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  • 101IMPÉNITENCE — n. f. T. de Théologie état de celui qui est impénitent. Vivre, mourir dans l’impénitence. Impénitence finale, L’impénitence dans laquelle on meurt. Familièrement et par manière de plaisanterie, Mourir dans l’impénitence finale, Persister dans une …

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  • 102Crucifix — For other uses, see Crucifix (disambiguation). The Crucifix, a cross with the corpus (Body of Christ), is an ancient symbol used within the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran churches, in contrast with some Protestant groups,… …

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  • 103Francisco Goya — Goya redirects here. For other uses, see Goya (disambiguation). Francisco Goya Portrait of Francisco Goya by Vicente López y Portaña (1826). Oil on canvas, 93 × 75 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain …

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  • 104Simony — is the ecclesiastical crime of paying for holy offices or positions in the hierarchy of a church, named after Simon Magus, who appears in the Acts of the Apostles 8:18 24. Simon Magus offers the disciples of Jesus, Peter and John, payment so that …

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  • 105William of Ockham — Full name William of Ockham Born c. 1288 Ockham, England Died 1347 or 1348 Munich, Holy Roman Empire …

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  • 106Passion play — A Passion play is a dramatic presentation depicting the Passion of Christ: the trial, suffering and death of Jesus Christ. It is a traditional part of Lent in several Christian denominations, particularly in Catholic tradition.Origin and history… …

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  • 107Jacob Frank — Frank and his followers were excommunicated due to his extremely unconventional doctrines that included acceptance of the New Testament, Enlightenment and some controversial concepts such as purification through transgression.Frank arguably… …

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  • 108Problem of Hell — The problem of hell is an argument against the existence of God. It is a variant of the problem of evil, applying specifically to religions which hold both that:# An omnipotent (all powerful), omniscient (all knowing), and omnibenevolent (all… …

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  • 1093 (Soulfly album) — 3 Studio album by Soulfly Released June 25, 2002 Record …

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  • 110Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland — Logo of the Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland. Classification Protestant Orientation …

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  • 111Westboro Baptist Church — Classification Independent Baptist Theology …

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  • 112Church of God by Faith — For other uses, see Church of God (disambiguation). The Church of God by Faith is a Christian denomination in the United States. Contents 1 History 2 Beliefs 3 Organization 4 Membership …

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  • 113Annihilationism — is the minority Christian doctrine that sinners are destroyed rather than tormented forever in hell or the lake of fire. It is directly related to the doctrine of conditional immortality, the idea that a human soul is not immortal unless it is… …

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  • 114Victor, 3rd duc de Broglie — Infobox Prime Minister name=Duc de Broglie order=9th Prime Minister of France term start =13 August 1830 term end =2 November 1830 predecessor =Prince de Polignac successor =Jacques Laffitte order2=16th Prime Minister of France term start2 =12… …

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  • 115Substitutionary atonement — Part of a series on Atonement in Christianity Moral influence Recapitulation Substitutionary …

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  • 116Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union — The Cambridge Inter Collegiate Christian Union, usually known as CICCU, was the first university Christian Union and is the University of Cambridge s most prominent student Christian organisation. It was formed in 1877, but can trace its origins… …

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  • 117Jonathan Parsons — (November 30 1705 July 19 1776) was a Christian New England clergyman during the late colonial period and a supporter of the American Revolution. Born in West Springfield, Massachusetts, he was the youngest son of Deacon Benjamin Parsons and… …

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  • 118La maja desnuda — Artist Francisco Goya Year circa 1797–1800 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 97 cm × 190 cm (38 in × 75 in) Location …

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  • 119Countess of Chinchon — The Condesa de Chinchón, by Francisco Goya The Condesa de Chinchón (the Countess of Chinchón )[1] was painted by Francisco Goya about 1800, and is held in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. The painting depicts María Teresa de Borb …

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  • 120Ayyavazhi mythology — Part of the series on Ayyavazhi Theology …

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