There was a natural instinct to abjure man as the blot on an otherwise kindly universe.
Unless we ardently and prayerfully devote ourselves to Christ’s righteousness we do not only faithlessly revolt from our Creator, but we also abjure him as our Savior.john calvin
To abjure the notion of the “truly human” is to abjure the attempt to divinize the self as a replacement for a divinized world.richard rorty
I hate inconstancy I loathe, detest, Abhor, condemn, abjure the mortal made Of such quicksilver clay that in his breast No permanent foundation can be laid.lord byron
Nobody can ask us to abjure our fascist roots.