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The branch of Christian theology relating to the person, nature, and role of Christ
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Questions regarding different translations of the Bible from the original Hebrew and Greek texts.
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Christian interpretations of the rules and regulations established in the Old Testament by God through Moses
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A Gentile-oriented "orderly account" of the ministry of Jesus attributed to Luke the physician as the "former book" mentioned in Acts of the Apostles.
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Questions concerning the office and the role of the pope.
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Relating to first several centuries of the Christian church; usually considered to end in the 4th century
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the last book of the New Testament, a record of the apocalyptic vision given to the Apostle John.
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The Apostle Paul was the writer of many Epistles in the New Testament. He brought the Gospel to the Gentiles.
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relating to the theological definition of anthropology - that set of doctrines which attempt to understand how God created the spirit, soul, and mind of a human being, and to ascertain that for which …
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For questions about the Church Fathers, a term applied to eminent theologians and church leaders of the immediate post-apostolic age.
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spiritual beings often depicted as messengers of God in the Old Testament and New Testament. There are also fallen angels, who chose to follow Satan.
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The group known as the Jehovah's Witnesses was founded in the 1870s. They originally called themselves Bible Students, but they changed to their current name in 1931.
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The New Testament books describing the life of Jesus: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
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Apparent contradictions between or within passages of the Bible
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Referring to one of the two historical sources of theology (Scripture, Tradition). Relates to questions that ask about practices that have historically been the norm, and typically looking for an ori…
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The event in which Jesus Christ was placed and subsequently executed on the cross.
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refers to both sexual intercourse and gender identity and expression.
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Questions asking for help finding a particular quote or Bible verse. For requests to find entire works meeting certain requirements, use the "resource-request" tag instead.
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Defenses of religious positions using reason. This tag should only be used with respect to disagreements with religions other than Christianity.
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Relating to the biblical characters Adam and/or Eve, appearing in Genesis 1 - 3, and representing the first two created human beings
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a list of books considered to be authoritative as scripture by a particular religious community.
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The religion, philosophy, and culture of Jewish people, based on the Hebrew Bible, especially the Torah, and on other ancient Jewish texts and traditions.
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Outward practice of one's religion in worship or prayer expressed through rituals and ceremonies.
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in a state of sin resulting from The Fall
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The fifth book of the New Testament, giving an account of the lives of the apostles after Jesus' death and resurrection, and the development of the early church.
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For questions about the government's authority, how Christians should interact with secular governments, the relationship between Church and state, and the relationship between Christianity and secula…
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Questions about the origins of beliefs, concepts, and terminology
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The act of glorifying God
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Actions of God not explained by normal laws of physics, chemistry, biology, or the natural sciences
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Martin Luther, the 16th-century reformer of the Roman Catholic Church
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The ability of agents to make choices free from certain kinds of constraints
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The doctrine that all events have been willed by God
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an organized group of believers that gather together or congregations
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The release from guilt, obligation or punishment that was due because of sin.
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Relating to the biblical concept of love, usually translated from the Greek words - Agape (God's love), Philos (Brotherly love), or Eros (Romantic Love).
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The practice of representing things by means of symbols or of attributing symbolic meanings or significance to objects, events, or relationships.