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ACWORTH, Robert William (<i>born</i> 1938), Registrar of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1991–2001

in Who's Who

P ublished online November 2015 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Warfare and Defence; Military Life and Institutions; History of Religion; Religion; Christian Churches and Denominations. 158 words.

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Armageddon

Overview page. Subjects: Religion — Warfare and Defence.

(in the New Testament) the last battle between good and evil before the Day of Judgement; the place where this will be fought. In extended usage, Armageddon means a dramatic and...

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CHAFFEY, Jonathan Paul Michael (<i>born</i> 1962), Director General Chaplaincy Services, Headquarters Air Command and Chaplain-in-Chief and Archdeacon, Royal Air Force, since 2014

in Who's Who

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Warfare and Defence; Air Forces and Warfare; History of Religion; Religion; Christian Churches and Denominations. 110 words.

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Ecopsychology

Overview page. Subjects: Religion — Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.

Ecopsychology is a diverse field committed to placing human psychology into an ecological context. Perhaps the main idea behind ecopsychology is that the human mind does not stand wholly...

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flog

Overview page. Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies — Warfare and Defence.

V. flogged, flogging beat (someone) with a whip or stick to punish or torture them: the stolen horses will be returned and the thieves flogged | (flogging) public floggings.

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Ghost Dance

Overview page. Subjects: Religion — Warfare and Defence.

A millenarian movement which spread among the Native American Plains Peoples during the second half of the 19th century. The ghost dance, which involved dancing for days on end to induce a...

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HAMMETT, Barry Keith (<i>born</i> 1947), Chaplain of the Fleet, Archdeacon for the Royal Navy and Director General, Naval Chaplaincy Service, 2002–06

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Warfare and Defence; History of Religion; Religion; Christian Churches and Denominations. 118 words.

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HEATHFIELD, Simon David (<i>born</i> 1967), Archdeacon of Aston, since 2014

in Who's Who

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Warfare and Defence; Air Forces and Warfare; History of Religion; Religion; Christian Churches and Denominations. 85 words.

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HUXLEY, Keith (1933 - 2002), Rector of Gateshead, Diocese of Durham, 1983–97; Chaplain to the Queen, 1981–98

in Who Was Who

P ublished online April 2014 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Religion; Religion; Christian Churches and Denominations. 129 words.

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kamikaze

Overview page. Subjects: Religion — Warfare and Defence.

In the Second World War, a Japanese aircraft loaded with explosives and making a deliberate suicidal crash on an enemy target. The word, which is Japanese, comes from kami ‘divinity’ + kazenull...

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