|Using a word symbolically to suggest something else.
|People who believe in only one God such as Christians, Muslims and Jews.
|A mysterious power that suggests the presence of a spirit/God
|Someone who believes that it is impossible to know whether God exists or not.
|Someone who doesn't believe in God.
|An event that cannot have been created by humans or any natural means.
|To empty the mind of thoughts, or concentrate on one thing, in order to aid spiritual thoughts.
|A Christian sacrament the commemorates the Last Supper, with the priest/minister consecrating bread and wine that is consumed by the congregation.
|Speaking in tongues
|1) A formal arrangement of worship. 2)Name for the Eucharist in the Orthodox Church.
|Worshiping God for he is and what he has.
|Prayers in which people ask God for their own needs and those of others.
|A holy picture of Jesus, the Virgin Mary or a saint, these are usually oil paintings found in Orthodox Churches
|'Fish' in Greek. Used for the name of Jesus.
|Abstaining from food for a religious reason.
|The period of 40 days and 40 nights which lead up to Easter which recalls the 40 days in which Jesus resisted temptation in the wilderness.
|The Christian belief that Jesus sacrificing himself brought a reconciliation between humanity and God.
|Christian ceremony of purification with water.
|The sin in which Eve brought into the world when she picked a apple from the tree after being tempted by a snake (Satan) when she was told by God not to.
|The Holy Trinity
|The Father (God), The Son (Jesus), and The Holy spirit (a part of God within us)
|(Second coming) also referred as Judgement day in which Jesus shall return to Judge humanity at the end of the world.
|Roman Catholics believe that the souls of the dead go to purgatory before entering Heaven.
|The sight of God
|An act to show regret for having sinned.
|Jesus saved people from punishment for the sins of humanity and redeemed them.
|Jesus saved people form the consequences of sin.
|Anointing of the Sick
|A sacrament given to those who are sick or dying.
|Jewish and Christian religious writing that are not included within the Bible.