According to Scripture, government officials rule rightly
as servants of something higher than themselves.
Focus group participants, the study notes, "came with spirited energy, eager to help build a strong church that will serve spiritual needs today and into the future." This expression of, as the Environics writer puts it, "joy, enthusiasm, hope and vision" will eventually wend its way to General Synod and synod members in 2004 can rightly
take pride in being part of a community that engenders such feelings.
But Kieckhefer rightly
justifies this enterprise because there were many such manuscripts, and this one, which is relatively complete, can teach us about certain elements of clerical culture in the late Middle Ages.
She ran home and told her mother Helen what had happened and Helen quite rightly
demanded an apology.
The Treasury led the effort to reject the initial German-sponsored candidate, Caio Koch-Weser (some Europeans claim, rightly
or wrongly, this is because Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, while in an earlier stint at the World Bank, engaged in a brutal conflict with Koch-Weser's wife, a strict environmentalist and head of the World Bank's environmental unit).
Werner quite rightly
praises Robert Stepto's paradigm of ascent/immersion in African American letters (articulated in the landmark book From Behind the Veil) and selects it as a corollary to his own pairing of terms, linking ascent with modernism and immersion with Afrocentrism.
In pressing full emancipation, the government was appealing to liberal opinion, whom it rightly
suspected would be unhappy with its rejection of constitutional and national projects of 1848.
Reeves says Kennedy would have been better off using the Eisenhower decision-making system, which rightly
required all the national security officials to be consulted, but wrongly excluded anyone outside that loop.
FORMER interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan rightly
claimed in his statement that non-cooperation and stubbornness on the part of India halted the Mumbai attack case to come to its logical end.
Secure borders are rightly
a key concern for people.
As Branch padre, Reverend David Raine, said: "The association only has 10 members left and of those only three are active, so they decided they would lay up their standard before they're laid up themselves," Quite rightly
there was pomp and ceremony at the emotional event.
Of course there are some decisions which, if we had the opportunity to take them again, we might rethink, but Middlesbrough is a town which, while rightly
proud of its history and heritage, has its eye firmly on the future.