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  • 101 Fideism — is the view that religious belief relies primarily on faith or special revelation, rather than rational inference or observation (see natural theology). The word fideism comes from fides , the Latin word for faith, and literally means faith ism.… …

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  • 102 Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament — Cartel at the Church of the Gesù, Rome with the Latin inscription from Philippians 2:10: at the name of Jesus every knee should bow . Two names and a variety of titles are used to refer to Jesus in the New Testa …

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  • 103 Same-sex marriage in New York — Legal recognition of same sex relationships Marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden …

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  • 104 Oath of Allegiance (United Kingdom) — King John signing the Magna Carta at Runnymede …

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  • 105 John E. Sanders — is an American evangelical Christian theologian. He currently serves as visiting professor of religion at Hendrix College. Sanders is best known for his promotion of open theism, but he has also written in defense of inclusivism. While Sanders is …

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  • 106 Palestinian right of return — The Palestinian right of return (Arabic: حق العودة Ḥaqq al ʿawda ; Hebrew: זכות השיבה zkhut hashivah ) is a political position or principle asserting that Palestinian refugees, both first generation refugees and their descendants, have a right to …

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  • 107 Southern Baptist Convention — Reaching the world for Christ. Classification Protestant Theology Evangelical Baptist Governa …

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  • 108 Annulment — Family law Entering into marriag …

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  • 109 The Social Contract —     The Social Contract     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Social Contract     Du Contrat Social, ou Principes du droit politique, is the title of a work written by J.J. Rousseau and published in 1762. From the time of his stay at Venice, about… …

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  • 110 Abraxas — The word Abraxas (or Abrasax or Abracax) was engraved on certain antique stones, called on that account Abraxas stones, which were used as amulets or charms. The name is found in the Greek Magical Papyri, and the word may be related to the word… …

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  • 111 Svatantrya — Svātantrya (from the Sanskrit sva meaning self and tantram meaning dependence [Siva Sutras Jaideva Singh, p. 9] self dependency , or free will ) is the Kashmiri Shaivite concept of divine sovereignty. Svātantrya is described as an energy that… …

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  • 112 Fideism — • A philosophical term meaning a system of philosophy or an attitude of mind, which, denying the power of unaided human reason to reach certitude, affirms that the fundamental act of human knowledge consists in an act of faith, and the supreme… …

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  • 113 David Williams (philosopher) — David Williams (1738 – 29 June 1816), was a Welsh philosopher of the Enlightenment period. He was an ordained minister, theologian and political polemicist, and was the founder in 1788 of the Royal Literary Fund. Contents 1 Upbringing 2… …

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  • 114 St. Thomas Evangelical Church — Infobox Orthodox Church show name = St. Thomas Evangelical Church of India caption = founder = St. Thomas the Apostle independence = Apostolic Era recognition = Independent heirarchical Church primate= headquarters= Tiruvalla, Kerala territory=… …

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  • 115 Predestination — Predestination, in theology is the doctrine that all events have been willed by God. John Calvin interpreted biblical predestination to mean that God willed eternal damnation for some people and salvation for others.[1] Explanations of… …

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  • 116 Apostasy in Christianity — Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss. Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve Apostles, became an apostate.[1] Apostasy in Christianity refers to the rejection of Christianity by someone who formerly was a Christian. The term apostasy comes from the Greek… …

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  • 117 Christian mortalism — incorporates the belief that the human soul is not naturally immortal,[1][2][3][4][5] and the belief that the soul is uncomprehending during the time between bodily death and Judgment Day resurrection …

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  • 118 Exact sciences (The) in Hellenistic times: texts and issues — The exact sciences in Hellenistic times: Texts and issues1 Alan C.Bowen Modern scholars often rely on the history of Greco Latin science2 as a backdrop and support for interpreting past philosophical thought. Their warrant is the practice… …

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  • 119 HEBREW LANGUAGE — This entry is arranged according to the following scheme: pre biblical biblical the dead sea scrolls mishnaic medieval modern period A detailed table of contents precedes each section. PRE BIBLICAL nature of the evidence the sources phonology… …

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  • 120 LITERATURE, JEWISH — Literature on Jewish themes and in languages regarded as Jewish has been written continuously for the past 3,000 years. What the term Jewish literature encompasses, however, demands definition, since Jews have lived in so many countries and have… …

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