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# Belief in God, whereby all religions are treated equally and have religious freedom.
Some Related Sentences
# and Belief
# Belief in the validity of the Bible ( Old and New ), Qur ' an and in the scriptures of all the Prophets of God.
# Belief that history textbooks and other educational materials have been negatively influenced by white-supremacist doctrines
# Belief that religion should not make adherents into a slave or zombie but should instead make them a fighter for freedom, justice, and equality for all human beings.
# Profiles in Belief is apparently in error when it says that the New England Evangelical Baptist Fellowship was organized in the 1940s by Congregational-Christian Churches that preferred not to become a part of the United Church of Christ.
# Dilts, Robert, Sleight of Mouth: The Magic of Conversational Belief Change, Meta Publications, Capitola, CA, 1999.
# and God
# After one believes, God then regenerates ; one is able to continue believing … able also to resist.
# that God is all ( omnia sunt deus ) and thus all things are one because whatever is, is God ( omnia unum, quia quidquid est, est Deus );
# The beginning of 1 Chronicles ( chapters 1 – 10 ) mostly contains genealogical lists, including the House of Saul and Saul's rejection by God, which sets the stage for the rise of David.
# the Mozarabic Breviary, once in use throughout all Spain, but now confined to a single foundation at Toledo ; it is remarkable for the number and length of its hymns, and for the fact that the majority of its collects are addressed to God the Son ;
# Dharma administered by God: The scriptures further outline how the " Judge of Dharma " administers justice depending on the way that one has conducted life on Earth.
# The Old Testament, in which a line of kings was created by God through the prophecy of Jacob / Israel, who created his son Judah to be king and retain the sceptre until the coming of the Messiah, alongside the line of priests created in his other son, Levi.
# Council of Ephesus ( 431 ) repudiated Nestorianism, proclaimed the Virgin Mary as the Theotokos (" Birth-giver to God ", " God-bearer ", " Mother of God "), repudiated Pelagianism, and reaffirmed the Nicene Creed. This and all the following councils in this list are not recognized by the Assyrian Church of the East.