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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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--, "Reformational Economic Theory", Philosophia Reformata, vol.
While it is hard to gauge Coffee Break's reformational effect, there is one index that has not been officially noted and therefore not documented.
Understanding moral imagination also contributes to the literature on common grace and reformational influence (81) by explaining how a Christian may have such an influence.
Parts of it appear in my booklet Liberation Themes in Reformational Perspective (Dordt College Press, 1989).
For those who are interested in building a new foundation for the task of integrating faith and reason, and who want to avoid the pitfalls of fundamentalism and liberalism, I would recommend getting started by reading Reformational Theology: A New Paradigm for Doing Dogmatics by Prof.
This reformational work bears witness to the creativity of the Council, which went so far as to review and even replace certain canon or conciliar decrees.
On the surface, L'Evangile et l'Eglise reversed this balance by foregrounding the refutation of Harnack and downplaying any theological and reformational implications of the book.
(51.) Calvin expresses this Reformational perspective, careful to dignify all types of work as worthy in and of themselves: "The Lord ...
Richard Rex's "Friars in the English Reformation shows English friars to be engaged in reformational issues--either for or against--and as a group that more promptly than others took sides in the polarities the religious reform engendered.
Goheen, Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview, 2d ed.
Both sides emphasized "that the Holy Scriptures are the norma normans for all Christian dogmatic and ethical knowledge, although there are differences [but not contradictions--author's note] over the question of access and the key to the interpretation of Scripture (role of creeds and confessional statements)." Both sides confess "that Christ in his mercy took the initiative for the salvation of humankind, an initiative which calls for the human response of faith." The reformational particulae exclusivae "solus Christus," "sola gratia," "sola fide," and "sola scriptura" are shared among the Baptists and the Leuenberg churches.