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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
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The New Testament epistle to the Hebrews
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dealing with unbelief or objections based in reason to Christian doctrines or practice
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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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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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Relating to the name of Y'shua, Jesus of Nazereth, also called the Christ.
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Questions on inerrancy of Bible, Pope or other authorities.
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Paul's letter to Romans
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Questions asking for help finding a particular work or Bible verse.
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Referring to the actual order of worship by various groups
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The eschatological event in which Christians will be "caught up in the air".
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the first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy)
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A contribution of one tenth, mandated in ancient Israel, and also sometimes levied by the church through its history. The term is also sometimes used for modern-day contributions to the church.
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a branch of Reformed Protestantism. Presbyterian churches derive their name from the presbyterian form of church government, which is government by representative assemblies of elde…
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Relating to the stories told by Jesus in the Gospels to make a theological point.
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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
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Third book of Moses, part of Torah.
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The King James Version of the bible. Also known as the Authorised Version.
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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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Second king of Israel and author of many psalms.
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The act of changing from one religion (or none) to another.
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Relationship between Old Testament Law and New Testament Gospel.
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The descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob(Israel).
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the process of civil government
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a primarily Catholic doctrine (but not exclusively) involving a possibly temporary in-between place that is neither heaven or hell.
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the doctrine that the Bible contains all knowledge necessary for salvation and holiness
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Relationship between an individual Christian and God, and different ways to perceive or live this relationship.
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an incitement to sin whether by persuasion or by the offer of some good or pleasure.