A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions asking for help finding a particular work or Bible verse.
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a false teaching on a particular subject
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The great flood recorded in the Genesis which Noah survived by building an Ark.
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evil supernatural beings.
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The practice of sexual relations with members of the same gender, or an sexual attraction to members of the same gender
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Sacred rites, especially those of the Catholic and Orthodox churches.
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used to tag questions that are about the relationship between Christianity and Science.
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a branch of Christianity with an emphasis on personal conversion, biblical authority and proclamation of the gospel.
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The second book of the Bible, describing the departure of the Israelites from Egypt.
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Attitudes, practices and values of a group or institution.
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relating to the descendants of Jacob (the Hebrew peoples whose story comprises the history of the OT) or the country which has historically been called Caanan, Palestine, or Israel
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morally positive or negative behaviors, desires, etc
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Jesus' birth, the events around it, and the festivities the celebrate those events.
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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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Ten laws inscribed upon stone tablets by God atop Mount Sinai, which Moses presented to his followers.
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Relating to questions about heaven, hell, limbo, purgatory, and all states after a person dies
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The church that follows the teachings of Martin Luther, the founder
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Referring to the Biblical character of Abram (renamed Abraham), who appears in Genesis 12 - 22
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Those "sent out", including Jesus' Twelve Apostles and later equivalents.
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the state of consecrated life of a priest. Questions regarding the office and/or the sacrament of Priesthood.
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A holy person of God, depending on the tradition can refer to"the communion of saints" (I.e. All believers) or be restricted only to those who have undergone a formal review, beatification, and proof …
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Sacrament of Penance and confession of sins in general.
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A form of worship service laid down in advance and often taking the form of a standard pattern.
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the patriarch that lead the people of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land
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A branch of philosophy that addresses questions about morality
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Animal (and human) sacrifices in Mosaic law and similar practices in Christianity. Might be suitable for sacrificial aspect of Jesus' death on cross or of Eucharist too.
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Referring to the Church of England or those churches in other countries that are in full Communion with it (e.g. The Episcopal Church in the US)
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Referring to the religion founded in 622 ad by Mohammed
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The primary and most well-known work in LDS scripture.
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An epistemological understanding in which the adherent gives tacit assent to the thing
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only a few thousands of years old, based typically on a literal interpretation of Genesis chapter 1.
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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.
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Outward practice of one's religion in worship or prayer expressed through rituals and ceremonies.
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The Protestant denominations characterized by the need for professing believers baptism.