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"Affections" is a film, directed by Choi Moo-ryong.
- also known as Don't Leave Behind Your Love, 정 두고 가지마, Jeongdugo gajima
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- producer: Do Dong-Hwan
- cinematography by Seo Jeong-min
- edited by Kim Hui-su
- genres: Romance Film, East Asian cinema, World cinema
- released on (46 years ago)
"Affections" is a musical album of Jay Love.
- released on
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Worship by the Book (2010)
by Rev. Mark Ashton, R. Kent Hughes, Timothy Keller
Jonathan Edwards's treatise The Religious Affections is a brilliant exposition and application of 1 Peter 1:8: “ Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, ...
Plato's Utopia Recast (2002)
His Later Ethics and Politics by Christopher Bobonich
Simply having sensory affections is a passive state of ...
by John William Ballantyne
See Stomach, Surgical Affections (Operations). Gastroplasty. — An operation performed ...
by John Henry Clarke
Bladder, affections of. Bone, nodes on. Brain, affections of. Breath, sour. Carriage -sickness. Catarrh. Clavus. Cold. Colic. Constipation. Convulsions. Cough. Cramp. Delirium. Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Dyspepsia. Emissions. Epilepsy. Erotomania.
When any particular theory is propounded, by which the results of the benevolent affections are traced to some remote interested principle, a refutation of the theory is readily suggested by a consideration of the common characteristic ...
by John R. Shook
Edwards's most consequential conclusion was that true religion is rooted in the affections, specifically in a delight in God's ontological and moral beauty. Affections indicate one's pleasure or displeasure with a particular object, and thus are ...
by Patrick W. Carey, Joseph T. Lienhard
A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections (1746) was Edwards' attempt to defend religious revivals and appeals to religious affections against the Arminian (Edwards' loosely defined designation for almost anyone who disagreed with the ...
by Joan Shelley Rubin, Paul S. Boyer, Professor Scott E. Casper
Affections. Affections, in direct contrast to passions, were generally understood as arising from without and frequently regarded as being divine in origin. Many ministers described religious affections as a crucial facet of Christian conversion.
Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge : Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Elegant Engravings. N - R by William Nicholson
Take the strongest case, suppose the filial and parental affections to be annihilated, (and it is absurd to...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
The affections sometimes succeed to passions and emotions, because these may have been excited by something that becomes permanently interesting; or they may be gradually inspired, by a deliberate attention to the good or bad qualities ...
by John Lachs, Robert B. Talisse
had raiseda similar questionabout the ''religious affections'' ( in a treatise that hasoftenbeen compared with James's own Varieties of Religious ...
Theological Dictionary (1826)
by Charles Buck
The affections, as they respect religion, deserve in this place a little attention. They may be defined to be the “yigorous and sensible exercises of the inclination and will of the soul towards religious objects. ”.
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Scrabble value of A1F4F4E1C3T1I1O1N1S1
The value of this 10-letter word is 18 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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