Ephrem, the deacon of Nisibe, who calls theological rationalism the very root of evil.
What does ROE stand for?
ROE stands for Root of Evil
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- Return On Equity
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Leader described the occupation of the Palestinian territories and the formation of the Israeli regime as the root of evil in the Middle East.
Maurice Washington gives a long floor statement that invokes slavery, the Bible and the root of evil.
DEATH, JR 2: THE ROOT OF EVIL, PSP, Konami, pounds 29.
Another root of evil is ideology as exemplified by Robespierre and the Terror during the French Revolution, analyzed in gory detail in a chapter called "Perilous Dreams.
BILL MURDOCH He is the man with the biggest identity crisis in Taggart after being cast as five different characters in episodes Root of Evil (1988), Rogue's Gallery (1990), Hellfire (1994), Devil's Advocate (1996), The Ties That Bind (2005).
Some corporations "do good things," another said, but she still seemed to believe that, in general, they were the very root of evil.
When renowned ``Zorba'' composer Mikis Theodorakis described Jews as the root of evil at a book-signing ceremony heavily covered by the Greek media, Culture Minister Evangelos Venizelos and Education Minister Petros Efthymiou stood beside him, smiling.