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Lord Our Righteousness Church - Investigation
... A former church member has alleged that Bent told his congregation that "God told him that he was supposed to sleep with seven virgins," including the ... Two weeks after the children were removed and the gag order was in place, Bent was arrested by the New Mexico State Police ... The initial charges refer to Bent having inappropriately touched three minor girls in 2006 and 2007 ...
Silas Bent
... Silas Bent IV (1882–1945), son of Silas Bent III and Ann Elizabeth (Tyler) Bent was an American was a journalist, author, and lecturer ... Bent's most famous work is Ballyhoo (1927), a critical survey of newspaper practices he also wrote Strange Bedfellows (1929), a book on contemporary ...
Bent, Netherlands
... Bent is a small hamlet in the Dutch province of South Holland ... It is located in the municipality of Rijnwoude, about 2 km northwest of the village Hazerswoude-Dorp ...
Silas Bent (naval Officer) - Early Life and Family
... Silas Bent III was born on 10 October 1820 in St ... of Louisville, Kentucky on 5 November 1857 and they had three children Mary Lawrence Bent, Lucy (Bent) McKinley, and Silas Bent IV, who was a journalist ...
Silas Bent (disambiguation)
... Silas Bent (1888–1945) was American journalist, author, and lecturer ... Silas Bent may also refer to Silas Bent (naval officer) (1820–1887), U.S ... to the American Civil War, assigned to the Hydrographic Division of the Coast Survey USNS Silas Bent (T-AGS-26), Silas Bent-class U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word bent:

    He is like all the rest: a slave to profit, a master only to his bent for negotiating the best deal.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    No: until I want the protection of Massachusetts to be extended to me in some distant Southern port, where my liberty is endangered, or until I am bent solely on building up an estate at home by peaceful enterprise, I can afford to refuse allegiance to Massachusetts, and her right to my property and life. It costs me less in every sense to incur the penalty of disobedience to the State than it would to obey. I should feel as if I were worth less in that case.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Wise men read very sharply all your private history in your look and gait and behavior. The whole economy of nature is bent on expression. The tell-tale body is all tongues. Men are like Geneva watches with crystal faces which expose the whole movement.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)