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Synonyms for biblical

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


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I have scarcely heard of a truer sacrament, that is, as the dictionary defines it, "outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace," than this, and I have no doubt that they were originally inspired directly from Heaven to do thus, though they have no Biblical record of the revelation.
Mentally she assumed the biblical attitude of mourning - the covered face, the rent garments; the sound of wailing and lamentation filled her head.
The heavy ends of a big black shawl thrown over her head hung massively in biblical folds.
The collaborative project of Randall Price (Distinguished Research Professor of Biblical and Judaic Studies in the School of Divinity at Liberty University) and H.
Playing With Leviathan: Interpretation and Reception of Monsters From the Biblical World
While there are numerous theories to help people navigate these dilemmas, the goal of this book is to provide a comprehensive biblical perspective on contemporary issues in areas such as consumer behavior, management, accounting and marketing.
A Companion to Biblical Interpretation in Early Judaism.
Two questions need to be raised at the outset: What is biblical ethics, and what does "3D" in the title stand for?
The Biblical Recovery Course & Twenty-Eight Day Program, a six+ week online course is a Christian faith oriented alternative to 12 Step programs, residential rehabilitation, and other traditional treatments.
Early Biblical Hebrew, Late Biblical Hebrew, and linguistic variability; a sociolinguistic evaluation of the linguistic dating of biblical texts.
Biblical Beauty, Ancient Secrets and Modern Solutions
Yet regardless of how we might imagine biblical law, the historical fact is that biblical law is a remarkable body of law.
This unique and overlooked American tradition of writing "in the style of antiquity" opens a window onto a lost early American world of biblical imagination.
This volume augments and in many ways ties together the author's numerous publications on the subject of biblical criticism and the quest to identify the "plain sense" of the text (see Chapter 4).
This new book was prompted by his concern about the decline in biblical literacy among Americans, including evangelicals.