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CHURCHES
CHURCH OF GREECE
BAPTIST CHURCHES
LUTHERAN CHURCH
EASTERN ORTHODOX
CHRISTMAS EVE
BAPTISTS
ARCHBISHOP
BISHOP
BISHOPS
PASTOR
PATRIARCH
PENTECOSTAL
PROTESTANTS
ACTS OF PAUL
ACTS OF PETER
ACTS OF PETER AND PAUL
ACTS OF PHILLIP
ACTUAL SIN
AD EXTIRPANDA
AENON
AGAPE FEAST
AKATHIST
ALDERSGATE DAY
ALEXANDER HISLOP
ALLOGENES
ALMONER
ALOGI
ALPHA AND OMEGA
AMANA SOCIETY
AMILLENNIALISM
ANAMELECH
ANGLICAN PROVINCE OF CHRIST THE KING
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APOCRYPHA
APOSTOLIC JOHANNITE CHURCH
APOSTOLIC CHURCH
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ASEITY
ASSYRIAN CHURCH
AUSTIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
AUSTRALIAN INLAND MISSION
BACK TO JERUSALEM
BAPTISM BY DESIRE
BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY
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Churches

  1. Churches are governed regionally and universally by bishops ( episkopos) in the lines of apostolic succession. (Web site)
  2. Churches are open all night for praying and people go to visit friends and families, often to villages in the mountains. (Web site)
  3. Churches are supposed to be a testimony to the light.
  4. Churches are governed by a system of councils. (Web site)
  5. Churches are "lampstands" and are therefore light-bearers.

Church of Greece

  1. The Church of Greece is also known as the "Greek Orthodox Church", but that term can also denote any Eastern Orthodox church that uses a Greek liturgy.
  2. The Church of Greece is one of the fourteen autocephalous Eastern Orthodox churches which make up the Eastern Orthodox Communion. (Web site)
  3. The Church of Greece is one of the sixteen autocephalous Eastern Orthodox churches which make up the Eastern Orthodox Communion.

Baptist Churches

  1. Baptist churches are congregational in matters of government. (Web site)
  2. Baptist churches are not under the direct administrative control of any other body, such as a national council, or a leader such as a bishop or pope.
  3. Baptist churches are often regarded as an Evangelical Protestant denomination originating from the English Puritan movement with Anabaptist influences.
  4. Baptist churches were established in Australia (1831) and New Zealand (1854) by missionaries of the English Baptist Missionary Society.
  5. Baptist churches were established in England long before the ejection.

Lutheran Church

  1. The Lutheran Church is the established state church of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Finland; Sweden disestablished its Lutheran state church in 2000. (Web site)
  2. The Lutheran church is one of the major Christian churches.
  3. The Lutheran church is one of the world’s major Christian churches.
  4. The Lutheran church is the oldest Protestant church.

Eastern Orthodox

  1. The Eastern Orthodox Church is the second largest single Christian communion in the world. (Web site)
  2. Hence, the expression "Eastern Orthodox Church" is admittedly a practical or functional expression, not a theological one.
  3. The Eastern Orthodox do not universally recognize Roman Catholics, Anglicans or any other group as having apostolic succession.

Christmas Eve

  1. Christmas Eve is the most important day of Christmas. (Web site)
  2. Christmas Eve is the most important day of Christmas in Colombia. (Web site)
  3. The Christmas Eve is the most important day. (Web site)
  4. Christmas Eve is also the name of a character in the Broadway musical Avenue Q.

Baptists

  1. Baptists are typically considered Protestants.
  2. Baptists are encouraged to discuss scriptural issues with their minister and other Christians when appropriate.
  3. Baptists were in the forefront of the struggle for religious freedom in both England and the United States. (Web site)
  4. Baptists were influential in the formation of the first civil government based on the separation of church and state in what is now Rhode Island.

Archbishop

  1. An archbishop is a bishop in charge of an archdiocese, which is a prestigious diocese. (Web site)
  2. An archbishop is a bishop in charge of an important diocese; however, an archbishop does not hold a higher rank than any other bishop. (Web site)

Bishop

  1. A bishop is an ordained person who holds a specific position of authority in any of a number of Christian churches.
  2. A bishop is an ordination member of the Christian clergy. (Web site)
  3. A bishop is an ordained member of the Christian clergy who holds a specific position of authority in any of a number of Christian churches. (Web site)
  4. A bishop is also a High priest in the Melchizedek Priesthood. (Web site)
  5. A bishop is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight. (Web site)

Bishops

  1. Bishops are of a higher rank than priests.
  2. Bishops are often chosen from among monks, and those who are not generally receive the monastic tonsure before their consecrations.
  3. Bishops are assisted by priests and deacons. (Web site)
  4. Bishops are almost always chosen from among monks, and those who are not generally receive the monastic tonsure before their consecrations. (Web site)
  5. Bishops are always celibate as they are selected from the ranks of monks (who are celibate). (Web site)

Pastor

  1. The pastor is a "star," not a doormat on which people wipe their feet.
  2. The pastor is the Rev.
  3. The pastor is the priest named by the bishop of the diocese as head of a parish. (Web site)
  4. The pastor is the shepherd who guides and teaches the sheep=believers. (Web site)

Patriarch

  1. The patriarch was also Abbot of the Holy Sepulchre, and was elected by the canons regular. (Web site)
  2. The patriarch was freer under the Turks, who gave him civil and religious jurisdiction over all the Orthodox within the Ottoman Empire. (Web site)

Pentecostal

  1. Pentecostal was used to refer to those who were a part of the churches and denominations that grew out of the earlier Azusa Street revival. (Web site)
  2. The term "Pentecostal" in the church's original name soon proved to be problematic.

