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Back then, Christianity seemed like contested turf, at least to some extent, with liberals and liberation theologists portraying Jesus as the poor people's friend in explicit opposition to the Christian right.
The visits of radical theologists and the reaction of the Islamic Religious Community come in a period when wahhabism, as a radical version of Islam in complete contravention of the moderate teachings that have been practiced in Macedonia for centuries, is increasingly more talked about among Muslims.
In the late 20th century, bioscientists, bioethicists, theologists, and philosophers found themselves in a profound influential evolutionary era that accelerated the emergence of systematic medical ethics in clinical research.
Expert theologists have endeavoured to create a deep and enduring partnership between the Buddhist and Muslim faiths, so as to enable them to understand each other.
67) among the mission theologists (whoever they are), inevitably uncritical towards missions (as if I could never be an historian of ideas and had never written Payback (1994:288-321
Its founders, Marcus Meckel and Martin Gutzeit, were Evangelical theologists who had been thinking of reestablishing social democracy in the East since April of that year.
Guests range from landscape architects, psychoanalysts, theologists, art historians, artists, eco therapist Mary Jane Rust and ecologist Gary Grant.
As it is now, vaguely bigoted theologists, ignorant pietists, jealous churchmen, unintelligent men, whose very existence seems like a sarcasm upon creative wisdom, with leaden wit and stinging irony swarm about the adventurous surveyors who are searching God's handiwork and who have added to the realm of the knowledge of God the grandest treasures.
Zhang uses three lines from "At Half Past Three a Single Bird," a poem by Emily Dickinson, as a starting point, then cites extensively the writings of ancient Chinese and Greek philosophers and theologists, classical European poets, 19th-century American essayists and contemporary Chinese scholars in order to trace reversal as a form of return--dialectical reversal as a circle to symbolize a human being's "spiritual journey in the shape of a perfect circle.
That this dream is inspired by Christine religious doctrine does not condemn it necessarily to fundamental conservatism any more than that of liberation theologists.
The passage was, according to the dominion theologists themselves, written by Moses, along with the rest of the Book of Genesis, in 1445 BC.
So magnificent and so magical is this divine harmony of the Universe that even the greatest scholars, physicists, philosophers, theologists, astronomers, they still don't have all the answers, still seeking the answers.
3) Missionary women drew strength from believing, like some nineteenth-century American evangelical theologists, that the conversion of mothers had special significance: it is "the most efficient means of Christianizing heathen lands; [.
Some theologists speculate that Heaven and Hell are right here on Earth.
Range connects contemporary feminism to the legacy of theologists who have come before her and then takes it beyond the present to a promising future.