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  • Furthermore, we shall bring the best of our dough, of every kind of fruit, of the new wine and of the oil to the priests, to the storerooms of the Temple of our God, and the tithe on our soil to the Levites -- the Levites will themselves collect the tithes from all the towns of our religion. (Nehemiah 10, 38)

  • and many Israelites chose to accept his religion, sacrificing to idols and profaning the Sabbath. (1 Maccabees 1, 43)

  • Raising his voice, Mattathias retorted, 'Even if every nation living in the king's dominions obeys him, each forsaking its ancestral religion to conform to his decrees, (1 Maccabees 2, 19)

  • As for the king's orders, we will not follow them: we shall not swerve from our own religion either to right or to left.' (1 Maccabees 2, 22)

  • Bacchides deliberately chose the enemies of religion to administer the country. (1 Maccabees 9, 25)

  • Encouraged by the noble words of Judas, which had the power to inspire valour and give the young the spirit of mature men, they decided not to entrench themselves in a camp, but bravely to take the offensive and, in hand-to-hand fighting, to commit the result to the fortune of war, since the city, their holy religion and the Temple were in danger. (2 Maccabees 15, 17)

  • he set his heart on the Lord, in godless times he upheld the cause of religion. (Ecclesiasticus 49, 3)

  • but they had some argument or other with him about their own religion and about a dead man called Jesus whom Paul alleged to be alive. (Acts 25, 19)

  • They have known me for a long time and could testify, if they would, that I followed the strictest party in our religion and lived as a Pharisee. (Acts 26, 5)

  • Without any doubt, the mystery of our religion is very deep indeed: He was made visible in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen by angels, proclaimed to the gentiles, believed in throughout the world, taken up in glory. (1 Timothy 3, 16)

  • Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives' tales. Train yourself for religion. (1 Timothy 4, 7)

  • Physical exercise is useful enough, but the usefulness of religion is unlimited, since it holds out promise both for life here and now and for the life to come; (1 Timothy 4, 8)

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