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Bede

Saint, known as the Venerable Bede. ?673--735 ad, English monk, scholar, historian, and theologian, noted for his Latin Ecclesiastical History of the English People (731). Feast day: May 27 or 25

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For this reason, it was an easy decision to partner with Bede Gaming, which has enjoyed significant success in other markets.
Rather than draw attention to the rhetorical artistry or the classical literary terms that Bede employs, I have focused this study on Bede's portrayal of apostolic manuduction ("leading by the hand") (4) and his use of "temple" imagery (5) as a way to draw out some of the implications and pedagogical purposes of Bede's own hermeneutical approach.
Brown is much more up to date in his citations, and rightly brings out the significance of recent work by Alan Thacker and Scott De Gregorio on how calls for reform in the contemporary church that appear in Bedes later biblical commentaries are echoed in the text of the Ecclesiastical History and influenced his presentation of church history within it.
Moreover, he accepts Bede's monastic idealism at face value and finds much in it to admire: "Very few historians have ultimately changed a society's whole conception of their past and taught them to see its relevance for the present in a new light, as Bede did.
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Revenues - which Bede said would still show "strong growth" in a challenging market - are also expected to come in lower than the consensus.
In writing his Lives of the Abbots (a chronicle) Bede used a lunar calendar -- "a straight reading across the columns of the Easter-table"; for the Life of Cuthbert (hagiographical writing) he employed a solar calendar, with conconmitant loss of factual detail (III, 30-31).
Although Bede tries to help her, he eventually loses her but finds happiness with Dinah Morris, a Methodist preacher.
Bede X-Ray Metrology was founded in 1978 as a spinout company from England's University of Durham.
What followed was a successful first half for Bede Burn and at half time to score read 5 - 0 to the home team.
For Bede, science and Christian faith were intertwined and The Reckoning of Time draws parallels between the workings of the natural world and passages in scripture that seek to explain God's relationship with creation.
WYKEN Male Voice Choir entertained residents and sta"at Richmond Bede Retirement Village in Bedworth.