knowledge gleaned from psychology outright, these individuals lean heavily on Scripture to the extent that when healing does not occur they entertain possibilities such as unconfessed sin and lack of repentance as the root cause for continued suffering rather than looking outside the Scripture for the additional insight that might be gleaned from that which the discipline of psychology offers.