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- adv. According to scripture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a scriptural manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a scriptural manner; from or in accordance with the Scriptures.
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All because of something that is written "scripturally".
He comes from a completely different angle and arrives at the same conclusion "scripturally" ..
Your comments flow out of a scripturally informed position.
Perseverance of the saints is probably one of the most scripturally well attested Christian doctrines.
Then, in order to begin the climb to spiritual perfection, he explains a scripturally based seven-step ladder.
One wonders how many heresies and "scripturally based" tangents have arisen for this very reason.
A scripturally based enmity towards Jews would be a contradiction in itself.
Everyone knows that Intelligent Falling is much more scripturally correct.
These men took the chance to attend this forum and were exposed to scripturally sound materials that address many of the roadblocks to recognizing LGBT people as needing to be included fully as members of our families and congregations -- just as they are.
I don't believe the Prophet is known to have evinced a scripturally consistent phobia toward the animal kingdom as a whole.