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* Some deists do not believe in divine intervention, but still find value in prayer as a form of meditation, self-cleansing, and spiritual renewal.
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Some deists rejected miracles and prophecies but still considered themselves Christians because they believed in what they felt to be the pure, original form of Christianitythat is, Christianity as it existed before it was corrupted by additions of such superstitions as miracles, prophecies, and the doctrine of the Trinity.
Some deists rejected the claim of Jesus ' divinity but continued to hold him in high regard as a moral teacher ( see, for example, Thomas Jefferson's famous Jefferson Bible and Matthew Tindal's Christianity as Old as the Creation ).
Some modern deists have modified this classical view and believe that humanity's relationship with God is transpersonal, which means that God transcends the personal / impersonal duality and moves beyond such human terms.
Some deists view God in classical terms and see God as observing humanity but not directly intervening in our lives ( Prime Observer ), while others see God as a subtle and persuasive spirit ( Prime Mover ).
* Some contemporary deists believe ( with the classical deists ) that God has created the universe perfectly, so no amount of supplication, request, or begging can change the fundamental nature of the universe.
* Some deists believe that God is not an entity that can be contacted by human beings through petitions for relief ; rather, God can only be experienced through the nature of the universe.
* Some deists, usually referred to as Spiritual Deists, practice meditation and make frequent use of Affirmative Prayer, a non-supplicative form of prayer which is common in the New Thought movement.
Some deists believe that a Divine Creator initiated a universe in which evolution occurred, by designing the system and the natural laws, although many deists believe that God also created life itself, before allowing it to be subject to evolution.
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Some persons are so sensitive to this truth as to propose that we do away with institutions altogether ; ;
Some examples of reversible error would be erroneously instructing the jury on the law applicable to the case, permitting seriously improper argument by an attorney, admitting or excluding evidence improperly, acting outside the court's jurisdiction, injecting bias into the proceeding or appearing to do so, juror misconduct, etc.
Some results in constructive set theory use the axiom of countable choice or the axiom of dependent choice, which do not imply the law of the excluded middle in constructive set theory.
Some flowers are functionally staminate ( where a pistil may be present but has no ovules capable of being fertilized ) while others are functionally pistillate ( where stamens are present but their anthers do not produce viable pollen ).
Some, like Rambert, are exiles in double measure since they are not only cut off from those they want to be with but they do not have the luxury of being in their own homes.
Some subfields of R have nontrivial field automorphisms, which however do not extend to all of R ( because they cannot preserve the property of a number having a square root in R ).
Some doctrines, however, do adhere to the Arminian foundation and, while minority views, are highlighted below.
Some have suggested that the title " Acts " be interpreted as " The Acts of the Holy Spirit " or even " The Acts of Jesus ," since 1: 1 gives the impression that these acts were set forth as an account of what Jesus continued to do and teach, Jesus himself being the principal actor.
Some thinkers, for instance, have argued that the difference between fine art and applied art has more to do with the actual function of the object than any clear definitional difference.
Some argue that the evidence for antipsychotics from discontinuation-relapse studies may be flawed, because they do not take into account that antipsychotics may sensitize the brain and provoke psychosis if discontinued, which may then be wrongly interpreted as a relapse of the original condition.
Some people with albinism do well using bifocals ( with a strong reading lens ), prescription reading glasses, and / or hand-held devices such as magnifiers or monoculars.
Some scientists believe it has to do with a kind of neural map that the brain has of the body, which sends information to the rest of the brain about limbs regardless of their existence.
Some mathematicians, especially in set theory, do not consider the sets and to be part of the relation, and therefore define a binary relation as being a subset of x, that is, just the graph.
Some linguists, such as John DeFrancis and J. Marshall Unger have argued that genuine ideographic writing systems with the same capacities as natural languages do not exist.
Some liberal Christians do not accept a literal bodily resurrection, seeing the story as richly symbolic and spiritually nourishing myth.
