Scriptural

  • (adj): Of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible.
    Synonyms: biblical
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Some articles on scriptural:

Stations Of The Cross - Stations - Scriptural Way of The Cross
... traditional Stations of the Cross, only eight have clear scriptural foundation ... accounts, Pope John Paul II introduced a new form of devotion, called the Scriptural Way of the Cross on Good Friday 1991 ...
Scriptural Reasoning - Criticisms
... Theologian Adrian Thatcher has questioned whether Scriptural Reasoning flattens theological differences in the way the three traditions approach their respective Scriptures, noting especially "the paucity of ... Gustafson, questions the claim he believes implied by Peter Ochs' descriptions of Scriptural Reasoning that it "has not only the capacity, but also the authority to correct 'modernist reason ... a "critical perspective that would reveal that there are different kinds of 'scriptural reasonings.'" ...
Peter Ochs - Contribution - Scriptural Reasoning
... evolved into a larger movement which Ochs dubbed "scriptural reasoning", and Ochs co-founded the Society for Scriptural Reasoning in 1995 together with David F ... and religion at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Ochs proposed scriptural reasoning as a new approach to achieving peace in the Arab–Israeli ... founded and became the director of the "1000 Cities Project" for the Society for Scriptural Reasoning, with the goal of establishing Christian-Jewish-Muslim study groups throughout North America ...
Scriptural Reasoning - History
... The term "Scriptural Reasoning" was coined by Peter Ochs to name a group who now form the Society for Scriptural Reasoning (SSR) The founders of this international group ... The Scriptural Reasoning Society is an independent network of SR activity in the UK, not affiliated to the international Society for Scriptural Reasoning described above ... in London issued a fatwa advising Muslims about participation in the practice of Scriptural Reasoning ...
Scriptural Way Of The Cross
... The Scriptural Way of the Cross or Scriptural Stations of the Cross is a version of the traditional Stations of the Cross inaugurated as a Roman Catholic devotion by ... Thereafter John Paul II performed the scriptural version many times at the Colosseum in Rome on Good Fridays during his reign ... The scriptural version was not intended to invalidate the traditional version, rather it was meant to add nuance to an understanding of the Passion ...

More definitions of "scriptural":

  • (adj): Written or relating to writing.