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Beelzebub, Devil, fallen angel, Fiend, Lucifer, Old Nick, Prince of Darkness, Satan, the Devil, the Temptersatan - conversion, rebirth, spiritual rebirth - baptise, baptize, christenausa vatni, nefna, skíra - monastic, monkmunkur - brother, friar, mendicant - canonisation, canonizationupptaka í dÿrlingatölu - priest-doctor, shaman - Kama - mysteriously, mystically - die - pilgrim's journey, pilgrimagepílagrímsferð - disembodied spirit, spirit - Litany - Book of Genesis, Genesis1. Mósebók - original sin - deadly sin, mortal sindauðasynd - envy, invidia - anger, ira, ire, wrath - gluttony, gula, overeating - Indra - Luther, Martin Luther - John Wesley, Wesley - bless, consecrate, hallow, sanctifyhelga, vígja - ancestor worship - religious rite, ritehelgiathöfn - agrypnia - Berit, Berith, Bris, Briss, Brith - liturgy - Christian liturgy - sacramentsakramenti - celebration of the Eucharist, Eucharist, Eucharistic liturgy, Holy Eucharist, Holy Sacrament, Liturgy, Lord's Supper, sacrament of the Eucharist - Offertory - baptismskírn - baptism, christening, christening ceremony - anointing of the sick, extreme unction, last rites - holy orders - Oblation, religious offering - drive out, exorcise, exorcizereka út/særa burt illa anda - orthodoxhefðbundinn, viðtekinn - iconoclastic - devotional - defunct, expired, lapsed, mature, nonchurchgoing, out-of-date, prescribed - beatified, blessed - Blessed - offer, offer up - archepiscopal, archiepiscopal - Eucharistic - episcopal, pontifical - paschal - ecclesiastic, ecclesiasticalkirkjulegur, klerklegur - papist, papistic, papistical, popish, R.C., Roman, Roman Catholic, Romanist, romishrómversk-kaþólskur - rabbinic, rabbinical - expiative, expiatory, propitiatory - Episcopal, Episcopalian - antenuptial, premarital, prenuptial - golden calf - prayer beads, rosarytalnaband - stations of the Cross - Babel, Tower of Babel - piety, piousnessguðrækni - dedication, devotion, devoutness, religiousnesstrúrækni - pietism, religionism, religiosity, religiousism - godlinessguðhræðsla, trúrækni - godlessness, irreligion, irreligiousness - lotus position - asana - Four Horsemen - Heaven - Paradise - Valhalla, Walhalla - damnation, Hell, infernal region, Inferno, Jahannam, nether region, perdition, pithelviti, helvíti - forbidden fruitforboðinn ávöxstur - hadj, haj, hajjhadsjí - faith, religion, religious beliefguðstrú, trú - superstition, superstitiousness, superstitious notionhjátrú - theosophy - dispossession, driving out, exorcismandasæring, særing - black art, black art/magic, black magic, necromancy, sorcerysvartagaldur, svartigaldur - theurgy - sorcery, witchcraft, witcherygaldrar, galdur - demonism, diabolism, Satanism - Gnosticism - theism - monotheismeingyðistrú - pantheism, polytheismalgyðistrú - heathenism, Heathenry, paganism, pagan religionheiðni - obeah, obi - Adventism, Second Adventism - Catholicism, Catholicity, Roman Catholicismkaþólska, rómversk-kaþólsk trú - catholicism, papism, Roman Catholicism, Romanism - Protestantismmótmælendatrú - Anglicanism - Anglo-Catholicism, High Anglicanism - Arminianism - Calvinism - Lutheranism - Unitarianism - evangelicalism, evangelism - fundamentalism - Methodism - Mormonism - pentecostalism - Presbyterianism - Hinayana, Hinayana Buddhism - Lamaism, Tibetan