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corporeal

of the nature of the physical body; not spiritual
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This is partly due to the rise of the participatory culture of prosuming, whose prominent features are the development of technology as a mediator of experience and the recognition of the crucial difference between the corporeal world and the virtual world.
The body has become a "hot topic" over the past decade and a half, with a number of scholarly works examining the corporeal aspects of anthropology, soteriology, eschatology, and especially asceticism in early Christianity.
Without God, we have only our mortality and no chimerical hope of a life that extends beyond our corporeal years.
One was David Hallberg, who continues to gain in physical strength and emotional projection, evident in Meadow but especially in The Green Table, where, as Death, he exuded both corporeal mastery and cold, demonic power.
In his ministry healing became one legitimate corporeal aspect of salvation, albeit never synonymous with salvation (see Mk 2:1-12).
A qualitative difference between descent as manifestation (tajalli) and descent as displacement (tajafi) separates movement into and within the corporeal world.
Religious devotion in the late Middle Ages had been organized around a consideration of Christ's corporeal suffering and sacrifice, and most theatrical representations of violence referred in some way to the suffering of this sacred body.
Fourth, on the question of the origin of the human being, an evolutionary process could be admitted in regard to his corporeal nature, but in the case of the soul, because it is spiritual, a direct creative action is required on the part of God, given that what is spiritual cannot be initiated by something that is not spiritual.
Adapting the English gentry's patriarchism and the Anglican Church's hierarchical authority to their own purposes, the great planters projected an image of themselves as the divinely chosen leaders of an idyllic plantation society--virtuous, good-natured "fathers," concerned for the spiritual and corporeal welfare of the enslaved blacks and other dependents (white women and children) who made up their plantation households.
Kerry Ann, from Co Cork, is in a "critical but stable" condition in the special Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) unit.
This is, after all, merely the website of a proper print magazine and the proprietors have to make a fine judgment about how much content they are prepared to give away to people who might otherwise spend $160 of hard earned cash for a corporeal international magazine.
In her third collection, Taylor notes in her introduction: "The lawyer is drawn to the gangster, the old to the young, the mother in the convict, the rich to the poor, the ethereal to the corporeal, the gay to the straight, the professor to the student, the saint to the sinner, and the intellectual to the street smart.