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In those passages he reemphasized the concept by adding a divine postscript to the Genesis passage these words: " So, they are no longer two, but one " ( NIV ).
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Of many passages in the book that exemplify the author's vivid style, the characterizations of the two plebeian dictators whose crimes make those of crowned autocrats pale by comparison may be selected.
Note, however, that the fifth article did not completely deny perseverance of the saints ; Arminius, himself, said that " I never taught that a true believer can … fall away from the faith … yet I will not conceal, that there are passages of Scripture which seem to me to wear this aspect ; and those answers to them which I have been permitted to see, are not of such as kind as to approve themselves on all points to my understanding.
#" In parallel passages, whether of the New or Old Testament, especially in the Synoptic Gospels, which ancient copyists continually brought into increased accordance, those testimonies are preferable, in which precise accordance of such parallel passages is not found ; unless, indeed, there are important reasons to the contrary.
In one study, Swedish high school students learning Interlingua were able to translate passages from Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian that students of those languages found too difficult to understand.
Ephrem did not comment on all passages in the Diatessaron, and nor does he always quote commentated passages in full ; but for those phrases that he does quote, the commentary provides for the first time a dependable witness to Tatian's original ; and also confirms its content and their sequence.
Ecclesia and evangelist portrait s. A number of biblical passages, including those describing Christ as a " bridegroom " led early in the history of the church to the concept of the church as the Bride of Christ, which was shown in art using a queenly personification.
* a layer derived from earlier source materials, almost certainly transmitted to the vernacular author / translator in Latin ; and comprising, at the least, those extensive passages in the Gospel of Barnabas that closely parallel pericopes in the canonical gospels ; but whose underlying text appears markedly distinct from that of the late medieval Latin Vulgate ( as for instance in the alternative version of the Lord's Prayer in chapter 37, which includes a concluding doxology, contrary to the Vulgate text, but in accordance with the Diatessaron and many other early variant traditions );
In both cases, Justin is using the same harmonized text of Matthew and Luke, although neither of the quotations includes the entire text of those gospel passages.
Rabbi is credited with publishing the Mishnah, though there have been a few edits since his time ( for example, those passages that cite him or his grandson, Rabbi Yehuda Nesi ' ah ; in addition, the Mishnah at the end of Tractate Sotah refers to the period after Rabbi's death, which could not have been written by Rabbi himself ).
Modern editions such as those of the Oz ve-Hadar Institute correct misprints and restore passages that in earlier editions were modified or excised by censorship but do not attempt a comprehensive account of textual variants.
The most famous passages are those cited by Varro and Porphyry which suggest a dualistic view of progress.
Other brilliant cornett passages occur in Giovanni Gabrieli ’ s works, and sometimes in those of his followers ( e. g. Praetorius ’ s Wachet auf!
The main reason for assuming The Shrew came first is " those passages in A Shrew [...] that make sense only if one knows The Shrew version from which they must have been derived ;" i. e. parts of A Shrew simply don't make sense without recourse to The Shrew.
Some hold them to be marks of erasure ; others believe them to indicate that in some collated manuscripts the stigmatized words were missing, hence that the reading is doubtful ; still others contend that they are merely a mnemonic device to indicate homiletical explanations which the ancients had connected with those words ; finally, some maintain that the dots were designed to guard against the omission by copyists of text-elements which, at first glance or after comparison with parallel passages, seemed to be superfluous.
Some scholars believe that those passages of the New Testament that are seemingly most hostile to the Pharisees were written sometime after the destruction of Herod's Temple in 70 CE.
' This fact is particularly evident in those passages which express or imply the deity of Jesus Christ.
The interior is better preserved ; beneath the arena are subterranean passages like those in the amphitheatre at Puteoli.
However, the transition between these two theories met much resistance, not only from Christian theologians, who were reluctant to reject a theory that was in agreement with Bible passages ( e. g. " Sun, stand you still upon Gibeon ", Joshua 10: 12-King James 2000 Bible ), but also from those who saw geocentrism as an accepted consensus that could not be subverted by a new, unknown theory.
