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divine

1. of, relating to, or characterizing God or a deity
2. of, relating to, or associated with religion or worship
3. another term for God
4. a priest, esp one learned in theology
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This was by no means an intended slight of that liturgy to which the divine alluded, but was the habit of a people who owed their very existence, as a distinct nation, to the doctrinal character of their ancestors.
Bishop Martin Uzoukwu of Minna, Nigeria, presided over the Holy Mass at the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy before blessing the 100-foot statue and the 50-foot building that accompanies it.
The divine presence is not the exclusive property of great saints, sages, or holy men.
They cover the material divine: anthropomorphism, animation, and agency in cross-cultural perspective; divine materials, materiality, and materialization in Mesopotamia; and a feast for the senses: visual and auditory engagement with the divine and divine agents in the ancient Near East.
Part 3 of "You Are Woman, You Are Divine" shows women how to integrate the teachings of The Divine Feminine into everyday life, honoring the sacredness of their body and how to be in energetic, feminine balance.
Catholics mark today the Divine Mercy feast, a reminder of Jesus' promise for the forgiveness of sins and punishment to give mankind a chance at salvation.
A writer, activist, and lay theologian, LANA DALBERG is the author of Birthing God: Women's Experiences of the Divine.
Smoke Gray brings the total number of colors in the Divine Dzion Hosiery line to 11.
Divine Chocolate has introduced the Divine White Chocolate with Strawberries so the consumer can hold onto that summer feeling.
A BUDDING bard has won top prize in the Divine Poetry Competition.
Face to Face: Portraits of the Divine in Early Christianity.
I understand that the weakness-metaphor harbors for Caputo a theological event, an event in whose importance I am a true believer: that of the deconstruction of the divine omnipotence in favor--not of a no god, a dead god, but of a possibly better one--a more believable, more worthy, indeed more biblically and existentially resonant divinity.