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The first question is: How could Hannah consecrate a yet unborn male child as a Nazirite?
The crisis emanated because the first Archbishop of Sudan His Grace Elinana Ngalamu did not accept his retirement and went on to consecrate rival bishops in each Diocese.
The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, will be joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and more than 30 serving and retired bishops from Wales and other provinces of the Anglican Church to consecrate the new bishop.
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, on Sunday pressed for a moratorium as he called on church leaders not to consecrate any more gay bishops.
SB 1305 was widely seen as an under-the-radar attempt to give support to Episcopal churches that are unhappy with a decision by the national leadership of that denomination to consecrate an openly gay bishop.
But in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate - we cannot consecrate we cannot hallow - this ground.
But in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.
The landmark Woolworth Building will consecrate its top 27 stories as condominium apartments with -- the crowning glory -- a five-level penthouse constructed within its Gothic spire.
It would, in effect, consecrate the objectives and effects of the coup d'etat.
War memorials consecrate ideas, battlefields consecrate events, but this show consecrates the individuals," said D.
I will support the proposal to convert a share of the Tunisian debts into social-economic development projects to the Belgian government," he said, pointing out the need for Tunisia to preserve stability of the State and civil peace, and consecrate freedoms, in compliance with the provisions of the new Constitution.