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1 In practice, however, many tended to leave these sects or marry outside them and consequently have less children than they might have done.
2 Tsongkhapa is the Tibetan Buddhism Gelug sects founder, is the Tibetan Buddhism thought epitomizes, is also one of the most important characters in the Tibetan Buddhism history.
3 No union exists between church and state, and perfect freedom of opinion is guaranteed to all sects and creeds.
4 for Fu Zhonghan English, AAA English, Peipei English and Chapters of Foreign Languages, they are just branches of those sects.
5 Most of the sect's activities have hitherto been confined to the dusty north-east of Africa's most populous nation, on the fringe of the Sahara desert.
6 claiming all the sects love each other but there is no history of sectarian strife in Syria and little appetite for it now.
7 But still they are different sects, and that's related to the question of the synthesis among those four ingredients of medieval love, which still exist as ingredients in Catholic theology.
8 Some Syrians still see him as the man to hold the ring between Syria's many groups and sects.
9 Of the five English study sects, I feel Brother li Yang and Uncle Zhong Daolong most amiable.
10 However, there is also a strong Christian revival, especially among the fundamentalist and Pentecostal sects.
11 Kamakura period, Japanese Kegon School formed two great sects, their respective representatives were Miaoe and Ginin.
12 classical liberal point of view, this multiplicity of sects is a good thing.
13 A: We have noted relevant report. We hope all religious sects in Egypt coexist in harmony and jointly maintain social stability.
14 them were sects that had long withered in the West - such as Manichaeism, considered heretical by Christendom.
15 Roman Catholic 50%, Protestant 47%, other religious sects and non-religious account for 3%.
16 As practiced by Haitians and by others, in America and elsewhere, the religion is as various as any other belief system, with myriad sects and offshoots.
17 Bankei’s talks were attended not only by Zen students but by persons of all ranks and sects.
18 sects, especially tiny ones, gleefully quote the text showing that only 144, 000 people will be saved.
19 This is what socialism said outside and above a few sects which have gone astray; that is what it sought in facts, that is what it sketched out in minds.
20 But the secretive community is divided into sects and tribes, some of which have done a lot better than others.
21 Scientific recommendations in the past have often met resistance on Capitol Hill and with certain sects of society, but "the Gathering Storm" got a lot of attention.
22 In Graham sects Buffett duck to water.
23 In Homs the protesters stress that the city's sects, including a notable Christian minority, have been remarkably united in their opposition to the regime.
24 Various sects of carving were erected by noted seal cutting sculptors.
25 shall be mutual respect between citizens with religious belief and those without religious belief, and among citizens of different religions and different religious sects.
26 from India in 1042 of the great teacher Atisa, a reform movement was initiated, and within a century the major sects of Tibetan Buddhism had emerged.
27 in favour of nonviolence ( ahimsa ) and vegetarianism, much encouraged by the heterodox sects, spread during the mauryan period and were greatly encouraged by asoka.
28 This article surveys Buddhism from its origins to its elaboration in various schools, sects, and regional developments.
29 Gelug school, known also as the "Yellow Hats," showed little tolerance or willingness to mix their teachings with other Buddhist sects.
30 The Presbyterians needed to halt the endless generation of dangerous religious propaganda and continued what they felt on some level was the continued metastasis of Protestant sects.