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One of the original 12 disciples. He was from Bethsaida in Galilee. Peter was crucified upside down as a result of his faith. He is considered to be the first Bishop and the first Pope by the Roman Ca…
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Relating to the stories told by Jesus in the Gospels to make a theological point.
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Questions related to food and dietary restrictions in the Bible and Christian context
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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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the theory explaining how lifeforms develop from simpler, different lifeforms
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Third book of Moses, part of Torah.
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Questions about Christianity in general, as a summary of all denominations.
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Idolatory can mean literally, as in the worship of created physical objects, or metaphorically, meaning giving some other thing or concept priority over God.
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John the Baptist was a teacher and prophet considered to be a forerunner of Jesus Christ whom he later baptized.
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The dissolution of a marital union, not to be confused with annulment
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Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963), a British author
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for questions about the origin of Christian writings, especially scripture.
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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 descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob(Israel).
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The final events of Jesus' life that led up to his crucifixion including His entry into Jerusalem, the Last Supper, the Garden of Gethsemane, and His arrest and trial.
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A weekly day of rest and/or time of worship.
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Saint Thomas Aquinas was a well known theologian from the Middle Ages, author of the Summa Theologica.
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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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The birth of Jesus of Nazareth.
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accurate and totally free of error, especially (but not only) as applied to the Bible or the Church.
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The language of Greece and the Greek Empire, a form of which (Koine greek) was spoken in the early centuries AD and in which early manuscripts of the New Testament were written.
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The first man, as depicted in the book of Genesis.
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In Catholicism, the change by which the bread and the wine used in the Eucharist become the body and blood of Christ.
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Questions about the temple or tabernacle, or about typology involving the temple
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Questions asking for help finding a book or other resource that meets specific requirements. For help finding a particular quote or Bible verse, use the "reference-request" tag instead.
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an incitement to sin whether by persuasion or by the offer of some good or pleasure.
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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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no God or gods.
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questions about concept and doctrine of the fellowship of all believers, in all places and times
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relating to the doctrine of life that occurs after death and does not end
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Questions related to Genealogies listed in the books of the Bible
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Questions about Biblical and church teachings on the handling of and use for money.
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The act of changing from one religion (or none) to another.
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View of salvation based on the teaching of Jacob Arminius. The free will of mankind is emphasized in this view.