Unlearned

  • (adj): Not well learned.
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Some articles on unlearned:

Bangor Theological Seminary - History
... described the urgency and importance of the school's mission "I am strongly adverse to an unlearned ministry, but if in this district we wait to be supplied from ...
Specific Appetite - Unlearned Appetite
... An unlearned appetite is one that an animal possesses at birth, without conditioning through prior stress followed by alleviation with specific foods ... An unlearned appetite suggests a physiological mechanism for detecting the absence of a nutrient as well as a signalling component that directs the animal ... An example of an unlearned appetite might be caloric appetite, as seen in all domestic animals ...
Dancing With The Stars (U.S. Season 8) - Dance Chart - Dance Schedule
... Waltz Week 6 Jive or Rumba Week 7 One unlearned dance from week one to week six and 1960s group dance Week 8 One unlearned dance from week one to ...
A Comprehensive Retrospective: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Release Bad And Useless Recordi - Track Listing
... Hardly" – 311 "Orwell" – 213 "Unlearned" – 208 "Sauve Qui Peut" – 238 "This Wake I Myself Have Stirred" – 245 "Favor" – 304 "Solely Concentrating On The Negative ... Myself Have Stirred" (early version) – 244 "Unlearned" (early version) – 211 "This Wake I Myself Have Stirred" – 302 "For The World" – 302 "This Wake I Myself ...
Fate Of The Unlearned
... The fate of the unlearned (or destiny of the unevangelized) is an eschatological question about the ultimate destiny of people who have not been exposed to a particular theology or doctrine and ... faith traditions have different responses to the question in Christianity the fate of the unlearned is related to the question of original sin ...

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Famous quotes containing the word unlearned:

    The learned are said to have seeing eyes;
    The unlearned have only two sores on their faces.
    Tiruvalluvar (c. 5th century A.D.)

    There is virtue yet in the hoe and the spade, for learned as well as for unlearned hands. And labor is everywhere welcome; always we are invited to work.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)