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relating to or characteristic of Christianity

following the teachings or manifesting the qualities or spirit of Jesus Christ


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him, Harper said they 'Thoughts with victims' THE congregation of Christain Brothers Trustees last night released a statement following the conviction of Farrell and Kelly.
The modern society, torn from its Christain roots, in its effort to be tolerant and humane, substitutes the understanding of core values like love and freedom and calls homosexualism [sic
Columbia Christain 50, Damascus Christian 36: Levi Dalzell scored 12 points to lead the Knights (19-6).
Inaugural Conference of Nyack College's Graduate Program in Ancient Judaism and Christain Origins (2013: New York, NY) Edited by R.
STOCKTON Churches Portrack have been knocked off the top of the North East Christain League's Premier Division after suffering a 3-1 defeat to new leaders, Newcastle Christian Life Centre United.
Aoun embarrasses the dialogue: I am the first Christain AL-MUSTAQBAL: Aoun's inheritance Festival: Repetitive political brash Ad-Diyar: Aoun massive demonstration at the Martyr's Square.
Ainsi, pour ne pas aggraver son cas et lui permettre de revenir le plus tot possible a la competition, le selectionneur national Christain Gourcuff a decide de le laisser a la disposition de son club pour se consacrer aux soins.
Apex court three-member bench heard the petition and granted Christain woman, Asia Bibi her leave to file appeal against her conviction.
Client: Lifebuoy, Unilever Gulf Agency: Geometry Global Dubai Inventor: Christain Louzado,
Addressing the rally christain community leader Father Immanuel Sharif said that christians are peaceful citizens of Pakistan and have played role in the national development process.
Irreligious Piety' and Christain History: Persecution as Pagan Anachronism in Titus Andronicus.
43 Mark Guergensmeyer, Global Rebellion: Religious Challenge to the Secular State, from Christain Militias to Al-Qaeda (California: University of California Press, 2008), 2.
The Australians suffered yet more injuries, losing Berrick Barnes, Christain Leali'ifano and Pat Mc-Cabe, something Gatland believes will be tough for them to absorb.
Under the leadership of Fraser White and Christain Guertler, DCI started operations in China in 2003, with the establishment of Dulwich College in Shanghai, a co-educational, academic institution offering education to the expatriate community, sharing the same educational philosophy as Dulwich College, which is a prestigious independent boys' school in south east London established in 1619.