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Para nós, a eternidade não será “uma temporada muito longa” . A sucessão de momentos que experimentaremos no céu — o tipo de duração que os teólogos chamam aevum — não serão ciclos cro- nometráveis em horas e minutos. Não haverá sentimento de “espera” , nem sensação de monotonia, nem expectativa do amanhã. Para nós, o “agora” será a única coisa que contará. Nisto consiste a maravilha do céu: em que nunca acaba. Esta remos absortos na posse do maior Amor que existe, diante do qual 0 mais ardente dos amores humanos é uma pálida sombra. E o nosso êxtase não será perturbado pelo pensamento de que um dia terá que acabar, como ocorre com todas as felicidades terrenas.

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Deus não pode elevar à plenitude o que nem sequer existe. Se não há um princípio de amor de Deus em nosso coração, aqui, na terra, não pode haver a fruição do amor na eternidade. Para isso nos colocou Deus na terra, para que, amando-o, estabeleçamos os alicerces necessários para a nossa felicidade no céu.

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São parte do nosso esforço por conhecê-lo me lhor, para que nosso amor por Ele possa crescer, desenvolver-se e conservar-se.

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Com esse livre arbítrio que Deus nos deu, temos que lavrar o nosso destino até o seu finai — até a felicidade eterna, se a escolhermos como meta e se quiser mos aceitar e utilizar o auxílio da graça divina —, mas livres até o fim. O mal é idéia do homem, não de Deus. E se o inocente e o justo têm que sofrer a maldade dos maus, sua recompensa no final será maior. Seus sofrimentos e lágrimas nada serão em comparação com o gozo vindouro. E, no entretanto, Deus guarda sempre os que o guardam em seu coração,

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Both Teddy Roosevelt and union leaders like the AFL-CIO’s Samuel Gompers decried the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation. Roosevelt’s presidential opponent, William Howard Taft, criticized legislation that would have enabled the foundation as “a bill to incorporate Mr. Rockefeller.”

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Against Philanthropy - The Atlantic
vative Art Is a Form of Generosity Spencer Kornhaber [imagelink] Should America’s Universities Stop Taking So Many International Students? Alia Wong [imagelink] Why Women’s Friendships Are So Complicated Alia Wong <span>Both Teddy Roosevelt and union leaders like the AFL-CIO’s Samuel Gompers decried the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation. Roosevelt’s presidential opponent, William Howard Taft, criticized legislation that would have enabled the foundation as “a bill to incorporate Mr. Rockefeller.” Our era has not seen similar skepticism, despite the wealth inequality that serves as the precondition for such massive foundations. Though perhaps it is returning. In addition to Reich




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Both Teddy Roosevelt and union leaders like the AFL-CIO’s Samuel Gompers decried the creation of the [...]. Roosevelt’s presidential opponent, William Howard Taft, criticized legislation that would have enabled the foundation as “a bill to incorporate Mr. Rockefeller.”
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Rockefeller Foundation


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Both Teddy Roosevelt and union leaders like the AFL-CIO’s Samuel Gompers decried the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation. Roosevelt’s presidential opponent, William Howard Taft, criticized legislation that would have enabled the foundation as “a bill to incorporate Mr. Rockefeller.”

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Against Philanthropy - The Atlantic
vative Art Is a Form of Generosity Spencer Kornhaber [imagelink] Should America’s Universities Stop Taking So Many International Students? Alia Wong [imagelink] Why Women’s Friendships Are So Complicated Alia Wong <span>Both Teddy Roosevelt and union leaders like the AFL-CIO’s Samuel Gompers decried the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation. Roosevelt’s presidential opponent, William Howard Taft, criticized legislation that would have enabled the foundation as “a bill to incorporate Mr. Rockefeller.” Our era has not seen similar skepticism, despite the wealth inequality that serves as the precondition for such massive foundations. Though perhaps it is returning. In addition to Reich







The findings may settle a debate about whether armadillos are implicated in the spread of leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, in Brazil. Knowing whether armadillos are involved in leprosy’s spread could potentially help public health officials limit the spread of the debilitating disease, which can cause nerve damage and disfigurement.

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Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon | Science News
s in the region have antibodies against the bacterium, suggesting that they had been infected. People who ate armadillos more often had more of these antibodies in their blood, researchers report June 28 in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. <span>The findings may settle a debate about whether armadillos are implicated in the spread of leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, in Brazil. Knowing whether armadillos are involved in leprosy’s spread could potentially help public health officials limit the spread of the debilitating disease, which can cause nerve damage and disfigurement. Brazil has the second highest number of leprosy cases in the world. In 2016, 25,218 new cases of leprosy were diagnosed. Only India had more, with 135,485 new cases, according to the Wo




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The findings may settle a debate about whether [...] are implicated in the spread of leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, in Brazil. Knowing whether armadillos are involved in leprosy’s spread could potentially help public health officials limit the spread of the debilitating disease, which can cause nerve damage and disfigurement.
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armadillos


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The findings may settle a debate about whether armadillos are implicated in the spread of leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, in Brazil. Knowing whether armadillos are involved in leprosy’s spread could potentially help public health offi

