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confessionally

(kənˈfɛʃənəlɪ)
adv
in a confessional manner
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At the same time, this is by no means a confessionally hesitant text.
Nine car bombs hit civilian targets in the majority-Shiite or confessionally mixed neighborhoods of the capital, killing 37 people.
The worst of Wednesday's violence struck the confessionally mixed north Baghdad neighborhood of Waziriyah, where a suicide bomber blew himself up at a mosque at around 6:40 p.
More than a dozen explosions -- most of them car bombs, but also at least two suicide attacks -- went off in predominantly Shiite areas of the Iraqi capital, as well as two confessionally mixed towns just to its south, security and medical officials said.
Subtitled Reinventing Christian Painting after the Reformation in Utrecht, it substantially modifies the conventional picture of this very talented Dutch artist (whose work Rubens--no less--described as 'above all that of all the other Utrecht artists'), strongly influenced by Caravaggio, with whom he may have been in direct contact while working in Rome, and who imported the latter's trademark chiaroscuro and emotionally charged subject matter to confessionally diverse Utrecht with both popular acclaim and commercial success.
Her debut book Confessionally Yours has just hit the market.
Reading confessionally and humbly and in the church as Augustine does, poetically dwelling in the obscurity, ambiguity, and authority of God's Word, serves as a constant reminder of the limitations of human knowledge and of the self's ontological position before God and within creation and history.
On the areas where there are particularly confessionally distinctive points of view, Protestant and Catholic--ecclesiology and Christology--the volume provides helpful parallel theological accounts.
Our country is deeply confessionally divided, and the Shiites voted for (Syrian President) Bashar Assad," reacting along sectarian lines, said Hamid Fadhel, a professor of politics at Baghdad University.
The Houthi militia has clashed repeatedly with tribes as they have advanced into confessionally mixed areas of central Yemen since overrunning the capital last September.
In considering such public responses, Kaufman is cautious about what Shakespeare could have known--as, for example, regarding Essex's fall, he notes, "The importance of all this for a politically and confessionally non-aligned playwright living in London at the time is hard to gauge" (37).
Kleinhans explores the question of how Lutherans might understand loving the neighbor through the lens of Luther, and provides insights about how a person can be simultaneously confessionally Lutheran, and open to the practices and theologies of those who do not share the commitments of the Lutheran expression of Christianity or Christian faith in general.