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  • 101Blessed Virgin Mary — This ecumenical article is about general Christian views on and veneration of the Virgin Mary. For specific views, see Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic), Mary (mother of Jesus), Anglican Marian theology, Protestant views of Mary and Islamic… …

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  • 102Prayer for the dead — Wherever there is a belief in the continued existence of man s personality through and after death, religion naturally concerns itself with the relations between the living and the dead. And where the idea of a future judgment or of purgatory… …

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  • 103Christian humanism — Part of Philosophy series on Humanism (humanist philosophies) Happy Human …

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  • 104Planet Waves — Infobox Album Name = Planet Waves Type = Album Artist = Bob Dylan The Band Released = January 17, 1974 Recorded = November 5, 6 and 9, 1973 Village Recorder in West Los Angeles, California Genre = Rock Length = 42:12 Label = Asylum Columbia (1981 …

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  • 105Norton Anthology of English Literature — The Norton Anthology of English Literature is an anthology of English literature published by the W. W. Norton Company. It has gone through eight editions since its inception in 1962; it is the publisher’s best selling anthology, with some eight… …

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  • 106Byzantine literature — may be defined as the Greek literature of the Middle Ages, whether written in the territory of the Byzantine Empire or outside its bordersEncyclopaedia Britannica Greek literature: Byzantine literature ] . It forms the second period in the… …

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  • 107European witchcraft — For other uses, see Witchcraft (disambiguation). Hans Baldung Grien s Three Witches, c. 1514 European Witchcraft is witchcraft and magic that is practised primarily in the locality of Europe. Contents …

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  • 108Richard Hooker — This article is about the Anglican theologian. For the author, see Richard Hooker (author). Richard Hooker Born March 1554 Heavitree, Exeter, Devon …

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  • 109papacy — /pay peuh see/, n., pl. papacies. Rom. Cath. Ch. 1. the office, dignity, or jurisdiction of the pope. 2. the system of ecclesiastical government in which the pope is recognized as the supreme head. 3. the period during which a certain pope is in… …

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  • 110Germanic religion and mythology — Introduction       complex of stories, lore, and beliefs about the gods and the nature of the cosmos developed by the Germanic speaking peoples before their conversion to Christianity.       Germanic culture extended, at various times, from the… …

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  • 111Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite — • The liturgy and Rite of the Church of Milan, which derives its name from St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan (374 397) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite     Ambrosian Liturgy and Rite …

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  • 112Gender roles in Christianity — Part of a series on Christianity and Gender Theology Female disciples of Jesus Gender roles in Christianity …

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  • 113Christianity in Cornwall — Remains of St Piran s Old Church, Perranzabuloe …

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  • 114Christianity in the 11th century — Medallion of Christ from Constantinople, circa. 1100. Main article: History of medieval Christianity See also: Christianity in the 10th century and Christianity in the 12th century In 1054, following the death of the Patriarch of Rome Leo IX …

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  • 115The Norton Anthology of English Literature — The cover of the eighth edition The Norton Anthology of English Literature is an anthology of English literature published by the W. W. Norton Company. It has gone through eight editions since its inception in 1962; it is the publisher s best… …

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  • 116FAMILY — In the Bible An accurate sociological description of the family and its legalstatus in biblical times is virtually impossible because the relevant evidence is not of a strictly socio descriptive nature. SOURCES Some of the most often quoted… …

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  • 117KARAITES — (Heb. בַּעֲלֵי מִקְרָא ,בְּנֵי מִקְרָא ,קָרָאִים, Qaraʾim, Benei Miqra, Ba alei Miqra; Ar. Qarāʾiyyūn), Jewish sect which came into being toward the middle of the ninth century. (See Map: karaite Settlement). Its doctrine is characterized… …

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  • 118PARODY, HEBREW — Parody in Early Hebrew Literature Parody is the use of a recognizable literary form as a vehicle to ridicule or mock something or someone. The writer takes a well known, serious work as his model and invests it with new and amusing contents, at… …

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