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As examples of Biblical myths, Every cites the creation account in Genesis 1 and 2 and the story of Eve's temptation.
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Other examples of late Biblical Hebrew include the qetAl pattern form nouns, which would have dated after an Aramaic influence, the frequent use of the relative sh (- ש ) alongside asher ( אשר ), the Ut ending ( ות -), the frequent use of the participle for the present ( which is later developed in Rabbinic Hebrew ), using the prefix conjugation in the future ( vs. the older preterite use ), and terms that appear to specifically fit a Persian / Hellenistic context ( e. g. Shallit ).
Some of the most successful examples of these Biblical and historical spectaculars include The Ten Commandments ( 1956 ), The Vikings ( 1958 ), Ben-Hur ( 1959 ), Spartacus ( 1960 ) and El Cid ( 1961 ).
Christianity interprets a wide range of biblical passages in the Old Testament ( Hebrew scripture ) as predicting the coming of the Messiah ( see Christianity and Biblical prophecy for examples ), and believes that they are fulfilled in Jesus ' own explicit life and teaching:
There are documented rare cases of the return to life of the clinically dead which are classified scientifically as examples of the Lazarus syndrome, a term originating from the Biblical story of the Resurrection of Lazarus.
By these 2 examples set apart, one is made better aware of the necessity of a greater understanding, of the potential of virtue, as it is paralleled here by both ; in " substance ,' ' actions ' and by the ' Person " of Christ Jesus or The Living Word of God, that each doing their own parts and / or in parallel, act on faith, with virtue and according to Biblical reference, are able to manifest miracles, by the Word of God.
Some adherents directly recite Biblical examples in prayer intended to command a demon to depart an afflicted person, and do not believe an ordained clergy is required to perform the deliverance.
Cassian endeavored in his thirteenth chapter of Conferences section eleven to demonstrate from Biblical examples that God frequently awaits the good impulses of the natural will, before coming to its assistance with His supernatural grace.
Within the community this is termed " Divine Marriage ", being based on Biblical examples such as King David.
Biblical examples include that of the prophet Jonah, who reluctantly obeys the command of God to go to the city of Nineveh and preach " Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown !".
The Conservative position is that the Talmud states that in exceptional cases rabbis have the right to uproot Biblical prohibitions for a variety of reasons ; it gives examples of how this was done in practice, e. g. Talmud Bavli, tractate Yevamot 89a-90b, and tractate Nazir 43a.
* Part IV gives historical examples of the treatment of consensual and victimless crimes, such as Prohibition, and Biblical examples.
In 1980, the General Council of the Assemblies of God criticized the doctrine of positive confession, noting examples of negative confessions in the Bible ( where Biblical figures express fears and doubts ) that had positive results and contrasting these examples with the focus on positive confessions taught by prosperity theology.
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Urarina myths that portray plants, inanimate objects, and non-human animals as personal beings are examples of animism in its more restrictive sense.
This includes looking for living examples of animals that are considered extinct, such as dinosaurs ; animals whose existence lacks physical evidence but which appear in myths, legends, or are reported, such as Bigfoot and Chupacabra ; and wild animals dramatically outside their normal geographic ranges, such as phantom cats or " ABCs " ( an initialism commonly used by cryptozoologists that stands for Alien Big Cats ).
This and some other examples of apparent comparison between Greek myths and the " key characters " in the Old Testament / Torah have led recent biblical scholars to suggest a Hellenistic influence in the composition of the earlier portions of the Hebrew Bible.
Other misconceptions such as: " the Church prohibited autopsies and dissections during the Middle Ages ," " the rise of Christianity killed off ancient science ," and " the medieval Christian church suppressed the growth of the natural sciences ," are all reported by Numbers as examples of widely popular myths that still pass as historical truth, even though they are not supported by current historical research.
Since then, Dixon has assembled a number of similar examples of Australian Aboriginal myths that accurately describe landscapes of an ancient past.
Language, stories, and myths are examples of verbal artifacts and are represented in rituals and ceremonies.
The classic examples of the monomyth relied upon by Campbell and other scholars include the stories of Osiris, Prometheus, the Buddha, Moses, and Christ, although Campbell cites many other classic myths from many cultures which rely upon this basic structure.
Like the other royal sites there are not any great historical references or archaeological evidence to prove it was a royal residence or fortress as described in the myths with some of the best examples of ring-forts in the area dating from Christian times.
Some examples of this type of science fantasy deliberately blur the already vague distinction between science fictional paranormal powers and magic ; for instance, Poul Anderson's The Queen of Air and Darkness, in which aliens use psionic powers of illusion to imitate earthly myths of fairies — who are themselves traditionally regarded as magical illusionists.
The tale is an example of the " loathly lady " motif, the oldest examples of which are the medieval Irish sovereignty myths such as Niall of the Nine Hostages.
The biblical creation myths and " the flood " are two examples, as they are repeated in other civilizations ' earliest texts ( see Epic of Gilgamesh or Deluge ( mythology )) and are seen again and again in historical texts and references.
Beauvoir writes that these " examples show that the great collective myths are reflected in each singular writer ".
Every issue of the magazine opens with a description of The Skeptics Society and its mission statement, which is to explore subjects such as creationism, pyramid power, Bigfoot, pseudohistorical claims ( as in the examples of Holocaust denial and extreme Afrocentrism ), the use or misuse of theory and statistics, conspiracy theories, urban myths, witch-hunts, mass hysterias, genius and intelligence, and cultural influences on science, as well as controversies involving protosciences at the leading edge of established science, and even fads like cryonics and low-carb diets.