The relevant Scriptural passages depict Yahweh condemning Hebrews sacrificing their first-borns ; those who did were stoned to death, and those who witnessed but did not prevent the sacrifice were excommunicated.
For those with asthma, taking other drugs, or subject to restraining techniques that restrict the breathing passages, there is a risk of death.
He has an exceptional mastery of underwater navigation, taking upon himself the most difficult submarine passages, such as those under the Isthmus of Suez and the Antarctic ice sheet.
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What was perhaps more important than his concept of the nature of history and the historical method were those forces which shaped the direction of his thought.
In an over-all ASW concept, dependence on and effort expended for such systems should be limited to those with proven capabilities.
Here, Steiner developed a concept of free will based on inner experiences, especially those that occur in the creative activity of independent thought.
The fundamental concept of cognitive science is " that thinking can best be understood in terms of representational structures in the mind and computational procedures that operate on those structures.
The present concept of constitutional monarchy developed in the United Kingdom, where it was the democratically elected parliaments, and their leader, the prime minister, who had become those who exercised power, with the monarchs voluntarily ceding it and contenting themselves with the titular position.
Scanlon advances the idea that human rights, which are commonly considered a " deontological " concept, can only be justified with reference to the consequences of having those rights.
These categories surely have some objects that are " special " in a certain way, such as the empty set or the product of two topologies, yet in the definition of a category, objects are considered to be atomic, i. e., we do not know whether an object A is a set, a topology, or any other abstract concept – hence, the challenge is to define special objects without referring to the internal structure of those objects.
The abstract general idea or concept that is signified by the word " dog " is the collection of those characteristics which are common to Airedales, Collies, and Chihuahuas.
# Most of the ways of behaving that are adopted by the organism are those that are consistent with the concept of self.
This observation motivates the theoretical concept of an abstract data type, a data structure that is defined indirectly by the operations that may be performed on it, and the mathematical properties of those operations ( including their space and time cost ).
However, this overlooks those parts of scripture which provide for the doctrine of the " Two Swords " and for the medieval Roman Catholic concept of the powers of kings to protect the Christian Constitution of states, to defend and extend the boundaries of Christendom by lawful means only, to protect and defend the innocent, the weak, the poor and the vulnerable, and to protect the church and the papacy with the king's own life, if necessary.
Female deities also play heavily into the Norse concept of death, where half of those slain in battle enter Freyja's field Fólkvangr, Hel receives the dead in her realm of the same name, and Rán receives those who die at sea.
Although English largely separates tense and aspect formally, its generally recognized aspects do not correspond very closely to the traditional notion of perfective vs. imperfective aspectual distinction originally devised to classify aspect in most Classical and Slavic languages ( those languages for which the concept of aspect was first proposed in describing non-tense handling of verbal " viewpoint ").
Janet reconciled elements of his views with those of Bernheim and his followers, developing his own sophisticated hypnotic psychotherapy based upon the concept of psychological dissociation, which, at the turn of the century, rivaled Freud's attempt to provide a more comprehensive theory of psychotherapy.
However, as the concept of odious debt is not accepted, trying to deal with the debt on those terms would have embroiled Iraq in legal disputes for years.
Freire further states, " In the banking concept of education, knowledge is a gift bestowed by those who consider themselves knowledgeable upon those whom they consider to know nothing.
In a comment on the arguments of the 1830s, William Whewell coined the term uniformitarianism to describe Lyell's version of the ideas, contrasted with the catastrophism of those who supported the early 19th century concept that geological ages recorded a series of catastrophes followed by repopulation by a new range of species.
Despite the safeguards built into the constitutions of most of these organizations, courts and tribunals, the concept of universal jurisdiction is controversial among those states which prefer unilateral to multilateral solutions through the use of executive or military authority, sometimes described as realpolitik-based diplomacy.
When used as a general concept, " language " may refer to the cognitive ability to learn and use systems of complex communication, or to describe the set of rules that makes up these systems, or the set of utterances that can be produced from those rules.
" Love " may refer specifically to the passionate desire and intimacy of romantic love, to the sexual love of eros, to the emotional closeness of familial love, to the platonic love that defines friendship, or to the profound oneness or devotion of religious love, or to a concept of love that encompasses all of those feelings.