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Religion

Abbey

An abbey is a type of monastery used by members of a religious order under the governance of an abbot or abbess. Abbeys provide a complex of buildings and land for religious activities, work, and housing of Christian monks and nuns. The name derives from the late Latin abbatīa, ‘what belongs to the abbot’: the term initially […]

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Soul

The soul (from Latin anima, connected with Greek ànemos, “breath”, “wind”), in many religions, spiritual traditions and philosophies, is the vital and spiritual part of a living being, commonly considered distinct from the physical body. Typically it was assimilated to the breath (hence its etymology). Originally an expression of the essence of a personality, understood as a

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Theology

Theology (from the ancient Greek θεός, theos, God, and λόγος, logos, “word,” “discourse,” or “inquiry”) is a religious discipline that studies God or the characters that religions recognize as proper to the divine as such. Historical notes Since the revelation of God attested in Scripture is concentrated in the person of Jesus Christ, Christian theology is

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