But the nation continued pagan, Vladimir was an idolater in grain, and a great field lay open for missionary zeal.
I can drop on my knees and become as good an idolater as that scoundrel of a Sharp.
Idolatry ought not only to be suppressed, but the idolater ought to die the death, unless we will accuse God.
Verily I have become quite as much of an idolater as any of these.
I grant that; but yet the people may not be judges to their king to punish him, albeit he be an idolater.
His fathers had been idolaters, and he had been brought up an idolater.
The king is an idolater of great power, and is constantly at war with the kings of Narsinga and Bengal.
The mass, he said, was idolatry, and according to Scripture the idolater must die.
True zeal will long to break the idol, but deeply pity the idolater.
One thing is to be said in favour of Saul—he was no idolater.