Believes

Some articles on believes:

She Believes In Me - Ronan Keating Version - Track Listing
... UK CD1 "She Believes (In Me)" - 404 "Lovin' Each Day" (Live Radio 2 Session) - 333 "She Believes (In Me)" (Metro Mix) - 528 "First Time" (Live Acoustic Session ...
Society Of Justice Party - Political Ideology
... These other ideologies are right-wing since it believes in making the Cambodian people “confident in their national currency”, respecting Cambodia’s “constitution”, believes in the monarchy and the king as a ... While with this political party’s left-wing ideology believes that training for occupational and employment is necessary for “both male and female Cambodians in response to the needs ...
Mereological Essentialism - Arguments Against - The Argument From A Paradigmatic Example
... Also, if the mereological essentialist believes in presentism, then this argument may fail to convince them ... A person who believes in presentism believes that the present is the only relevantly true world ...
Samoan Assemblies Of God In New Zealand Incorporated - Beliefs - Core Beliefs - Divine Healing
... such as James 5 and Isaiah 535, the AG believes that Christians can pray for healing ... Indeed, it believes scripture gives elders of the church the responsibility to pray "the prayer of faith" over the sick ... It believes God can and does heal, but believes that God is sovereign and that, whether one is healed or not, a person's trust must be in God ...
Bassam Tahhan
... Tahhan believes in a rationalist approach to the Quran, which he believes means accepting "that each era, with its methods and discoveries, presents its own reading of the Koran, and this is ... He believes that over time in the Muslim community the Sunna has "become an indispensable supplement to the Koran, to the point that it superseded the Koran." He finds this "tenden ...

Famous quotes containing the word believes:

    ... in ordinary fiction, movies, etc. everything is smoothed out to seem plausible—villains made bad, heroes splendid, heroines glamorous, and so on, so that no one believes a word of it.
    Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)

    What
    One believes is what matters. Ecstatic identities
    Between one’s self and the weather and the things
    Of the weather are the belief in one’s element,
    The casual reunions, the long-pondered
    Surrenders, the repeated sayings that
    There is nothing more and that it is enough....
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    It’s true, as Marya Mannes says: “No one believes [a woman’s] time to be sacred. A man at his desk in a room with a closed door is a man at work. A woman at a desk in any room is available.”
    Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)