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Generally accepted views, especially on religion; approved; conventional
Orthodox
The act of executing by a method widespread in the ancient world; the victim's hands and feet are tied or nailed to a cross.
Crucifixion
One who follows and practices the teachings of Jesus Christ. One who practices Christianity.
Christian
Bitter hatred, ill-will, resentment.
Animosity
One who is sent on a mission, especially one sent to do religious or charitable work; generally in another territory
missionary
a person who suffers or dies for his or her beliefs
martyr
A subdivision of a larger religious group
sect
A savior sent by God to save or lead people to freedeom
messiah
Persistent mistreatment of an individual or group by another group
persecution
A Church offi cial who is responsible for all of the Christians in a area called a diocese.
bishop
The head of the Roman Catholic Church
pope
A belief said to be contrary (goes against) a Church teaching.
heresy
One who adheres to the doctrines of another; a follower; an apostle
Disciple
a savior sent by God
Messiah
Eucharist
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper; Holy Communion
pertaining to the world or to things no spiritual or sacred
Secular
Four books of the New Testament, written by the apostles Mathew, Mark, Luke and John about the life of Jesus Christ
Gospels
Visible sign of one's entrance into the Christian community
Baptism
Verses in the Sermon on the Mount which can be used as an outline for Christian teachings; begins with "Blessed are..."
The Beatitudes