Bible: The sacred book of Christianity
Judge: Belief that, on the day of judgement, God will judge everyone according to how they have lived.
Anthropomorphism: The attributation of a human form, characteristics or behaviour to non-human things.
Monotheists: People who believe in one God, such as Christians, Jews and Muslims.
Eternal: Existing through all time
Atheists: Somebody who does not believe in God
Agnostics: Somebody who believes that it is impossible to know whether or not God exists
Numinous: A mysterious power that suggests the presence of a spirit or God.
Miracles:an extraordinary and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore attributed to a divine agency.
Incarnation: God taking human form as Jesus Christ
Exorcise: Using prayers and rituals to drive away an evil spirit believed to be possessing a person or place
Atonement: The Christian belief that the death of Jesus Christ bought about a reconciliation between God and humanity. Jesus was the Saviour or Redeemer of the world
Saviour: Title given to Jesus of Nazareth
Redeemer: Title given to Jesus of Nazareth
Eucharist: A Christian sacrament that commemorates the…