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  • n. Plural form of exorcist.


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  • The exorcists were a recognised and respectable order in the Church.

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  • The Jews must have been well known as exorcists throughout the Roman empire.

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  • The film, directed by Nick Whitfield, concerns two on-call exorcists traveling the country under the direction of the shadowy Colonel to clear feature film for his role as IRA gun-runner Jim McCann in "Mr Nice," based on the autobiography of Welsh-born and Oxford-educated who graduated to become Britain's most infamous drug runner in the 1970s and 1980s.

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  • I will say that of the four panelists Carlton Pearson was probably the most qualified to be on that stage as he has been involved in "exorcists" and found a way to understand the Biblically unsound belief in Satan as being inconsistent with the belief in one God as Christianity claims to believe.

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  • I don't know about where you live ... but when you look up "exorcists" in the Yellow Pages here, you wind up with a big ol 'list of nothing.

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  • KJV uses it as two words, "God speed") constructive economics probability premonition chaos suicide (which could be used to describe the demon-possessed pigs, and Judas) exorcism (but Jewish "exorcists" are referenced at Acts 19: 13) (could be used to describe the casting out of demons)

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  • And if devils and exorcists didn't exist we would have to make them up.

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  • A tale of wandering, bickering exorcists who cleanse the secrets lurking in people's closets, the movie combines an ambitious sense of playful fantastical absurdism with an underlying heartbeat of melancholic mourning.

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  • The Greek Church permanently confront some groups of self-proclaimed exorcists mainly old -women that traditionally practice their own rite against " evil-eye" that includes religious procedure with olive oil, water and Cross, but opposite to recommendations of Church and The Great Book of Needs.

    Sasa Milosevic: The Secrets Of Orthodox Exorcists

  • Unlike the Roman Catholic Church that elevated the Office of Exorcist, as a special exorcists unit, all Orthodox priests are trained and equipped to perform exorcism primarily as an obligatory part of Orthodox Baptism.

    Sasa Milosevic: The Secrets Of Orthodox Exorcists


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