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Modern Christian formulations of this tension include Supersessionism, Covenant Theology, New Covenant Theology, Dispensationalism and Dual-covenant theology.
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Modern Christian churches tend to be much more concerned with how humanity can be saved from a universal condition of sin and death than the question of how both Jews and Gentiles can be in God's family.
Modern gay Christian leader Justin R. Cannon promotes what he calls " Inclusive Orthodoxy " ( not to be confused with the Eastern Orthodox Church ).
Modern studies represent Hypatia's death as the result of a struggle between two Christian factions, the moderate Orestes, supported by Hypatia, and the more rigid Cyril.
Modern scholarship dating from the Wissenschaft des Judentums movement of 19th century Germany, as well as textual analysis influenced by the 20th Century discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, suggests that dating from this period there existed " liturgical formulations of a communal nature designated for particular occasions and conducted in a centre totally independent of Jerusalem and the Temple, making use of terminology and theological concepts that were later to become dominant in Jewish and, in some cases, Christian prayer.
Modern Lebanon's constitution, drawn up in 1926, specified a balance of power between the various religious groups, but France designed it to guarantee the political dominance of its Christian allies.
“ Mary versus Eve: Paternal Uncertainty and the Christian View of Women .” Neophilologus: International Journal of Modern and Mediaeval Language and Literature 95 ( 4 ) 2011: 507-521.
* The most important work by Paul S. Fiddes is The Creative Suffering of God ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992 ); see also his short overview " Process Theology ," in A. E. McGrath, ed., The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Modern Christian Thought ( Oxford: Blackwell, 1993 ), 472 – 76.
The Book of Psalms ( Tiberian: Təhillîm ; Modern: Tehillim, ת ְ ה ִ ל ִּ ים, or " praises "), commonly referred to simply as Psalms, is a book of the Hebrew Bible, the Christian Bible, and the Islamic Zabur.
Modern Christian ideas on intra-religious pluralism ( between different denominations of Christianity ) are discussed in the article on Ecumenism.
Modern Christian descriptions of the New Testament teaching in this area focus on Gentile inclusion in God's plans, without much if any consideration of Jewish exclusion.
Modern scholars regard this claim as mistaken, as the contemporary historians of science David C. Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers write: " there was scarcely a Christian scholar of the Middle Ages who did not acknowledge sphericity and even know its approximate circumference.
Modern American creationism arose out of the theological split over modernist higher criticism and its rejection by the Fundamentalist Christian movement which promoted Biblical literalism and, post 1920, took up the anti-evolution cause led by William Jennings Bryan.
Modern Ramallah was founded in the mid-16th century by the Haddadins, a Jordanian tribe of brothers descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
* Steiner, Rudolf ( 1965 ) Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation: Mystery Centres of the Middle Ages: Six lectures given in Dornach, 4 – 13 January 1924 ( translation of Steiner, Rudolf ( 1950 ) Mepterienstätte des Mittelalters: Rosenkreuzertum und Modernes Einweihungsprinzip, printed as volume two of The Mission of Christian Rozenkreuz ) R. Steiner, London, OCLC 7209265 ; see full text from the Rudolf Steiner Archive
* Manas, John H., Divination Ancient and Modern: An Historical Archaeological and Philosophical Approach to Seership and Christian Religion, Kessinger Publishing, 2004.
* Emil Christian Hansen, the father of Modern Brewing: At the Carlsberg Laboratories in Copenhagen, he was the first to discover that yeast was composed of different kinds of fungi and that the yeast culture could be cultivated.
Modern Christian views vary as to whether witchcraft is a generalterm for communion with evil, or a specific form of religious system and practice.
* Religious Postures: Essays on Modern Christian Apologists and Religious Problems ( Open Court, 1988 ) ISBN 0-8126-9070-2
Agape ( or ; Classical Greek:, agápē ; Modern Greek: ) is one of the Koine Greek words translated into English as love, one which became particularly appropriated in Christian theology as the love of God or Christ for humankind.
In contrast, some Modern Orthodox rabbis such as Eugene Korn and David Hartman hold that in some cases, the primary issue in Confrontation is no longer valid ; some Christian groups no longer attempt to use interfaith dialogue to convert Jews to Christianity.
The term " modern " ( Latin modernus from modo, " just now ") dates from the 5th century, originally distinguishing the Christian era from the Pagan era, yet the word entered general usage only in the 17th-century quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns — debating: " Is Modern culture superior to Classical ( Græco – Roman ) culture?
* Barrett, David B., George T. Kurian, and Todd M. Johnson, World Christian Encyclopedia: A Comparative Survey of Churches and Religions in the Modern World, 2 vols.
