Author: C. Philipp E. NothaftPublish On: 2018-02-22
Zoest addressed this scandalous error in his Compendium paschale (1443),
which was a passionate final attempt to alert the council's remaining fathers to the
necessity of a calendar reform.” Instead of acknowledging the adverse political ...
Author: C. Philipp E. Nothaft
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The first comprehensive study on the history of calendar reform and calendrical astronomy in medieval Europe, this volume draws on a range of sources over a period of more than 1600 years, from the Julian calendar of 46/45 BC to the Gregorian calendar reform of 1582, to shed new light on the place of astronomy in medieval intellectual culture.
Author: Nicholas CLAGETT (Archdeacon of Sudbury.)Publish On: 1710
The poor things he does with his Ufe of his Free Reasoning , which he claims a
Right to as his Privilege , and will not be abridg'd of , p . 71. His Obstinacy in his Scandalous Errors , Conclus : p . 307 . THE . T HE Impreffion has happened not
Author: Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of UlsterPublish On: 1890
... Northern Presbytry fall into any scandalous Error or Immorality that is manifest
and notorious , the Brethren in Dublin that belong to the North be commissioned
to joyn with an equal number of their Brethren in Dublin , to suspend the person ...
Author: Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of Ulster
It would also be a scandalous error to deny that our bishops are validly
consecrated , and one which the Church could not permit any of her members to
advance ; but if some persons over whom she had no jurisdiction , should for a
time fall ...
The refufing to make any use of the Indulgence upon the grounds that these
Authors go upon , would niake the refusing scandalous , because refusing upon
their grounds , would establish feveral scandalous errors ; as for example , the
... of govevidence of their piety . Their doctrine ernment , and the anxious period
of its was , that every man's piety is to be taken early operations . Thus the
attention of for granted , unless some scandalous error men was drawn off from
... only to scrape them out for our satisfaction , as very scandalous errors , which I
see yow are now willing enough to doe ... diverse pernicious and foul destroying
errors , as fundry of the forenamed are , if I understand rightly the nature of error ...
III . believe , that this Gentile practice of worship- SERMON ping so many inferior
Gods , was occasioned by a mistake that ... Now this was an error in
fundamentals it was a scandalous mistake , and such as affected the whole
scheme of the ...
“That was indeed a mistake and might I add it was a mistake on your part.” He
shook his head. “I never said I was anyone other than who I am. I'm certainly not
to blame for your incorrect assumption.” “It seems I made any number of mistakes
Author: Victoria Alexander
Publisher: Zebra Books
"Sparkling dialogue and endearing characters make this an enthralling read." --Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author The bride and groom cordially request the presence of. . . The bride's sister, Delilah, the very proper widowed Lady Hargate, and Samuel Russell, the groom's friend, a very eligible, slightly improper bachelor, at their upcoming wedding. Lady Hargate and Mr. Russell, previously acquainted during one unforgettable night in New York City when caution--and clothing--were thrown to the wind will choose to pretend they have never met before. The lady plans to avoid love and its complications at all costs.The gentleman intends to change her mind. Guests are invited to enjoy the many diversions of Millworth Manor--delightful grounds, lavish drawing rooms, secluded corners--and the chance to discover that one night may have been only the beginning. . . Praise for Victoria Alexander "The perfect holiday treat." –The Chicago Tribune on What Happens at Christmas
... quoted from Bedrooms Have Windows to give some idea of what goes through
a writer's head when he decides to name real people in potentially scandalous
situations – sexual in this case – but scandalous only insofar as they deal 95.
