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  • 81Glory — • In the English version of the Bible the word Glory, one of the commonest in the Scripture, is used to translate several Hebrew terms in the Old Testament, and the Greek doxa in the New Testament. Sometimes the Catholic versions employ… …

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  • 82Molinism — • The name used to denote one of the systems which purpose to reconcile grace and free will Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Molinism     Molinism      …

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  • 83Controversies on Grace —     Controversies on Grace     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Controversies on Grace     These are concerned chiefly with the relation between grace and free will. How can the all persuasiveness of grace, which imposes such a potent influence on the… …

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  • 84You shall not steal — is one of the Ten Commandments,[1] of the Torah (the Pentateuch), which are widely understood as moral imperatives by legal scholars, Jewish scholars, Catholic scholars, and Post Reformation scholars.[2] Though usually understood to prohibit the… …

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  • 86evil — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Immorality Nouns 1. (something evil) evil, ill, harm, hurt; mischief, nuisance; disadvantage, drawback; disaster, casualty, mishap, misfortune, calamity, catastrophe, tragedy, adversity; abomination,… …

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  • 87vicious — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. sinful, wicked, iniquitous, immoral, wrong; criminal, disorderly; vile, felonious, nefarious, infamous, heinous; demoralized, corrupt, depraved, perverted; evil minded, shameless; abandoned,… …

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  • 88wicked — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. evil, bad; criminal, depraved, iniquitous; cruel, heartless, sinful, vicious, immoral; difficult, disagreeable; informal, mischievous. See wrong. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Morally evil] Syn. evil,… …

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  • 89wrong — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I adj. immoral (see wrong); mistaken, unfactual; unsuitable, improper. See error, disagreement. n. evil, harm, injury. See wrong, malevolence. II Deviation from moral right Nouns 1. wrong, wrongfulness …

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  • 90PURITY AND IMPURITY, RITUAL — (Heb. וְטָהֳרָה טֻמְאָה, tumah ve toharah), a symbolic system according to which a pure person or object is qualified for contact with the Temple and related sancta (holy objects and spaces) while an impure person or object is disqualified from… …

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  • 91The Plague — infobox Book | name = The Plague title orig = La Peste translator = image caption = author = Albert Camus cover artist = country = France (Algeria) language = French genre = Existentialist novel, Absurdist fiction publisher = Librairie Gallimard… …

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  • 92Christianity and Judaism — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …

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  • 93Immaculate Conception — For the novel by Gaétan Soucy, see The Immaculate Conception. Immaculata redirects here. For other uses, see Immaculata (disambiguation). La Purisima Inmaculada Concepcion by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, 1678, now in Museo del Prado, Spain. The… …

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  • 94Lutheranism — Luther s Seal Book of Concord …

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  • 95Mary of Bethany — Saint Mary of Bethany Christ in the House of Martha and Mary, Johannes Vermeer, before 1654 1655, oil on canvas (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh) Mary is seated at the feet of Jesus Righteous Mary …

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  • 96Infant baptism — Water is poured on the head of an infant held over the baptismal font of a Catholic church Infant baptism[1][2] is the practice of baptising infants or young children. In theologic …

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  • 97Theodicy — (IPAEng|θiːˈɒdɪsi) (adjectival form theodicean) is a specific branch of theology and philosophy that attempts to reconcile the existence of evil or suffering in the world with the belief in an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent God, i.e …

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  • 98Religion and sexuality — For other uses, see Religion and sexuality (disambiguation). Most world religions have sought to address the moral issues that arise from people s sexuality in society and in human interactions. Each major religion has developed moral codes… …

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  • 99Sola fide — (Latin: by faith alone), also historically known as the doctrine of justification by faith, is a doctrine that distinguishes most Protestant denominations from Catholicism, Eastern Christianity, and most Restorationists in Christianity.The… …

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  • 100Virginity — Virgin and Maiden redirect here. For other uses, see Virgin (disambiguation) and Maiden (disambiguation). Invocation by Frederick Leighton White has traditionally been associated with ritual purity, innocence and virginity. Virginity refers to… …

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