spiritual rebirth


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Noun1.spiritual rebirth - a spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life
redemption, salvation - (theology) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil
proselytism - the state of being a proselyte; spiritual rebirth resulting from the zeal of crusading advocacy of the gospel
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Because we have all "sinned and fallen short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23), we are all in need of spiritual rebirth, without which we will continue in our sinful state throughout eternity.
Women cut off a small lock of hair in a sign of spiritual rebirth and renewal.
Each photograph showed Sophie - Newcomer of the Year at The Journal Culture Awards 2010 - in a shamanistic persona in a location connected to her place of birth and spiritual rebirth.
Coventry Cathedral is one of the most important monuments in the world for reconciliation, love and spiritual rebirth.
Otto Liebmann thus ushered in a spiritual rebirth of Kantianism, reestablishing philosophy as a sober epistemological reflection on empirical science.
As an innovative and inclusive college, the Benilde community benefits from this project by finding relevance in this medieval masterpiece as a way of understanding personal struggles and yearnings for spiritual rebirth amid the urban blight and congestion and the seduction of consumerism.
In Chapter 7, Pype discusses the way in which teleserials venture into the realm of politics, opening a space for young people to challenge gerontocracy and the state, and allowing them to weave their personal stories of spiritual rebirth into the melodrama's plots.
Dream Fields," a spanking new composition featured on "Axis 3" (which features mostly rerecorded versions of Jon Butcher Axis' classics), was a solid, soul-searching rocker with chimey guitars and tales of spiritual rebirth and Armageddon being just around the corner.
By all accounts, a young Filipino singer-actress dubbed "the future leading lady" was on her way to stardom before she had a spiritual rebirth.
In addition to his physical renewal, Jacques, who had been raised Catholic, mentioned he had also undergone a spiritual rebirth and had developed a daily practice involving kneeling on the ground in meditation.
She is quick to identify the Moravians as instigators and central figures in the age of evangelical awakening, apostles of a heartfelt gospel of spiritual rebirth who were much better known in the eighteenth century than today.
Yet, despite these enormous human problems, for those of us in temperate climates, spring symbolically signals psychological and spiritual rebirth in conjunction with rebirth in the natural world.