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Hate needs to be feared, schisms need to be feared, Torah has nothing to fear and Torah students have nothing to fear.
The incomparable Jewish scholar Daniel Boyarin also investigates the early Jewish-Christian conflicts and schisms on his recent book, Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004).
In England, the London Times repeated the phrase in capital letters the next day with the lead sentence, "The Episcopal Church in America descended into chaos last night after leading bishops on both the liberal and conservative wings disassociated themselves from a last-gasp effort to avert a schism with the worldwide Anglican communion.
Such controversy, he told The Advocate, is no longer likely to lead to a church schism.
Strife in the Sanctuary: Religious Schism in a Jewish Community.
The notion of schisms will probably remain Liska's greatest contribution, however.
Behold," continued Smotryc'kyj, writing to the Pope, "situated in the most remote appendage of the sinful world, born in the schism as out of necessity, having wallowed in it for fifty years out of ignorance, extracted from the pit of miseries by the rays of Your Holiness' benefices and compassion toward the Ruthenian Church, I am moved, my feet and hands bound, to throw myself in tears at the knees of Your Holiness and to kiss Your feet most humbly.
It was later, however, when the church had to deal with the period of schism in the 15th century--when there were two and sometimes three popes--that the issue of the authority of church councils became important.
Although consistent with his purpose, this is somewhat regrettable, for it presupposes a development of the papacy abstracted from its relationship to church councils, doctrinal divisions, and theological schisms.
By building product interoperability, NetIQ is working to bridge the schisms that typically exist between the network and systems sides of IT management for increased efficiency and better overall enterprise performance.
20), Basil drew a triple distinction between heresies, schisms, and illicit assemblies of rebellious clerics and laymen.
artisanal skills; local, regional, and national conventions; exceptional access to experiences of autonomy derived from privileges of power, and, more rarely, the violent courage to contest power), simultaneously deplorable and felicitous, may explain one of the schisms governing most of the practices on view in this Biennale, which hovers between the desire for a renewed validity of aesthetic convention and a fully conventionalized radicality of the anti-aesthetic.