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18th century Protestant preacher and theologian
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An 8th century Syrian monk and priest
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As opposed to pacifism, Just War Theory presupposes that while war is generally undesirable, there are circumstances that justify it. It is a concept that has been particularly addressed and developed…
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A doctrine that teaches God not only knows the future, but also what people will freely choose to do in all possible situations.
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A doctrine of Christ emphasizing the disunion between the human and divine natures of Jesus
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Mysterious men referenced in Genesis 6:4 and Numbers 13:33
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Mark the Evangelist, the author of the Gospel of Mark, or John Mark, Paul's assistant
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The replacement for Judas as twelfth apostle according to Acts 1
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The Old Testament speaks of "giants" who lived in the land of Canaan. There is much disagreement over whether their giantism had a spiritual or natural cause, or whether they were even historical at a…
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Moral maxim taught by Jesus; commonly rendered "do to others as you would have them do to you"
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a (self-proclaimedly) scientific framework for deciding if something is probably designed or has otherwise come into being
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3rd/4th century priest and theologian, and translator of the Vulgate
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A 1970 rock opera loosely based on the Gospel accounts of the last week of Jesus's life
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The second son of Abraham and the father of Jacob and Esau
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An Apostolic Father, student of John the Apostle, and martyr
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The older brother of Jacob, and son of Isaac and Rebekah
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admonitions from John Calvin's book _The Institutes of Christian Religion_
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Men who have been castrated.
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the philosophical position that for every event, including human action, there exists conditions that could cause no other event.
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