Finally, Umberto Eco's studies on Superman and James Bond as myths of a static good-and-evil world view should be mentioned as very early and lucid examples of a combination of semiotic and political analysis.
Near Dunbeg is Kilvickadownig, home to other archeologial ruins, including examples of the beehive house and the grave of Caol or Cháil Mic Crimthainn, the last to die in the Battle of Ventry from the well-known Fenian Cycle myths.
Other examples include Jievaras in Lithuanian mythology and Thor's Oak in the myths of the pre-Christian Germanic peoples.
The Egyptian god Osiris and the Mesopotamian god Tammuz are examples of the " dying god ", while the Greek myths of Adonis ( though a mortal ) has often been compared to Osiris and the myth of Dionysos also features death and rebirth.
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Every compact Hausdorff space is also locally compact, and many examples of compact spaces may be found in the article compact space.
Every chapter contains a comprehensive compilation all of the published examples of the reaction organized in tables according to the structure of the starting material.
In 1965, Kingsley Amis wrote The Book of Bond or Every Man His Own 007, a tongue-in-cheek manual for prospective secret agents, illustrated with examples from Fleming's novels.
Every year there is a different theme, examples of previous themes are mentorship, back to the future, personal development.
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Sowell cites Bertrand Russell, Noam Chomsky and Edmund Wilson as paradigmatic examples of this phenomenon.
Rothkopf then cites genocide and massacres in Armenia, Russia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Rwanda and East Timor as examples of culture ( in some cases expressed in the ideology of " political culture " or religion ) being misused to justify violence.
He cites as examples Hollywood coverage and the use of language in publications like Empire Magazine, as well as blockbuster dominance in multiplexes, but he also notes that this is an industrial matter: " The Full Monty was entirely financed and distributed by one of the US majors, Twentieth Century Fox, The praise went to Britain, but all the film ’ s profits went to America.
The Jargon File ( a. k. a. The New Hacker's Dictionary ), which is a glossary of internet slang maintained by Eric S. Raymond, differentiates kludge from kluge and cites usage examples predating 1962.
Foster cites Camilla and Diana, Artemis and Callisto, and Iphis and Ianthe as examples of female mythological figures who showed remarkable devotion to each other, or defied gender expectations.
Ulla Loumand cites Sleipnir and the flying horse Hófvarpnir as " prime examples " of horses in Norse mythology as being able to " mediate between earth and sky, between Ásgarðr, Miðgarðr and Útgarðr and between the world of mortal men and the underworld.
Pak Subuh's book " Susila Budhi Dharma " cites examples of situations in which testing may be useful, including self-training in terms of putting any benefits of the latihan into practice.
Professor of Political Science Michael Stohl cites the examples that include Germany ’ s bombing of London and the U. S. atomic destruction of Hiroshima during World War II.
Hardin also cites modern examples, including the overfishing of the world's oceans and ranchers who graze their cattle on government lands in the American West.
Mead cites as the gross evidence of the exclusively wave nature of both light and matter the discovery between 1933 and 1996 of ten examples of pure wave phenomena, including the ubiquitous laser of CD players, the self-propagating electrical currents of superconductors, and the Bose – Einstein condensate of atoms.
Author John MacDonald cites it as one of the greatest extant examples of the mastery of military logistics, stating, " probably his greatest military achievement, unsurpassed at the time, was the logistic repositioning, within twenty-four hours, of a whole army corps at the Battle of the Bulge.
Gardner mentions, among other examples of conjecture, Chaos, Co-ordinated, a science fiction story by John MacDougal, and cites Norbert Wiener as saying in his book Cybernetics that the human brain, just like a computing machine, probably works on a variant of the famous principle expounded by Lewis Carroll.
Ulla Loumand cites Hófvarpnir and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir as " prime examples " of horses in Norse mythology as being able to " mediate between earth and sky, between Ásgarðr, Miðgarðr and Útgarðr and between the world of mortal men and the underworld.
The film begins with a bugler playing " Taps " and an overlay of text stating that Americans have been accustomed to military victory, but cites Valley Forge and The Lost Battalion as examples of times where undermanned groups fought to the bitter end for America.
In the book " Icons of Horror and the Supernatural: An Encyclopedia of Our Worst Nightmares, Volume 1 ", author S. T. Joshi cites both Waluigi and Wario as examples of alter egos, also as evidence of how popular it is to feature such character archetypes.
In the book Icons of Horror and the Supernatural: An Encyclopedia of Our Worst Nightmares, Volume 1, author S. T. Joshi cites both Waluigi and Wario as examples of alter egos, also as evidence of how popular it is to feature such character archetypes ..
To illustrate what he means by defamiliarization, Shklovsky uses examples from Tolstoy, whom he cites as using the technique throughout his works: “ The narrator of ' Kholstomer ,' for example, is a horse, and it is the horse ’ s point of view ( rather than a person ’ s ) that makes the content of the story seem unfamiliar ” ( Shklovsky 16 ).
Elsewhere, in an article entitled " Inverted Totalitarianism " Wolin cites phenomena such as the lack of involvement of citizens in a narrow political framework ( due to the influence of money ), the privatization of social security, and massive increases in military spending and spending on surveillance as examples of the push away from public and towards private-controlled government.
In " The Anatomy Of Motive " John E. Douglas cites Charles Starkweather and Andrew Cunanan as examples of spree killers, while Jack Levin calls Cunanan a serial killerand Starkweather a mass murderer.
In support of his argument, Moore cites examples of notable figures who have become more sympathetic towards particular problems or situations when they have become personally affected themselves, including:
Among the examples of cooperation that he cites are Iraq's destruction of Samoud 2 missiles, which he calls " the most spectacular and the most important and tangible ".