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- Churches are governed regionally and universally by bishops ( episkopos) in the lines of apostolic succession.
- Churches are open all night for praying and people go to visit friends and families, often to villages in the mountains.
- Churches are supposed to be a testimony to the light.
- Churches are governed by a system of councils.
- Churches are "lampstands" and are therefore light-bearers.
- 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.
- The Church of Greece is one of the fourteen autocephalous Eastern Orthodox churches which make up the Eastern Orthodox Communion.
- The Church of Greece is one of the sixteen autocephalous Eastern Orthodox churches which make up the Eastern Orthodox Communion.
- Baptist churches are congregational in matters of government.
- 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.
- Baptist churches are often regarded as an Evangelical Protestant denomination originating from the English Puritan movement with Anabaptist influences.
- Baptist churches were established in Australia (1831) and New Zealand (1854) by missionaries of the English Baptist Missionary Society.
- Baptist churches were established in England long before the ejection.
- The Lutheran Church is the established state church of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Finland; Sweden disestablished its Lutheran state church in 2000.
- The Lutheran church is one of the major Christian churches.
- The Lutheran church is one of the world’s major Christian churches.
- The Lutheran church is the oldest Protestant church.
- The Eastern Orthodox Church is the second largest single Christian communion in the world.
- Hence, the expression "Eastern Orthodox Church" is admittedly a practical or functional expression, not a theological one.
- The Eastern Orthodox do not universally recognize Roman Catholics, Anglicans or any other group as having apostolic succession.
- Christmas Eve is the most important day of Christmas.
- Christmas Eve is the most important day of Christmas in Colombia.
- The Christmas Eve is the most important day.
- Christmas Eve is also the name of a character in the Broadway musical Avenue Q.
- Baptists are typically considered Protestants.
- Baptists are encouraged to discuss scriptural issues with their minister and other Christians when appropriate.
- Baptists were in the forefront of the struggle for religious freedom in both England and the United States.
- 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.
- An archbishop is a bishop in charge of an archdiocese, which is a prestigious diocese.
- An archbishop is a bishop in charge of an important diocese; however, an archbishop does not hold a higher rank than any other bishop.
- A bishop is an ordained person who holds a specific position of authority in any of a number of Christian churches.
- A bishop is an ordination member of the Christian clergy.
- 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.
- A bishop is also a High priest in the Melchizedek Priesthood.
- A bishop is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight.
- Bishops are of a higher rank than priests.
- Bishops are often chosen from among monks, and those who are not generally receive the monastic tonsure before their consecrations.
- Bishops are assisted by priests and deacons.
- Bishops are almost always chosen from among monks, and those who are not generally receive the monastic tonsure before their consecrations.
- Bishops are always celibate as they are selected from the ranks of monks (who are celibate).
- The pastor is a "star," not a doormat on which people wipe their feet.
- The pastor is the Rev.
- The pastor is the priest named by the bishop of the diocese as head of a parish.
- The pastor is the shepherd who guides and teaches the sheep=believers.
- The patriarch was also Abbot of the Holy Sepulchre, and was elected by the canons regular.
- The patriarch was freer under the Turks, who gave him civil and religious jurisdiction over all the Orthodox within the Ottoman Empire.
- 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.
- The term "Pentecostal" in the church's original name soon proved to be problematic.
- 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.
- Protestants are welcome to post comments but restraint from attacks, would be appreciated.
- Protestants were also frequent targets of the Spanish Inquisition.
- Probably written about AD 160180, the Acts of Paul is an account of the Apostle Paul's travels and teachings.
- In regard to the so-called Acts of Paul, 597 597 ------ These --------------- are mentioned also in chap.
- 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.
- The Acts of Peter is one of the earliest of the apocryphal acts of the apostles.
- The Acts of Peter were judged as heretical by Eusebius and the Gelasian Decree.
- The Acts of Peter was originally composed in Greek during the second half of the 2d century, probably in Asia Minor.
- The Acts of Peter and Paul is a late text from the New Testament apocrypha, thought to date from after the 4th century.
- Mariamne is another name of Mary Magdalene according to the Acts of Phillip.
- The only possible reference to Jesus being married is in a 14 th century manuscript (Acts of Phillip) that nobody deems credible.
- In Roman Catholic theology an actual sin is specifically any willful thought, desire, word, action or omission forbidden by the law of God.
- A. Actual sin is any willful thought, word, deed, or omission contrary to the law of God.
- A. Actual sin may be committed in two ways: namely, by willfully doing things forbidden, or by willfully neglecting things commanded.
- Ad Extirpanda is the common text quoted by those that support torture.
- Ad Extirpanda was not issued to the church universal.
- Moreover, the church decreed severe chastisement against all laymen suspected of sympathy with Cathars (Council of Narbonne, 1235; Bull Ad extirpanda, 1252).
- Aenon Baptist Church was first organized as a mission, in 1923 by Reverend Henry Greenlea.
- Pastor Cherry continues to lead Aenon in several local, state and national Christian related initiatives.
- And John also was baptizing in Aenon near to Salim, because there was much water there: and they came, and were baptized.
