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Thus and Baptist
Thus `` America '', the most widely sung of the patriotic songs, was written by a New England Baptist clergyman, Samuel Francis Smith ( 1808-1895 ), while a student in Andover Theological Seminary.
Thus began a sojourn for the reformers among the Baptists within the Redstone Baptist Association ( 1815 – 1824 ).
Thus was constituted a church which still survives as the First Baptist Church in America.
Thus, the " Arab plan ", with court and hypostyle prayer hall, truly became a functional type with the construction of the Umayyad Mosque, or the Great Mosque of Damascus ( completed in 715 by caliph Al-Walid I ) on top of the ancient temple of Jupiter and in place of the basilica of St. John the Baptist, the most sacred site in the city.
Thus, members from other churches, even other Baptist churches, will be excluded from participating in the communion service.
Thus, in 1829, Smith and his associate claimed that the Aaronic Priesthood was given to him by John the Baptist, who was thought to have authority through the lineage of his father Zacharias, who was an Aaronic priest.
Thus John the Baptist is presenting himself as very lowly indeed.
Thus, Moses commission was to bring the law and that did not end with the death of Moses but with the death of John the Baptist.
Thus this earliest Welsh Baptist church stood in the Particular Baptist tradition.

Thus and churches
Thus the only member churches of the present Anglican Communion existing by the mid-18th century were the Church of England, its closely linked sister church, the Church of Ireland ( which also separated from Roman Catholicism under Henry VIII ) and the Scottish Episcopal Church which for parts of the 17th and 18th centuries was partially underground ( it was suspected of Jacobite sympathies ).
Thus, in time, the bishop changed from being the leader of a single church confined to an urban area to being the leader of the churches of a given geographical area.
Thus, churches actually had money-changing tables at which each coin would be examined separately and a token of actual worth given to the layperson so that he or she could be seen by the other parishioners as putting money in the basket during that part of the service.
Thus the learned and upper class religious churches who preach the theodicy of fortune, ultimately support capitalism and corporation, while the churches who adopted the theodicy of misfortune, instead preached equality and fairness.
Thus the names distinguish the churches of those large villages which had more than one.
Thus some religious institutes – especially of nuns who are subject to " Papal Enclosure " – strictly isolate their members from the outside world, of which the " grilles " in their parlours and churches are tangible evidence.
Thus, confusion arises in practice and that designation raises the ire of some other Christian churches.
Thus proto-Protestants doubted papal authority, and substituted alternative methods of governance in their new ( but still recognizably similar ) churches.
Thus instead of a united expression of the Catholic Church in England there were now two churches.
Thus, according to the Cutlerites, whereas the church can never exist without the priesthood ( a belief held by practically all other Latter Day Saint churches ), the priesthood can exist on earth without the church ( a uniquely Cutlerite belief ), as it did between 1829 and 1830.
Thus in 1651, when he published the first printed edition of the works of George Acropolites, the 13th century emissary of the Byzantine Emperor who acknowledged the supremacy of the Roman pontiff and thus had become something of a celebrity, at least in the West, the Latin essay that formed the preface to this volume, De Georgiis eorumque Scriptis gained fame itself as a learned plea for the commonalities between the two churches.
Thus the Pope was intervening in the matters of Imperial authority as well as the other churches of the East and their own internal councils and authorities, which they understood to be outside the Pope's own jurisdiction of Rome.
Thus, the 1905 French law on the separation of Church and State removed the special status of the four state religions ( although by the Briand-Ceretti Agreement the state subsequently regained a role in the procedure for nominating bishops ), except in Alsace-Lorraine, at the time part of Germany, but left to them the use without fee of the churches that they used prior to 1905.
Thus, newer research on the stave churches suggests that Christianity was introduced into Norway much earlier than was previously assumed.
Thus the " enemy " of revivalism was understood to be the established churches, especially those that embraced and taught strict Calvinism.
Thus, he and others arrived at the notion that their churches should simply bear the name of " Christian.
Thus from AD 451 the Armenian church became separate from the other Christian churches in Jerusalem, a fact that would have major ramifications in the ensuing struggle with fellow Christians during the Crusader and Ottoman periods.
Thus it was that the Catholic Church gave Petre his greatest opportunities of proving his worth as an architect by producing Cathedrals, Basilicas and churches in revived French and Italian styles.
Thus, the hymn or the cantata are commonly performed in churches on that Sunday.
Thus we see here a dramatic call by a prophet-like Wei, himself directly commissioned by God, to purify and restore to pristine truth all of China's Christian churches.
Thus, the first five churches to join were:

Thus and on
Thus, on the highroad, a troop of soldiers `` marched in their own dust and sang '', while on the footpath one man walks alone.
Thus in both types attention is focused on the community itself, and its phenomenological life.
Thus, there is an added incentive to stay on the job.
Thus, an enemy would probably use this weapon for attack on static population centers such as large cities.
Thus, the client receives enough ego support to engage in constructive efforts on his own behalf.
Thus it is reasonable to believe that there is a significant difference between the two groups in their performance on this task after a brief `` structuring '' experience.
Thus he may be referring to some concrete thing, or incident, in his immediate environment by some symbolic-sounding, hyperbolic reference to transcendental events on the global scene.
Thus in a context in which there has been discussion of snow but mention of local conditions is new, dominant stress will probably be on here in it rarely snows here, but in a context in which there has been discussion of local weather but no mention of snow, dominant stress will probably be on snows.
Thus in it's incredible what that boy can eat dominant stress is likely to be on incredible, and eat will have strong stress also.
Thus in Mary wrote an account of the trip first strong stress on Mary marks Mary as the first in a series of people who wrote accounts of the trip, strong stress on wrote marks the writing as the first of a series of actions of Mary's concerned with an account of her trip ( about which she may later have made speeches, for example ), and strong stress on trip makes the trip the first of a series of subjects about which Mary wrote accounts.
Thus, in the example cited above Fromm rests his whole case on the premise that the workers are being deprived unconsciously, unknowingly, of fulfillment, and then supports this with survey data reporting conscious, experienced frustrations.
Thus, when specifically permitted, the operand of a given line on the Autocoder coding sheet may be continued in the operand of from one to four additional lines which immediately follow.
Thus, when Dartmouth's Winter Carnival -- widely recognized as the greatest, wildest, roaringest college weekend anywhere, any time -- was broadcast over a national television hookup, Prexy John Sloan Dickey appeared on the screen in rugged winter garb, topped off by a tam-o'-shanter which he confessed had been acquired from a Smith girl.
Thus, moral issues concerning the nature of the legal and political processes take on theological dimensions.
Thus, the emperor could draw on sources not available to those with less puissant ancestors.
Thus there was really an excess of eighteenth-century charm as one of these light-weight pieces followed another on Saturday night.
Thus, giving grades and promotions based only on an individual's performance relative to a small local group, as is common, may reduce cooperative behaviors in the group.
Thus military expeditions employ anthropologists to discern strategic cultural footholds ; marketing professionals employ anthropology to determine propitious placement of advertising ; and humanitarian agencies depend on anthropological insights as means to fight poverty.
Thus, a Rabbi, a Catholic priest, and an agnostic might agree that, in this particular case, the best approach is to withhold extraordinary medical care, while disagreeing on the reasons that support their individual positions.
Thus agrarianism is not industrial farming, with its specialization on products and industrial scale.

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