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Reese states, "The crucifixion is the logical consequence of the incarnation.
KUWAIT, Jan 4 (KUNA) -- Standing the test of time, the Qurain Cultural Festival proved itself as the premier cultural event in Kuwait which is entering its 21st incarnation this year.
His Holiness Karmapa Thaye Dorje, leader of the oldest reincarnate lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, announces today that he will identify the next incarnation of his fellow lineage holder, Shamar Rinpoche ('Shamarpa').
The album—which comes with a multi-frame lenticular cover to simulate a parody of the show's iconic intro—features one song per incarnation of The Doctor plus the title track.
Irigaray, incarnation and contemporary women's fiction.
It marks the return of David as the Time Lord's 10th incarnation and Billie Piper as his sidekick Rose.
THE Delhi High Court has come to the rescue of Lodro Chokyi Nyima, the fourth re- incarnation of Karmapa Jamgon Kongtrul, who has been asked by the Centre to go back to Tibet.
The Glasgow-born actor, whose appointment was shrouded in secrecy, was revealed as the 12th incarnation of the role on live television tonight.
Thank you so very much for supporting my incarnation of the Time Lord, number 11, who I might add is not done yet - I'm back for the 50th anniversary and the Christmas special," he said, "It's been an honour to play this part, to follow the legacy of brilliant actors, and helm the Tardis for a spell with 'the ginger, the nose and the impossible one'.
I've always considered that Jesus of Nazareth, although born into a particular culture in his incarnation, transcends any and every culture.
The authors clarify various positions, identify their strengths and limits, and suggest promising avenues for further thought and scholarship, all the while presenting the state of the debates surrounding the metaphysics of the incarnation in analytic or Anglo-American circles.
They are (1) the incarnation as eternal, (2) the particularity of Jesus' human experience, and (3) divine justice as necessarily retributive.