Author: Gail Scott
Publisher: Coach House Books
Category: Literary Collections
What is the best way to tell a story? In this anthology, the first-ever collection of essays by innovative, cutting-edge writers on the theme of narration, forty of the continent's top experimental writers describe their engagement with language, storytelling and the world. The anthology includes renowned writers like Kathy Acker, Dennis Cooper, Nicole Brossard, Daphne Marlatt, Lydia Davis and Kevin Killian, writers who have spent years pondering the meaning of storytelling and how storytelling functions in our culture, as well as presenting a new generation of brilliant thinkers and writers, like Christian Bök, Corey Frost, Derek McCormack and Lisa Robertson. Contemporizing the friendly anecdotal style of Montaigne and written by daring writers of different ages, of different origins, from many different regions of the continent, from Mexico to Montreal, these essays run the gamut of mirth, prose poetry, tall tales and playful explorations of reader/writer dynamics. They discuss aesthetics founded on new explorations in the field of narrative, the mystery that is the body, questions of how representation may be torqued to deal with gender and sexuality, the experience of marginalized people, the negotiation between different orders of time, the 'performance' of outlaw subject matter. Brave, energetic and fresh, Biting the Error tells a whole new story about narrative. Biting the Error is edited by Mary Burger, Robert Glück, Camille Roy and Gail Scott, the co-founders of the Narrativity Website Magazine, based at the Poetry Center, San Francisco State University.
Manifested in His Late Monstrous Birth, Or Work of Darkness, (viz) His False and Scandalous Book Intituled, The Christian Quaker-distinguished, &c. : Wherein He
Hath Discovered Himself to be an Apostate, and Not the True Christian Quaker ...
Several of the editions published afterwards are tull of errors , and crowded with
references with which Canne ... J . Hayes , 1674 At or about this time the King ' s
printers had made a scandalous mistake in leaving out the word not in the ...
Several of the editions published afterwards are full of errors , and crowded with
references with which Canne ... With additional parallel texts . scandalous mistake in leaving out the word not in the seventh commandment ; on this being ...
According to Orou , the mistake of the European system of marriage consists in
taking human beings as objects of ... On the other hand , Orou judges this custom
" contrary to nature " , and consequently criticizes it as a scandalous error .
5 It is not the heinousness of men's fins , which makes them un . fit to be admitted
; but it is their being scandalous . ... profess their assent and consent to them , not
overthrowing the credibility of their profession by scandalous errors or practices ...
'And then much later you made good your escape by using, unless I much mistake the matter, that certain illfitting window in the same room?' This time his
lordship received a nod of acquiescence in response. 'You made only a very few
Author: Anne Ashley
Viscount Blackwood left home amidst a blaze of scandal. Accused of killing his father and brother, he was saved from the gallows by the testimony of a girl he'd never met…. Nine years later Sebastian can return, but the notorious viscount has unfinished business. It's lucky that Miss Isabel Mortimer is now both heart-stoppingly beautiful and has a penchant for sleuthing…. Not only must Sebastian find the real culprit—it looks as if he'll find the perfect wife, too!
... from the yet unopened tomb . " Mr . Ritchie falls into this scandalous error
through a desire to explain Transubstantiation , and shows how the Body of
Christ can be in two places at the same time , which is a subject that he cannot
Author: Pasi Ilmari JääskeläinenPublish On: 2015-01-20
There were many books in the pile that were unknown to her, so she couldn't tell
if they had any errors in them. But two of them were books she knew well, and
she had found flagrant, bizarre, scandalous errors in them that would have had to
Author: Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen
Only nine people have ever been chosen by renowned children's author Laura White to join the Rabbit Back Literature Society, an elite group of writers in the small town of Rabbit Back. Now a tenth member has been selected: a young literature teacher named Ella. Soon Ella discovers that the Society is not what it seems. What is its mysterious ritual known as "The Game"? What explains the strange disappearance that occurs at Laura White's winter party? Why are the words inside books starting to rearrange themselves? Was there once another tenth member, before her? Slowly, as Ella explores the Society and its history, disturbing secrets that had been buried for years start to come to light. . . . In Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen's chilling, darkly funny novel, The Rabbit Back Literature Society, praised as "Twin Peaks meets the Brothers Grimm" (The Telegraph), the uncanny brushes up against the everyday in the most beguiling and unexpected of ways.
Thus St . Paul , on receiving information that scandalous errors had been
discovered in the conduct of a member of the Corinthian church , immediately
wrote to that church in the following severe and solemn manner : “ It it reported
that there is ...
Author: New York (State). Supreme CourtPublish On: 1810
IN ERROR . ALBANY , Feb. 1809 . CHEETHAM TILLOTson . ral false , scandalous , malicious and infamous libels , published against him , by the
defendant , and he proceeds to set forth a certain newspaper , called the
Republican Watch ...