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Flowers held on to her faith in God and never stopped believing in herself.
Those include saying their faith is very important in their life today; believing they have a personal responsibility to share their religious beliefs about Christ with non-Christians; believing that Satan exists; believing that eternal salvation is possible only through grace, not works; believing that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth; asserting that the Bible is accurate in all that it teaches; and describing God as the all-knowing, all-powerful, perfect deity who created the universe and still rules it today.
Results were non-significant between males viewing both photographs with five out of 14 males believing W was in special-education and five out of 16 girls believing the same.
All I want to do here is show how I've made my way, trying to evaluate evidence in ways that help me assess the consequences of believing in some stories instead of others.
Now, in my maturity, I have seen (in a foreign Catholic university that also employs lay teaching staff, requiring of them no more than a manifestation of formal respect during religious-academic rituals) some of my colleagues take the sacraments without their believing in the Real Presence, and therefore without their having taken confession beforehand.
Walker's documentary quietly sidles up and cajoles you into believing the little people are checking you out when you trundle past their secret bushes.
Believing that Christians, or more specifically churches, had a divine mandate to care for orphans, Baptists in the South demonstrated a remarkable willingness to assume the burden.