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The second book of the Bible, describing the departure of the Israelites from Egypt.
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The ability of agents to make choices free from certain kinds of constraints
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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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Churches of an Anglican heritage descended from the Protestant reformation in England
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the Catholic celebration of the Eucharist.
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The church that follows the teachings of Martin Luther, the founder
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Laws and regulations made by Church leadership for the government of a church and its members.
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Relating to the biblical concept of love, usually translated from the Greek words - Agape (God's love), Philos (Brotherly love), or Eros (Romantic Love).
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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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The differentiation among intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are good (or right) and bad (or wrong).
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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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Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth.
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an organized group of believers that gather together or congregations
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Relating to questions about heaven, hell, limbo, purgatory, and all states after a person dies
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Used for questions about the Gospel of Mark (the second gospel in the Bible) and the doctrines, passages, verses, or teachings found therein. Questions about the gospel author, Mark, should be tagged…
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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 release from guilt, obligation or punishment that was due because of sin.
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evil supernatural beings.
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A summary of Roman Catholic doctrine issued by the Catholic Church.
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raising from the dead in general; for the resurrection of Jesus specifically, use the resurrection-of-jesus tag
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Paul's letter to Romans
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For questions seeking comparisons of two or more denominations. For the concept of "denomination," use [denomination], and for surveys of Christian denominations, use [denomination-survey].
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Sacrament of Penance and confession of sins in general.
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Those "sent out", including Jesus' Twelve Apostles and later equivalents.
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referred to by a variety of names and titles. Use this tag for questions about the meaning and/or use of those names/titles. It can also be used for questions about titl…
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to ask for help finding a particular resource, such as an out of print book, or a dataset relating to Christianity
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The great flood recorded in the Genesis which Noah survived by building an Ark.
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For questions about diets supported or prohibited by Christian denominations
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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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only a few thousand years old, typically based on a literal interpretation of Genesis 1.
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Central tenant of Christianity, that Jesus Christ rose from the dead following his crucifixion
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The teachings, parables, and other specific quotes attributed to Jesus in the New Testament
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Philosophical approaches in theology and relationship between philosophy and faith.
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Questions regarding Christian atonement which describes how human beings can be reconciled to God.
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morally positive or negative behaviors, desires, etc.; also for use on questions about the nature of good and/or evil
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The church of the 5th to 15th centuries, following the early church and leading up to the Reformation.