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the theological study of the Christian Church. Questions related to church's origins, its role in salvation, its polity, its discipline, its destiny, and its leadership can be asked un…
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.
Relating to special abilities given by good for the edification of the church and described in the NT, such as prophecy, healing, speaking in tongues, teaching, and service.
In Catholicism, the change by which the bread and the wine used in the Eucharist become the body and blood of Christ.
Questions on works and thought St. Augustine of Hippo, an early Christian author, philosopher and theologian, and their reflections in doctrine of various denominations.
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…
Questions about the temple or tabernacle, or about typology involving the temple
The traditional component of a person, distinct from 'body' and 'mind'.
Idolatory can mean literally, as in the worship of created physical objects, or metaphorically, meaning giving some other thing or concept priority over God.
Questions regarding the declared statements of faith/belief of Christian communities.
John Calvin (1509-1564) was a French reformer and a prominent Reformed theologian
Relating to the stories told by Jesus in the Gospels to make a theological point.
An epistemological understanding in which the adherent gives tacit assent to the thing
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…
Questions about Biblical and church teachings on the handling of and use for money.
the branch of Christianity that places special emphasis on being filled with the Spirit or baptized in the Spirit. It includes classic Pentecostalism associated with the Asuza Street…
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, …
for questions about the origin of Christian writings, especially scripture.
John the Baptist was a teacher and prophet considered to be a forerunner of Jesus Christ whom he later baptized.
accurate and totally free of error, especially (but not only) as applied to the Bible or the Church.
The scholarly discipline of identifying and removing transcription errors in texts like the Bible
Saint Thomas Aquinas was a well known theologian from the Middle Ages, author of the Summa Theologica.
Questions pertaining to the nature of Jesus' humanity and divinity.
referring to the process or moment in which an individual's sins are forgiven - distinct from sanctification, in that the latter refers to the process or moment in which a person is made fit for stand…
The practicing of refusing food in order to focus exclusively on the presence of God
Authority of God, the Bible, the Church, etc. For earthly authorities, consider [civil-government].