Some questions in the study of visual perception, for example, include: ( 1 ) How are we able to recognize objects ?, ( 2 ) Why do we perceive a continuous visual environment, even though we only see small bits of it at any one time?
Some philosophers, such as Daniel Dennett in an essay titled The Unimagined Preposterousness of Zombies, argue that people who give this explanation do not really understand what they are saying.
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Some have serenity of mind, the ability to accept what they have, and make the most of it ( a wonderful gift to have, believe me ) -- some see only darkness, the bitter side of everything.
Some linguists believe the case for either interpretation is about equally strong ; they have been called the " skeptics ".
Some sects, such as the Universalists, believe in universalism that all souls will ultimately be saved and that there are no torments of hell.
Some scholars believe that Amos's message was recorded after he delivered it to the Northern Kingdom, upon returning to his southern homeland of Tekoa, a town eight kilometres south of Bethlehem.
Some historians believe that Acts borrows phraseology and plot elements from Euripides ' play The Bacchae.
Some believe that Luke ’ s gospel can be seen to mirror the Jewish apologetic literature of the time which served to “ defend Jews against misunderstanding and persecution .” Acts is said to be a:
Supporters of this view believe that “ to a hypothetical outside reader, presents Christianity as enlightened, harmless, even beneficent .” Some believe that through this work, Luke intended to show the Roman Empire that the root of Christianity is within Judaism so that the Christians “ may receive the same freedom to practice their faith that the Roman Empire afforded the Jews .” Those who support the view of Luke ’ s work as political apology generally draw evidence from the facts that Christians are found innocent of committing any political crime ( Acts 25: 25 ; 19: 37 ; 19: 40 ) and that Roman officials ’ views towards Christians are generally positive.
Some believe that this appeal “ thereby shows Christian ’ s of Luke ’ s day both that their predecessors were innocent before the state and that Paul had no political quarrel with Rome ” but rather with the Jews who were accusing him.
Some scholars believe that the apologetic view of Luke ’ s work is overemphasized and that it should not be regarded as a “ major aim of the Lucan writings .” While Munck believes that purpose of Luke ’ s work is not that clear-cut and sympathizes with other claims, he believes that Luke ’ s work can function as an apology only in the sense that it “ presents a defense of Christianity and Paul ” and may serve to “ clarify the position of Christianity within Jewry and within the Roman Empire .” Pervo disagrees that Luke ’ s work is an apology and even that it could possibly be addressed to Rome because he believes that “ Luke and Acts speak to insiders, believers in Jesus .” Freedman believes that Luke is writing an apology but that his goal is “ not to defend the Christian movement as such but to defend God ’ s ways in history .”
Some believe the revision in question was the work of a single reviser, who in his changes and additions expressed the local interpretation put upon Acts in his own time.
Some scholars believe Clement of Rome cryptically referenced Atlantis in his First Epistle of Clement, 20: 8:
Some Latter-day Saints believe that the Adamic language is the " pure language " spoken of by Zephaniah and that it will be restored as the universal language of humankind at the end of the world.
Some believe that ramipril's additional benefits may be shared by some or all drugs in the ACE inhibitor class.
Some Swedish historians believe the name derives from the cripple secondary god Balder of Nordic mythology.
Some people even believe that this was the biblical event of Noah's flood, but despite their historical significance, the first spectacular images of these submarine channels were obtained in 1999 ( Di Iorio, et al., 1999 ) in the frame of a NATO SACLANT Undersea Research project using jointly the NATO RV Alliance, and the Turkish Navy survey ship Çubuklu.
Some etymologists believe it comes from a dialectal pronunciation of the Portuguese " bandore " or from an early anglicisation of the Spanish word " bandurria ", though other research suggests that it may come from a West African term for a bamboo stick formerly used for the instrument's neck.
Some believe that after the collapse of the Soviet Union, cultures of smallpox have become available in other countries.
Some biblical scholars believe Jonah's prayer () to be a later addition to the story ( see source criticism for more information on how such conclusions are drawn ).