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How many parts is the Bible divided into?
Two main parts: New Testament and the Old Testament.
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How many parts are in the Old Testament?
At least 39 books, depending on what version.
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How many books are in the New Testament?
27 books including 4 Gospels.
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What is a denomination?
The different branches of Christianity.
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What are nonconformists?
Protestant and denominations that are not part of the Anglican Communion. For example: Methodists, Baptists, Quakers and the Salvation Army.
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What do Protestants base their beliefs on?
They base their beliefs and practises on the Bible, rather than the church tradition or the Pope.
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Where are Orthodox Christians?
They are mainly found in Eastern Europe.
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What do Orthodox Christians practise?
They also have 7 sacraments and honour icons but don't worship them.
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What does Monotheism mean?
There is only one God. Christianity is a monotheistic religion with only one God compared to Hinduism.
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What does omnipotence mean?
God is all powerful, although he still allows each person free will.
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What does benevolence mean?
God is loving and caring.
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What do Christians believe about God as a judge?
They believe that God is a fair and merciful and forgiving if his followers ask for forgiveness and faithfully worship him.
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What does omniscience mean?
God knows everything. Past, present and future.
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What does God as eternal mean?
Eternal - God has always existed and will continue to exist.
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What does God as transcendent mean?
Transcendent - God is beyond this world. Doesn't depend on Earth to exist.
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What does God as immanent mean?
Immanent - God is present in the human world and takes an active role in humanity.
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What does God as personal mean?
Personal - God is an almighty person and divine.
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What is the Trinity?
The father, the son and the Holy Spirit.
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What does Genesis 1 teach about creation?
That God created everything in six days and he rested on the seventh.
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What was original sin?
After the fall every human being was born with a flawed nature, capable of causing suffering.
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What do Christians believe about free will?
Christians believe God created free will and gave it to everyone so they they had the power on whether to perform evil deeds or not.
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What does christianity teach about evil that entered the world?
Christianity teaches that evil entered into the world when Adam and Eve gave into temptation.
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What are the two types of evil?
Moral Evil - suffering caused by man. Natural Evil - suffering cause by natural events such as tsunamis and earthquakes.
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