Protestants

  1. Protestants are primarily concerned with whether a group's views and practices are consistent with the Bible, and to a lesser extent with the early Church.
  2. Protestants are welcome to post comments but restraint from attacks, would be appreciated.
  3. Protestants were also frequent targets of the Spanish Inquisition.

Acts of Paul

  1. Probably written about AD 160–180, the Acts of Paul is an account of the Apostle Paul's travels and teachings. (Web site)
  2. In regard to the so-called Acts of Paul, 597 597 ------ These --------------- are mentioned also in chap. (Web site)
  3. The Acts of Paul and Thecla are a second Century apocryphal or 'religious novel' of Paul and a young woman by the name of Thecla.

Acts of Peter

  1. The Acts of Peter is one of the earliest of the apocryphal acts of the apostles.
  2. The Acts of Peter were judged as heretical by Eusebius and the Gelasian Decree. (Web site)
  3. The Acts of Peter was originally composed in Greek during the second half of the 2d century, probably in Asia Minor.

Acts of Peter And Paul

  1. The Acts of Peter and Paul is a late text from the New Testament apocrypha, thought to date from after the 4th century.

Acts of Phillip

  1. Mariamne is another name of Mary Magdalene according to the Acts of Phillip.
  2. The only possible reference to Jesus being married is in a 14 th century manuscript (Acts of Phillip) that nobody deems credible.

Actual Sin

  1. In Roman Catholic theology an actual sin is specifically any willful thought, desire, word, action or omission forbidden by the law of God.
  2. A. Actual sin is any willful thought, word, deed, or omission contrary to the law of God.
  3. A. Actual sin may be committed in two ways: namely, by willfully doing things forbidden, or by willfully neglecting things commanded.

Ad Extirpanda

  1. Ad Extirpanda is the common text quoted by those that support torture.
  2. Ad Extirpanda was not issued to the church universal.
  3. Moreover, the church decreed severe chastisement against all laymen suspected of sympathy with Cathars (Council of Narbonne, 1235; Bull Ad extirpanda, 1252).

Aenon

  1. Aenon Baptist Church was first organized as a mission, in 1923 by Reverend Henry Greenlea. (Web site)
  2. Pastor Cherry continues to lead Aenon in several local, state and national Christian related initiatives. (Web site)
  3. And John also was baptizing in Aenon near to Salim, because there was much water there: and they came, and were baptized. (Web site)

Agape Feast

  1. The Agape Feast was a love feast celebrated in apostolic times on any day, in addition to the Eucharist.
  2. The Agape feast was one term used for certain meals celebrated by the early Christians. (Web site)

Akathist

  1. The akathist is one of the most ancient ornces or collection of prayers in the Byzantine Church.

Aldersgate Day

  1. Aldersgate Day is occasionally celebrated on the preceding Sunday.
  2. Yesterday was Aldersgate Day, the day we celebrate the anniversary of John Wesley-s (the founder of Methodism) Aldersgate experience.

Alexander Hislop

  1. Alexander Hislop (1807-1862) was a Scottish Protestant minister famous for his outspoken criticisms of the Roman Catholic Church. (Web site)
  2. The Two Babylons was an anti-Catholic religious pamphlet produced initially by the Scottish theologian and Protestant Presbyterian Alexander Hislop in 1853.
  3. Dieser Artikel basiert auf dem Artikel Alexander Hislop aus der freien Enzyklop--die Wikipedia und steht unter der GNU-Lizenz f--r freie Dokumentation.

Allogenes

  1. And then the all-glorious one, Youel, said to me, "O Allogenes, of course, the Triple-Male is something beyond substance. (Web site)
  2. She made a revelation to me and said: "No one is able to hear these things except the great powers alone, O Allogenes. (Web site)

Almoner

  1. Almoners were attached to the courts to the kings of France and Charles VIII had a Grand Almoner in his employ.
  2. The almoner gathered leftovers from the table, made gifts of cloth and tallow to the poor.
  3. Almoner (from Latin Almosunartius) is a chaplain or church officer who was in charge of distributing charity.

Alogi

  1. The Alogi were a group of heretics to the Christian church in the second century.

Alpha And Omega

  1. In the Book of Revelation, God says, ---I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last,--- meaning that God remains from the beginning to the end of time. (Web site)
  2. Therefore the letters Alpha and Omega in juxtaposition are often used as a Christian visual symbol (see examples).
  3. Revelation uses Alpha and Omega of both the Father (21:6; cf.

