Word of the Day: sagacious
origin: From Latin "sagax", "sagac", of meaning
1. Having or showing keen discernment, sound
judgment, and farsightedness.
There is no question Karla (Faye Tucker)
deserves the death sentence. There are times, it seems
to me, that wise and sagacious leaders must be able
to see past the letter of the law and demonstrate
acts of mercy and pardon when a greater good can be accomplished.
-- Chuck Baldwin, Feb. 2, 1998
Our Humble Self received your sagacious second
letters which you have sent concerning the
procession of the Holy Spirit and other theological
questions. We might have answered earlier had we not been
traveling in the West and the Peloponnesos.
-- The Second Answer of Patriarch Jeremiah II
of Constantinople to Tubingen, 1579, Sent to
the Most Wise Theologians, Residents of the Famous
City of Tubingen
Publish Date: 01/20/2011