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  • 161Funkoars — Infobox musical artist Name = Funkoars Img capt = Img size = 170px Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Genre = Hip hop Years active = Label = Obese, Golden Era Records Associated acts = URL …

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  • 162Henry Louis Baugher — Henry Louis Baugher, (July 18, 1804 April 14, 1868) was a clergyman and academic. He was born in Abbotstown, Pennsylvania, in 1804 to Christian Frederic and Ann Baugher.He graduated from Dickinson College in 1826, and went on to attend the… …

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  • 163Inspiration of Ellen White — Seventh day Adventists believe church co founder Ellen G. White was inspired by God as a prophet , understood today as a manifestation of the New Testament [Spiritual gift| [spiritual] gift] of prophecy . Her inspiration (compare: Biblical… …

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  • 164History of fundamentalist Islam in Iran — The islam in Iran (or History of Principle ism ) covers the history of Islamic revivalism and the rise of political Islam in modern Iran. Today, there are basically three types of Islam in Iran: traditionalism, modernism, and a variety of forms… …

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  • 165The Fourteen Infallibles — (Ma asumin معصومين) are Twelver Shia Islam religious figures from between the 6th and 9th century AD, who Twelver Shia Muslims believe are infallible, i.e. divinely bestowed [with] freedom from error and sin . This quality of infallibility is… …

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  • 166Benjamin Fish Austin — (September 10 1850 January 10 1933) was a nineteenth century Canadian educator, Methodist Minister, and Spiritualist. He served as the principal of Alma College girl school from 1881 to 1897 United Church/Victoria Archives, Benjamin Fish Austin… …

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  • 167Definition of Shi'a fundamentalism — There are too many different phenomenon which is called Fundamentalism. They may have different nature because they re based on different religions and sects. Therefore a definition should be chosen which can separate Shi a fundamentalism from… …

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  • 168Hassanal Bolkiah — Not to be confused with the fifth Sultan of Brunei Bolkiah. Hassanal Bolkiah Sultan of Brunei Reign 4 October 1967 – present Coronation …

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  • 169Prarthana Samaj — Prarthana Samaj, or Prayer Society in Sanskrit, is a movement for religious and social reform in Maharashtra based on previous reform movements and traditions of Maharashtra. The direct predecessor of the Prarthana Samaj in Mumbai was the… …

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  • 170Madhusudan Das — Madhusudan Das(Oriya: ଶ୍ରୀଯୁକ୍ତ ମଧୁସୂଦନ ଦାସ (ମଧୁ ବାବୁ)) was born on 28 April 1848 in a village called Satyabhamapur, 20 kilometres from Cuttack. His father Choudhury Raghunath Das and mother Parbati Debi named him Gobindaballabh. Later they… …

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  • 171Truth (religious) — Most religious traditions hold a body of truths that are part of the particular tradition. Such truths may be considered to be spiritually revealed, or may be developed through tradition, or may be a combination of both. Whatever these truths are …

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  • 172Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene) — Not to be confused with Apostolic Church or Church of the Nazarene. The Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarean) is a Christian denomination of the Anabaptist movement. It was formed in the early 1900s as the result of separating from their… …

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  • 173Soviet historiography — is the history of the academic study of history as written by scholars of the Soviet Union. [It is not the history of the Soviet Union. See definitions of historiography for more details.] Soviet history mostly served to promote Communist… …

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  • 174Konrad Martin — Konrad Martin. Konrad Martin (18 May 1812, at Geismar, Province of Saxony – 16 July 1879, at Mont St Guibert, near Brussels, Belgium) was a Catholic Bishop of Paderborn. Life He studied at first under an elder brother who was a priest, and later… …

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  • 175Marian doctrines of the Catholic Church — The Marian doctrines of the Catholic Church have their foundation in the central teaching of the Council of Ephesus that the Virgin Mary is the Mother of God. Because of this, the Roman Catholic Church has always considered her to be the most… …

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  • 176Fundamental articles (theology) — Fundamental articles was a term employed by early Protestant theologians, who wished to distinguish some essential parts of the Christian faith from non essential doctrines. There were then a number of reasons for establishing such a distinction …

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  • 177Ahl al-Kisa — (Arabic: ar. اهل الكساء), meaning People of the Cloak , refers to the last Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, his daughter Fatimah, his cousin and son in law Ali, and his two grandsons Hasan and Husayn. Its origin is in the Hadith of the Event of the… …

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  • 178Acts of Roman Congregations — The Acts of Roman Congregations is a term of the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, used to designate the documents (called also decrees) issued by the Roman Congregations, in virtue of powers conferred on them by the Roman Pontiff. Contents …

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  • 179Marian papal encyclicals and Apostolic Letters — This article provides a list of Marian papal encyclicals and Apostolic Letters. For a general discussion of papal Mariology and its history, please see the article: Mariology of the popes Madonna and Child, Master of Badia a Isola, c.1300 Marian… …

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  • 180Christianity — /kris chee an i tee/, n., pl. Christianities. 1. the Christian religion, including the Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches. 2. Christian beliefs or practices; Christian quality or character: Christianity mixed with pagan elements; …

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