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It states that evangelical Christians "differ in their beliefs about capital punishment, often citing strong biblical and theological reasons either for the just character of the death penalty in extreme cases or for the sacredness of all life.
The King called for exigency to exert internationally concerted, serious and expedite efforts and offices to stop it, exigency of the UN Security Council intervention to take all prompt measurements to stop violating the sacredness of Al-Aqsa Mosque, protect the Palestinian people and religious sanctuaries, awarding the Palestinian people its legitimate rights, asserting that such aggression, flagrantly, violates the holiness of religions and gives a hand to fan extremism and violence, in the entire world.
The violation of the sacredness of Haram al Sharif or holy sanctuary, and the assault against its guards and the worshippers are a violation of the feelings of all Arabs and Muslims and are designed to ignite further hostility", added the minister.
The First Amendment embodies the sacredness of individual conscience.
This presence provides an inner joy and peace as well as the desire to be a life giver through the thousands of ways love is expressed, a compassionate union with the sacredness of all life.
For the Minister of Culture, terrorism attacked March 18, "the sacredness of hospitality, integrity and security of the guests of Tunisia," she said.
Abu Sneineh said in a statement today that the decision is a violation of the sacredness of the Ibrahimi Mosque by the Israeli occupation and its settlers and would harm Muslims' feelings.
THE SACREDNESS OF HUMAN LIFE: WHY AN ANCIENT BIBLICAL VISION IS KEY TO THE WORLD'S FUTURE.
In his groundbreaking book, The Sacredness of Human Life: Why an Ancient Biblical Vision Is Key to the World's Future, Christian ethicist David P.
Perfectly appealing to youngsters from pre-reading level through early readers, this ebullient collection is filled with a happy faith in the goodness of God and the sacredness of life.
Those who carried out the act and those who instigated it acted openly against any deterrent of conscience or moral and without any consideration to the sacredness of this month.
The Archdiocese of Toronto will be re-issuing a policy on the use of its churches and chapels in light of a number of recent concerts held at some churches which were not in keeping with the sacredness of the structures.