Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He discovered on his own account how serious a threat history was to Protestantism because of its biblical fundamentalism.
Let me now go on from this point to comment on the so-called death of biblical fundamentalism.
This theme underlies the tension between geological records and biblical fundamentalism.
One alternative approach Cardinal Ratzinger firmly rejected was biblical fundamentalism.
He argues against its literal infallibility and that fundamentalism over the book is "just as untenable as Biblical fundamentalism."
Under its fiery leader, David Berg, the Children of God preached Biblical fundamentalism with a strong appeal to repent before doomsday.
Biblical literalism (also called Biblicism or Biblical fundamentalism) is the interpretation or translation of the explicit and primary sense of words in the Bible.
In fact, Crapanzano's juxtaposition of the rise of biblical fundamentalism in religion and of strict constructionism in constitutional practice is striking, and could hardly be more timely.
I sympathize with M.B.'s village-atheist indignation, but I don't think anyone will mistake Obama's gesture for an endorsement of young-earth creationism or Biblical fundamentalism.
But one problem is that scientific activity presumes that the material world is organized according to unchanging laws, while biblical fundamentalism presumes that those laws are themselves subject to disruption and miracle.
The Vatican's chief keeper of the faith raised some sharp questions Wednesday and yesterday about modern methods of studying the Bible, but at the same time he showed himself to be no friend to biblical fundamentalism.
Opponents of biblical fundamentalism have criticized the Scofield Bible for its air of total authority in biblical interpretation, for what they consider its glossing over of biblical contradictions, and for its focus on eschatology.
As for the Chili Peppers, on their new album, "One Hot Minute," they bring further refinements to their image as pagan party animals while going out of their way to reject biblical fundamentalism: "I was not created/ In the likeness of a fraud."
Taking Immanuel Velikovsky's revised chronology as a starting point, Heinsohn went on to criticize Velikovsky's chronology as Biblical fundamentalism, proposing an even more drastic revision that is being disputed in circles of chronological revisionists, but is generally being rejected by mainstream historians.
But those who believe in biblical literalism, I can't understand it.
However he is far from being a supporter of Biblical literalism either.
The topic of all conventions in 212 countries this year is biblical literalism.
He also advocated a strong form of biblical literalism.
A biblical literalism could therefore assist in the disenchantment of nature.
However, many of these scientists lived before much of the evidence against biblical literalism emerged.
Subjects who adhered to Biblical literalism exhibited a higher potential of physical child abuse.
Wise decided to reject evolution instead of Biblical literalism, deciding:
Irvine was a follower of the social gospel, and rejected Biblical literalism.
Instead, they advocated a Biblical literalism, citing the Bible's long history as evidence of its authority.
The statements about hell this summer brought dissent from evangelical Protestants, who have a long tradition of biblical literalism.
Those smart youngsters in India and China whom you keep hearing about are learning secular science, not biblical literalism.
Biblical literalism was not a given in the medieval and early modern periods, for Christians or Jews.
He was raised on the orthodox Protestant doctrines of his time, including biblical literalism and the substitutionary atonement.
I refer to the increasing encroachment of religious extremism and biblical literalism into the realm of science.
Whiston supported a qualified biblical literalism: the literal meaning should be the default, unless there was a good reason to think otherwise.
On the other hand conservatives still insisted on Biblical literalism, and they rejected Darwin's theory.
The denomination emphasizes biblical literalism and door-to-door evangelism.
Humiliated for their simplistic reliance on Biblical literalism to explain human origins, the fundamentalists went into temporary eclipse.
All these reformation attempts were led by biblical literalism in which they referred to previously mentioned passages from the Book of Acts.
This perspective is strict Biblical literalism."
He writes, "Nor is 'Biblical literalism' a Jewish approach.
Priest's fundamentalist view of Christianity and his faith in Biblical literalism are evident throughout his work.
Members subscribe to a Statement of Faith based on biblical literalism, creationism, and rejection of ecumenism.
Wilder adds that beliefs of people associated with the movement "can tend toward the bizarre" and that it has "taken biblical literalism to an extreme."
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