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Oxford Group

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(Alternative Belief Systems) an early name for Moral Rearmament
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Advocates of radical revolution thrust themselves forward in large numbers, while cultured and thoughtful men, including the Oxford group, indulged the too ideal hope of a gradual and peaceful reform.
A member of the Oxford group in its second generation, a close friend of Erasmus, his house a center of humanism, he became even more conspicuous in public life.
After the mishaps of this exclusive Oxford group at its last dinner, the president has promised its ex-members not to bring the club back into public disrepute.
To this end, the Oxford group synthesized a precursor to cyclo[18]carbon that is a ring of 18 carbon atoms.
As for what inspired him to become a priest, Cowan said in part he was influenced by the Oxford Group (a Christian fellowhip founded by the American Christian missionary Frank Buchman) that called on people to surrender their life to God's plan through personal conversion.
The founders of AA began their journey to recovery in Christian house churches of the Oxford Group meetings.
As for sharing as therapy--think "sharing your feelings"--John provides a partial genealogy of contemporary social media by tracing therapeutic practices back to the Oxford Group, an early 20th-century Christian organization in which members confessed their sins to one another.
Which Oxford group released an album entitled In It For The Money in 1997?
Because of the shortage of penicillin supplies coming from the United States, the Oxford group still had to produce most of the penicillin they tested and used.
The selection criteria were as follow: (1) The criteria proposed by the Oxford group; [sup][5] (2) American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) grade (the ASA physical status) of 3 or below; (3) Age ≤75 years.
In 1936 he converted to the Oxford Group of moral rearmament, of which he became a devoted follower.

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