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meatworkers' name for omasum.
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Biblicists, however, are flustered by overchoice--the condition of being faced with too many options, each with plausible arguments and spokespersons.
Was Caffyn a sober rationalist creating division, or was he a firm biblicist contending for the faith of the previous century?
As noted by Gonzalez Novalin, this expunged version printed in Salamanca seems to have been prepared from the original 1545 edition, already included in the inquisitorial index of 1551, rather than from the 1556-57 reedition with the commented translation of the New Testament by the Calvinist biblicist Theodore Beza.
It is a worthy, practical, and clear publication aimed at biblicists, historians, etc.
Chapter 6 used the heresy trials of Brut and Oldcastle to confirm the essentially biblicist or fundamentalist character of Lollardy (the sayings of Jesus trump the dictates of the Roman hierarchy), as well as to demonstrate Bostick's earlier contention that almost all of those tried for heresy had, in their study of the vernacular Bible and Lollard texts, acquired "exceptional intellectual and theological acumen.
He identifies himself as a Biblicist in search of God, and through a selection of his articles and interviews from 1958 to 2003 he shows how he has gone about this search.
Part 2 reprints a biblical and an ethical study from Concilium (1993) related to the immigrant problem in Europe, followed by an evaluation of methods by a biblicist and an ethicist, and finally a substantive chapter on the resident alien in 1 Peter.
He roots this disarray in an inadequate theology: biblicist, eschatologically utopian, and crudely monistic, it is incapable of perceiving proximate ends or selecting the relatively best among possible options.
Childs takes more seriously than any other front-rank biblicist the theological nature of the Christian Bible and biblical theology.
Through a variety of formative experiences in both high school and college, Buttry came to discover that his own Biblicist, evangelical faith, formed at both Wheaton and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, was calling him to an active ministry of peacemaking.
A biblicist like Milton may well have considered as unbiblical, if not anti-biblical, the manner in which poets like Donne and Herbert lingered in helplessness before the image of Christ crucified.
Those many who returned to Judaism were "New Jews" with a particularly Marrano version of the faith, one that was more rationalistic, Biblicist, and less ceremonial and rabbinical than contemporary Judaism.