I believe so, but it's not made easy in today's society, where values are greatly downplayed in favor of instant gratification and a glut of pleasure feeding pasttimes. Most damaging, perhaps, is the collective belief that true monogamy or lifetime relationships are impossible. It depends on the individual person, his belief system, his values and how much he lets society's adolescent tastes affect him. Fidelity is caertainly possible, but it takes work and commitment, both in short supply these days.
Autoflagellation is the term, but it just means hitting oneself in general. There's no specific word for it in a religious context that I know.
In general terms, 'religious thinking' is any kind of thought-process that is guided by a religious commitment of a significant sort: one engages in reasoning with religious principles and goals kept in view at all times. In the context of World War I, some 'religious thinkers' reasoned that being involved in war was not justifiable -- on the grounds of faith.
General context means the overall or general facts or circumstances of a situation, event, etc. It is just the common facts about something that happened.
The reason is tradition. There is no real basis for any of it. Some people cite religious quotes, but they are misquoted, and taken out of context. It is in large part this misquotes and quotes out of context that make people say same sex relationships are wrong.
Details really vary from one religion to another. But in general, it seems that most religions agree that it is not appropriate to have sexual intercourse with any person other than your husband or wife.
The seven types of context clues are:DefinitionExamplesSynonymsAntonyms ( contrast )Explanation / DescriptionsRestatementGeneral context
An encyclical is a letter from the pope to the Church in general.
Yes, they are more faithful because they have responsibilities and are kess likely to be in a situation that would engage in infidelity. Housewives are, as a whole, more faithful than working women, being most affairs occur in the workplace.
A general theory that is Religion-based.
The general answer is, no, but it depends on what specific context you are referring to.
no i cannot answer it i want to know myself
In a general context: .Side walk .Pavement .Towpath .Footpath In an educational context you could also use: . Streams . Sets . Bands
Either General Infantry or Gastro-Intestinal, depending on the context.
this may refer to the general senario or situation in which communication takes place
In general terms, 'educational realism' denotes a practical, application-centered approach (rather than 'theoretical' or 'ideal') to educating students. While particular instances of 'educational realism' can differ from context to context, all are similar in their intent to make the education at work as relevant to the lives and needs of their students as possible.
The noun 'religious' is a common noun, a general word for any member of an order (community) associated with a religion.The word 'religious' is also an adjective.
possible general disaster counter measures
That phrase is not in the constitution. The exact phrase is "promote the general welfare" in the preamble (Note that the word provide is used in the context of 'provide for the common defense') It does not mean that everyone gets welfare as defined today. Within the context of the constitution, the aspects of the 'general welfare' are enumerated in Article I, section 8 - these items are the embodiment of promoting the general welfare.
They are a set of clues relating to circumstances surrounding a particular event or happenings
Mother Teresa was the founder and Superior General of the Missionaries of Charity.
It depends on context, but in general: to punch = chavat (×—×‘×˜) punch (the drink) = poonsh (×¤×•× ×¥×³)