Buddhism - Tantra, Tantrism - Mazdaism, Zoroastrianism - religious text, religious writing, sacred text, sacred writing - Avesta, Zend-Avesta - Bible, Book, Christian Bible, Evangel, Good Book, Gospel, Holy Scripture, Holy Writ, Scripture, Scriptures, vulgate, Word, Word of Godbiblían - Book of Exodus, Exodus - Book of Leviticus, Leviticus - Book of Numbers, Numbers - Book of Deuteronomy, Deuteronomy - Book of Joshua, Joshua, Josue - Book of Judges, Judges - Book of Ruth, Ruth - Book of Esther, Esther - Book of Job, Job - Book of Jeremiah, Jeremiah - Book of Jonah, Jonah - Gospel According to Luke, Gospel of Luke, Luke - Acts, Acts of the Apostles - Apocalypse, Book of Revelation, Revelation, Revelation of Saint John the Divine - Vulgate - New Testament, Old Testamenttestamenti - Testament - New Testament - evangel, Gospel, Gospels - Book of Mormon - Angelus - Ave Maria, Hail Mary - Canticle of Simeon, Nunc dimittis - Kol Nidre - Book of Common Prayer - Lord's Prayerfaðirvor - Apocrypha - Talmud - Upanishad - Psalm - alleluia, hallelujah - dogma, tenetkenningakerfi, kredda, trúarkenning - avatar, embodiment, epitome, Incarnation - Nicene Creed - lingam - phylactery, tefillin - Decalogue, Ten Commandmentsboðorðin tíu - orison, petition, prayerbæn - blessing, grace, thanksgivingborðbæn - kerugma, kerygma - Sermon on the Mount - homily, preachment - karma - kismat, kismet - Crucifixionkrossfesting - Fall of Man - angelus, angelus bell - burial, funeral, intermentgreftrun, jarðarför, útför - burial, entombment, funeral, humation, inhumation, interment, sepulturegreftrun - celebration of marriage, consecration of marriage, hymeneals, nuptials, solemnisation of marriage, solemnization of marriage, wedding, wedding ceremony - Fall - Trimurti - faith, organized religion, religiontrú, trúarbrögð - Christendom, Christianity - Church of Rome, Roman Catholic, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church - Old Catholic Church - Eastern Church, Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox Church, Orthodox Catholic Church, Orthodox Church - Russian Orthodox Church - Anglican Church, Anglican Communion, Church of England, C of E - Church of Ireland - High Anglican Church, High Church - Congregational Church - Jehovah's WitnessesVottar Jehóva - Hare Krishna, International Society for Krishna Consciousness, ISKCON - Jesuit order, Society of Jesus - order, religious order, religious sect, sectbræðralag, trúarregla - Quakers, Religious Society of Friends, Society of Friends - Assemblies of God - communitysamfélag - shudra, sudra - foreign mission, mission, missionary post, missionary station - chosen people - Magi, Wise Men - burial ground, burial site, burying ground, cemetery, churchyard, graveyard, memorial park, necropolisgrafreitur, kirkjugarður - Sodom - custom, ethical motive, ethics, morality, morals, traditionsiðareglur, siðferði, siðferðiskennd, siðfræði - sense of duty, sense of shame - Christ Within, Inner Light, Light, Light Within - Mammon - destiny, fateörlög - deity, divinity, god, goddess, immortalgoð, goð eða gyðja, guð eða gyðja, gyðja - Amaethon - Aengus, Angus, Angus Og, Oengus - Arawn - Arianrhod, Arianrod - Boann - Dana, Danu - Epona - Gwydion - Ler, Lir - Lug, Lugh - Manawydan, Manawyddan - Amen, Amon, Amun - Anpu, Anubis - Bast - Geb, Keb - Horus - Isis - Nephthys - Nut - Osiris - Ptah - Set, Seth - Thoth - Adad - Anshar - Anu - Anunnaki, Enuki - Astarte - Ishtar, Mylitta - Baal - Bel - Dagon - Enki - Enlil, En-lil - Ereshkigal, Eresh-kigal, Ereshkigel - Gula - Ki - Lilith - Mama - Baal Merodach, Bel-Merodach, Marduk, Merodach - Nabu, Nebo - Namtar, Namtaru - Nergal - Nina - Ningal - Ningishzida - Ninhursag, Ninkharsag, Ninkhursag - Ninib, Ninurta - Nusku - Shamash - Sin - Tiamat - Aditi - Aditya - Agni - Asura - Devi - Dharma - Durga - Ganapati, Ganesa, Ganesh, Ganesha - Garuda - Hanuman - Ka - Kali - Mara - Lakshmi - Anapurna, Annapurna, Parvati - Rahu - Rudra - Sakti, Shakti - Shiva, Siva - Surya - Vajra - Varuna - Vayu - Vishnu - Yama - Jagannath, Jagannatha, Jagganath, Juggernaut - Kalki - Krishna - Rama - Balarama - Parashurama - Mithra, Mithras - Ahura Mazda, Ormazd, Ormuzd - Buddha, Gautama, Gautama Buddha, Gautama Siddhartha, Siddhartha - Boddhisatva, Bodhisattva - Maitreya - Amaterasu, Amaterasu Omikami - Hachiman - Izanagi - Izanami - Kami - goddess - almighty, Father, God, good god, Lord, Supreme BeingGuð - Almighty, Creator, Divine, God Almighty, Godhead, Jehovah, Lord, Maker - Blessed Trinity, Holy Trinity, Sacred Trinity, Trinity - Father, Father-God, Fatherhood - Logos, Son, Word - Holy Ghost, Holy Spirit, Paraclete - Almighty, God Almighty, Jahvey, Jahweh, Jehovah, JHVH, Wahvey, Yahve, Yahveh, Yahwe, Yahweh, YHVH, YHWH - Allah - demiurge - seraphserafi - djinn, djinni, djinny, genie, jinnee, jinni - poltergeist, spirit-rapperærsladraugur - Vanir - Balder, Baldr - Brage, Bragi - Forseti - Frey, Freyr - Freya, Freyja - Frigg, Frigga - Hel, Hela - Hoder, Hodr, Hodur, Hoth, Hothr - Loki - Norn - Verdandi, Verthandi - Odin - Sif - Sigyn - Ull, Ullr - Vali - Vidar, Vithar, Vitharr - Hertha, Nerthus - Weird, Wyrd - Eve - Cybele, Dindymene, Great Mother, Magna Mater, Mater Turrita - Anabaptist - Mennonite - Amish - gentile, goy, non-Jew - Friend, Quaker, Quakeress - Hebrew, Israelite, Jew, JewessHebrei - Jewess - Islamite, Moslem, Muslimmúslími - Moor - abbess, mother superior, prioress - abbess, abbot, archimandriteabbadís, ábóti - acolyte - archdeacon - archbishoperkibiskup - archpriest, hierarch, high priest, prelate, primate - chaplain - clergyman, man of the cloth, reverendklerkur, prestur - churchman, clergyman, cleric, divine, ecclesiastic, minister - chaplain, curate, minister, minister of religion, parson, pastor, priest, rector, vicaraðstoðarprestur, klerkur, prestur, sóknarprestur - Dalai Lama, Grand Lama - dervish - Doctor, Doctor of the Church - Druid - evangelist, gospeler, gospeller, revivalistvakningarpredikari - fakeer, fakir, faqir, faquir - Father, Padre - flamen - godmother - godfather, godmother, godparentguðfaðir, guðmóðir - gentile, heathen, infidel, paganheiðingi, heiðinn, trúleysingi - imam, imaum - Kshatriya - lama - Lot - chaplain, Holy Joe, military chaplain, padre, sky pilot - muadhdhin, muazzin, muezzin - Mollah, Mulla, Mullah - numen - Panchen Lama - parishioner - Parsee, Parsi - Pharisee - primus - proselyte - Quetzalcoatl - rabbirabbíni - anchoress, anchoret, anchorite, ancress, hermiteinsetumaður - Riff, Riffian - saddhu, sadhu - angel, holy man, holy person, saintengill - Shudra, Sudra - Simeon - spiritandi, sál - televangelist - theologian, theologiser, theologist, theologizerguðfræðingur - Wandering Jew - Abraham, IbrahimAbraham - Andrew, Saint Andrew, Saint Andrew the Apostle, St. Andrew - antichrist - Aquinas, Saint Thomas, Saint Thomas Aquinas, St. Thomas, St. Thomas Aquinas, Thomas Aquinas - Augustine, Augustine of Hippo, Saint Augustine, St. Augustine - Calvin, Jean Caulvin, Jean Cauvin, Jean Chauvin, John Calvin - Eddy, Mary Baker Eddy, Mary Morse Baker Eddy - Elijah - Esau - Fox, George Fox - Francis of Assisi, Giovanni di Bernardone, Saint Francis, Saint Francis of Assisi, St. Francis, St. Francis of Assisi - Isaac - Cornelis Jansen, Cornelius Jansenius, Jansen - Christ, Deliverer, Good Shepherd, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah, Redeemer, Savior, Saviour, the Nazareneendurlausnarinn, frelsarinn, Jesús, Jesús Kristur - John, John the Divine, John the Evangelist, Saint John, Saint John the Apostle, St. John, St. John the Apostle - John the Baptist, St. John the Baptist - Judas, Judas Iscariot - Levi, Matthew, Saint Matthew, Saint Matthew the Apostle, St. Matthew, St. Matthew the Apostle - NoahNói - Apostle of the Gentiles, Apostle Paul, Paul, Paul the Apostle, Saint Paul, Saul, Saul of Tarsus, St. Paul - Peter, Saint Peter, Saint Peter the Apostle, Simon Peter, St. Peter, St. Peter the Apostle - Bishop Ulfila, Bishop Ulfilas, Bishop Wulfila, Ulfila, Ulfilas, Wulfila - Zarathustra, Zoroaster - metempsychosis, rebirth - offertory - hearth money, Peter's pence - enlightenment, nirvana - omnisciencealviska - omnipotencealmætti - illumination, light - Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana, Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashona, Rosh Hashonah - Rosh Chodesh, Rosh Hodesh - Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur - Annunciation, Annunciation Day, Lady Day, March 25 - Michaelmas, Michaelmas Day, September 29 - Easterpáskar - August 1, Lammas, Lammas Day - Palm Sunday - Good Fridayföstudagurinn langi - Holy Saturday - Septuagesima, Septuagesima Sunday - Trinity Sunday - Holy Thursday, Maundy Thursdayskírdagur - June 29, Saints Peter and Paul - Assumption, Assumption of Mary, August 15 - Epiphany, Epiphany of Our Lord, January 6, Three Kings' Day, Twelfth day - March 19, Saint Joseph, St Joseph - Twelfth night - Allhallows, All Saints' Day, All Saints Day, Hallowmas, Hallowmass, November 1 - December 8, Immaculate Conception - All Souls' Day, November 2 - Ash Wednesday - Feast of the Unleavened Bread, Passover, Pesach, Pesah - Christmas, Christmastide, Christmastime, Noel, Yule, Yuletide - Boxing Dayannar dagur jóla - Purim - Feast of Weeks, Pentecost, Shabuoth, Shavous, Shavuot, Shavuoth - Rejoicing in the Law, Rejoicing of the Law, Rejoicing over the Law, Shimchath Torah, Simchas Torah, Simchat Torah, Simhath Torah, Simhat Torah - Fast of Ab, Fast of Av, Ninth of Ab, Ninth of Av, Tisha b'Ab, Tisha b'Av, Tishah b'Ab, Tishah b'Av - Channukah, Channukkah, Chanukah, Chanukkah, Feast of Dedication, Feast of Lights, Feast of the Dedication, Festival of Lights, Hannukah, Hanukah, Hanukkah - name day, Saint's day - June 24, Midsummer's Day, Midsummer Day, St John's Day - matins, morning prayer - terce, tierce - sext - evensong, vespers - complin, compline - season - Mardi Gras, pancake day, Shrove Tuesday - shibah, shiva, shivah[Domaine]

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