Christian religion

a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior
Syn: ↑Christianity
Derivationally related forms: ↑christian (for: ↑Christianity)
Members of this Topic:
cursed, ↑damned, ↑doomed, ↑unredeemed, ↑unsaved, ↑ransomed, ↑redeemed, ↑mortification, ↑inerrancy, ↑errancy, ↑Paradise, ↑Hell, ↑perdition, ↑Inferno, ↑infernal region, ↑nether region, ↑pit, ↑tritheism, ↑article of faith, ↑credendum, ↑Annunciation, ↑ecumenism, ↑ecumenicism, ↑ecumenicalism, ↑Immaculate Conception, ↑Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, ↑Incarnation, ↑Nicene Creed, ↑real presence, ↑Assumption, ↑communion, ↑council, ↑Church Father, ↑Father of the Church, ↑Father, ↑Antichrist, ↑Lawrence, ↑Saint Lawrence, ↑St. Lawrence, ↑Laurentius, ↑Ascension, ↑Ascension Day, ↑Ascension of the Lord, ↑Transfiguration, ↑Transfiguration Day, ↑August 6, ↑transubstantiate, ↑receive, ↑assume
Hypernyms: ↑religion, ↑faith, ↑religious belief

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