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Some and deists
Some deists rejected the claim of Jesus ' divinity but continued to hold him in high regard as a moral teacher ( see, for example, Thomas Jefferson's famous Jefferson Bible and Matthew Tindal's Christianity as Old as the Creation ).
Some modern deists have modified this classical view and believe that humanity's relationship with God is transpersonal, which means that God transcends the personal / impersonal duality and moves beyond such human terms.
Some deists see design in nature and purpose in the universe and in their lives ( Prime Designer ).
Some deists view God in classical terms and see God as observing humanity but not directly intervening in our lives ( Prime Observer ), while others see God as a subtle and persuasive spirit ( Prime Mover ).
* Some contemporary deists believe ( with the classical deists ) that God has created the universe perfectly, so no amount of supplication, request, or begging can change the fundamental nature of the universe.
* Some deists believe that God is not an entity that can be contacted by human beings through petitions for relief ; rather, God can only be experienced through the nature of the universe.
* Some deists do not believe in divine intervention, but still find value in prayer as a form of meditation, self-cleansing, and spiritual renewal.
* 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 are thought to have been deists, or irreligious.
Some deists believe that a Divine Creator initiated a universe in which evolution occurred, by designing the system and the natural laws, although many deists believe that God also created life itself, before allowing it to be subject to evolution.

Some and rejected
Some Eastern Orthodox Churches have issued statements to the effect that Anglican orders could be accepted, yet have still reordained former Anglican clergy ; other Orthodox churches have rejected Anglican orders altogether.
Some Anglicans consider their church a branch of the " One Holy Catholic Church " alongside of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches, a concept rejected by the Roman Catholic Church and some Eastern Orthodox.
Some Christian denominations and other groups have rejected the authority of those creeds.
Some contracts, known as executory contracts, may be rejected if canceling them would be financially favorable to the company and its creditors.
Some Christians adhere to New Covenant theology, which states that Jews have rejected Jesus as the Messiah and Son of God have ceased being the Chosen People.
Some Druze and non-Druze scholars like Samy Swayd and Sami Makarem state that this confusion is due to confusion about the role of the early preacher ad-Darazi, whose teachings the Druze rejected as heretical.
Some experiences were therefore rejected out of hand, and some unpleasant experiences endured in the present to ensure a better life in the future.
Some unskilled workers were rejected because they were considered " likely to become a public charge ".
Some Christian theologians ( particularly neo-Scholastics ) saw Cantor's work as a challenge to the uniqueness of the absolute infinity in the nature of God — on one occasion equating the theory of transfinite numbers with pantheism — a proposition which Cantor vigorously rejected.
Some scholars have detected a proto-historical perspective in Hesiod, a view rejected by Paul Cartledge, for example, on the grounds that Hesiod advocates a not-forgetting without any attempt at verification.
Some Lamarckian principles, however, have not been entirely discounted and some of Darwin's pangenesis principles ( in this regard ) do relate to heritable aspects of phenotypic plasticity, while the status of gemmules has been firmly rejected.
Some sources have claimed that despite their scientific contributions, neither was given the award because of their animosity toward each other ; that each sought to minimize the other's achievements and right to win the award ; that both refused ever to accept the award if the other received it first ; and that both rejected any possibility of sharing it ( although Edison did receive one of 38 possible bids in 1915, and Tesla did receive one bid out of 38 in 1937 ).
Some philosophers, such as Plato, proposed a divine Artificer as the designer ; others, including Aristotle, rejected that conclusion in favor of a more naturalistic teleology.
Some of these may be rejected by the mind as useless, while others may be seen as valuable and retained.
Some consider the work of Paul Erdős as a whole to have advanced this view ( although he personally rejected it ) because of his uniquely broad collaborations, which prompted others to see and study " mathematics as a social activity ", e. g., via the Erdős number.
Some factions rejected the Accords, leading to the Temporal Cold War that served as a recurring storyline during the first three seasons of that series.
Some courts and observers opine that cases must be dismissed because this is a constitutional bar, and there is no " case or controversy "; others have rejected the pure constitutional approach and adopted a so-called " prudential " view, where dismissal may depend upon a host of factors, whether the particular person has lost a viable interest in the case, or whether the issue itself survives outside the interests of the particular person, whether the circumstance are likely to recur, etc.
Some linguists favoured using " ny " ( as in Catalan and Filipino ) and " ly " for these sounds, but the latter spellings were rejected for being similar to the Indonesian system.
Some Christian writers later rejected the idea that humans could bring back the spirits of the dead and interpreted such shades as disguised demons instead, thus conflating necromancy with demon summoning.
Some Russian people are Old Believers: a relatively small schismatic group of the Russian Orthodoxy that rejected the liturgical reforms introduced in the 17th century.
Some senators wanted to reduce it to a simple majority ( 51 out of 100 ) but this was rejected, as it would greatly diminish the ability of the minority to check the majority.
Some had suggested allowing the rays of the sun to extend through the clouds, as appears to be specified in the original law and sometimes seen in other versions, but Whitehouse rejected that idea and kept with the traditional die representation.
Some sources claim Walt Disney initially agreed to loan out Mickey, but Roy Disney rejected the deal.

Some and miracles
Some coincidences may be seen as miracles.
Some scientist-theologians suggest that miracles are not violations of the laws of nature but " exploration of a new regime of physical experience ".
Some adherents of monotheistic religions assert that miracles, if established, are evidence for the existence of an omnipotent, omniscient, and benevolent God.
Some major shrines considered most significant for their apparitions and miracles are listed in this section:
Some of the miracles recorded in the Qur ' an are:
# Some parts or genres of sīra, namely those dealing with miracles, are not fit as sources for scientific historiographical information about Muhammad, except for showing the beliefs and doctrines of his community.
Some women pray there in the belief that Esther can work miracles.
Some skeptics, such as the members of The Skeptics ' Guide to the Universe podcast, oppose certain cults and new religious movements because of their concern about what they consider false miracles performed or endorsed by the leadership of the group.
" Some sources further claim that miracles took place at Joan's tomb, but no cause for her beatification or canonization has ever been introduced.
Some miracles come in one-shot miracles, which come in bubbles.
Some mystics are said to have been able to perform miracles.
Some people from the area believe that Arthur Cripps performed miracles.
Some Cessationists, e. g., Warfield, argue that there has been no solid objective scientific reference of the working of miracles manifested within the mainstream church for the last nineteen centuries.
Some Catholic Charismatic communities conduct healing services, gospel power services, outreaches and evangelizations where the presence of the Holy Spirit is felt, and healings and miracles take place.
Some, but not all, reported miracles are accepted as such by religious authorities.

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