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An past, self-described "very conservative evangelical" reviewer criticized the essays during this assortment for his or her "questionable" liberal conclusions. it really is curious how diverse humans can learn an identical textual content and arrive at diverse conclusions. my very own studying of this anthology is that the essays try (perhaps overly a lot, in truth) to stick in the midst of the line.
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RABENSTEIN] BALDACHINO Overhanging used as a mark of honor, named after Baghdad whence came the cloth originally used for this purpose. The more generic term for this covering is canopy. There are two chief forms of the fixed canopy: (1) the civory (ciborium), a structure in stone, metal, or wood consisting of four or more columns, united by an arch or architrave, roofed, highly decorated, and built over an altar; (2) the baldachin (baldachino) or tester, which is simpler in form and consists of a smaller, lighter structure of metal or wood (carved and gilded, and often adorned with textiles) either hung over an altar, or attached to the wall behind, like a bracket, or supported at the back by two pillars so that it juts over the altar like the canopy of a throne.
P. J. MCCANN (London 1922), his spiritual autobiography extracted from Baker’s treatise on The Cloud of Unknowing, ed. P. MCCANN (5th ed. London 1947). Studies. P. J. MCCANN and R. H. , Memorials of Father Augustine Baker (Publications of the Catholic Record Society 33; London 1933). P. SALVIN and S. CRESSY, The Life of Father Augustine Baker, ed. P. J. MCCANN (London 1933). D. KNOWLES, The English Mystical Tradition (New York 1961). E. I. WATKIN, Poets and Mystics (New York 1953) 188–237. [G. , the Baker diocese (Bakeriensis) comprises 18 counties of NEW CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA BAKER, NELSON HENRY Oregon east of the Cascade Mountain Range, an area of 66,826 square miles.
HARTMAN, (New York 1963), from A. VAN DEN BORN, Bijbels Woordenboek, 192–193. W. F. ALBRIGHT, ‘‘The Oracles of Balaam,’’ Journal of Biblical Literature, 63 (1944) 207–233. [F. L. MORIARTY] BALASSA, BÁLINT Hungarian soldier-poet; b. Kékko, 1551; d. Esztergom, May 26, 1594. His education was supervised by Peter Bornemisza, court chaplain at the Balassas’ baronial estate. Balassa’s life was a succession of stormy adventures—of heroic deeds and audacious highway robberies. One day he was the ideal miles christianus practicing the vows of a monk, the next day he was accused of incest and was involved in endless lawsuits.