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1 LAW IN THE OLD TESTAMENT -- rank: 1000
LAW IN THE OLD TESTAMENT definitions International Standard Bible Encyclopedia I. TERMS USED 1. Torah ("Law") 2. Synonyms of Torah (1) Mitswah ("Command") (2) `Edhah ("Witness ... Statutes") (5) Piqqudhim ("Precepts") II. THE WRITTEN RECORD OF THE LAW 1. The Critical Dating of the Laws 2. Groups of ... 1) Judgments. Compared with Code of Hammurabi (2) Basis of Law of Covenant. Earlier Customs 4. The Book of the Law of Deuteronomy 31 5. The Law of Holiness 6. The Final Compilation III. THE GENERAL ...
2 LAW IN THE NEW TESTAMENT -- rank: 915
LAW IN THE NEW TESTAMENT definitions International Standard Bible Encyclopedia lo The Term "Law" Austin's Definition of Law I. LAW IN THE GOSPELS 1. The Law in the Teaching of Christ (1) Authority of the Law Upheld in the Sermon on the Mount (a) Christ ...
3 higher law -- rank: 873
higher law definitions WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005) n 1: a principle ... s noun Date: 1844 a principle of divine or moral law that is considered to be superior to constitutions and enacted ...
4 Sermon on the Mount -- rank: 870
... 5:13-16) (3) Relation of New Righteousness to Mosaic Law (Matthew 5:17-48) (a) The Relation Defined (Matthew 5 ... II. The relation of the new righteousness to the Mosaic Law (Mt 5:17-48). 1. The relation defined as that of continuance in a higher fulfillment (Mt 5:17-20). 2. The higher fulfillment of the new righteousness illustrated by a comparison of its principles with the Mosaic Law as currently taught and practiced (Mat 5:21-48) (1) The higher law of brotherhood judges ill-will as murder (Mt ...
5 Pentateuch -- rank: 822
... five books of the Old Testament, collectively; -- called also the Law of Moses, Book of the Law of Moses, etc. Hitchcock Bible Dictionary the five books of ... books composing the Pentateuch are properly but one book, the "Law of Moses," the "Book of the Law of Moses," the "Book of Moses," or, as the Jews designate it, the "Torah" or "Law." That in its present form it "proceeds from a single ... say frankly, however, that we have no faith in this "higher criticism." It degrades the books of the Old Testament ...
6 Appeal -- rank: 819
... before or after trial. APPE'AL, v.t. In crimianal law, to charge with a crime; to accuse; to institute a ... of his appeal to her" [syn: appeal, appealingness, charm] 3: (law) a legal proceeding in which the appellant resorts to a higher court for the purpose of obtaining a review of a ... collection, ingathering] v 1: take a court case to a higher court for review; "He was found guilty but appealed immediately ... 5: cite as an authority; resort to; "He invoked the law that would save him"; "I appealed to the law of 1900"; "She invoked an ancient law" [syn: invoke, ...
7 Roman law -- rank: 810
Roman law definitions WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005) n 1: the legal ... under Justinian; the basis for many modern systems of civil law [syn: Roman law, Justinian code, civil law, jus civile] Merriam Webster's noun Usage: often capitalized R ... system of the ancient Romans that includes written and unwritten law, is based on the traditional law and the legislation of the city of Rome, and ...
8 CRITICISM OF THE BIBLE -- rank: 795
... in General I. Divisions 1. Lower or Textual Criticism 2. Higher Criticism II. LOWER OR TEXTUAL CRITICISM 1. Origin of the ... Manuscripts and Versions (b) The Western Text (c) Results III. HIGHER CRITICISM 1. The Old Testament (1) Astruc and Successors (2 ... divided into what is called "lower or textual criticism" and "higher criticism"--the latter a phrase round which many misleading associations ... was as it came from the hands of its author; "higher criticism" concerns itself with the resultant problems of age, authorship ... character, historical worth, relation to period of origin, etc. 2. Higher Criticism: The former--"textual criticism"--has a well-defined field ... is possible to apply exact canons of judgment: the latter--"higher criticism"--while invaluable as an aid in the domain ...
