pistic

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pistic

referring to or having a pure and genuine faith.
See also: Faith
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Another mother, a pistic soul, volunteered to help the diathermy specialist--I forget what itwas she called herself--demonstrate the procedure.
(Pistic is defined in Webster's Third as meaning "of, relatingto, or exhibiting faith.")
In economic exchange, in typical economic spheres of life (corporations, industry, markets, and so on), and in the economy in general, all aspects from the numerical to pistic play a role as well as the economic aspect.
Dooyeweerd based the idea of sphere sovereignty on the notion that the various modal aspects of reality--the juridical, pistic, biotic aspects etc--are irreducible.
The huge chunks of meat had been cooked in almond powder and pistic, an ingredient new to us, which we forgot to query.
* The pistic aspect concerns faith, commitment and vision of who we are and what is Divine.
(10) To the extent that doxa refers rather more to "opinion" than to the faith (Greek: pistis) one has in certain objects of belief, it may be useful to distinguish between doxastic and pistic states, the latter covered by the principle of credulity.
With a careful distinction between "theological criteriology" and "pistic criteriology" liberation theologies recognize the difference between criteria of truth for theology as a theoretical practice (i.e.
Luke's 'theology of the poor' perhaps explains his omission of Mark 14: 4-7; John 12: 5, 7-8 (and perhaps also the financial calculation in Mark 14: 5/John 12: 5);(71) the reference to 'pistic nard' may have been incomprehensible to an audience unfamiliar with the customs and products of Palestine, and perhaps to the evangelist himself.
Dooyeweerd's modal aspects include the physical-energetic, kinematic-motional, spatial, arithmetic, biotic, logical-analytical, cultural-historical, symbolic or linguistic, social, sensitive-formative, economic, aesthetic, juridical, moral, and pistic (Christian faith).
These were the arithmetic (numerical), spatial, kinematic, physical, biotic, sensitive (psychic), logical, historical (cultural), lingual, social, economic, aesthetic, juridical (political), ethical and pistic (credal).
Dooyeweerd proposed 15 modalities, in the following order: arithmetic, spatial, kinematic, physical, biotic, sensitive or psychic, logical, historical, lingual, social, economic, aesthetic, juridical, ethical and pistic; see Table 1 for an overview of these modalities.