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  • 121 Christianity — Part of a series on Christianity …

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  • 122 Chalcedonian Creed — The Confession of Chalcedon (also Definition or Creed of Chalcedon), also known as the Doctrine of the Hypostatic Union or the 2 Nature Doctrine , was adopted at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 in Asia Minor. That Council of Chalcedon is one of… …

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  • 123 Gnosticism — This article is part of a series on Gnosticism History of Gnosticism …

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  • 124 Gregory of Nazianzus — For this individual s father, see Gregory of Nazianzus the Elder. Saint Gregory of Nazianzus Icon of St. Gregory the Theologian Fresco from Kariye Camii, Istanbul, Turkey Theologian, Doctor of the Church …

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  • 125 Monotheism — Monotheist redirects here. For the Celtic Frost album, see Monotheist (album). Part of a series on God …

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  • 126 Mormonism — See also: Mormon (disambiguation), Latter Day Saint movement, and Mormon studies …

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  • 127 Wicca — This article is about the duotheistic religion. For other uses, see Wicca (disambiguation). This pentacle, worn as a pendant, depicts a pentagram, or five pointed star, used as a symbol of Wicca by many adherents. Wicca (pronounced  …

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  • 128 Shesha — In Hindu (Vedic) tradition, Shesha (IAST|Śeṣa in IAST transliteration, Devanagari: शेष) is the king of all nagas, one of the primal beings of creation, and according to the Bhagavata Purana, an avatar of the Supreme God [… …

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  • 129 Radha — For Radha, the mother of Karna from Mahabharata, see: Radha (Mahabharata) Hdeity infobox| Caption = A Rajastani style painting of Radha Name = Radha Sanskrit Transliteration = Rādhā Devanagari = राधा Kannada = Pali Transliteration = Tamil script …

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  • 130 Samādhi — Hinduism smallSamadhi (Sanskrit: sa. समाधि) is a Hindu and Buddhist technical term that usually denotes higher levels of concentrated meditation, or dhyana, in Yogic schools, and is considered a precursor for enlightenment, or Nirvana, in… …

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  • 131 Emanationism — is an idea in the cosmology or cosmogony of certain religious or philosophical systems. Emanation, from the Latin emanare meaning to flow from or to pour forth or out of , is the mode by which all things are derived from the First Reality, or… …

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  • 132 Monolatrism — Part of a series on God General conceptions …

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  • 133 Elohim — (אֱלוֹהִים , אלהים ) is a Hebrew word which expresses concepts of divinity. It is apparently related to the Hebrew word ēl, though morphologically it consists of the Hebrew word Eloah (אלוה) with a plural suffix. Elohim is the third word in the… …

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  • 134 Biblical cosmology — See also: Religious cosmology The various authors of the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh, or Old Testament) and New Testament provide glimpses of their views regarding cosmology. According to the Genesis creation narrative, the cosmos created by Elohim has… …

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  • 135 God the Father — In many religions, the supreme deity (God) is given the title and attributions of Father . In many forms of polytheism, the highest god has been conceived as a father of gods and of men . In the Israelite religion and modern Judaism, God is… …

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  • 136 Experiential knowledge — is knowledge gained through experience as opposed to a priori (before experience) knowledge. In the philosophy of mind, the phrase often refers to knowledge that can only be acquired through experience, such as, for example, the knowledge of what …

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  • 137 Pentecostal Church of God — The Pentecostal Church of God (PCG) is a trinitarian Pentecostal Christian denomination. It was formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1919, by a group of Pentecostal ministers who had chosen not to affiliate with the Assemblies of God (org. 1914). It… …

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  • 138 Nitzer Ebb — live 2011 Background information Origin Essex, England, U.K …

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  • 139 Spiritual evolution — is the philosophical, theological, esoteric or spiritual idea that nature and human beings and/or human culture evolve along a predetermined cosmological pattern or ascent, or in accordance with certain pre determined potentials.This… …

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  • 140 Maharshi Kapila — Maharishi Kapila (Hindi: कपिल ऋषि) is a Vedic sage, who as mentioned in the Srimad Bhagavatam is the author of basic principles of the Sankhya system of Indian philosophy as available in the classical Sankhya text, Sankhya Karika , in 70 (Sutras) …

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