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Religion And Politics

  1. Religion and Politics is a thorny issue.
  2. Religion and politics is a hot topic these days.
  3. Religion and Politics is a peer-reviewed undergraduate electronic journal featuring writing on the intersection of faith and public life.
  4. Religion and Politics is a coordinate major between the Departments of Government and Law and Religion.

Christian Anarchism

  1. Christian anarchism is a synthesis of anarchist theory with Christian theology.
  2. Christian anarchism is any of several traditions which combine anarchism with Christianity. (Web site)
  3. Christian anarchism is the belief that the only source of authority is God, embodied in the teachings of Jesus. (Web site)
  4. Christian anarchism: the rejection of all authority and power other than God, including the organized church. (Web site)

Christian Communism

  1. Christian Communism is a theological and political historical theory that is based upon chapter 2 and versus 44 and 45 of New Testament Bible Book of Acts. (Web site)
  2. Christian Communism is a form of religious communism centered around Christianity .
  3. Christian communism is the common ownership of the means of production.

Christian Democracy

  1. Christian Democracy is a diverse political ideology and movement.
  2. Christian Democracy is a heterogeneous political ideology and movement.
  3. Christian Democracy is a political philosophy that would be counted as communitarian on this axis, but is not totalitarian or undemocratic. (Web site)
  4. Christian Democracy is a reaction to the classical liberalism and socialism that came of age in late 19th century Europe.
  5. Christian Democracy is a reaction to the classical liberalism and socialism that came of age in late nineteenth-century Europe.

Christian Right

  1. The Christian Right is a broad label applied to a number of political and religious movements with particularly conservative and right wing views.
  2. The Christian Right is a movement that has been difficult to define due to the heterogeneity of the movement.
  3. The Christian Right is a series of groups that compose both a social movement and a political movement.
  4. The Christian right are more politics than religion. (Web site)
  5. The Christian right is a "deeply anti-democratic movement" that gains force by exploiting Americans' fears, argues Chris Hedges.


  1. A cross is a Christian symbol.
  2. The cross is part of a war memorial honoring the men and women who gave their lives to defend our freedoms as a nation.
  3. The cross is the culmination of the work that God foretold in HIS proclamations in what we call the bible.
  4. The cross is to the Socialist as is to a vampire, it is anathema and must be destroyed.


  1. Deism is a religious philosophy and movement that derives the existence and nature of God from reason and personal experience.
  2. Deism is a sub-category of theism, in that both entail belief in a deity.
  3. Deism was the religion of the age of Enlightenment.

Freedom of Religion

  1. Freedom of religion is a constitutional right, as reflected by the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen.
  2. Freedom of religion is a cornerstone of society. (Web site)
  3. Freedom of religion is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution.
  4. Freedom of religion is a guarantee by a government for freedom of belief for individuals and freedom of worship for individuals and groups.
  5. Freedom of religion is a modern legal concept of being free as a matter of right, while freedom of worship is based upon the free expression of that right.

Intelligent Design Movement

  1. The Intelligent Design movement is a live issue in our culture today, but the conversation addressing the issue seems to be growing more contentious.
  2. The Intelligent Design Movement is a political movement designed to weaken Darwinism, especially in the U.S. and especially as taught in the schools.
  3. The Intelligent Design movement is a recent scientific approach to the discussion of the origins of the universe and life.
  4. The intelligent design movement is a direct outgrowth of the creationism of the 1980s.
  5. The intelligent design movement is a kind of stealth creationism , creationism by another name.


  1. Islamism is a political ideology derived from the conservative religious views of Muslim fundamentalism.
  2. Islamism is a political ideology grounded in religious doctrine.
  3. Islamism is a controversial term and definitions of it vary. (Web site)
  4. Islamism is a global threat, akin to Fascism, Nazism, Stalinism, and Communism.
  5. Islamism is a political orientation based on a specific conservative religious view of Muslim fundamentalism.

Liberation Theology

  1. Liberation theology is a phenomenon with an extraordinary number of layers.
  2. Liberation theology is a plea for costly discipleship and a reminder that follow Jesus has practical social and political consequences. (Web site)
  3. Liberation theology is a reactive attempt to bring religion in a practical aspect of life in social and political directions. (Web site)
  4. Liberation theology is a school of Roman Catholic thought that emerged in the late 1960s in Latin America.
  5. Liberation theology is a school of Roman Catholic thought which teaches that a primary duty of the church must be to promote social and economic justice.


  1. Science is a God-given activity. (Web site)
  2. Science is an ongoing process, with new evidence accepted and weighed constantly. (Web site)
  3. Science is based upon verifiable evidence.
  4. Science is the first sin, seed of all sin, the original sin.


