Reinterpret sentence example

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  • The prophets had to reinterpret the events as they unfolded before them.

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  • With a less thorough-going intellectualism other scholars reinterpret Christianity in terms of current scientific phraseology.

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  • In the second, Jesus is taking upon himself the authority to reinterpret the Sabbath laws.

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  • Should it be possible to reinterpret a site from the data?

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  • For the Catholic theologian Michael McGarry, the Christian community must now reinterpret previous Christian doctrines regarding the Jewish faith.

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  • The intention of the designer was to reinterpret the past for a new generation.

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  • This information is presented in a graphic stylized form in order to contrast and reinterpret the photographic image.

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  • Their writers were students of ancient prophecy and apocalyptical tradition, and, though they might recast and reinterpret them, they could not regard them as their own inventions.

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  • If we reinterpret the history of the family and its descent into Egypt, and belittle its increase into a nation, and if we figure to ourselves a more gradual occupation of Palestine, we destroy the entire continuity of history as it was understood by those who compiled the biblical history, and we have no evidence for any confident reconstruction.

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  • Graphic novels, cartoons, movies, and even action figures and toys can reinterpret classic fairy tale themes and characters.

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  • To reinterpret all these features as mere symbols, the lumber of ancient days, is to avoid the problem of their introduction into the Temple, and to assume an advance of popular thought which is not confirmed by the retention and fresh developments of the old ideas both in the pseudepigraphical literature and in the literature of Rabbinical Judaism.'

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  • In the weakening of that authority which had been ascribed almost unanimously to the Talmud, and invariably to the Old Testament, a new and greater strain has been laid upon Judaism to reinterpret its spirit once more to answer the diverse wants of its adherents.

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