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"These thick clouds are the exponents of idle fancies and vain imaginings, who 
are none other but the divines of Persia.  . . . . .
. . . . . .

By “divines” in the passage cited above is meant those men who outwardly attire 
themselves with the raiment of knowledge, but who inwardly are deprived 

[ESW pp6-7]

Am I correct that the word translated as "divines" is "ulama"?

Don C

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