Jewish Believers in Jesus

Besides , circumcision was no longer a central issue . 104 Consequently , in the
60s the links between the Jewish and the Christian community in Rome seem to
have become almost invisible . 4 . 3 . The Development of the Christian ...

Author: Oskar Skarsaune

Publisher: Hendrickson Pub

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Category: Religion

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A unique study examines the formative first five centuries of texts believed to have been authored or edited by Jewish Christians.

Psalm 104 118

34-60 , Nichol's edition ) . Verse 15. -In what respect Abraham was a prophet ,
and how far believers are the same . Verse 16.-I. All things come at the call of
God . He called for plenty , and it came , for famine , and it came ; for captivity ,
and it ...

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Winnowed Grain or selections from the addresses of J D Smith

... 235 ; —the infinite in its issues , 104 ;Good Samaritan , 239 ; —the Christ our ,
123 ; -uncertainty heart desolate without , 242 ; of , 187 ; —the source of the -
reaping an hundredfold , 265 . believer's , 190 ; -Christ the [ See Christ and Name
of ...

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Liberty and Concord in the United Provinces

His objections to Van Leenhof included the latter ' s implicit contention that one
church proffered the truth as much as any other , and that the magistracy held
authority over all religious issues . 104 The affair even had international ...

Author: Joris Van Eijnatten

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004128439

Category: History

Page: 564

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This study, based on a large number of sources and treating a broad variety of topics, offers an outline of developments in the early modern intellectual debate on religious liberty, religious toleration, and religious concord in the eighteenth-century Netherlands.

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God at Work

The few constructive theological writings that do exist are rare and provide only
partial glimpses into the movement and its issues.104 These writings tend to be
organized around speciÞc questions, including sociological issues, work as a ...

Author: David W. Miller

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198042983

Category: Religion

Page: 232

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What was once taboo - faith at work - is increasingly accepted in corporate America. From secretaries to CEOs, growing numbers of businesspeople today want to bring their faith to work. Yet they wrestle with how to do this effectively and appropriately in a pluralistic corporate setting. For help they turn not to their clergy, but to their peers and to a burgeoning cottage industry on spirituality at work. They attend conferences and seminars, participate in Bible study and prayer groups, and read books, blogs, and eNewsletters. They see their faith as a resource for ethical guidance and to help find meaning and purpose in their work. In God at Work, David W. Miller looks at how this Faith at Work movement developed and considers its potential value for business and society. Done well, the integration of faith and work has positive implications at the personal level, as well as for corporate ethics and the broader economic sphere. At the same time, increasing expressions of religion and spiritual practices at work also present the threat of divisiveness and discrimination. Drawing on the insights of theological ethics as well as the sociology of religion, Miller analyzes the history of the modern day Faith at Work movement from its roots in the late 19th century to its modern formulation and trajectory. He examines the diversity of its members and modes of expression, and constructs a new framework for understanding, interpreting, and critiquing the movement and its future. Miller concludes that workers and professionals have a deep and lasting desire to live a holistic life, to integrate the claims of their faith with the demands of their work. He documents the surprising abdication of this field by church and theological academy and its embrace, ironically, by the management academy. Offering compelling new evidence of the depth and breadth of spirituality at work, Miller concludes that faith at work is a bona fide social movement and here to stay. He establishes the importance of this movement, identifies the possibilities and problems, and points toward future research questions. God at Work is essential reading for business scholars and leaders, theologians and clergy, and anyone interested in the integration of faith and work.

American Protestantism in the Age of Psychology

The fact that the editors seemed to turn to her repeatedly, therefore, suggests that
they did not receive a great deal of material on this topic.104 Atheism remained
problematic and controversial even into the late 1980s. One article from 1987, ...

Author: Stephanie Muravchik

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139499610

Category: History

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Many have worried that the ubiquitous practice of psychology and psychotherapy in America has corrupted religious faith, eroded civic virtue and weakened community life. But an examination of the history of three major psycho-spiritual movements since World War II – Alcoholics Anonymous, The Salvation Army's outreach to homeless men, and the 'clinical pastoral education' movement – reveals the opposite. These groups developed a practical religious psychology that nurtured faith, fellowship and personal responsibility. They achieved this by including religious traditions and spiritual activities in their definition of therapy and by putting clergy and lay believers to work as therapists. Under such care, spiritual and emotional growth reinforced each other. Thanks to these innovations, the three movements succeeded in reaching millions of socially alienated and religiously disenchanted Americans. They demonstrated that religion and psychology, although antithetical in some eyes, could be blended effectively to foster community, individual responsibility and happier lives.

