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Most scholars believe that he never taught at Magnaura or at any other university ; Vasileios N. Tatakes asserts that, even while he was patriarch, Photios taught " young students passionately eager for knowledge " at his home, which " was a center of learning ".
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Most students of literature, whether they call themselves scholars or critics, are ready to argue that it is possible to understand literary works as well as to enjoy them.
Most of the still extant works of Aristotle, as well as a number of the original Greek commentaries, were translated into Arabic and studied by Muslim philosophers, scientists and scholars.
Most scholars hold that the Hebrew text underlying the Septuagint version is older than the Masoretic text and that either the Masoretic evolved either from this vorlage or from a closely related version.
Most modern scholars believe it was written around 95 AD, with some believing it dates from around 70 AD.
Most modern day biblical scholars assert that the Book of Lamentations was written by one or more authors in Judah, shortly after the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC ; and was penned as a response to Babylonian Exile, the intense suffering of the people of Judah, and the complete and utter destruction of Jerusalem.
Most scholars today accept the basic authenticity of the book, but see in it significant additions by a " school " of later followers of the original prophet.
Most scholars of copyright agree that it can be called a kind of property, because it involves the exclusion of others from something.
Most scholars attribute the origins of this idea to futurologist Herman Kahn's World Economic Development: 1979 and Beyond.
Most scholars believe that Cyril was born and brought up in Caesarea of Palestine but some say he may have been born in Jerusalem because of his early knowledge of the city's layout, but this could have been attributed to research or information he learned after moving there to become bishop.
Most scholars disagree with this account because Saint Jerome often made statements more entertaining than factual.
Most scholars regard it as being entirely fictional, its geography being perfect for romance writers ; Arthurian scholar Norris J.
Most scholars date it to the early 2nd century, and distinguish in it two separate Eucharistic traditions, the earlier tradition in chapter 10 and the later one preceding it in chapter 9.
Most scholars hold that Ezra lived during the rule of Artaxerxes I, though some have difficulties with this assumption: Nehemiah and Ezra " seem to have no knowledge of each other ; their missions do not overlap ; and no reflection of Ezra's activity appears in Jerusalem of Nehemiah.
Most New Testament scholars believe Paul of Tarsus wrote this letter from Corinth, although information appended to this work in many early manuscripts ( e. g., Codices Alexandrinus, Mosquensis, and Angelicus ) state that Paul wrote it in Athens after Timothy had returned from Macedonia with news of the state of the church in Thessalonica (; ).
Most scholars believe that the community at Qumran that allegedly produced the Dead Sea Scrolls was an offshoot of the Essenes ; however, this theory has been disputed by some, for example, by Norman Golb:
Most Muslim scholars have regarded the story as historically implausible, while opinion is divided among western scholars such as Leone Caetani and John Burton, who argue against, and William Muir and William Montgomery Watt, who argue for its plausibility.
Most modern scholars agree that the actual Greek fire was based on petroleum, either crude or refined ; comparable to modern napalm.
Most scholars reject the historicity of the later legends of King Arthur, which seem to be set in this period, but some such as John Morris see it as evidence behind which may lie a plausible grain of truth.
Most scholars reject the idea that Hamlet is in any way connected with Shakespeare's only son, Hamnet Shakespeare, who died in 1596 at age eleven.
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Most of them sincerely believe that the Anglo-Saxon is the best race in the world and that it should remain pure.
Another teen-ager remarked: `` Most Jews don't believe in God, but they believe in people -- in helping people ''.
Most pastors and laymen, even though they believe it to be important, assume that the ecumenical movement lies outside the province of their parishes.
Most anthropologists believe that cooking fires began only about 250, 000 years ago, when hearths started appearing.
Most in cognitive science, however, presumably do not believe their field is the study of anything as certain as the knowledge sought by Plato.
Most Protestants believe this salvific grace comes about at the moment of personal decision to follow Jesus, and that baptism is a symbol of the grace already received.
Most Christians believe that the kosher food laws do not apply to them as they are no longer under the Law of Moses, and that, as Jesus taught in Mark 7: what you eat doesn't make you unclean but what comes out of a man's heart makes him unclean — although Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy have their own set of dietary observances.
Most Christians ( the exception is Full Preterism ) believe in the future Second Coming of Jesus, which includes the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgment.
Most linguists today believe that stød is a development of the word accents, rather than the other way round.
Most historians believe that the word " Dagome " is a melding of two names: the Christian " Dago ," for " Dagobert " ( Mieszko's hypothetical baptismal name ), and the Slavic " Me ," for " Mieszko.
Most Hindus believe that we are living in the Kali Yuga, the last of four periods ( Yuga ) that make up the current age.
Most churches in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States, also practice their own form of open communion, provided those who receive are baptized and believe in the Real Presence.
Most physicists today believe that quantum mechanics is correct, and that the EPR paradox is a " paradox " only because classical intuitions do not correspond to physical reality.
Most historians believe that the older name for Ghent, ' Ganda ', is derived from the Celtic word ' ganda ' which means confluence.
Most of the European rulers did not believe Henry would survive long, and were thus willing to shelter claimants against him.