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Related to theol: theologically, theologist


1. theologian.
2. theological.
3. theology.
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theol. 18 is therefore highly misleading: "Everything which by its existence bestows a character on others itself primitively possesses that character which it communicates to the recipients." What Proclus actually says is, "Everything which by its existence provides to others, itself primitively is that [[phrase omitted]] which it communicates to the recipients" (El.
Theol. 107) College 444) Guy of Warwick (1) (1330) (MS Auchinleck) Osbern Bokenham, Lives of the saints (1447) (MS Arundel 327) Charles of Orleans, Poems (1450) (MS Harley 682) J.
When the question is to procure the steady unity of common action, all that is essential is that all should follow,--again, regardless of private preference,--the one practical judgment elicited by the power of the community (ordinare autem aliquid in bonum commune est vel totius multitudinis, vel alicujus gerentis vicem totius multitudinis, Sum Theol I-ll, 90.3); whether this power resides in the majority or in one person or in the majority of a definite minority is a particular issue which concerns the ways and modes of authority, not the principle of authority itself.
Rev J WILLIAMS BD Dip Theol, (Chair of Church Survey UK), The Vicarage, Clayhill Road, Leigh
Theol., Melbourne College of Divinity, 2005), 266-273.
More specially the aroma and flavor is imparted by theol, the etheral oil found in tea, the bitterness and astringency is due to the oxidation products of polyphenols, while theine (tea caffeine), an alkaloid with the same chemical structure as caffeine is responsible for the stimulating and refreshing qualities of the capped infusion.
work Source reference Theol./ commentary patristic/Hubmaier eccl.
Department of Surgery, Ngwelezane Provincial Hospital, KwaZulu-Natal M Proctor, MB ChB, MRCS N Carter, MB BS, MRCS, MSc P Barker, MB BS, MS, FRCS, FICS, Dip Theol
He graduated from Queen's University, Belfast with a BA (Hons.) in Psychology and later obtained a MA (Theol.) from Windsor University and a D.
Even though, say, 99 percent of an electorate is uninformed, democracy still can produce outcomes closer to those of a fully informed citizenry than to those of a totally ignorant one, according to this theol. The votes of the ignorant 99 percent will be randomly distributed among the electoral options, so the votes of the knowledgeable I percent will decide the matter, and the public interest will triumph.