Amana Society

  1. The Amana Society is a Christian religion and the members believe in the teaching of the bible,"the scriptural teachings of Jesus Christ". (Web site)
  2. The Amana Society is a jack of almost all trades. (Web site)

Amillennialism

  1. Amillennialism was the dominant view of the Protestant Reformation.
  2. Amillennialism was the dominant view of the Protestant Reformers. (Web site)

Anamelech

  1. In Christian demonology, Anamelech is a demon worshipped alongside Adramelech, the sun god. (Web site)
  2. Some sources claim Anamelech is the moon goddess while Andramalech is the sun god.
  3. Anamelech, Anomylech (Assyrian) bearer of bad news.

Anglican Province of Christ The King

  1. The Anglican Province of Christ the King is a continuing Anglican church with traditional forms both of doctrine and liturgy.

Anomoean

  1. After 360 the Anomoean Arians ceased to be formidable. (Web site)
  2. He vehemently denounced the blasphemies of the bold Anomoean, Eudoxius, bp. (Web site)

Apocrypha

  1. The Apocrypha is a collection of books, generally dated before the first advent of Christ, and included in the bibles of many Christians.
  2. The Apocrypha is a collection of sacred texts for Christians to rediscover.

Apostolic Johannite Church

  1. The Apostolic Johannite Church is a bridge-building organisation with traditionally-styled rites, understood via a Gnostic interpretation.

Apostolic Church

  1. The Apostolic Church was the first Pentecostal denomination in the United Kingdom, founded in the early twentieth century and has expanded across the world. (Web site)
  2. A Apostolic Church is the fastest growing church in the globe. (Web site)
  3. The Apostolic Church is the fastest growing church in the world.

Apples of Gold

  1. Apples of Gold is a fully licensed and insured company.
  2. Apples of Gold is a powerful parable about the beauty of sexual purity and the prize that awaits those who are committed to the keeping of such a gift.

Arabic Infancy Gospel

  1. The Arabic Infancy Gospel is one of the texts found in the New Testament apocrypha concerning the infancy of Jesus.

Aseity

  1. The term Aseity is used to describe One who is the Ultimate Being.
  2. Christian view of aseity. (Web site)
  3. Therefore, since the bringing forth of the Son is intrinsic to the aseity of the Father, the aseity of the Father includes the person of the Son. (Web site)

Assyrian Church

  1. The Assyrian Church is the original Christian church in what was once Parthia; eastern Iraq and Iran. (Web site)
  2. The Assyrian Church is the original Christian church in what was once Parthia; today Iraq and western Iran. (Web site)
  3. The Assyrian church was not allowed to choose a new Catholicos, and its theological tradition was undermined by Henana.

Austin Graduate School of Theology

  1. Austin Graduate School Of Theology is an accredited school that provides four year degrees in Texas.
  2. Austin Graduate School Of Theology: A Private not-for-profit, less-than 2-year institution with 66 students in Austin, TX.
  3. Austin Graduate School of Theology is a seminary associated with the Churches of Christ. (Web site)
  4. The Austin Graduate School of Theology is a seminary associated with the Churches of Christ, which exists to promote knowledge, understanding, and .
  5. The Austin Graduate School of Theology is a theological college associated with the Churches of Christ.

Australian Inland Mission

  1. The Presbyterian Inland Mission is the successor in the Presbyterian Church of Australia to the work of the Australian Inland Mission, founded by Rev. (Web site)
  2. The General Assembly acted upon Flynn's recommendations and appointed him the head of a new organisation, the Australian Inland Mission (AIM).
  3. Gretchen Miller: You're listening to Encounter on ABC Radio National, and we're exploring the history and legacy of the Australian Inland Mission. (Web site)

Back To Jerusalem

  1. The Back to Jerusalem vision is something that thousands of Chinese Christians are willing to die for.
  2. As their website states: "The Back to Jerusalem vision (BJV) is a passion of the house churches of China. (Web site)
  3. They were the first contemporary team of Back to Jerusalem missionaries, the first-fruits of a great flood to come.

Baptism By Desire

  1. Luke 23:43 - the good thief, although not baptized, shows that there is also a baptism by desire, as Jesus says to him that he will be in paradise. (Web site)
  2. The Catholic Church has useful categories: Baptism by water, baptism by blood, and baptism by desire.

Baptist Missionary Society

  1. Baptist churches were established in Australia (1831) and New Zealand (1854) by missionaries of the English Baptist Missionary Society.
  2. William Carey led in the formation of the Baptist Missionary Society in England.

Categories

  1. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Orthodox > En > C > H > U > Church" > Church< > A > Jurisdictions. / (Web site)
  2. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Catholicism > Not In Communion With Rome > Autocephalous Churches > Old Catholic > Independent Jurisdictions > American Catholic En > C > H > U > Church" > Church< > A > In The United States. / (Web site)
  3. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Baptist > Baptist Groups > Baptist Union of Australia. (Web site)
  4. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Anglican > En > C > H > U > Church" > Church< > A > of England In South Africa. / (Web site)
  5. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Esoteric And Occult > Anthroposophy > The Christian Community. (Web site)

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