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55) Rather, what I shall try to indicate are the various ways in which Samkara sees his arguments against the Buddhists to be both scripturally based, yet appropriate to opponents who do not accept Vedic authority.
Andrew Smith notes that scripturally, "truth is characterized by both qualitative and quantitative aspects.
Apparently directed at devout but uncritical Protestants and Catholics who have swallowed a scripturally erroneous interpretation of Satan as dualistic Enemy, Satan: A Biography argues that the Satan figure remains an ambivalent adversary figure throughout the Christian Bible, from Job through Revelation.
The bishops said there was not enough time for delegates or the church to be educated or to "be in a position to determine whether the blessing of same-sex unions is scripturally sound and theologically consistent with core doctrine.
Instead of defining the spiritual in terms of the personal and moral, one might define the personal and moral in terms of the spiritual, fashioning a scripturally grounded theology of universal spirit and love.
and Mexican bishops encourage the scripturally based hermeneutic encounter with the Other: "Part of the process of conversion of mind and heart deals with confronting attitudes of cultural superiority, indifference, and racism; accepting migrants .
21), create an enduring and apparently scripturally mandated contrast between the dangers of the rural and the goodness of the city.
Despite the tremendous challenges, collaboration is possible, even between science-oriented environmentalists and scripturally centered religious traditions.
The message needs to be scripturally based, meaningful, challenging and, most of all, relevant to people's needs and concerns today.
Wherein it becomes apparent that God has not chosen to explain the nature of the world as something Scripturally based, although humanly interpreted and imposed, but rather as something open and free to human investigation.
In the original French, I feel, his ideas often seem less oracular and more nuanced than when they are rather scripturally quoted here.