There are not several types of sermons, for example, expository, historical, doctrinal, moral, apologetic, and topical. I must have looked puzzled at his sudden, overnight turnaround in demeanour, because he immediately adopted a genuinely apologetic expression. I felt like he deserved an apology. The theist who wants to build a systematic and thorough apologetic finds that he is required to begin absolutely from the beginning. British and American divines, on the other hand, are slow to suspect that a new apologetic principle may mean a new system of apologetics, to say nothing of a new dogmatic.
He said softly, his tone apologetic. Turning, apologetic for not being what was. One of those sentences is taken from Man on a turquoise-colored cloud by Barbara Haas. I tried to obtain a temporary passport but I had to get a complete new one. The has 846 sentences containing apologetic, but only six sentences containing feel apologetic. The apologetic justification of church division has in many cases been a source of heated confessional intolerance. I had put in hours of painstaking effort in arranging the entire content myself.
Sierra gave her an apologetic smile. Wiping her eyes hurriedly, she turned to him with a pitiful, apologetic smile. How do you spell Apologetic - Apologetically in a sentence? Nikki waved her hands apologetically at Helen who smiled and beckoned her into the house. Among the evangelicals, for the most part, natural theology, far from being rejected, is not even modified, and certain doctrines continue to be described as incomprehensible mysteries. Kara shoots me another apologetic look. Liz's face altered from smiling and cheerful to regretful and apologetic. Old Man Curry's tone was apologetic and conciliating in the extreme.
And when they do that, its gets real dangerous cause the abuser can possibly take it to extremes. Winthrop gives me an apologetic look, though a corner of his mouth is slightly twitching in amusement. I shake off his apologetic hand and hurry on down the street. The Zimbabwean government expected the British government to take responsibility for the attack and grovel apologetically. Calvin was a tireless polemic and apologetic writer who generated much controversy. .
Everyone shook their heads apologetically, although each of them were smoking and had plenty of tobacco. His apologetic laugh did not disguise the pleasure that he felt. Peter never quite knew what twins were, and his band were not allowed to know anything he did not know, so these two were always vague about themselves, and did their best to give satisfaction by keeping close together in an apologetic sort of way. James flashed an apologetic look, but Leanne felt sorry for him. I'm trying to construct a sentence in which the speaker 'feels apologetic' toward someone. Show More Sentences This, in small apologetic type like a footnote on a timetable.
Van der Sloot appears to vacillate between apologetic and aloof in his response, captured on hidden camera. She hastily deleted the tweet and pulled down that recriminating photo with an apologetic tweet about those girls being her sister and her best friend. His conditions bothered me somewhat. When I saw him, part of me died inside. He was very apologetic for the mistake. Sometimes, the people around me shake their heads and sigh, giving me apologetic looks. Of course, she said in an apologetic tone.
The driver was quite apologetic, and my bike wasn't damaged, so I'm chalking it up to experience. But now the voice broke in again, apologetic, solicitous, self-seeking. That is the apologetic sermon considering the situation of various religions. They were very apologetic about the trouble they'd caused. This apologetic loving nearly caused me to. One remembers how audibly and visibly subfusc was the almost apologetic chorus in their otherwise excellent opera, Don Carlo. He is hardly apologetic about his latest suspension, three games as a result of cross-checking.
Even the officer with them seemed very apologetic and polite. So, the situation is that both person A and person B have brought things to hand out, and both have spent hours on those things, not knowing the other was also doing it; and person B's handouts are clearly superior to person A's? At once, Smithson became apologetic, while refusing to retreat. Usually when stars in the Arab celebosphere are caught without their clothes on, they appear ashen-faced and apologetic. The has 2504 sentences containing apologetic, and 26 sentences containing feel apologetic. He was apologetic for being absent. I feel apologetic for our warmth-our fire roaring in the grate, our sweaters, our cooking smells.