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The Catholic Church and its teachings and views on specific subjects.
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the interpretation of a Biblical text, to explore its meaning, significance and relevance. Exegesis questions should generally specify which perspective is desired. If you don't want ques…
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the way in which a practice or belief is derived from Scripture. Use this tag to ask how Christians use the Bible to derive a specific belief.
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For questions related to the life of Jesus on earth. For primarily theological questions, use the 'christology' tag instead.
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The history of the Church following the book of Acts
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Questions about the history, composition and canon of the Bible. Don't use this tag for beliefs and practices in the Bible.
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The nature of God includes all aspects and characteristics attributed directly to the person of God, possibly including all the omni- aspects (e.g. omniscience), love, hate, persons (e.g. the Trinity)…
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly called Mormons
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For questions related to history generally. Use the [church-history] tag for the history of the post-NT church.
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the study of the mechanisms by which an individual is saved
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a broad tradition referring to the churches which broke from the Roman Catholic Church during the 16th Century and those that descended from them.
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an act or state of disobedience towards God.
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the first book of the Old Testament, a narrative starting with creation.
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A branch of Protestantism emphasizing the sovereignty of God and his covenants with humanity. Also known as Calvinism.
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The doctrine of the three-personhood of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; who, though existing in three distinct persons and work towards different arenas, are the same God, of the same mind, and the…
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Doctrine, practice, saints and other topics around Eastern Orthodox (Greek, Russian etc.) Church.
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The book of the Bible describing Jesus' life, usually attributed to Matthew.
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The branch of Christian theology relating to the person, nature, and role of Christ
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questions regarding the meaning or usage of Christian terminology
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the part of theology concerned with the final events in history
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for questions about attitudes and doctrines regarding marriage. For questions relating specifically to same-sex marriage and polygamy, use the appropriate tags.
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The way in which believers communicate to God
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comprised of the writings of ancient Israel held sacred by both Jews and Christians.
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a place of eternal life, in the presence of God.
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Mary (the mother of Jesus)
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A ritual or symbol of admission to the body of Christians, generally performed by immersion or sprinkling with water.
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A sacrament initiated by Jesus where his followers remember his death on the cross by eating bread and wine
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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 process whereby God brought the heavens and the earth, and all of their diverse contents, into existence
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An account of the public ministry of Jesus according to his disciple/apostle John
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Relating to "the Evil One," often called Lucifer, the Devil, Beelzebub, or Satan.
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Questions regarding different translations of the Bible from the original Hebrew and Greek texts.
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For surveys of Christian denominations. For the concept of "denomination," see [denomination], and for comparing denominations, use [comparative-christianity]
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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 practice of day-to-day living in a Christian manner.
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Questions concerning the office and the role of the pope.