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a person who argues to defend or justify some policy or institution

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During a forum in the Senate on Thursday, Trillanes lamented that some of his colleagues have already become the President's apologists 'trying to cover and offer alibis' for Duterte.
He noted, in lock-step with multiculti apologists, who reject fact when it conflicts with ideology, that the "Islamic State is as Islamic as the KKK is Christian.
In a later tweet, also sent to Mr Bryant's senior parliamentary assistant Haydn Belfield, the Twitter user added: "That's no idle threat; we've had enough of Muslim vermin and their apologists.
In a later tweet, also sent to Mr Bryant's senior parliamentary assistant Haydn Belfield, the Twit-ter user added: "That's no idle threat; we've had enough of Muslim vermin and their apologists.
Part 1 lays the foundation for her investigation by analyzing the nature of the Apologists within the context of the "Second Sophistic" revival of self-conscious Hellenism and contemporary notions of travel within the Roman Empire.
Pedro de Valencia and the Catholic apologists of the expulsion of the Moriscos; visions of Christianity and kingship.
This short book, dedicated to the famous apologist, Francis Schaeffer, contains endnotes, a short bibliography in chapter five, scripture index, and subject index.
Written by Christian apologist Dan Story, The Christian Combat Manual: Helps for Defending Your Faith: A Handbook for Practical Apologetics is emphatically not about physical combat, but rather a guide for Christians to promote and defend their faith, morals, ethics, and worldview in spite of philosophical attacks against it, especially naturalist and postmodernist attacks.
Thant, as is well-known to serious students of the world body, followed in the footsteps of his predecessors at the UN as an anti-American and pro-Soviet apologist.
Lewis was the most influential Christian apologist of the 20th century, and Christian apologetics began on that starry Bethlehem night when shepherds abiding in the fields and keeping watch over their flocks by night discovered that the glory of the Lord was shining round about them, and heard the voice of an angel proclaim: "Unto you is born this day in the City of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
Introducing the reader to an understanding of Narnia from the perspective of Lewis, as well as the untold tale of the famed professor, scholar and Christian apologist, Narnia: C.
He uses remarkable and timely insights from both the apostle Paul and the apologist Luther and breathes new life into classic terms like atonement and the doctrine of justification by grace through faith.
The Apologist by Jay Rayner (Atlantic paperback, pounds 7.
My friend Clement Crisp, an apologist for Makarova in the Covent Garden program book, suggests that "the 'original' 1890 text and design did not take fully into account those inevitable developments in training and technique that have supervened after a century.
The achievement of Venetian art needs no apologist, though Rosand writes very well about it.