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Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon | Science News
s in the region have antibodies against the bacterium, suggesting that they had been infected. People who ate armadillos more often had more of these antibodies in their blood, researchers report June 28 in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. <span>The findings may settle a debate about whether armadillos are implicated in the spread of leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, in Brazil. Knowing whether armadillos are involved in leprosy’s spread could potentially help public health officials limit the spread of the debilitating disease, which can cause nerve damage and disfigurement. Brazil has the second highest number of leprosy cases in the world. In 2016, 25,218 new cases of leprosy were diagnosed. Only India had more, with 135,485 new cases, according to the Wo







About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person

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Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon | Science News
ead from person-to-person, says study coauthor and immunologist John Spencer of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The leprosy bacterium can live in people’s noses and may be shed in droplets when a person sneezes, coughs or breathes. <span>About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person, such as living with a family member. The source of those people’s leprosy is a mystery. Truman and colleagues reported in 2011 that nine-banded armadillos in the southeastern United St




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About 95 percent of the global population is immune to [...]. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person
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leprosy


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About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Ri

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Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon | Science News
ead from person-to-person, says study coauthor and immunologist John Spencer of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The leprosy bacterium can live in people’s noses and may be shed in droplets when a person sneezes, coughs or breathes. <span>About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person, such as living with a family member. The source of those people’s leprosy is a mystery. Truman and colleagues reported in 2011 that nine-banded armadillos in the southeastern United St







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About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may [...] to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person
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take years


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irely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may <span>take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person </spa

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Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon | Science News
ead from person-to-person, says study coauthor and immunologist John Spencer of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. The leprosy bacterium can live in people’s noses and may be shed in droplets when a person sneezes, coughs or breathes. <span>About 95 percent of the global population is immune to leprosy. But among those who are susceptible, it’s not entirely clear how some get infected. Many people newly diagnosed with the disease say they never met anyone else who had leprosy, says Richard Truman, a leprosy researcher at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Although the infection may take years to produce symptoms, people might remember encountering someone with the disease because transmission of leprosy seems to require close, long-term contact with an infected person, such as living with a family member. The source of those people’s leprosy is a mystery. Truman and colleagues reported in 2011 that nine-banded armadillos in the southeastern United St







What is a PGCE? Well, let’s start with the basics – what does PGCE stand for? It’s a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Though this may make it sounds like a normal postgraduate certificate, it’s really very different.

In order to do a PGCE, you’ll need a degree. The subject that your degree is in should ideally be the one you intend to teach, as a PGCE won’t teach you about your subject in detail, but rather, how to teach. If it’s merely linked, you may need to gain more experience by following something like a subject knowledge enhancement course. Therefore, you need to be confident in your knowledge of your subject before applying for such a course. In addition, you’ll need at least a C in English and Mathematics at GCSE, and for ages 7-14 you’ll need a C in Science too.

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What is a PGCE | Subjects | Postgrad.com
LinkedIn Email What is a PGCE? Find a PGCE <span>What is a PGCE? Well, let’s start with the basics – what does PGCE stand for? It’s a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Though this may make it sounds like a normal postgraduate certificate, it’s really very different. In order to do a PGCE, you’ll need a degree. The subject that your degree is in should ideally be the one you intend to teach, as a PGCE won’t teach you about your subject in detail, but rather, how to teach. If it’s merely linked, you may need to gain more experience by following something like a subject knowledge enhancement course. Therefore, you need to be confident in your knowledge of your subject before applying for such a course. In addition, you’ll need at least a C in English and Mathematics at GCSE, and for ages 7-14 you’ll need a C in Science too. PGCEs are offered by a variety of places – universities, Teach First, or through a school direct training program. We’ll mainly focus on the university method, as this is the most co




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Tendemos a csquecer-nos de que, antes da queda, não havia ignorância ou fraqueza. Adão e Eva pecaram com total clare/a de mente e absoluto domínio das paixões pela razão. Não havia eireunsiâneias exímentes. Não havia des culpa alguma. Adão e Eva escolhcram-sc a si mesmos — em lugar de Deus — de olhos bem abertos, poderíamos dize

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O pecado atual pode ser mortal ou venial, segundo o seu grau de malícia

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assim como um pecado objetivamente mortal pode ser subjetivamente venial, devido a espe ciais condições de ignorância ou à falta de plena consciência, um pecado que, à primeira vista, parece venial, pode tornar-se mortal em circunstâncias especiais

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Não posso pecar por ignorância. Se não sei que é pecado mortal participar do culto protestante, para mim não seria pecado ir com um amigo protestante à sua capela

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e não quero informar-me de certa coisa por medo de que atrapalhe meus planos, sou culpado desse pecado

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Se roubo a um rico para dar a um pobre, isso conti nua sendo um roubo, e é pecado

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sete pecados capitais: soberba, avareza, Ui- xúria, ira, gula, inveja e preguiça

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Quando o Evangelho menciona “os irmãos e irmãs” de Jesus, devemos recordar qiic é uma tradução grega do original hebraico, e que neste caso es.sas palavras significam simplesmente “parentes eonsanguíneos” , mais ou menos o mesmo que a nossa palavra “primos

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