Christian beliefs key words

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resurrection of the body
belief that after death the body stays in the grave until the end of the world when it is raised
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resurrection
rising from the dead
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ascension
40 days after the resurrection, when Jesus returned to God, the father in heaven
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incarnation
becoming flesh, taking human form
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Omnipotent
the idea that God is almighty and has unlimited power
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Benevolent
God is all loving, all good
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Justice
bringing about what is right and fair, according to the law, or making up for a wrong that has been committed
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Trinity
the belief that there are 3 persons in the one God, the father, the son and the holy spirt.
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mono theistic
believe in one God
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Immortality of the soul
the idea that the soul lives on after death of the body
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Atonement
restoring the relationship between people and God through life, death and the resurrection of Jesus
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creation
the act by which God brought the universe into being in 7 days
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Blasphemy
a religious offence which includes claiming to be God
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original sin
everyone is born with a built in urge to do bad things and disobey God
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salvation
saving the soul from sin. and go to heaven
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agnostic
Doesn't know if God exists
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theist
Doesn't believe in god
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Atheist
dose not believe in God
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40 days after the resurrection, when Jesus returned to God, the father in heaven

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becoming flesh, taking human form

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the idea that God is almighty and has unlimited power

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