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Biblically and three
Biblically, the town features in two of the three wife-sister narratives in Genesis.

Biblically and John
Immersion baptism is also seen as a practice established by the baptism of Jesus Christ by John the Baptist and is therefore Biblically based.

Biblically and which
The responsum maintained a prohibition on male-male anal sex, which it described as the sole Biblically prohibited homosexual act.
The younger Wanamaker also began publishing a Sunday edition, which offended his father's Biblically informed religious views.
Jacobs ' book The Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible ( 2007 ) chronicles his experiment to live for one year according to all the moral codes expressed in the Bible, including stoning adulterers, blowing a shofar at the beginning of every month, and refraining from trimming the corners of his facial hair ( which he followed by not trimming his facial hair at all ).
There was the custom of some early Christians celebrating Passover beginning with the eve of the 14th day of Nisan ( or Aviv in the Hebrew Bible calendar ), which at dusk is Biblically the " Lord's passover ".

Biblically and specifically
Biblically, all birds not specifically excluded in are permitted, but according to rabbinical law, only birds with a tradition of being eaten are allowed.

Biblically and was
Biblically, it was a place of refuge for King David.
This part of the country was Biblically assigned to the Horites, the predecessors of the Edomites.
Today, some Christians, especially those among Seventh-day Adventists citing extracts of Biblically sequential events, "... the sun will be darkened, the moon will not give its light, the stars will fall from the sky ..." ( ( WEB ) are signs preceding the return of Christ ) and interpretations of the event as cited by Ellen G. White, believe that the Dark Day was a fulfillment of Biblical and end-times prophecy.
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik held that a separation of men and women is Biblically required, while the physical mechitza was required by Rabbinic decree.
In 2007, Paramount Pictures announced it was developing a film version of The Year of Living Biblically, with director Julian Farino attached and Jay Reiss adapting the screenplay, though as of 2010, no further announcements have been made.

Biblically and new
) It is sometimes referred to as the new moon, though traditionally and Biblically new moon refers to observance by earth bound individuals of the first visible crescent of rebuilding moon light.

Biblically and no
The battles occurring in the spiritual realms ( as described in Daniel 10 ) have no Biblically identified link to the actions and prayers of God's people in the physical world.

Biblically and one
Apostasy is the rejection of Christ by one who has been a Christian ....", though many believe that Biblically this is impossible (' once saved, forever saved ').

Biblically and inside
Biblically, the Spirit lives and works inside each Christian, as well as works inside those who are in the process of coming to faith.
It holds that the transfer of an article from a private to a public domain is Biblically forbidden ; transferring an article between a semi-public to a private or public domain is Rabbinically prohibited ; transferring of an article between an exempt area and any other domain is permissible ; carrying an article four amos ( about 1. 7 m ) may be forbidden in a public or semi-public domain and permitted in a private domain or exempt area ; and carrying inside a private domain or between private domains may be permissible ( see Eruv ).

Biblically and .
And he wanted to be careful that the kids not only learn about Communist but also about what he feels is the only antidote -- a Biblically strong Christianity.
Held by Christian groups ranging from those who are Biblically inerrant to liberal scholars who mostly belong to mainline Protestant denominations.
It promotes the concept there is a shared intersection of values based on the Hebrew Bible (" Torah "), brought into our culture by the founding generations of Biblically oriented Protestants, that is fundamental to American history, cultural identity, and institutions.
Biblically, five specific species of grain become chametz after wetting.
Biblically, bugles are found in the time of Moses, when God commanded Moses to ' make two bugles of hammered silver ' in Numbers 10: 1-3.
Gothard's primary teaching, his " Basic Seminar ," focuses on seven Biblically based " Basic Life Principles.
Ussher's proposed date of 4004 BC differed little from other Biblically based estimates, such as those of Jose ben Halafta ( 3761 BC ), Bede ( 3952 BC ), Ussher's near-contemporary Scaliger ( 3949 BC ), Johannes Kepler ( 3992 BC ) or Sir Isaac Newton ( c. 4000 BC ).
Doctrinally, the FFBC professes to hold these distinctives: " Biblically literal in our interpretation ; dispensational ( not covenantal ) in our theology ; premillennial and pretribulational in our eschatology ; evangelistic and missions-oriented in our outreach ; Biblically separated in personal life and ecclesiastical associations, and baptistic with regard to the mode and subjects of baptism.
WWEV is a " Biblically based radio ministry that believes the answers for today's problems are found in the Word and in the person Jesus Christ.
As with most of the arayot ( Biblically forbidden sexual relationships ), all physical contact " Derech Chiba v ' Taavah " ( in an affectionate or lustful manner ) is rabbinically forbidden when a woman is in her niddah status.
Biblically, the infant's father ( avi haben ) is commanded to perform the circumcision himself.
After a discussion of the case law regarding Article 9 and 10 the court stated: " Under these circumstances, it is likely that the European Court, in a determination of the restriction of Åke Green ’ s right to preach his Biblically based opinion that a judgment of conviction would constitute, would find that this restriction is not proportionate, and would therefore be a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
* Biblically it is commonly translated as bond-servant or servant, but literally the word meant slave in various nuances.

does and match
If Af leads to an address Af that is equal to the address computed from Af, even though Af does not match Af, the chain of information cells is extended from Af by storing the address of the next available cell in the Y-region, Af, in Af.
However, she really does not know how to match the quantity of dollars given away by a quality of leadership that is basically needed.
The user therefore does not have to go back and forth from some other database ( such as a book or laptop ) to match the desired object's listed coordinates to the coordinates on the telescope.
Although it does not match the German exactly, Wheen's title has justly become part of the English language and is retained here with gratitude.
It is not clear why the present order of the books in the Tanakh does not match the order given in the Talmud ( nor does it match that of the Christian Old Testament ).
* guaranteed performance even with model uncertainties, when the model structure does not match perfectly the real process and the model parameters are not exact
The ISO does present a standard for identifying weeks, but as it does not match up with Gregorian calendar ( the beginning and ending days of a given year do not match up ), this standard is somewhat more problematic than the other standards for dates.
Dyslexic people are better identified by writing that does not seem to match their level of intelligence from prior observations.
It does this by taking energy from a power supply and controlling the output to match the input signal shape but with a larger amplitude.
In some, use of the word " team " is sometimes limited to those who play on the field in a match and does not always include other players who may take part as replacements or emergency players.
Current use of the term freeware does not necessarily match the original concept by Andrew Fluegelman.
However, here the vowel does not match, nor does the vowel length ( contrast with inscriptional Garmangabi ( UK ) and Garma ( Alise, G-257 )).
When the ventilation does not match the perfusion through the paranchyema of the lung.
Syncopations are easier for the lead to cope with, since the lead does not have to change the intended dance figure, although experienced dancers try and match the fancy footwork of the partner, at least in rhythm.
The forwarding of the packet is done based on the contents of the labels, which allows " protocol-independent packet forwarding " that does not need to look at a protocol-dependent routing table and avoids the expensive IP longest prefix match at each hop.
Before being read, the ballots are counted while still folded ; if the number of ballots does not match the number of electors, the ballots are burned unopened and a new vote is held.
A variant of the draw is the time-limit draw, where the match does not have a winner by a specified time period ( a one-hour draw, which was once common, is known in wrestling circles as a " Broadway ").

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