- The Agape Feast was a love feast celebrated in apostolic times on any day, in addition to the Eucharist.
- The Agape feast was one term used for certain meals celebrated by the early Christians.
- The akathist is one of the most ancient ornces or collection of prayers in the Byzantine Church.
- Aldersgate Day is occasionally celebrated on the preceding Sunday.
- Yesterday was Aldersgate Day, the day we celebrate the anniversary of John Wesley-s (the founder of Methodism) Aldersgate experience.
- Alexander Hislop (1807-1862) was a Scottish Protestant minister famous for his outspoken criticisms of the Roman Catholic Church.
- The Two Babylons was an anti-Catholic religious pamphlet produced initially by the Scottish theologian and Protestant Presbyterian Alexander Hislop in 1853.
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- And then the all-glorious one, Youel, said to me, "O Allogenes, of course, the Triple-Male is something beyond substance.
- She made a revelation to me and said: "No one is able to hear these things except the great powers alone, O Allogenes.
- Almoners were attached to the courts to the kings of France and Charles VIII had a Grand Almoner in his employ.
- The almoner gathered leftovers from the table, made gifts of cloth and tallow to the poor.
- Almoner (from Latin Almosunartius) is a chaplain or church officer who was in charge of distributing charity.
- The Alogi were a group of heretics to the Christian church in the second century.
- 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.
- Therefore the letters Alpha and Omega in juxtaposition are often used as a Christian visual symbol (see examples).
- Revelation uses Alpha and Omega of both the Father (21:6; cf.
- The Amana Society is a Christian religion and the members believe in the teaching of the bible,"the scriptural teachings of Jesus Christ".
- The Amana Society is a jack of almost all trades.
- Amillennialism was the dominant view of the Protestant Reformation.
- Amillennialism was the dominant view of the Protestant Reformers.
- In Christian demonology, Anamelech is a demon worshipped alongside Adramelech, the sun god.
- Some sources claim Anamelech is the moon goddess while Andramalech is the sun god.
- Anamelech, Anomylech (Assyrian) bearer of bad news.
- The Anglican Province of Christ the King is a continuing Anglican church with traditional forms both of doctrine and liturgy.
- After 360 the Anomoean Arians ceased to be formidable.
- He vehemently denounced the blasphemies of the bold Anomoean, Eudoxius, bp.
- The Apocrypha is a collection of books, generally dated before the first advent of Christ, and included in the bibles of many Christians.
- The Apocrypha is a collection of sacred texts for Christians to rediscover.
- The Apostolic Johannite Church is a bridge-building organisation with traditionally-styled rites, understood via a Gnostic interpretation.
- The Apostolic Church was the first Pentecostal denomination in the United Kingdom, founded in the early twentieth century and has expanded across the world.
- A Apostolic Church is the fastest growing church in the globe.
- The Apostolic Church is the fastest growing church in the world.
- Apples of Gold is a fully licensed and insured company.
- 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.
- The Arabic Infancy Gospel is one of the texts found in the New Testament apocrypha concerning the infancy of Jesus.
- The term Aseity is used to describe One who is the Ultimate Being.
- Christian view of aseity.
- 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.
- The Assyrian Church is the original Christian church in what was once Parthia; eastern Iraq and Iran.
- The Assyrian Church is the original Christian church in what was once Parthia; today Iraq and western Iran.
- The Assyrian church was not allowed to choose a new Catholicos, and its theological tradition was undermined by Henana.
- Austin Graduate School Of Theology is an accredited school that provides four year degrees in Texas.
- Austin Graduate School Of Theology: A Private not-for-profit, less-than 2-year institution with 66 students in Austin, TX.
- Austin Graduate School of Theology is a seminary associated with the Churches of Christ.
- The Austin Graduate School of Theology is a seminary associated with the Churches of Christ, which exists to promote knowledge, understanding, and .
- The Austin Graduate School of Theology is a theological college associated with the Churches of Christ.
- The Presbyterian Inland Mission is the successor in the Presbyterian Church of Australia to the work of the Australian Inland Mission, founded by Rev.
- The General Assembly acted upon Flynn's recommendations and appointed him the head of a new organisation, the Australian Inland Mission (AIM).
- Gretchen Miller: You're listening to Encounter on ABC Radio National, and we're exploring the history and legacy of the Australian Inland Mission.
- The Back to Jerusalem vision is something that thousands of Chinese Christians are willing to die for.
- As their website states: "The Back to Jerusalem vision (BJV) is a passion of the house churches of China.
- They were the first contemporary team of Back to Jerusalem missionaries, the first-fruits of a great flood to come.
- 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.
- The Catholic Church has useful categories: Baptism by water, baptism by blood, and baptism by desire.
- Baptist churches were established in Australia (1831) and New Zealand (1854) by missionaries of the English Baptist Missionary Society.
- William Carey led in the formation of the Baptist Missionary Society in England.
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* Amberton University
* American Heritage Girls
* Australian Hymn Book
* Baptist Union of Australia
* Baptist Union of Sweden
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* Basis of Union
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* Benjamin Moore
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* Boy Bishop
* Brazilian Baptist Convention
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