The deep connection among Muslims and Christians from the seventh century sacrifice at Karbala by Hussein bin Ali and the first century sacrifice at Calvary by Jesus Christ, established forever a claimed divine principle of sacrifice of one's self to resist injustice for the greater good of the community.
What does DP stand for?
DP stands for Divine Principle
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We have 94 other meanings of DP in our Acronym Attic
- Distinct Part (long term care unit of an acute hospital)
- Distributed Periphery (Profibus-Siemens)
- Distributed Processor
- Distributed Proofreaders (Project Gutenberg)
- Distribution Panel
- Distribution Plan
- Distribution Point
- District Park
- District Parliamentarian (Toastmasters)
- Distrito Policial (Police Precinct, Brazil)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Taoism is a divine principle which underlies the natural world.
Seyyed Hossein Nasr identifies the key point when he notes that "Oriental civilizations are generally of a traditional character, rooted in the Divine Principle which presides and dominates.
Imprinted with humorous cartoons instead of engraved in stone, the "Ten Commandments of Community Leadership" is set to give divine principles for building strong communities and confidence in local government.
She traces Woolman's efforts to discard a false self constructed by social pressures and the opinions of others in order to discover his "unconstructed himself" (143) and to follow the divine principles of Truth and Love that ordered his efforts and relationships for the rest of his life.
A motivational guide to chartering one's own path through the physical world and the realm of the soul, a path guided most profoundly by the divine principle of love.
All the people of America must follow the teachings in the Unification Thought and Divine Principle of Rev.
According to Moore, with the display of the Ten Commandments monument, Congress would restore the meaning and intent of the First Amendment and would reaffirm that divine principle upon which our Country was founded.