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Some scholars point to a character from the Babylonian cuneiform which may have been derived from a representation of the abacus.
Some scholars favor the unhyphenated form antisemitism to avoid possible confusion involving whether the term refers specifically to Jews, or to Semitic-language speakers as a whole.
Some scholars have hypothesized an original Proto-Indo-European pantheon, with the chief male god ( Di -) represented by the sky and thunder, and the chief female god ( feminine form of Di -) represented as the earth or fertile soil.
Some scholars suggest that Arius may have been poisoned by his opponents.
Some scholars have speculated that members of the Alemannic elite such as king Gibuld due to Visigothic influence may have been converted to Arianism even in the later 5th century.
Some of the fragments quoted by ancient scholars were able to be integrated by scholars in the nineteenth century.
" Some scholars theorize that the " we " passages in Acts are just such " handed down " quotations from some earlier source who accompanied Paul on his travels.
Some scholars believe that the apologetic view of Luke ’ s work is overemphasized and that it should not be regarded as a “ major aim of the Lucan writings .” While Munck believes that purpose of Luke ’ s work is not that clear-cut and sympathizes with other claims, he believes that Luke ’ s work can function as an apology only in the sense that it “ presents a defense of Christianity and Paul ” and may serve to “ clarify the position of Christianity within Jewry and within the Roman Empire .” Pervo disagrees that Luke ’ s work is an apology and even that it could possibly be addressed to Rome because he believes that “ Luke and Acts speak to insiders, believers in Jesus .” Freedman believes that Luke is writing an apology but that his goal is “ not to defend the Christian movement as such but to defend God ’ s ways in history .”
Some scholars have struggled to determine if either of these two versions is closer to the original text composed by the original author.
Some scholars have objected to the language of the speeches as too Lukan in style to reflect anyone else's words.
Some scholars contend that the most ancient and genuine story told of only four sons of Aeolus: Sisyphus, Athamas, Cretheus, and Salmoneus, as the representatives of the four main branches of the Aeolic race.
Some scholars argue Plato drew upon memories of past events such as the Thera eruption or the Trojan War, while others insist that he took inspiration from contemporary events like the destruction of Helike in 373 BC or the failed Athenian invasion of Sicily in 415 – 413 BC.
Some scholars believe Clement of Rome cryptically referenced Atlantis in his First Epistle of Clement, 20: 8:
Some Nasheed singers avoid instruments in the background due to the opinion of certain scholars that their use is prohibited.
Some scholars see this war as destroying Arnulf's hopes at succeeding Charles.
Some scholars believe that the name and indeed the goddess herself was originally pre-Greek.
Some scholars see Adoptionist concepts in the Gospel of Mark and in the writings of the Apostle Paul.
Some scholars see Beowulf as a product of these early tales along with Gesta Danorum and Hrólfs saga kraka.
Some scholars have claimed that the vow formula of the Rule is best translated as " to live in this place as a monk, in obedience to its rule and abbot.
Some scholars have inferred that the minor judges were actual adjudicators, whereas the major judges were leaders and didn't actually make legal judgements.
Some modern scholars suggest the book of Esther to be a historical novella.
Some scholars have suggested that Amos ’ s reference to Edom is symbolic of all nations who were once enemies of Israel and not meant to literally mean Edomites in the flesh.
Some biblical scholars believe Jonah's prayer () to be a later addition to the story ( see source criticism for more information on how such conclusions are drawn ).

Some and believe
Some people believe she did.
Some have serenity of mind, the ability to accept what they have, and make the most of it ( a wonderful gift to have, believe me ) -- some see only darkness, the bitter side of everything.
Some linguists believe the case for either interpretation is about equally strong ; they have been called the " skeptics ".
Some sects, such as the Universalists, believe in universalism that all souls will ultimately be saved and that there are no torments of hell.
Some historians believe that Acts borrows phraseology and plot elements from Euripides ' play The Bacchae.
Some believe that Luke ’ s gospel can be seen to mirror the Jewish apologetic literature of the time which served to “ defend Jews against misunderstanding and persecution .” Acts is said to be a:
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 believe that this appeal “ thereby shows Christian ’ s of Luke ’ s day both that their predecessors were innocent before the state and that Paul had no political quarrel with Rome ” but rather with the Jews who were accusing him.
Some believe the revision in question was the work of a single reviser, who in his changes and additions expressed the local interpretation put upon Acts in his own time.
Some Latter-day Saints ( LDS or Mormons ) believe it to be the language of God.
Some Latter-day Saints believe that the Adamic language is the " pure language " spoken of by Zephaniah and that it will be restored as the universal language of humankind at the end of the world.
Some believe that ramipril's additional benefits may be shared by some or all drugs in the ACE inhibitor class.
Some scientists believe it has to do with a kind of neural map that the brain has of the body, which sends information to the rest of the brain about limbs regardless of their existence.
Some Swedish historians believe the name derives from the cripple secondary god Balder of Nordic mythology.
Some people even believe that this was the biblical event of Noah's flood, but despite their historical significance, the first spectacular images of these submarine channels were obtained in 1999 ( Di Iorio, et al., 1999 ) in the frame of a NATO SACLANT Undersea Research project using jointly the NATO RV Alliance, and the Turkish Navy survey ship Çubuklu.
Some etymologists believe it comes from a dialectal pronunciation of the Portuguese " bandore " or from an early anglicisation of the Spanish word " bandurria ", though other research suggests that it may come from a West African term for a bamboo stick formerly used for the instrument's neck.
Some believe the Big Bang implies a creator,
Some believe that after the collapse of the Soviet Union, cultures of smallpox have become available in other countries.
Some scholars believe that much of the material does not date from the days of King Josiah ( ca.

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