Modern and formulations
Modern formulations of the theorem allow for the domain to be compact Hausdorff and for the range to be an arbitrary metric space.
Modern formulations of classical field theories generally require Lorentz covariance as this is now recognised as a fundamental aspect of nature.
Modern polish formulas were introduced early in the 20th century and many of those original formulations are still in use today.
Modern paints are available in various specialized formulations that can be fade resistant, chip resistant, odor free, antibiotic to resist mould and fungi growth, etc.
Modern and tension
In others e. g. Modern Jive moving closer together and further apart are fundamental to the dance, requiring flexion and extension of the arms, alternating compression and tension.
Modern congas use a screw-and-lug tension head system, which makes them easier to tune ( or detune ) this modern type of tension system is attributed to Carlos " Patato " Valdes a popular Cuban Conguero.
Modern latigos have several holes at the end so that a cinch can be buckled at a set tension, though the cinch may also be secured by a knot called a " latigo knot ," which is a type of half-hitch.
Modern drugs used for the same purpose include simethicone, which, rather than having physiological activity, simply lowers the surface tension of gas bubbles.
Modern and include
Modern weather systems also include wind shear and turbulence detection and terrain and traffic warning systems.
Modern weapons include the Russian ZSU-23-4 Shilka and Tunguska-M1, South Korean K30 Biho and K263A1 radar-guided Vulcan, Chinese Type 95 SPAAA, Swedish CV9040 AAV, Polish PZA Loara, American M6 Bradley Linebacker and M1097 Humvee Avenger, Yugoslavian BOV-3, Canadian ADATS, aging German Gepard, Japanese Type 87 SPAAG and similar versions with the British Marksman turret ( which was also adapted for a number of other users ), Italian SIDAM 25 and Otomatic, and versions of the French AMX-13.
These include 1981's Modern Romance, where Brooks played a film editor desperate to win back his ex-girlfriend ( Kathryn Harrold ).
Modern forms of CBT include a number of diverse but related techniques such as exposure therapy, stress inoculation training, cognitive processing therapy, cognitive therapy, relaxation training, dialectical behavior therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
Modern examples of chorded keyboards include TipTapSpeech ( using Engelbart's original mapping ), the GKOS keyboard, the FrogPad, the In10did method, the EkaPad, TextFaster and HotTyper.
Modern methods include the use of lossless data compression for incremental parsing, prediction suffix tree and string searching by factor oracle algorithm ( basically a factor oracle is a ﬁnite state automaton constructed in linear time and space in an incremental fashion ).
Among concrete examples of Modern human behavior, anthropologists include specialization of tools, use of jewellery and images ( such as cave drawings ), organization of living space, rituals ( for example, burials with grave gifts ), specialized hunting techniques, exploration of less hospitable geographical areas, and barter trade networks.
Modern examples of machine pistols include the MAC-10, Glock 18, and the Beretta 93R and Uzi variants.
Modern U. S. civilian carbines include compact customizations of the AR-15, Ruger Mini-14, Beretta Cx4 Storm, Kel-Tec SUB-2000, bolt-action rifles generally falling under the specifications of a scout rifle, and aftermarket conversion kits for popular pistols including the M1911 and Glock models.
Modern words that derive from the work include fluorspar ( from which was later named fluorine ) and bismuth.
Recurring mechanisms in his games include auctions ( Ra and Modern Art ), tile placement ( Tigris and Euphrates and Ingenious ), and intricate scoring rules ( Samurai ).
Modern methods of carving include using computer-controlled rotary bits and sandblasting over a rubber stencil.
Modern gothic horrors include Sleepy Hollow, Interview with the Vampire, Underworld, The Wolfman, From Hell, Dorian Gray, Let Me In and The Woman in Black.
Modern examples in this field include Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong and Kim Jong Il, whose tenures as heads of state were accompanied by a significant cult of personality.
Modern hi-fi equipment can include signal sources such as digital audio tape ( DAT ), digital audio broadcasting ( DAB ) or HD Radio tuners.
Modern political improvisation's roots include Jerzy Grotowski's work in Poland during the late 1950s and early 1960s, Peter Brook's " happenings " in England during the late 1960s, Augusto Boal's " Forum Theatre " in South America in the early 1970s, and San Francisco's The Diggers ' work in the 1960s.
" Modern French orders of knighthood include women, for example the Légion d ' Honneur ( Legion of Honor ) since the mid-19th c., but they are usually called chevaliers.
Modern examples include the Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia and the pope of the Roman Catholic Church, who serves as Sovereign of the Vatican City State and is elected to a life term by the College of Cardinals.
Examples include the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Tate Modern in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.