Human Rights Internet Reporter

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programme at the Yes , now you know that it happens live GRAPHIC SHOWBIZ ...

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The Railway Age

39 42 This issue Apr . 13 , 06 This issue 104x14 5 , 292 464 square feet . The
grate area is 10 square feet . The cylinders are 1042x14 inches , the driving
wheels 42 inches , and the tractive power 5 , 292 pounds . The principal data
given ...

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Romans

... he argues that Paul selected dangers that he himself as well as other believers
had experienced 104 Gibbs , Creation and ... that separation from Christ because
of the implications of adversity was a genuine issue , 104 not a rhetorical ploy .

Author: Robert Jewett

Publisher: Hermeneia: A Critical & Histor

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Deeply conversant in the full range of questions and interpretations of the letter, Jewett's commentary explores the crucial and controverted passages that have always animated studies of Romans. Jewett also incorporates the exciting new insights from archaeology of the city of Rome, social history of early Christianity, social-scientific work on early Christianity, and the interpretation and reception of Paul's letter through the ages.

Optimism and Pessimism in the Old and New Testaments

Author: Adolf Guttmacher

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Perspectives on Coherentism

According to Sosa , a capacity for reason means a person ' s most unreflective
beliefs are marked still by the rationality of the believer : “ A reason - endowed
being automatically monitors his ... The beliefs of a rational animal hence would
seem never to issue from unaided introspection , memory , or perception . ... 913 -
929 , “ Solving the Skeptical Problem , ” Philosophical Review 104 ( 1995 ) , pp .

Author: Yves Bouchard

Publisher: Aylmer, Québec : Éditions du Scribe

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Category: Cognitive science

Page: 187

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Igniting a New Generation of Believers

... Reality or Myth A Relaxed , Informal Atmosphere Self - Disclosure , Not Fact -
Finding Discuss , Not Lecture Participatory Prayer Confidentiality or Safety Issues
Personalized Ritual Commitment 104 104 106 107 109 110 110 111 7 .

Author: Richard P. Schowalter

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ISBN: 9780687014927

Category: Religion

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The author focuses on children's ministries as the most crucial factor in readying people for the work of the church. He then describes peer-based leadership for youth ministry and new ways to construct family ministries.

Congressional Quarterly s Politics in America

In Washington : Eshoo is a “ New Democrat , ” liberal on many issues but a firm
believer in free trade and business ... Even though the 1994 election cast her into
the House minority , Eshoo at the start of the 104th got a plum committee ...

Author: Christine C. Lawrence

Publisher: CQ-Roll Call Group Books

ISBN: 9780871879172

Category: Election districts

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The best and first available guide to the members of the newly elected Congress is "Politics in America". Readers will discover "who's who" on Capitol Hill, thanks to profiles of the newly elected as well as incumbents. Key facts are highlighted--biographical data, committee assignments, election results, votes on key issues, and more. The CD-ROM includes all member information, photos, and maps from the book. 600 photos. 75 illustrations.

Publications of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society

1725 . - Another ( the fourth ) edition , corrected and amended . 88 PP . Glasgow ,
1739 . ( In two identical issues , one “ Printed by Alexander Miller , " the other “
Printed for David Duncan , & c . ... The Militant ' s Song ; or , The Believer ' s
Exercise , while here below . A Sermon ... Second edition . 104 pp . Edin . 1729 .
Printed for , and sold by James Beugo , Book - seller in Dunfermline ; & c .
ERSKINE ...

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Boardroom Reports

Research by Dr. Neil Shulman for the National Institutes of Health , reported in
Hypertension Journal , American Heart Association , 7320 Greenville Ave. ,
Dallas 75231 , six issues , $ 104 / yr . Ear alert . Noise loud enough to interfere
with ...

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Special Report

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Rethinking Issues in Islam

The Quran condemning the accumulation of wealth , warns the believers in surah
( chapter ) 104 : “ Woe to every slanderer , defamer , who amasses wealth and
counts it . He thinks that his wealth will make him abide . Nay , he will certainly be
 ...

Author: Asghar Ali Engineer

Publisher: UN

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The book considers some of the stereotypes regarding Islamic and Quranic injunctions and re-examines them in the light of verses from the Quran and the Sharia. Some of these are Islamic views on non-muslim communities, tolerance, family planning, etc.

The Biblical Review

817 Sihler , E . G . The Old Believers in Rome and the Dusk of the Gods . . . . . . . . .
. . . 261 The Earlier Stages ... Burroughs . ( Book review ) . . . . . . The Problem of
the Pentateuch . ... 104 Wilson , Robert Dick . The Samaritans : Their Testimony ...

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