trinity

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Synonyms for trinity

Synonyms for trinity

Synonyms for trinity

the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one

three people considered as a unit

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These anti-Christian Chinese literati thus assumed an unexpected but pivotal role of interpreters in the process of semantic remapping and theological reconfiguration of Shangti from the Confucian Most-High to the Christian God.
It was hypothesized that the Christian God factor will correlate positively with well-being.
Anselm's Proslogion, where he construes this text not as an independent philosophical proof of the Christian God, but as an explication of that God as God has chosen to reveal himself to the Church.
The facts are the Christian God is spirit and is not of this world.
In the Old Testament the Christian God is seen as a genocidal, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser.
This is not to say that the Christian God is dead," he writes, "but that he is less of a force in American politics and culture than at any other time in recent memory.
Bolivia has eliminated any mention of the Roman Catholic Church in its new constitution, and instead recognizes the Christian God and Pachamama, the Andean earth deity.
DID YOU KNOW that the existence of the Judeo Christian God is easily proved through a number of scientific laws and well-placed quotations from the Old Testament?
Paintings of the Christian God cannot be dismissed as a special case, argues Barbar (history of art, U.
He belonged to one of several small groups of talented, young ex-samurai who found a new focus of loyalty in the Christian God while studying Western learning during the unsettled times that followed the Meiji Revolution of 1868.
would also point out the Christian God is the God of love and I doubt he'd want to inflict the terrible vengeance you envisage on some spotty teenager or on anyone who relieves their sexual tension this way.
And what would the Christian God want with disease carrying insects - mosquitoes etc.
It constituted a recognition that it was man who had created the Christian God in the first place, and therefore man who could make God come down to earth and live in the parliament buildings, presidential palaces, and bureaucracies of the modern state.
A number of the poems can be seen as direct appeals to her black counterparts to accept the Christian God as a means of salvation, if not in this world then certainly in the next.
The escape of the captives is treated as a demonstration of the power of the Christian God over the infidel Turks: for, at numerous occasions, escape from Alexandria had appeared to the captives as impossible as it had been for the Israelites to cross the "red sea," or for the "wals of Jericho [to] fall downe," or for the Book of Daniel's three men to come out of the fiery furnace.
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