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Some religious communities regard sin as a crime ; some may even highlight the crime of sin very early in legendary or mythological accounts of origins — note the tale of Adam and Eve and the theory of original sin.
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Some religious groups, such as the Association of Christian Schools International, opposed the ADA in its original form.
Some scholars believe that the picture of Jerusalem which Zephaniah gives indicates that he was active prior to the religious reforms of King Josiah which are described in 2 Kings 23.
Some see the criminalization of " victimless crimes " as a pretext for imposing personal, religious or moral convictions on otherwise productive citizens or taxpayers.
Some religious leaders in traditional creedal Churches have also come to question the utility of creeds.
Some examples are the American's Creed and the Social Creed adopted by the Methodist Church ( which contains both religious and social beliefs ).
Some religious denominations believe that the passages that directly or indirectly refer to homosexuality condemn it or its practice, while others have disputed their interpretations.
Although noting in the introduction to ' The Protestors ' that ' Some recorded herein perhaps did not have " all the truth " — so the writer has been reminded ', Eyre nevertheless claimed that the purpose of the work was to ' tell how a number of little-known individuals, groups and religious communities strove to preserve or revive the original Christianity of apostolic times ', and that ' In faith and outlook they were far closer to the early springing shoots of first century Christianity and the penetrating spiritual challenge of Jesus himself than much that has passed for the religion of the Nazarene in the last nineteen centuries '.
Some Jewish personnel avoided flying over German lines during WWII with ID tags that indicated their religion, and some Jewish personnel avoid the religious designation today out of concern that they could be captured by extremists who are anti-semitic.
Some scholars have suggested that some ancient and religious texts bear similarities to what would later be called detective fiction.
Some of the gadgets ( dōgu ) are based on real Japanese household devices with fanciful twists, but most are completely science fiction ( although some may be based on folklore or religious stories ).
Some scholars have contended that the issue was a religious issue, between the Muslim lowland population desiring independence while the highland Christian population sought a union with Ethiopia.
Some libertarians in the U. S. object to vouchers on the grounds that granting government money, even indirectly, to private and religious schools will inevitably lead to increased governmental control over non-government education, and possibly over the teachings of the sponsoring religious group ( most often a church ).
Some Progressive Christian congregations offer communion to any individual who wishes to commemorate the life and teachings of Christ, regardless of religious affiliation.
Some people have opposed feminism on the grounds that they believe it is contrary to traditional values or religious beliefs.
Some fatwās have drawn a great deal of attention in Western media, giving rise to the term fatwā being used loosely for statements by non-Muslims that advocate an extreme religious or political position, and loosely or as slang for other sorts of decrees, for example:
Some of the goals of feminist theology include increasing the role of women among the clergy and religious authorities, reinterpreting male-dominated imagery and language about God, determining women's place in relation to career and motherhood, and studying images of women in the religion's sacred texts and matriarchal religion.
Some Muslim religious organizations cite this work in support of the Islamic view of Jesus ; in particular, the Islamic apologists Rashid Rida in Egypt and Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi in Pakistan gave it qualified acceptance.
Some people called Rasputin the " Mad Monk ", while others considered him a " strannik " ( or religious pilgrim ) and even a starets (, " elder ", a title usually reserved for monk-confessors ), believing him to be a psychic and faith healer.
Some dietary or religious customs forbid the use of gelatin from certain animal sources, and medical issues may limit or prevent its consumption by certain people.
Some of the reforms that were actually put in place, such as the abolition of the traditional Muslim veil for women and the opening of a number of co-educational schools, quickly alienated many tribal and religious leaders.
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Some commentators thought that this tour hoped to reach out to rugby communities in Australia, as rugby league ( infamously ) started in Australia in 1908.
Some communities have developed their own " Local Exchange Trading Systems " ( LETS ) and local currencies, such as the Ithaca Hours system, to encourage economic growth and an enhanced sense of community.
Some of the first British-sanctioned settlers to the island following the Seven Years ' War were Irish, although upon settlement, they merged with local French communities to form a culture rich in both music and tradition.
Some virtual communities explicitly refer to the concept of cyberspace, for example Linden Lab calling their customers " Residents " of Second Life, while all such communities can be positioned " in cyberspace " for explanatory and comparative purposes ( as did Sterling in The Hacker Crackdown, followed by many journalists ), integrating the metaphor into a wider cyber-culture.
Some chaparral plant communities may grow so dense and tall that it becomes difficult for large animals and humans to penetrate, but may be teeming with smaller fauna in the understory.
Some models and empirical studies, however, suggest that disturbances can stabilize the coevolution and shared niche occupancy of similar species inhabiting species-rich communities.
Some Protestant communities including most Lutheran churches practice closed communion and require catechetical instruction for all people before receiving the Eucharist.
Some of the Syriac terms that Ephrem used to describe his community were later used to describe monastic communities, but the assertion that he was monk is anachronistic.
Some newspapers carry " gossip columns " which detail the social and personal lives of celebrities or of élite members of certain communities.
Some differences in Halakha itself are found among Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, Sephardi, and Yemenite Jews, which are reflective of the historic and geographic diversity of various Jewish communities within the Diaspora.
Some communities prefer to create virtual insurance amongst themselves by other means than contractual risk transfer, which assigns explicit numerical values to risk.
Some Christians believe insurance represents a lack of faith and there is a long history of resistance to commercial insurance in Anabaptist communities ( Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites, Brethren in Christ ) but many participate in community-based self-insurance programs that spread risk within their communities.
Some consider the current existing anarchist nature of communities in Argentina and the Zapatista councils in Mexico to be anarcho-communist.
Some of the more notable communities exist in the South Korea, the United States, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.
Some Oromo writers believe that the Oromo Ras Gobena and the Amhara Menelik II were the first two people in Ethiopia with the concept of national boundary that brought various different ethno-linguistic communities under a politically and militarily centralized rule.
Some researchers have explored the benefits of enabling virtual communities to self-organize and introduce incentives for resource sharing and cooperation, arguing that the social aspect missing from today's P2P systems should be seen both as a goal and a means for self-organized virtual communities to be built and fostered.