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reformation

A legal action to correct an instrument to comply with the intentions of the parties. If the grantor in a deed will not agree to sign a corrective deed, it may be necessary for the buyer or a subsequent owner to file a reformation action.

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Scribner is especially remembered for his challenge to the assumption that the word, written or printed, was the primary medium of the Protestant Reformation.
As a result of the Protestant Reformation, he argued, the redefinition of the sacred by the clergy was complete.
These are valuable insights by one of the great historical theologians of the Protestant Reformation and one of the pioneering scholars in the area of art and religion.
Older standard and regional histories of the French Protestant Reformation make no references to the folklores of the pays where Calvinism attracted large numbers of converts.
The marriage of evangelical Christianity and cyberspace is updating the goal of Martin Luther's Protestant Reformation - to make every man a priest - by making every priest a potential publisher.
I believe that what is happening in the Islamic world is something akin to the Protestant Reformation.
Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute, said that Americans' two views of what makes a person religious harken back to the Protestant Reformation and to the Bible.
Opening materials document the roots of protest from earliest recorded history until the protestant reformation and demonstrate the wide variety of the ways protest has been expressed in human history.
Here I Stand: Martin Luther" is a superbly produced, enthusiastically recommended, 129-minute, full color documentary on the life, work, and historical impact of Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther.
The chapters, several of which have appeared in various publications, begin in the wake of the Protestant Reformation and culminate in the reign of James I when personal (if not parliamentary) union was achieved.
Since the Protestant Reformation, Catholic spirituality has been dominated by prayer involving words and formulas, obscuring the contemplative tradition evident in figures such as Gregory of Nyssa, John Cassian, Bernard of Clairvaux, Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, and Therese of Lisieux.
The Protestant Reformation does not and cannot yield support for Levi's thesis.
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