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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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only a few thousands of years old, based typically on a literal interpretation of Genesis chapter 1.
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the act of transferring meaning between languages
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A tag for any of the Bible's prophets, including the writing prophets (Isaiah to Malachi) and the non-writing prophets such as Samuel, Nathan, Elijah, or Elisha, as well as prophets from the New Testa…
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The separation of Catholic and Protestant churches in the 16th century
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the unmerited favor of God, from the Greek 'charis' meaning a gift (from God)
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The primary and most well-known work in LDS scripture.
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no God or gods.
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doctrine and practice regarding children
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Referring to the religion founded in 622 ad by Mohammed
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Relating to special abilities given by good for the edification of the church and described in the NT. examples include you tues, prophecy, preaching, teaching, and service.
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teachings about women or female characters
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Jesus Christ, the second person of the Holy Trinity.
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Writings considered as sacred by a particular religion or group.
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the theory explaining how lifeforms develop from simpler, different lifeforms
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relating to the doctrine of life that occurs after death and does not end
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Second king of Israel and author of many psalms.
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Technically a distinct style of Music, generally referring to the music typically sung in a worship service.
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Questions relating to the process by which the Divine became flesh
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The church that follows the teachings of Martin Luther, the founder
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Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963), a British author
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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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The first man, as depicted in the book of Genesis.
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Questions regarding christian book other than the canonical scripture
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Questions about Christianity in general, as a summary of all denominations.
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A hermeneutical approach in which the Bible is understood as accurate historical narrative throughout, with the exception of parts clearly stated not to be so.
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Languages spoken by Biblic characters, linguistic approaches in Bible study and meeting of faith and finer points of language such as using God's name in vain.
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Hymns, choruses and other uses of music in worship.
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Questions regarding the spiritual part of a person that is believed to give life to the body and is considered to be immortal
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The traditional component of a person, distinct from 'body' and 'mind'.
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Questions regarding emotional or physical pain, distress, or hardship. Its relation to Theology, Christian Life and practice.
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A weekly day of rest and/or time of worship.
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the first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy)
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Missions refers to people or groups sent out from a church to do specific Christian work, for either a long or short period. This is often evangelism, but may also refer to other work such as relief, …
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the event of Adam and Eve rebelling against God
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The practicing of refusing food in order to focus exclusively on the presence of God