  1. Scientists are using their God-given minds and God-given creativity to explore and utilise God-given nature. (Web site)
  2. Scientists are beginning to realize that design can be rigorously formulated as a scientific theory. (Web site)
  3. Scientists are bound by existing facts while the opponents are not constrained by sticking to the verifiable evidence and data. (Web site)
  4. Scientists are now in a position to demonstrate this rigorously. (Web site)


  1. Secularism is an attitude that takes away the public sphere from the rightful influence of religious belief. (Web site)
  2. For other forms of being secular, and perspective on the terminology underlying the word "secularism", see secularity.
  3. Secularism is a cherished ideal in India and is founded in the country's philosophical traditions and eclectic culture.
  4. Secularism is a huge issue in the Muslim world.
  5. Secularism is an essential component of a secular humanist social and political ideology.

Separation of Church And State

  1. Separation of church and state is the political and legal idea that government and religion should be separate, and not interfere in each other's affairs.
  2. Separation of Church and State is a notion related to, but separate from, freedom of religion .
  3. Separation of church and state was fundamental in making us a great nation, so let-s keep religious dogma out of national policy.
  4. Separation of church and state were urged with 'give back to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's' (Matt.
  5. The separation of Church and State was central to the framing of the Constitution in fact, a document that is purely secular. (Web site)


  1. Theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler. (Web site)
  2. Theocracy is a form of government. (Web site)
  3. Theocracy is a danger no matter what religion it's founded in.
  4. Theocracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.


  1. The term "Theonomy" has been used to describe various views which see the God revealed in the Bible as the sole source of human ethics. (Web site)
  2. The word "theonomy" derives from the Greek words ---theos--- God, and ---nomos--- law. (Web site)
  3. Theonomy is a doctrinal issue that stands on its own and is dealt with by all systems of theology.
  4. Theonomy is a fringe issue, not taken seriously except by a few kooks.

About-Picard Law

  1. The initial draft of the About-Picard law included the criminalization of "mental manipulation".
  2. The About-Picard law does not mention religion, it does not define what a sect or cult is, and it does not mention any particular group.
  3. The About-Picard law has only been applied in one case since its adoption: that of Arnaud Mussy, leader of the tiny N--o-Phare (New Lighthouse ) cult.

Act of Supremacy

  1. The Act of Supremacy The name "Act of Supremacy" is given to two separate acts of the English Parliament, one passed in 1534 and the other in 1559. (Web site)
  2. The act of supremacy was revived, and all officials and clergymen were to take the oath or be dismissed. (Web site)
  3. The name "Act of Supremacy" is given to two separate acts of the English Parliament, one passed in 1534 and the other in 1559.

Act of Uniformity

  1. The act of uniformity was also re-introduced; i.e. (Web site)

Ali Sina

  1. Ali Sina is a cofounder .
  2. Ali Sina is a rabid anti-Islamic zealot.
  3. Ali Sina is the Iranian ex-Muslim behind the website
  4. Ali Sina is the pseudonym an Iranian Canadian Secular - Humanist ex- Muslim, who founded the website

Anglican Communion

  1. The Anglican Communion is a loose confederation of national Churches with a supposedly common faith.
  2. The Anglican Communion is a world-wide organisation of Anglican Churches. (Web site)
  3. The Anglican Communion is the worldwide community of national churches with historical ties to the Church of England.


  1. Antidisestablishmentarianism is a political philosophy that is opposed to the separation of church and state.
  2. Antidisestablishmentarianism is a quite a difficult word to read, spell or pronounce.


  1. The Arab is the master of the blacks.
  2. The Arab is the true master of the African.


  1. Argentina is a Christian country. (Web site)
  2. Argentina is a South American country, constituted as a federation of twenty-four provinces and an autonomous city.
  3. Argentina is a South American country, constituted as a federation of twenty-three provinces and an autonomous city.
  4. Argentina is a Spanish-speaking country in southern South America , situated between the Andes in the west and the southern Atlantic Ocean in the east.
  5. Argentina is a clear example for this process.


  1. The article is based on a paper published in the scientific literature in 2000. (Web site)
  2. The article was condemned.

Atheist Left

  1. Finally, it should be noted that the term "atheist left" does not carry any radical connotations.
  2. The atheist left is an intersection between atheist beliefs about religion and left-wing political views.


  1. Belief is a defect of mind, a physically identifiable problem.
  2. Belief is an obsolete Aristotelian category.
  3. Belief is the psychological state in which an individual is convinced of the truth or validity of a proposition or premise (argument).


  1. Bishops are consecrated only upon first being appointed; further consecrations do not occur upon translation to another see.
  2. Bishops were also criticized, albeit implicitly, for their technical skills in relation to religious sources.
  3. The bishops were excommunicated.

Black Theology

  1. Black Theology is a theology of black liberation.
  2. Black Theology was particularly influential in South Africa and Namibia in motiviting resistance to apartheid. (Web site)
  3. Black theology is a Christian theology of liberation. (Web site)
  4. Black theology is a form of liberation theology.
  5. Black theology is a hermeneutical principle for exegeting Scripture.

