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confessionally

(kənˈfɛʃənəlɪ)
adv
in a confessional manner
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laughs) Question: How can you guarantee the disassociation policy, not using Lebanon as a proxy for regional wars, when we know that Hezbollah and other political parties are historically, confessionally, financially, politically, and in the case of Hezbollah militarily, sponsored by these regional powers that are in high conflict?
Distance and scorn define the opening gambit--but by the end of the poem, the tellers of the tale, confessionally, have moved closer to their patient.
From this beginning the character of the work starts to become clear: the coverage is broad confessionally, geographically, and historically.
And very confessionally, tapping something deep inside a created
The Huthis control much of northern Yemen but have faced fierce resistance from armed tribes in mainly Sunni and confessionally mixed provinces south of the capital, sometimes in alliance with Al-Qaeda.
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 their final chapter, Pollack, Muller, and Pickel notice that in historically Catholic countries the commitment to the church is generally higher than in Protestant or in confessionally mixed countries.
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.
Second, exploring the notion of "catholicity" together, besides being an exercise in the rereception of an often misunderstood and confessionally claimed or rejected notion, which is of value in and of itself,25 has two aspects that are very closely related to the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace.
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.