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  • 121 Jewish eschatology — Part of a series on Eschatology …

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  • 122 Methodism — Methodist redirects here. For hospitals by this name, see Methodist Hospital (disambiguation). For other uses, see Methodism (disambiguation). Part of a series on Methodism John Wesley …

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  • 123 Soul — For other uses, see Soul (disambiguation). A soul – in certain spiritual, philosophical, and psychological traditions – is the incorporeal essence of a person or living thing or object.[1] Many philosophical and spiritual systems teach… …

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  • 124 Saint Peter — For other uses, see St. Peter (disambiguation). Saint Peter the Apostle Painting of Saint Peter by Peter Paul Rubens depicting the saint as Pope (1611 1612). Prince of the Apostles, First Pope, Martyr, Preacher …

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  • 125 United Methodist Church — Infobox Christian denomination name = United Methodist Church imagewidth = 100px caption = United Methodist Church logo Cross and flame main classification = Protestant orientation = Mainlinecite web|url =… …

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  • 126 Causality — (but not causation) denotes a necessary relationship between one event (called cause) and another event (called effect) which is the direct consequence (result) of the first. [http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=Causality x=35 y=25 Random… …

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  • 127 United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 — (S/RES/242) was adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on November 22, 1967 in the aftermath of the Six Day War. It was adopted under Chapter VI of the United Nations Charter. [ [http://domino.un.org/unispal.nsf/db942872b9eae454852560f6005… …

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  • 128 Community of Christ — RLDS redirects here. For other uses, see RLDS (disambiguation). Community of Christ …

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  • 129 Idea — Plato, one of the first philosophers to discuss ideas in detail. For other uses, see Idea (disambiguation). In the most narrow sense, an idea is just whatever is before the mind when one thinks. Very often, ideas are construed as representational …

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  • 130 Cremation — A Hindu Cremation in India P …

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  • 131 Joseph (Hebrew Bible) — Joseph or Yosef ( he. יוֹסֵ, Standard Yosef Tiberian Unicode|Yôsēp̄ , ar. يوسف, Yusuf ; He (The Lord) increases/may add ), is a major figure in the Book of Genesis in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). He was Jacob s eleventh son and Rachel s… …

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  • 132 Adam's Bridge — (Tamil: ta. ஆதாம் பாலம் transl|ta|āthām pālam ), also known as Rama s Bridge or Ram Setu (Tamil: ta. இராமர் பாலம் transl|ta|irāmar pālam , Sanskrit: sa. रामसेतु IAST|rāmasetu ) [also spelled Rama Setu , Ram Sethu , Ramasethu and variants.] , is a …

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  • 133 Theistic evolution — or evolutionary creation is a concept that asserts that classical religious teachings about God are compatible with the modern scientific understanding about biological evolution. In short, theistic evolutionists believe that there is a God, that …

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  • 134 First-sale doctrine — This article is about the first sale doctrine as applied to copyright. For the analogous first sale doctrine applicable to patents, see Exhaustion doctrine. The first sale doctrine is a limitation on copyright that was recognized by the Supreme… …

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  • 135 Ramanuja — (indic |lang=ta |indic=ராமானுஜர் |trans=Rāmānujar; traditionally 1017 ndash;1137), also known as Ramanujacharya, was a theologian, philosopher, and scriptural exegete. He is seen by IAST|Śrīvaiṣṇavas as the third and most important teacher (… …

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  • 136 Wedge strategy — The Wedge strategy is a political and social action plan authored by the Discovery Institute, the hub of the intelligent design movement. The strategy was put forth in a Discovery Institute manifesto known as the Wedge Document , [… …

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  • 137 Bahá'í teachings — The Bahá í teachings represent a considerable number of theological, social, and spiritual ideas that were established in the Bahá í Faith by its Central Figures. These, combined with the authentic teachings of several past religions, including… …

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  • 138 Canons Regular — are members of certain bodies of Canons (priests) living in community under the Augustinian Rule ( regula in Latin), and sharing their property in common as a type of vow of poverty. Distinct from monks, who live a cloistered, contemplative life… …

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  • 139 Corporate election — refers to a Christian soteriological view that understands Christian salvation to be based on God choosing in Christ a people whom he destines to be holy and blameless in his sight. [1] Put another way, Election is the corporate choice of the… …

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  • 140 Sexual Morality and the Law — is the transcription of a 1978 radio conversation in Paris between philosopher Michel Foucault, playwright/actor/lawyer Jean Danet, and novelist/gay activist Guy Hocquenghem, debating the idea of abolishing age of consent laws in France. In 1977 …

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