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This object represents how the deity is able to swat away one's past so that one may look forward.
The deity Ganesha is invoked at the beginning of any new venture.
The framers of the Constitution, such as Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, realized the importance of religion in the everyday life of most Americans and that all citizens must be able to worship the deity of their choice.
This is the place where those in authority who publicly deny the exclusivity of the Gospel or the deity of Jesus Christ remain unchallenged, while those who strive to uphold traditional Christian principles are labelled "dissident priests," who are being disciplined for "abandonment of ministry," rather than persecuted for their love of the gospel.
Here we'd been placidly killing each other a few dozen at a time in Iraq, Darfur, Congo, Israel, and Palestine, when along comes the deity and whacks a quarter million in a couple of hours between breakfast and lunch.
We focused primarily on one of the main deities in Bahia, Ogun, the deity of war, whose symbol is iron.
This includes any visual representation of the Deity, even the Incarnate Deity.
JOAN OSBORNE'S haunting hit ``One of Us'' is the theme song of CBS' vaguely provocative new drama about the deity returning to Earth, ``Joan of Arcadia.
Profiles are organized by the form the deity took: male or female, mammal or bird.
Nobili sorted out those in the Brahmin caste, locating those most likely to be open to conversion to Christianity because of views of the deity closest to his own.
It is believed that on the day, the deity wanders to meet with resident deities of other areas to confer on the country's economic situation.
The statue is being built in his honour to welcome the deity back to the planet - an event followers expect to occur sometime in the next 1,000 years.
At the beginning of this century, the Thirteenth Dalai Lama had to forbid Pabongka Rinpoche, the most influential Gelugpa lama of the time, to invoke the deity on the grounds that it was destroying Buddhism (Batchelor, 63).
This cat was a votive statue, given by a worshipper as a representation of perpetual prayers to the deity.
The Deity Dozen, by sci-fi writer Andrew Harman, is set in the fantasy underworld city of Mortropolis.
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