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  • 181 Gnosticism — • History of Gnosticism from its pre Christian roots through its developed doctrines concerning cosmogony, the Sophia myth, soteriology, and eschatology. Includes information on rites, schools, and literature Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight.… …

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  • 182 Heaven — • In the Holy Bible the term heaven denotes, in the first place, the blue firmament, or the region of the clouds that pass along the sky. Gen., i, 20, speaks of the birds under the firmament of heaven . In other passages it denotes the region of… …

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  • 183 Monarchians — • The so called Dynamic Monarchians were actually a form of adoptionism. Monarchianism, properly speaking, refers to the Modalists. Denial of the Trinity, assertion that there is only one Divine Person, who appears in three different roles.… …

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  • 184 Nestorius and Nestorianism — • Biography of the Patriarch of Constantinople, and examination of the unacceptable implications of his doctrine Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Nestorius and Nestorianism     Nestorius and Nestorianism …

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  • 185 Novatian and Novatianism —     Novatian and Novatianism     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Novatian and Novatianism     Novatian was a schismatic of the third century, and founder of the sect of the Novatians; he was a Roman priest, and made himself antipope. His name is given… …

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  • 186 The Athanasian Creed —     The Athanasian Creed     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Athanasian Creed     One of the symbols of the Faith approved by the Church and given a place in her liturgy, is a short, clear exposition of the doctrines of the Trinity and the… …

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  • 187 Frashokereti — Part of a series on Eschatology …

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  • 188 Chalcedonian Definition — The Confession of Chalcedon (also Definition or Creed of Chalcedon), also known as the Doctrine of the Hypostatic Union[citation needed] or the Two Nature Doctrine, was adopted at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 in Asia Minor. That Council of… …

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  • 189 Salvation (Christianity) — The branch of Christian theology that deals with salvation and redemption is called Soteriology.[1] It is derived from the Greek sōtērion (salvation) (from sōtēr savior, redeemer ) + English logy.[2] Within Christian theology, soteriology… …

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  • 190 Glossary of Christianity — This is a glossary of terms used in Christianity. Contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   See also   References  …

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  • 191 Divine countenance — As depicted by Michelangelo, a version of the Ancient of Days The divine countenance is the face of God. Contents 1 …

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  • 192 Criticism of Mormon sacred texts — The Latter Day Saints believe that the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price and the Doctrine and Covenants are sacred texts with the same divine authority as the Bible. Contents 1 Book of Mormon 1.1 Origin 1.1.1 Existence of golden plates …

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  • 193 Trinity, The Holy —    A name applied to the Godhead and signifying Three in One and One in Three the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost a doctrine which is held by all branches of the Catholic Church, and by the greater number of the various Christian… …

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  • 194 -head — suffix = HOOD (godhead; maidenhead). Etymology: ME hed, hede = HOOD * * * a native English suffix meaning state of being (godhead; maidenhead), occurring in words now mostly archaic or obsolete, many being superseded by forms in hood. [ME hede,… …

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  • 195 GREEK LITERATURE, ANCIENT — Greeks came into contact with the Land of Israel long before the Hellenistic period, but there is no information as to the impression made by Jews or Judaism upon them in the classical period. The only classical writings extant referring to the… …

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  • 196 ḤASIDEI ASHKENAZ — ḤASIDEI ASHKENAZ, a social and ideological circle, with a particular religious outlook, in medieval German Jewry. The first centers of the movement were Regensburg in southern Germany and the communities of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz on the Rhine;… …

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  • 197 PRESENCE, DIVINE — The notion of the Divine Presence is expressed in the Bible in two different senses: (1) in the corporeal sense, i.e., the actual dwelling (shakhan, שָׁכַן) of God in His abode; (2) in the abstract sense, i.e., symbolic representation by means of …

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  • 198 Godhood — God hood, n. [God + hood. Cf. {Godhead}.] Divine nature or essence; deity; godhead. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 199 Afterlife — For other uses, see Afterlife (disambiguation). After death , Life after death , and Hereafter redirect here. For other uses, see After death (disambiguation), Life after death (disambiguation), and Hereafter (disambiguation). Ancient Egyptian… …

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  • 200 Argument from morality — The argument from morality is one of many arguments for the existence of God. It comes in different forms, all aiming to support the claim that God exists with observations about morality. Its counterpoint is generally the Problem of evil.… …

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