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Synonyms for biblical

of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible


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JBRI applies James' multi-factor stock selection methodology to the growing world of biblically responsible investing.
All three actors' work on "Big Bang Theory" will not be affected by their involvement in "The Flight Attendant," "Young Sheldon" and "( Living Biblically ."
A statement said: "There are aspects of this appointment which are a serious cause for concern for biblically orthodox Anglicans around the world, and therefore we believe that this appointment is a major error."
New Testament scholar and minister Witherington challenges fellow Evangelicals to become more biblically literate and align their theology more closely with God's word.
Critique: As informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking in organization and presentation, "Trouble I've Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism" provides a biblically based Christian perspective in the form of a candid analysis of racial injustice in the twenty-first century.
The bakery did not refuse to bake a cake or serve the complainant because of his sexual orientation, but declined to provide support for a cause with which they disagreed because of their biblically based Christian belief in marriage as between one man and one woman.
They were not biblically aware of Christ's message in the bible, of love and peace to friend and foe.
down, we all want to know biblically, in spite of the footnotes mad to
Christians at the Border helps the majority culture and Hispanics think about and respond to the subject of immigration, particularly that of undocumented Hispanics, as biblically informed Christians.
The twice-married former headmaster, who supported caning for pupils, declared being gay was "unnatural" and "biblically wrong".
The Sons--who in real life are known as Marc Paveglio, Mark Pavlak, and Chad VanHoose--have faced some rather epic competition, with challenges from teams like the "Bible Belts" (a group of martial arts Bible nerds) and "Pearly Skates" (a biblically informed Roller Derby team).
Among the issues he explores are whether it is biblically imperative for all Jews to live in Israel and whether the Torah precepts carry the same weight outside the land.
Across the centuries, from the Bronze Age to Imperial Rome, we encounter a vast array of characters and civilisations, enlivening, enriching, and besmirching the annals of Syrian history: Hittite and Assyrian Great Kings; Egyptian pharaohs; Amorite robber-barons; the biblically notorious Nebuchadnezzar; Persia's Cyrus the Great and Macedon's Alexander the Great; the rulers of the Seleucid empire and an assortment of Rome's most distinguished and most infamous emperors.
He was among the top voiceover artists of a generation, creating a career based on a rich baritone-speaking voice that ranged from biblically epic to theatrically cheesy.
He was among the top voice-over artists of a generation, creating a career based on a rich baritone speaking voice that ranged from biblically epic to theatrically cheesy.