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But, sir, though it were more so than is even possible to you, yet there may be some among you that are not equally right in their actions: and you know that in the story of the children of Israel, one Achan in the camp removed God's blessing from them, and turned His hand so against them, that six-and-thirty of them, though not concerned in the crime, were the objects of divine vengeance, and bore the weight of that punishment."
Rahab's joining the Israelites in Chapter 6, followed by Achan's being treated as a Canaanite in Chapter 7, accentuates that the battle was not an ethnic cleansing.
(37) According to Achan Mahawichi, the second highest monk at Wat Chang Hai, the wat has become a profane space for many Malay Muslims in the southernmost provinces.
South Sudan's Minister for Agriculture and Forestry, Betty Achan Ogwaro prays inside the Church of Nativity, in Bethlehem, during a visit to Israel in 2012 (Photo: Lomayat)
Reformist monks include Bhuddhadhasa Bhikkhu, Achan Cha (forest monks) and the leaders of the Santi Asok movement.
The resident district commissioner of Ngomoromo lamwoo, Molly Achan, failed to turn up, minister Lokonoi said.
Mongkut sent Achan Sui to Ubon to establish a Thammayut centre to offer training in formal religious studies and correct Buddhist practices.
North Chicago 6-foot-8 junior Achan Clinton might be the most imposing low-post player in the Northern Lake County Conference with his shot-blocking and rebounding prowess.
Betty Achan Ogwaro, the country's minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development, said South Sudan's membership to FAO, signals a new era of partnership.