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( Other scholars suggest that chapters 55 – 66 were written by Deutero-Isaiah after the fall of Babylon.
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Other scholars have even said that Luke wrote this apology in order to support Christians who were becoming allies with local Roman officials.
Other scholars, including C. C. Torrey, Kline and Jordan argue that the word is derived from the Hebrew moed (), meaning " assembly ".
Other scholars have presented evidence pointing to a post-monarchic date ( as late as 200 BC ) based on language and theme, although the book might still have been based on an earlier composition.
Other names have been used to describe this disease, such as " The Black Plague " and " The Black Death "; the latter is now used primarily by scholars to describe the second, and most devastating, pandemic of the disease.
Other scholars have responded that Banquo's dreams have less to do with killing the king and more to do with Macbeth.
Other distinguished researchers have been affiliated with Caltech as postdoctoral scholars ( for example, Barbara McClintock, James D. Watson and Sheldon Glashow ) or visiting professors ( for example, Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Edward Witten ).
Other scholars conclude that the Abomination of Desolation refers to the Crucifixion, an attempt by the emperor Hadrian to erect a statue to Jupiter in the Jewish temple, or an attempt by Caligula to have a statue depicting him as Zeus built in the temple.
" — Other Taoism scholars, such as Michael LaFargue and Jonathan Herman, argue that while they are poor scholarship they meet a real spiritual need in the West.
Other scholars stress the omnipotence of the State ( with its consequent suspension of rights ) as the key element of a dictatorship and argue that such concentration of power can be legitimate or not depending on the circumstances, objectives and methods employed.
Other scholars, including the former Attorney-General of Ethiopia, Bereket Habte Selassie, contend that, " religious tensions here and there ... were exploited by the British, most Eritreans ( Christians and Moslems ) were united in their goal of freedom and independence.
Other scholars have suggested that Hebrews is part of an internal New Testament debate between the extreme Judaizers ( who argued that non-Jews must convert to Judaism before they can receive the Holy Spirit of Jesus ' Jewish covenant ) versus the extreme Antinomians ( who argued that Jews must reject God's commandments and that Jewish law was no longer in effect ).
Biblical scholars are in general agreement that it was written by St. Paul to the church of Philippi, an early center of Christianity in Greece around 62 A. D. Other scholars argue for an earlier date, c. 50-60 A. D.
Other scholars, such as Schmithals, Eckhart, Demke and Munro, have developed complicated theories involving redaction and interpolation in 1 and 2 Thessalonians.
Other scholars refute these arguments — particularly since Josephus describes some Essenes as allowing marriage.
" Other scholars noted that big business developed an increasingly close partnership with the Nazi and Fascist governments as it became increasingly organized.
Other biblical scholars have argued that rather than being connected with Heth, son of Canaan, instead the Anatolian land of Hatti was mentioned in Old Testament literature and apocrypha as " Kittim " ( Chittim ), a people said to be named for a son of Javan.
Other scholars of the Hebrides and inhabitants of the region do not consider this a myth, as there are sufficient records in both the oral tradition and the written compilation of those records that predate both Pennant and Anton by a century or more that preserve the history of this tradition.
Other scholars, drawing upon distinctions between Jewish Christians, Pauline Christianity, and other groups such as and Marcionites, argue that early Christianity was always fragmented, with contemporaneous competing beliefs.
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Other sources suggest that Christian describes the person's " Christ-like " inability to sin, stemming, in such cases, from an incapacity to distinguish right from wrong.
Other than at such moments of extremis, little evidence exists to suggest this was a common Cathar practice.
Other passages, alluding to Domitian's love of epigrammatic expression, suggest that he was in fact familiar with classic writers, while he also patronized poets and architects, founded artistic Olympics, and personally restored the library of Rome at great expense after it had burned down.
The Doctor was loomed in the House of Lungbarrow in the mountains of South Gallifrey, but unique among the house's cousins he has a belly button ( Lungbarrow suggests this is because he is a re-incarnation of The Other, but later BBC books featuring the Eighth Doctor suggest he actually has a Gallifreyan father and human mother as stated in the 1996 telemovie ).
Other more recent studies suggest that those not identifying with a denomination, or who see themselves as non-religious, may be much higher at between 42 and 56 per cent, depending on the form of question asked.
Other archaeologists suggest the cultural developments are indigenous, and the outside influences result from trade.
Other studies, such as the Rat Park experiments, suggest that morphine is less physically addictive than others suggest, and most studies on morphine addiction merely show that " severely distressed animals, like severely distressed people, will relieve their distress pharmacologically if they can.
Other theories of the word's origin suggest that it may derive from Mortimer Snerd, Edgar Bergen's ventriloquist dummy, or the Northern Electric Research and Development ( N. E. R .& D .) Laboratories in Ontario ( now Nortel ).
Other conspiracy theories suggest that foreign agents, particularly Islamic terrorists, were involved in the bombing.
'" Other scholars suggest that it derives from the Latin phrase " crambe repetita " meaning " reheated cabbage ", which was expanded in Elizabethan usage to " Crambe bis posita mors est " (" twice served cabbage is deadly "), which implies " a boring old man " who spouts trite rehashed ideas.
Other historians suggest that this title was already used in this way in association with the pontificate of Pope Eugenius III ( 1145 – 1153 ).
Other theories suggest that she took her life because she was being ostracized by the rest of the group.
Other scholars suggest that at the time Josephus wrote, such books as Esther and Ecclesiastes were not yet considered canonical.
Other references during the century ( for example, in Charles the Bold's 1472 Ordinance ) suggest continued use.
Other data suggest the " revolution " was more directly influenced by the financial independence gained by many women who entered the workforce during and after World War II, making the revolution more about individual equality rather than biological independence.
Other theorists suggest that its distinctive shape evolved to heighten the sexual pleasure experienced by the female during vaginal intercourse.