Sentence Examples

  • Thus we might restate our grouping of philosophies in terms of the views they take regarding necessity.
  • A bolder and more original attempt to restate Protestantism as a systematic unity is found in the work of A.
  • Consciously and of purpose the attempt is made to do once more what has been done repeatedly before, to restate Christianity in the terms of current science.
  • Modern writers have either been content to restate or amplify the view, ascribed above to Ephorus, that "Pelasgian" simply means "prehistoric Greek," or have used the name Pelasgian at their pleasure to denote some one element in the mixed population of the Aegean - Thracian, Illyrian (Albanian) or Semitic. G.