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Decision
Decisiveness
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Decision
Decision [Heb. mišpāṭ] (Dt. 17:8f, 11; Prov. 16:33; Zeph. 3:8); AV JUDGMENT, DISPOSING, DETERMINATION; NEB LAWSUIT, SENTENCE, INSTRUCTION, ISSUE, “mine it is” (Zeph. 3:8); [dāḇār, dāḇar] (Dt. 17:9; 2 S. 14:13); AV SENTENCE, “speak”; NEB SENTENCE, “out of your own mouth”; [tôrâ] (Ex. 18:16,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DECISION
DECISION<de-sizh’-un>: Has several different shades of meaning. It expresses the formation of a judgment on a matter under consideration. It expresses the quality of being firm or positive in one’s actions. It expresses the termination of a contest or question in favor of one side or the other, as the
Pocket Dictionary of Liturgy & Worship
Decision
decision. In the *revival service of worship, the faith-action on the part of the listener to “accept Christ” or, if already a Christian, to rededicate one’s life, often involving the physical act of responding to an *altar call.
Pocket Dictionary of Ethics
Decision Making
decision making. The process whereby an individual or *community chooses a particular course of action that results in specific outcomes. For most people or societies, decision making is guided by a fluctuating set of values, goals, moral *obligations and historical precedence. Many ethicists understand
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Decision
DECISION, dē̇-sizh′un: Has several different shades of meaning. It expresses the formation of a judgment on a matter under consideration. It expresses the quality of being firm or positive in one’s actions. It expresses the termination of a contest or question in favor of one side or the other, as the