Demar

Demar may refer to:

  • DeMar DeRozan, a professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors in the National Basketball Association
  • Gary DeMar, a Christian theologian.
  • Demar, a planet in the Star Wars fictional universe (see List of Star Wars planets (C-D)).

Other articles related to "demar":

Gary De Mar - Ruler of The Nations
... In the Foreword to DeMar's book Ruler of the Nations, John W ... In the Editor's Introduction, Gary North points out DeMar's description of "an intellectual war going on, a war between two rival views of God, man, law ... In the chapter titled Reconstructing Civil Government, DeMar states ...
Clarence DeMar
... Clarence Harrison DeMar (June 7, 1888 – June 11, 1958) was a U.S ... DeMarathon." DeMar was born in Madeira, Ohio ... The 1910 Boston marathon was DeMar's first he finished 2nd ...
Attilio Demaría
... Atilio José Demaría ("Attilio Demaria") (19 March 1909 – 11 November 1990) was an Italian Argentine footballer player, who played for Argentina in the 1930 World Cup and for Italy in ... Demaría also played for Gimnasia de La Plata, Estudantil Porteño and Club Atlético Independiente in Argentina and Novara, Legnano and Cosenza in Italy ... Demaría died in Haedo, Buenos Aires on November 11, 1990 ...
American Vision - Beliefs
... DeMar has written that "The Bible attributes self-consciousness to preborn babies." American Vision is opposed to abortion ... DeMar has said that not all homosexuals would be executed under a “reconstructed government" but that he did believe that the occasional execution of "sodomites" would ...
Fernando Demaría
... Fernando Demaría (born in Buenos Aires, July 19, 1928) is an Argentine poet, philosopher and classical scholar ... Demaría studied at Buenos Aires’ Colegio Champagnat, run by the priests of the Marian Order, whose dedication and rectitude represent a cornerstone in the poet’s life ... Demaría's urban and academic formation, however, finds an indispensable complement in his deep-rooted contact with the land and the rural environment, which has afforded ...