9 Evolution -- rank: 774
... continuous change from a lower, simpler, or worse to a higher, more complex, or better state ; growth (2) a process of ... to epigenesis. 7. (Metaph.) That series of changes under natural law which involves continuous progress from the homogeneous to the heterogeneous ... again there appear two aspects, according as the process, or law. of transformation, is observed to operate in the realm of ... and genera. The second variety of evolution operates in the higher realm of intelligence, morality, social activity and religion. The idea of a law of orderly change governing all things is not a new ... all-sufficient theory of the universe as distinguished from a law or method of the operation of a cause ulterior ...
10 To -- rank: 759
... grace. 5. Noting attention or application. Go, buckle to the law. Meditate upon these things; give yourself wholly to them. 1 ... as an ingredient of white paint. Webster's 1913 Dictionary Law of Charles (Physics), the law that the volume of a given mass of gas increases ... fall of temperature; -- sometimes less correctly styled Gay Lussac's law, or Dalton's law. Law of nations. See International law, under International. Law of ...
11 Case -- rank: 738
... a certain state of things. Action on the case, in law, is an action in which the whole cause of complaint ... a comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy; "the family brought ... t the case > 5. a. a suit or action in law or equity b. (1) the evidence supporting a conclusion or ... a matter under official investigation, esp. by the police. 5 Law a a cause or suit for trial. b a statement ... facts in a cause sub judice, drawn up for a higher court's consideration (judge states a case). c a cause ... use in professional treatment, e.g. by a doctor. case-law the law as established by the outcome of former ...
12 Ethics -- rank: 708
... are to be valued. Man cannot be explained by natural law. He is not simply a part of the world, a ... accountability but carries with it also the conception of a law to which man is to conform, an ideal at which ... life constitutes at once the end or ideal and the law of man. It comprises end, rule and motive of action ... philosopher, inasmuch as, while the Sophists talked about justice and law and temperance, they could not tell, when pressed, what these ... the soul, in which the lower impulses war with the higher. This, it will be seen, is a distinct advance on ... life of reason. But though there are gleams of a higher solution in Plato, as a rule he falls back ...
13 Education -- rank: 708
... usu with supp 3. see also adult education, further education, higher education International Standard Bible Encyclopedia ed-u-ka'-shun: Contents ... Educational Significance of the Prophets 2. The Book of the Law 3. Wise Men or Sages 4. The Book of Proverbs ... and the content of formal instruction less differentiated than on higher culture levels (Ames, PRE). All education is at first religious ... All boys shall learn the most important parts of the law since such knowledge is most valuable and the source of ... and training of their children. Concerning the words of the law Israel is admonished: "Thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy ... For the benefit of children as well as adults the law was to be written "upon the door-posts" and " ...
14 God -- rank: 702
... wields great or despotic power. [R.] --Shak. Act of God. (Law) See under Act. Gallery gods, the occupants of the highest ... Nature (3) Most Distinctive Characteristics of Yahweh (a) Personality (b) Law and Judgment 5. The Idea of God in the Prophetic ... A supersensible being or beings" (Lotze, Asia Minor Fairbairn); "a higher power" (Allan Menzies); "spiritual beings" (E.B. Tylor); "a power ... lower religions, and too little to suggest those of the higher. It is not all gods that are "unseen" or "supersensible ... they do not connote that which is essential in the higher ideas of God. Dr. E. Caird, looking for a definition ... and are more definable, because fuller and more complex, the higher they rise in the scale of religions; that they ...
15 Positive -- rank: 699
... more protons than electrons < a positive ion > b. (1) having higher electric potential and constituting the part from which the current ... ive or L positivus (as POSIT) Webster's 1913 Dictionary Law of Charles (Physics), the law that the volume of a given mass of gas increases ... fall of temperature; -- sometimes less correctly styled Gay Lussac's law, or Dalton's law. Law of nations. See International law, under International. Law of ...
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