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Mormonism And Violence - Justified Violence in Mormon Scripture - Justified Killing or Attempted Killing
... Nephi was concerned that his family would perish in unbelief (1Ne ... Nephi is obedient for "it is better that one man should perish than that a nation should dwindle and perish in unbelief" ...
Emil Fackenheim - Do Not Give Hitler Posthumous Victories - A New Moral Imperative
... the martyrs of the Holocaust, lest their memory perish ... much we may have to contend with him or with belief in him, lest Judaism perish ...
Steven Ma - Television Songs
... Steven 2003 "Daughter's Fragrant Soul" (帝女芳魂) Perish in the Name of Love Theme New Princess Cheung-ping "Confess" (錯認) Perish in the Name of Love Ending ...
Kaldane
... There the air-breathing rykor would perish as you would perish ... For this purpose were we created, that there might not perish from the planet Nature's divinest creation -- the perfect brain ...
Germany Must Perish! - Nazi Reaction and Use in Propaganda
... Additionally, Germany Must Perish! coincided with other Nazi proclamations about "Anglo-American" intentions, which the German population digested in ... Smith was in Germany when Germany Must Perish! came to light ... and historian Ernst Nolte argues that the German reaction to Germany Must Perish! supports his contention that the Holocaust was a reasonable, if excessive, response to German fears of worldwide Jewish plot ...

Famous quotes containing the word perish:

    Remember stories you read when a boy
    The shipwrecked sailor gaining safety by
    His knife, treetrunk, and lianas for now
    You must escape, or perish saying no.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    Only when manhood is dead—and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it—only then will we know what it is to be free.
    Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)

    As the will to truth thus gains self-consciousness—there can be no doubt of that—morality will gradually perish now: this is the great spectacle in a hundred acts reserved for the next two centuries in Europe—the most terrible, most questionable, and perhaps also the most hopeful of all spectacles.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)