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Supporters of this view believe thatto a hypothetical outside reader, presents Christianity as enlightened, harmless, even beneficent .” Some believe that through this work, Luke intended to show the Roman Empire that the root of Christianity is within Judaism so that the Christians “ may receive the same freedom to practice their faith that the Roman Empire afforded the Jews .” Those who support the view of Luke ’ s work as political apology generally draw evidence from the facts that Christians are found innocent of committing any political crime ( Acts 25: 25 ; 19: 37 ; 19: 40 ) and that Roman officials ’ views towards Christians are generally positive.
Some argue that the view of Arianism that exists to this day among most Christians would not have existed were it not for Athanasius.
Some Christians, such as Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy, also have traditions of fasting, in which saints, as well as Jesus, are claimed to have been able to go for a period of time ( without any food, or with no food but the Eucharist ).
Some liberal Christians do not accept a literal bodily resurrection, seeing the story as richly symbolic and spiritually nourishing myth.
Some groups of individuals who hold basic Protestant tenets identify themselves simply as " Christians " or " born-again Christians ".
Some Christians believe that the book of Leviticus contains prohibitions against male-male sexuality.
Some Christians believe that marriage is the union of two people and that homosexual behavior is not inherently sinful.
Some Christians believe that Biblical passages have been mistranslated or that these passages do not refer to LGBT orientation as currently understood.
Some organizations cater exclusively to homosexual Christians who do not want to have gay sex, or attraction ; the goals of these organizations vary.
Some Christians thought that Hypatia's influence had caused Orestes, the Praefectus augustalis of the Byzantine Diocese of Egypt | Diocese of Egypt, to reject all reconciliatory offerings by Cyril.
Some Christians believe that gender equality is appropriate for Christian marriages and that the spouses share equal responsibility within the family.
Some Christians believe that husbands and wives have differing, complementary roles.
Some Christians believe that the Law was " completed " by Jesus and has become irrelevant to " faith life ", for details see Biblical law in Christianity.
Some Jews contend that Christians cite commandments from the Old Testament to support one point of view but then ignore other commandments of a similar class that are also of equal weight.
Some Christians agree that Jews who accept Jesus should still observe all of Torah, see for example Dual-covenant theology, based on warnings by Jesus to Jews not to use him as an excuse to disregard it, and they support efforts of those such as Messianic Jews ( Messianic Judaism is considered by most Christians and Jews to be a form of Christianity ) to do that, but some Protestant forms of Christianity oppose all observance to the Mosaic law, even by Jews, which Luther criticised as Antinomianism, see Antinomianism # Antinomian Controversies in Lutheranism and Luther # Anti-Antinomianism for details.
Some Christians who view the Jewish people as close to God seek to understand and incorporate elements of Jewish understanding or perspective into their beliefs as a means to respect their " parent " religion of Judaism, or to more fully seek out and return to their Christian roots.
Some of them claim to be the one true Catholic Church from which, in their view, other Christians, including those in communion with the Pope, have fallen away.
Some Christians also share concerns similar to those of the secular anti-cult movement.
Some deists rejected miracles and prophecies but still considered themselves Christians because they believed in what they felt to be the pure, original form of Christianitythat is, Christianity as it existed before it was corrupted by additions of such superstitions as miracles, prophecies, and the doctrine of the Trinity.
* Some see parallels between James and 1 Peter, 1 Clement, and the Shepherd of Hermas and take this to reflect the socio-economic situation Christians were dealing with in the late 1st or early 2nd century.

