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  1. Sep 27,  · Amen was a good sitcom. It was set in a Protestant Church led by Sherman Hemsley's character. The show had a stellar cast including Jester Hairston, Roz Ryan and Barbara Montgomery as sisters which was truly believable, Clifton Davis as the new pastor and the love of the head minister's daughter played by Anna Maria Horsford/10(11).
  2. The word Amen is one of a small number of Hebrew words which have been imported unchanged into the liturgy of the Church, propter sanctiorem as St. Augustine expresses it, in virtue of an exceptionally sacred example. "So frequent was this Hebrew in the mouth of Our Saviour ", observes the Catechism of the Council of Trent, "that it pleased the Holy Ghost to have it perpetuated in the Church.
  3. Amen, expression of agreement, confirmation, or desire used in worship by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. The basic meaning of the Semitic root from which it is derived is “firm,” “fixed,” or “sure,” and the related Hebrew verb also means “to be reliable” and “to be trusted.”.
  4. Amen is a transliteration of the Hebrew word amen [ em'a ]. The verb form occurs more than one hundred times in the Old Testament and means to take care, to be faithful, reliable or established, or to believe someone or something.
  5. Amen is a Hebrew word that is essentially an affirmation of truth or agreement, meaning something like ‘so be it’, ‘it is so’, or ‘it is true’. When we end a prayer with the word amen, we are.
  6. Jul 22,  · It's the week leading up to Valentine's Day, ACN needs someone on the ground in Cairo: Neal helps them recruit Amen ("the hidden one"), a young blogger who masks his face. Before they'll use him, the network insists that Amen drop his anonymity/10(K).
  7. Over the last 30 years, Amen Clinics have built the world’s largest database of functional brain scans—over , and growing—related to how people think, feel, and behave. Our brain imaging work has completely disrupted how we help our patients get well. WHY SPECT IS CONSIDERED REVOLUTIONARY IN PSYCHIATRY.
  8. Amen. In current usage, the term "amen" has become little more than a ritualized conclusion to prayers. Yet the Hebrew and Greek words for amen appear hundreds of times in the Bible and have several uses. Amen is a transliteration of the Hebrew word amen. The verb form occurs more than one hundred times in the Old Testament and means to take.
  9. Tragedy from apathy is the theme of the WWII-era film, AMEN. In it, a Nazi SS lieutenant with a troubled conscience turns to the Catholic Church for help when he's assigned to commit mass murder. He hopes the Pope will speak out against Hitler's plan to kill every Jew in Europe by sending them to camps where they're systematically exterminated.

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