That includes dealing honestly with the effects of sin and the consequences of wickedness
Now add to these billions whose lives were terminated because of men's wickedness
, those who died because of plagues, famines, earthquakes, floods, volcanoes and other catastrophes not caused by man's greed and wickedness
but by "acts of God".
The series is part of the interdisciplinary research project Perspectives on Evil and Human Wickedness
, which seeks to skirt problematic language of evil and begin to make sense of human wickedness
When Job's friends tell Job that he is refusing to admit his wickedness
, Job replies that his complaint is bitter: he has not made the violence that stalks the earth.
God's seen fit to put you in my path and I aim to cure you of your wickedness
," he says.
In it, Churchill described the wave of anti-Semitism sweeping through Europe, "It would be easy to ascribe it to the wickedness
of the persecutors, but that does not fit all the facts.
He speaks condescendingly to both his underlings and his rivals -- but Crowe's inflections don't match the wickedness
of the words.
Michael seeking his "protection against the wickedness
and snares of the devil" became relevant against a backdrop of personal struggles and cultural observations.
When the 2007 funding increase was announced, Dobson went ballistic and issued a statement accusing the Global Fund of promoting "legalized prostitution and all kinds of wickedness
around the world.
So far so good; or rather, so terrible: if you are looking for information, or for further evidence of man's wickedness
, this is the place to find it.
Surely many people deserve hell, but we must remember that the mercy of God is infinitely greater than our wickedness
So far, however, Messrs Gray, Smith, Tester and co seem to have remained at large, free to perpetrate whatever wickedness