Spong


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n.1.An irregular, narrow, projecting part of a field.
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Spong said, noting that in Brazil, where the outbreak was first documented, 80% of the infected pregnant women were asymptomatic during the pregnancy.
Spong urged the crowd to remain active in defense of the church-state wall, pointing out that separation of church and state is a product of the Enlightenment and that without it, religious prejudice assumes the status of law.
Spong and her colleagues found that, if treated with NAP and SAL in the womb, mice with the extra copy of chromosome 16, achieved developmental milestones earlier than did mice with an extra copy of chromosome 16 that had not been treated.
Although healthcare organizations are currently waiting for a confirmation of the go-live date of January 10, 2014, Spong says that regardless of the date, hospitals should be preparing for the switch to ICD-10.
READER Mr G Spong sent in this picture of Nuneaton RFC taken at Coundon Road in 1960 when they won 6-3 to complete a rare double against Coventry.
Bishop John Shelby Spong is a heretic ahead of his times.
Some of the criticisms of Spong seemed fair to me, but others seemed to miss his point.
Intense ecclesiastical debates over homosexuality, war, and feminism make theology unavoidable even for religious communities predisposed to avoid it, and authors Peter Gomes, John Shelby Spong, and Marcus Borg have reached very large audiences advocating a liberal religious outlook.
We agree with retired Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong, who notes that current and potential seminarians are to be punished not for anything they have done, but simply because of who they are.
Chapman and Spong acknowledge that religion plays a vital role in the process of reconciliation and forgiveness.
Anglican) maverick bishop John Shelby Spong holds forth on "Re-imaging God in a post-tsunami world.
Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong employs this methodology when he rhetorically asks, "Is Paul's commentary on homosexuality more absolute than some of his other antiquated, culturally conditioned ideas?