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The Istanbul Municipality handed over its rights to multi-sports team Beikta J.K. after the arena's construction and opening in 2004. Currently the team arena is renamed as BJK Integral Arena due to the sponsorship agreement with the Integral Forex.

Located on 45 dunams of land property, Akatlar Arena contains six tennis courts, four synthetic pitches, a covered car park, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness centre, Turkey's biggest bowling club, a shopping centre, and several restaurants, all on approximately 8,500 m2 (91,000 sq ft). There is a 120 m2 (1,300 sq ft) cafeteria, five buffets serving the spectators during matches and exhibitions, VIP resting rooms, and three big and four small lodges for total of 80 persons. The arena has seven entrances (three for visiting-team supporters), and a different entrance and car park also for VIPs. With complete precautions for fire hazards, there is also a generator placed in case of electrical power outages. A terrace is available for use in summer time. There are four different locker rooms, which permit the arena to hold two consecutive matches. Each locker room has ten shower baths, three urinals, as well as private wardrobes and massage rooms. There are also four locker rooms for referees.

There are no regularly scheduled flights to this airport, but chartered or private planes can land at this air strip. Benjina is located in on the west side of the Aru Islands, south of the city of Dobo, on the island of Maikoor.

Needlepoint includes some leading Norwegian jazz musicians according to Tor Hammer. The band started out as a trio with Bjrn Klakegg, Nikolai Eilertsen and Thomas Strnen in 2010 releasing the album The Woods Are Not What They Seem (2010). David Wallumrd joined the team in 2012 and the album Outside The Screen was released the same year. Finally Olaf Olsen known from Bigbang, replaced Thomas Strnen in 2014. The latest album Aimless Mary was released in 2015. They operate in a soundscape somewhere between psychedelic 1970's rock and jazz-rock. Needlepoint have played at several festivals in Norway, at different clubs, and has also been touring in China. In November 2013 they played in Paris, and appeared at 2016 Nattjazz in Bergen, Norway.

Historically, Christianity has used various metaphors to describe its rite of initiation, that is, spiritual regeneration via the sacrament of baptism by the power of the water and the spirit. This remains the common understanding in most of Christendom, held, for example, in Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, Anglicanism, Lutheranism, and in much of Protestantism. However, sometime after the Reformation, Evangelicalism attributed greater significance to the expression born again as an experience of religious conversion (Heb 10:16), symbolized by deep-water baptism, and rooted in a commitment to one's own personal faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. This same belief is, historically, also an integral part of Methodist doctrine, and is connected with the doctrine of Justification. According to Encyclopdia Britannica: 'Rebirth' has often been identified with a definite, temporally datable form of 'conversion'. ... With the voluntaristic type, rebirth is expressed in a new alignment of the will, in the liberation of new capabilities and powers that were hitherto undeveloped in the person concerned. With the intellectual type, it leads to an activation of the capabilities for understanding, to the breakthrough of a "vision". With others it leads to the discovery of an unexpected beauty in the order of nature or to the discovery of the mysterious meaning of history. With still others it leads to a new vision of the moral life and its orders, to a selfless realization of love of neighbour. ... each person affected perceives his life in Christ at any given time as newness of life. According to J. Gordon Melton: Born again is a phrase used by many Protestants to describe the phenomenon of gaining faith in Jesus Christ. It is an experience when everything they have been taught as Christians becomes real, and they develop a direct and personal relationship with God. According to Andrew Purves and Charles Partee: Sometimes the phrase seems to be judgmental, making a distinction between genuine and nominal Christians. Sometimes ... descriptive, like the distinction between liberal and conservative Christians. Occasionally, the phrase seems historic, like the division between Catholic and Protestant Christians. ... [the term] usually includes the notion of human choice in salvation and excludes a view of divine election by grace alone. The term born again has become widely associated with the evangelical Christian renewal since the late 1960s, first in the United States and then around the world. Associated perhaps initially with Jesus People and the Christian counterculture, born again came to refer to a conversion experience, accepting Jesus Christ as lord and savior in order to be saved from hell and given eternal life with God in heaven, and was increasingly used as a term to identify devout believers. By the mid-1970s, born again Christians were increasingly referred to in the mainstream media as part of the born again movement. In 1976, Watergate conspirator Chuck Colson's book Born Again gained international notice. Time magazine named him "One of the 25 most influential Evangelicals in America." The term was sufficiently prevalent so that during the year's presidential campaign, Democratic party nominee Jimmy Carter described himself as "born again" in the first Playboy magazine interview of an American presidential candidate. Colson describes his path to faith in conjunction with his criminal imprisonment and played a significant role in solidifying the "born again" identity as a cultural construct in the US. He writes that his spiritual experience followed considerable struggle and hesitancy to have a "personal encounter with God." He recalls: while I sat alone staring at the sea I love, words I had not been certain I could understand or say fell from my lips: "Lord Jesus, I believe in You. I accept You. Please come into my life. I commit it to You." With these few words...came a sureness of mind that matched the depth of feeling in my heart. There came something more: strength and serenity, a wonderful new assurance about life, a fresh perception of myself in the world around me. Jimmy Carter was the first President of the United States to publicly declare that he was born-again, in 1976. By the 1980 campaign, all three major candidates stated that they had been born again. Sider and Knippers state that "Ronald Reagan's election that fall [was] aided by the votes of 61% of 'born-again' white Protestants." The Gallup Organization reported that "In 2003, 42% of U.S. adults said they were born-again or evangelical; the 2004 percentage is 41%" and that, "Black Americans are far more likely to identify themselves as born-again or evangelical, with 63% of blacks saying they are born-again, compared with 39% of white Americans. Republicans are far more likely to say they are born-again (52%) than Democrats (36%) or independents (32%)." Haiven refers to "born-agains" as having "a type of intolerance". She says, "The instant and thoughtless panaceas of born-again Christianity will be seen as a vast sanctuary by millions of North Americans." She continues, "Is this sanctuary really a recruitment camp for right-wing movements? It would be naive to think otherwise." The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics, referring to several studies, reports "that 'born-again' identification is associated with lower support for government anti-poverty programs." It also notes that "self-reported born-again" Christianity, "strongly shapes attitudes towards economic policy."