Some and adhere
Some doctrines, however, do adhere to the Arminian foundation and, while minority views, are highlighted below.
Some kinds of changes are a part of the everyday routine of information processing and adhere to a predefined procedure, which reduces the overall level of risk to the processing environment.
Some Molokans adhere to the Old Testament kosher dietary laws and do not eat pork, shellfish, or other " unclean " foods.
Some regional groups that adhere to variants of the Humanist life stance, such as the humanist subgroup of the Unitarian Universalist Association, do not belong to the IHEU.
Some groups have accepted Christianity and been assimilated, but most adhere to Muslim religious traditions, which ensures their definite endogamy and preservation of ethnic features.
Some individuals, particularly those with strong religious beliefs, maintain that it is in the best interests of individuals and of humanity as a whole that all people adhere to a specific model for society or specific aspects of such a model.
Some may vary depending on the specific context and parties involved, while other types of disclaimers may strictly adhere to a uniform and established set of formalities that are rarely or never modified, except under official authority.
Some variants of dialectical monism adhere to the view that all conditions exist at all times in unity, and our consciousness separates them into dualistic forms.
Some Karaites strive to adhere only to the p ' shat ( plain meaning ) of the text.
Some Eastern European countries, such as Poland and the Czech Republic, destroyed their ballistic missiles, in part, to better their chances of joining MTCR .” In October 1994, in order to make the enforcement of MTCR Guidelines more uniform, the member states established a “ no undercut ” policy, meaning if one member denies the sale of some technology to another country, then all members must adhere.
Some Turks adhere to a belief that cold foods, such as ice cream, will cause illnesses-such as sore throats and the common cold ; it is held that consumption of warm liquid while consuming ice cream will counteract these effects.
Some economists have thus classified countries on whether they adhere to common law or whether their legal system is based on French civil law, German civil law or Scandinavian civil law.
Some villagers adhere to other major religions, but they are limited to a few families.
Some modern scholars argue whether Nestorianism is the proper term for the Christianity that was practiced in China, since it did not adhere to what was preached by Nestorius, and are instead preferring to refer to it as " Church of the East ", a term which encompasses the various forms of early Christianity in Asia.
Some regions did not adhere to the standards the Bible used and continued to use their old way of writing.
Some white supremacist or neo-Nazi supporters also adhere to Germanic neopaganism or Odinism ideologies, but as a minority inside the Germanic Neo-Pagan, Odinist and Asatru movements ,.
Some ask questions about forensic television viewership during voir dire to target biased jurors ; others use opening statements and closing arguments to minimize the possible impact of the CSI effect, and instruct jurors to adhere to the court's standards of evidence rather than those seen on television.
Some fans and critics felt betrayed by the collaboration since Card is known for lyrics that scrupulously adhere to Protestant theology whereas Talbot is a Roman Catholic.
Some believers see Antoine as an incarnation of God ; others, who continue to practice Catholicism, consider him a prophet equal to Jesus Christ ; others, who adhere to New Age doctrines, perceive him as a spiritual figure.
Some allied health professions are more specialized, and so must adhere to national training and education standards and their professional scope of practice.

Some and New
Some preferred Judge Alton B. Parker of New York.
Some tips for shooting in Northeastern locales: In New York City don't miss coverage of the United Nations.
Some of the New York Philharmonic musicians who live in the suburbs spent yesterday morning digging themselves free from snow.
Some distinctive accents can be found on the East Coast ( for example, in eastern New England and New York City ) partly because these areas were in close contact with England and imitated prestigious varieties of British English at a time when these were undergoing changes.
Some lists also mention 1-555-1313 as ANAC ( 506 New Brunswick ).
Some Protestant charismatic and British New Church Movement churches include " apostles " among the offices that should be evident into modern times in a true church, though they never trace an historical line of succession.
Some artists from elsewhere in New York City have begun to converge on the area, and housing prices have nearly quadrupled in the area since 2002.
Some provinces of the Anglican Communion have begun ordaining women as bishops in recent decades for example, the United States, New Zealand, Canada and Cuba.
* " Sunday Bloody Sunday ", a 1972 song from the album Some Time in New York City, by John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Some of these textiles were then on-sold, ending up in Halmahera and New Guinea.
The John Lennon album Some Time in New York City features a song entitled " Sunday Bloody Sunday ", inspired by the incident, as well as the song " The Luck of the Irish ", which dealt more with the Irish conflict in general.
Some of the churches originating during this period are historically connected to early-19th century camp meetings in the Midwest and Upstate New York.
Some 500, 000 people of Cape Verdean ancestry live in the United States, mainly in New England.
Some people speak Celtic languages in the other Celtic diaspora areas of the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
A footnote in the New American Bible says: “ Some scholars take the call be eunuchs for the sake of heaven to be meant for those who have been divorced by their spouses and who have refused to enter into another marriage ” ( p. 1041 ).
* Civil Defense Logo dies at 67, and Some Mourn its Passing, The New York Times, 1 December 2006 by David Dunlap.
Some states, such as Virginia, do not provide for any class actions, while others, such as New York, limit the types of claims that may be brought as class actions.
Some predominantly coastal areas have become major tourist centres, such as parts of Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton Island, the South Shore of Nova Scotia and the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Bay of Fundy coasts of New Brunswick.
Some Christian authorities say that the New Testament regards marriage as instituted and ordained by God for the lifelong relationship between one man as husband and one woman as wife.
Some also denounce non-Christian religions such as Islam, Wicca, Paganism, New Age groups, Buddhism, Hinduism, and other polytheistic religions.
Some sources suggest Almagro received such a requirement in 1534 by the Spanish king and was officially declared governor of New Toledo.
* Some deists, usually referred to as Spiritual Deists, practice meditation and make frequent use of Affirmative Prayer, a non-supplicative form of prayer which is common in the New Thought movement.
Some observers have labeled evacuation from New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Katrina the New Orleans diaspora, since a significant number of evacuees have not been able to return, yet maintain aspirations to do so.

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