Praktyczny słownik religijny (polsko - angielski), autor: Krzysztof Czekierda. Wersja książkowa słownika dostępna u wydawcy.
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When these weapons are taken out on to the streets, it can lead to a change in the spiritual climate, of which more later.
Now what was the spiritual climate of that church?
His teaching is clear, thorough and greatly needed in the present spiritual climate.
Imagine a church that is influential in the society with the prayer power to change the spiritual climate.
“I want to see the spiritual climate of this neighborhood actually change,” he preached.
God really seems to have blessed the weather as much as the spiritual climate.
They determine the spiritual climate for future generations.
It is my measured conviction that the basic spiritual climate in these books is at great variance with vital Christian beliefs.
Q. Can you assess the spiritual climate in the United States and England?
Or is it faith founded on the rock of Christ, unshakeable, immoveable, however atrocious the spiritual climate?
Five paradigms are at the core of ITN, and they involve changes in spiritual climate, public policies, and ecclesiastical institutions.
The spiritual climate of the UK church is such that Christians, especially Christian leaders, would rather 'sit on the fence' than speak out against unbiblical beliefs and practices.
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Meanwhile, Catholic Radio (KRO), intensified its propaganda in the "new spiritual climate" of support for abortion, sterilisation, contraception, euthanasia and homosexuality.
In the political and spiritual climate of the day, union with Rome was considered by many to be a productive solution to promoting both the welfare of the people and the church.
In partnership with the Principal and teachers, the Chaplain cultivates the spiritual climate of the College and nurtures the spiritual life of students through pastoral care, guiding and discipling.
The Southeast United States was a particularly prolific area of growth for the movement, since Seymour's approach gave a useful explanation for a charismatic spiritual climate that had already been taking root in those areas.
“An estimated 75 percent of Catholics are also increasingly involved in voodoo, spiritism and witchcraft. … The steady growth of Protestant churches in the difficult economic and spiritual climate is cause for praise.”
All the pastors condemned the murder; but McNeill stated that "I am primarily concerned with the thousands of us who created the spiritual climate that made this act possible and with those who approve it," which displeased some of the congregation.
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This fact caused him to become close to the spiritual climate which denoted early expressionist impulses in Serbian literature around World War I. His musical art is rooted in late Romantic tradition of the German type, including the elements of the same but younger, Modernistic heritage.
One, there are towns all over America inhabited by people like those who live in Toms River, and though there is much to say about the moral and spiritual climate of those places, one has to be aware that their citizens are not going out in droves to hire people to murder their spouses.