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  • * A Hebrew Person - A term used to describe an ancient Israelite person
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  • ...n by faith alone]]''' - This is the teaching of Protestant churches that a person is justified by his faith alone and not on the basis of his good works ...by faith alone whereas Eastern Orthodox and Catholic churches teach that a person is justified by faith and works.
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  • ...apa) is a person who, in opposition to a sitting [[Bishop of Rome]], makes a widely accepted claim to be the Pope.
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  • ...Testimonies'''. To read different people's testimonies on how they became a Christian and what God has done in their lives see [[Testimonies Index]].}} * [[Becoming a Christian]] |
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  • ..., a ''deacon'' is a lay person charged with serving as an administrator in a local church.
    909 bytes (117 words) - 21:51, 11 June 2009
  • A pronoun used for the item questioned in a question is called an interrogative pronoun, such as "who".
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  • A bishop is a person employed in a position of special authority over a number of ministers or priests.
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  • * [[Becoming a Christian]], [[Grace]] * [[Living as a Christian]], [[Love]]
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  • * [[A look at justification by faith and good works in Luther's theology (J.S)]] "Justification by faith alone" is the teaching that a person is justified (that is, made right with God) through his faith only and not
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  • topic_name = Missing Person | * * [[Missing Person (lyrics)]]
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  • Αυτου is a [[Koine Greek]] word that can mean ...or '''of it''') as the ''Masculine, Genitive, Singular'' form of the third person pronoun [[Αυτος]]
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  • ..., an ''elder'' is a lay person charged with serving as an administrator in a local church.
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  • A '''verb''' is a "doing word" like [[Γραφω]], which means "I am writing". ...are numerous aspects to the verb that don't exist in English, and it takes a significant amount of time to become familiar with all the uses of the verb
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  • ''In brief'': Wittenburg is a town in Germany that is famous as the birthplace of the Protestant Reformat * [[Wittenberg: Extracts from a person travellogue (G.G.)]]
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  • ...dependant partly upon that person's presuppositions about the Bible. If a person comes to the Bible with the view that it is simply an ancient text full of Some Christians hold a literalistic or inerrant view of the Bible. [[Biblical inerrancy]] is the v
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  • A common occurrance. Feeling so out of place My heart evolved into a rock beating inside of me
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  • How could Noah be the only righteous person on the earth? ...tian-thinktank.com/stealtime.html#noah Noah Was the only Righteous Person] A Christian Thinktank
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  • The Perfect Tense is a tense of verbs in Koine Greek. It is usually used to show that a past event has occurred with present ongoing consequences. For example:
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  • {{quote | text="A significant quote made by Brian Mullins goes here".- Brian Mullins}} '''Brian Mullins''' is a [[:Category:Canadian Christians|Canadian Christian]] involved in [[:Categor
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  • ...rinium]] (box) is a term describing a "sacred" place dedicated to a "holy" person or object or [[relic]]. In Christianity, shrines are commonly used in worsh
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