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For questions about general beliefs, attitudes and practices - ancient or modern - of a group, or Christian attitudes towards these. This includes questions about Christian culture and how Christians…
The separation of Catholic and Protestant churches in the 16th century
The practice of sexual relations with members of the same gender, or a sexual attraction to members of the same gender
Jesus' birth, the events around it, and the festivities the celebrate those events.
the patriarch that lead the people of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land
The King James Version of the bible. Also known as the Authorised Version.
Writings considered as sacred by a particular religion or group. For questions on how an idea is supported from scripture use the "biblical-basis" tag.
used to tag questions that are about the relationship between Christianity and Science.
The Protestant denominations characterized by the need for professing believers baptism.
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.
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.
The act of transferring meaning between languages, including the Bible and works of the church fathers. Please use the bible-translation tag for questions on translation of the Bible.
Ten laws inscribed upon stone tablets by God atop Mount Sinai, which Moses presented to his followers.
the unmerited favor of God, from the Greek 'charis' meaning a gift (from God)
For questions about "uncovering" the historical figure of Jesus. That is, questions about the "ordinary" aspects of Jesus' life such as what He did and said while on Earth, as opposed to questions ab…
For questions related to the date or relative order of events within the Bible.
The persons, or "hypostases," of the Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Referring to the Biblical character of Abram (renamed Abraham), who appears in Genesis 12 - 22
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…
the traditional Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Questions relating to the process by which the Divine became flesh