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Bound volume contains : 85. The Bible in theology / by Rev. William W. Fenn. -- 86. The perfect Law of the Lord / by Rev. William H. Lyon. -- 87. What the world wants of us / by Rev. Charles F. Dole -- 88. The preaching of the Cross / by Rev. William H. Lyon. -- 89. The three stages of Unitarian theology / by James Martineau. -- 90. Temperance and purity: what our young people can do for them / by Rev. Brooke Herford. -- 91. The Unitarians / by Rev. Edward Everett Hale. -- 92. The faith of charity / by Charles C. Everett. -- 93. The divine unity / by Rev. Augustus Woodbury. -- 94. The radical difference between Liberal Christianity and Orthodoxy / by Rev. Thomas L. Eliot. -- 95.The old motives and the new motives in religion contrasted / by Rev. Thomas R. Slicer. -- 96.Christianity and Unitarianism / by Charles G. Ames. -- 97. [Sermon missing] -- 98.The faith of a free Church / by Rev. Samuel M. Crothers. -- 99. The punishment of sin / by Rev. John W. Chadwick. -- 100. Our Gospel / by Rev. Minot J. Savage. -- 101.The theology of Unitarians / by Rev. Charles C. Everett. -- 102.The Church and the masses / by Rev. John Cuckson. -- 103. Incarnation / by Rev. William C. Gannett. -- 104.Let us pray / by Charles G. Ames. -- 105. The strict and normal humanity of Jesus / by Rev. Joseph May. -- 106.The service of prayer in the work of the world / by Rev. Augustus M. Lord. -- 107. The consciousness of God / by Rev. Charles F. Dole. -- 108. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit / by Rev. Howard N. Brown. -- 109. What is Christianity? / by Rev. Minot J. Savage. -- 110. A plea for sincerity in religious thought / by Rev. Joseph Henry Crooker. -- 111. The new inspiration of religion / by Rev. Thomas R. Slicer. -- 112. Baptism and the Lord"s Supper as interpreted and observed by Unitarians / by Rev. Augustus P. Reccord. -- 113. The heritage of Liberal Christianity / by Rev. Leslie W. Sprague.
|Other titles||Bible in theology|
|Series||Tracts / American Unitarian Association -- ser. 4, no. 95, Tracts (American Unitarian Association) -- ser. 4, no. 95.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
The New Testament writers, following the translators of the Septuagint (Greek Old Testament) rendered words in the Hebrew scriptures that concerned 'faithfulness' using pi'stis-group words. The pi'stis-group words are most appropriately translated into English by a range of words, depending on the context in which they › christianity › faith-works. A brief history of American literature / Richard Gray. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) — ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. American literature—History and criticism. 2. United States—Literatures—History and criticism. I. Title. PSG –dc22 › fiorenzoiuliano › files › › 04 › A-Brief-History-of-American.
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The radical difference between Liberal Christianity and Orthodoxy / by Rev. Thomas L. Eliot. -- The old motives and the new motives in religion contrasted / by Rev.
Thomas R. Slicer. -- Christianity and Unitarianism / by Charles G. Ames. -- › details › oldmotivesnewmot00slic. The Chinese in the West seek knowledge, in the hope—which I fear is usually vain—that knowledge may prove a gateway to wisdom.
White men have gone to China with three motives: to fight, to make money, and to convert the Chinese to our religion. The › 百度文库 › 互联网. Wallace, Anthony F. () Religion, New York: Random House. Wearing, Stephen () ‘Re-centring the Self in Volunteer Tourism,’ in Graham M.
Dann, The Tourist as a Metaphor of the › publication › There's been a debate about possible political motives surrounding the panic he has created; the massive economic damage he has inflicted; and the conflicting assertions of National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr.
Anthony Fauci. CTH identifies the motives as sketchy. He appears to use his position to advance theories and yet › › 03 › 21 ›. There is, unfortunately, a great deal of confusion around this issue.
In no small part this is because the New Testament is so nuanced on this topic as to appear contradictory. It isn’t contradictory, mind you, but to the untrained ear, it can see › What-in-New-Testament. In Greek mythology, Pandora (Greek: Πανδώρα, derived from πᾶν, pān, i.e.
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Christian and Muslim Answers Contrasted. By ARC on November 7, in. We are basically evil, and even the good deeds we do are tainted by evil motives. So, we cannot earn our salvation by good works because we don’t really have any good works, and we have quite a few bad works to answer for.
Wicca: The New, Old Religion November 10 › comparative-religion › what-must-i-do-to-be-saved-christian. Motives. A motive cited for his actions is the Middle East conflict. After his arrest, Sirhan said, "I can explain it. I did it for my country." Sirhan believed he was deliberately betrayed by Kennedy's support for Israel in the June Six-Day War, which had begun exactly one year to the day before the assassination.
During a search of Sirhan's apartment after his arrest, a spiral-bound › sirhan_sirhan › prosecution › motives. So does the Old Testament portray God as evil. These Arguments Rely On Divine Psychology. What would God do. If God did do X, what were his motivations.
A helpful (but admittedly imperfect) analogy would be to consider that the police will sometimes attempt to discern the motives of an individual who has been suspected of :// › old-testament-portray-god-evil. While our physical offices are closed until further notice in accordance with Austin's COVID "stay home-work safe" order, the Handbook of Texas will remain available at no-cost for you, your fellow history enthusiasts, and all Texas students currently mandated to study from home.
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The religion of the Old Testament went not beyond the character of a "report," to be received only by "the hearing of the ear." The revelation was always relative only, never absolute.
It came not in any case to a full manifestation of the truth in its own form. But in › pages › I n the last piece, we saw how the most important political question of the 20 th century, the role of the state in economic management, can be reframed as a question of design.
We identified two different approaches to design: the ‘inside out’, rationalist model and the ‘outside in’ approach. The ‘inside out’ form fares poorly when designing services that interact with :// The new Islam.
Since Mohammedanism from its origins has always been closely tied in with the State, its spirit and religious outlook at any given point in history can be accurately judged by the political structure of the countries that are dominantly Islamic.
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