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POEPrecio de Oportunidad de la Energía (Spanish: Price Energy Opportunity)
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POEPipe Organ Encounter
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POEPurity of Essence (Dr. Strangelove)
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POEPilot Operational Equipment (US NASA)
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POEPredict, Observe and Explain (science education)
POEPrivately Owned Enterprise
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POEPriority of Effort
POEPrecise Orbit Ephemerides
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POEprotubérance occipitale externe
POEPay Option Election
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POEProcess Overall Efficiency (engineering)
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POEProposed/Projected Operational Environment
POEProof of Enabler
References in classic literature ?
He was always dealing with the problem of evil, too, and I found a more potent charm in his more artistic handling of it than I found in George Eliot.
Truesdale says that "God's revelation of himself is so complete, so redemptive and so full of peace and hope" that Christians must take the problem of evil to "the Cross and Resurrection.
They cover why myth-making is necessary, the myth-making process, religious extremism, the problem of evil, terrorism, born again, illness and wellness, death and immortality, humans and other animals, human sexuality, alpha and omega, and the secular apocalypse.
Saint Anselm and the Problem of Evil, or On Freeing Evil From the "Problem of Evil," SIOBHAN NASH-MARSHALL
He looks at its heterodox character, its sociohistorical context, the audience's social location, synchronic literary analysis, the problem of evil and cognitive dissonance, the irrational response to the (over-)rationalization of traditional wisdom, the positive power of the book's pessimism, and the sociology of its canonicity.
Trakakis rejects the distinction between the theoretical problem of evil and the practical problem of evil.
Christopher Southgate, the author of The Groaning of Creation: God, Evolution, and the Problem of Evil, serves as Honorary University Fellow/Research Fellow in Theology at the University of Exeter, England.
He argues that, if not for the problem of evil, there would be little reason for religion to exist.
1995) and Varieties of African American Religious Experience (1998), revolved around the problem of evil as a way of moving theologians into a discussion of African American religiosity (in all its various forms) through attention to cosmology, doctrines of God, and theological anthropology.
He combines the problem of evil and the creation of one's own reality.
Five US and European scholars of philosophy and theology defend Lewis' Christian apologetics and another five criticize them, The cover the argument from desire, the argument from reason, the moral argument, the trilemma argument, and the problem of evil.