Blaine Amendment

  1. The Blaine Amendment is a relevant topic for discussion to law students and Pepperdine students.


  1. Bolivia is a landlocked nation; it lost its connection to the Pacific coast in the War of the Pacific in 1879.
  2. Bolivia is one of the least developed countries in South America. (Web site)
  3. Bolivia is the poorest country in South America. (Web site)


  1. Britain is a predominantly Christian country with two established, i.e.
  2. Britain was first brought under Roman rule during the reign of the Emperor Claudius.

Buenos Aires

  1. Buenos Aires is one of the great capitals of theater.
  2. Buenos Aires is one of the largest cities in the world; a megalopolis with over eleven million inhabitants in both the city and its surroundings. (Web site)
  3. Buenos Aires is the capital and the largest city. (Web site)
  4. Buenos Aires is the country's capital and largest city. (Web site)
  5. Buenos Aires is the largest metropolitan area at 13.1 million and Santiago, Chile has 6.4 million. (Web site)


  1. Catholics are also especially likely to say their priests address the issues of stem cell research (38%) and immigration (31%).
  2. Catholics are among the most loyal and virile brothers evangelicals can find these days" ( Christianity Today, May 17, 1985).
  3. Catholics are divided (39% favorable vs.
  4. Catholics were now on the same footing as Protestants except for a few restrictions, most of which were later removed.
  5. The Catholics are clearly swimming upstream on this.

Catholic Emancipation

  1. Catholic Emancipation is a term applied to the process by which Roman Catholics in the British Isles were relieved in the late 18th and early 19th cent.
  2. Catholic Emancipation was the first step because it already had support in the House of Commons. (Web site)

Charles Ii

  1. Charles II was interested in science so in 1662 he gave them a royal charter. (Web site)
  2. Charles II was not particularly religious but as far as he had any religion he secretly leaned to Roman Catholicism. (Web site)
  3. Charles II was restored as King of England in 1660. (Web site)
  4. Charles II was strongly opposed. (Web site)
  5. Charles II was the dominant royal figure in England, Scotland, and Ireland for most of the late seventeenth century. (Web site)

Christian Amendment

  1. The Christian amendment never succeeded in obtaining the approval of Congress of any of the states.
  2. The phrase Christian amendment refers to any of several attempts to insert Christian ideas and language into the United States Constitution.

Christian Socialism

  1. Christian Socialism is a contradiction in terms.
  2. Christian socialism is a contradiction in terms.--- ---Pope Pius XI. John Cort has taken on a vexed and intricate topic: the politics of Christianity.


  1. Churches are called to remind Christians everywhere that their love of God must come before love of country.
  2. Churches are no more than voluntary associations without any right to use force within a legitimate political order based on the consent of the governed. (Web site)

Civil Religion

  1. Civil religion is a nearly simultaneous outgrowth and synthesis of secularism and the ideology of nationalism.
  2. Civil religion is a cosmopolitan faith that is unifying, tolerant, and provides a banner under which all of us can pray. (Web site)
  3. Civil religion is a name given by sociologists of religion to the folk religion of a nation or a political culture. (Web site)
  4. Civil religion is a tricky concept. (Web site)

Clerical Fascism

  1. Clerical fascism is a common term.
  2. Clerical fascism is a second major component, also connected to an element of traditional fascism.
  3. Clerical fascism is an ideological construct that combines the political and economic doctrines of fascism with theology or religious tradition. (Web site)
  4. Clerical fascism is the least studied form of fascism. (Web site)


  1. Communists are seeking to destroy our country.
  2. The communists were simply more vigorous in trying to evict the money-changers from the temple.


  1. A concordat is a treaty with the Pope. (Web site)
  2. The Concordat is a voluntary agreement between bodies that regulate, audit, inspect or review elements of health and healthcare in England.
  3. The Concordat is a voluntary agreement between organisations that regulate, audit, inspect or review elements of health and healthcare in England.
  4. The Concordat is a voluntary code and does not affect the statutory remit of individual signatories.
  5. The Concordat is a welcome opportunity to work in a more coordinated fashion with the signatory bodies under the leadership of the Healthcare Commission.


  1. Cone was extremely militant for example in saying Jesus was black.
  2. Cone was tired of theology only being looked at from an Anglo perspective.
  3. Cone: The vagueness of the terms -black- and -white- is intentional and I think necessary. (Web site)


  1. A constitution was adopted (1853) based on the principles enunciated by Juan Bautista Alberdi. (Web site)
  2. The Constitution is a written instrument.
  3. The Constitution was a document hammered out by representatives from the states themselves, and had to be ratified by the states.
  4. The Constitution was adopted on April the 28th, 1788, by a vote of sixty-three to eleven.
  5. The Constitution was remarkable, but flawed.

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