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baptism a Christian ceremony in which someone who wishes to join the church is sprinkled with water or dipped in water.
baptize to perform the Christian ceremony of dipping in or sprinkling with water as a symbol of becoming a member of the church. [2 definitions]
bishop a clergyman who holds a high position in certain Christian churches. A bishop is often in charge of a group of churches. [1/2 definitions]
century one of the hundred-year periods into which human history is divided. Centuries are usually counted forward or backward from the beginning of the Christian era. [1/2 definitions]
Christian a member of a Christian church. [1/4 definitions]
Christianity the Christian religion, including its many separate branches. [1/2 definitions]
Christmas December 25, a Christian holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
church a building used for public Christian religious services. [3 definitions]
commandment in the Jewish or Christian Bible, one of the Ten Commandments or laws given to Moses by God. [1/2 definitions]
communion (capitalized) the part of a Christian service that honors the last supper of Jesus and his apostles. [1/2 definitions]
deacon a clergyman in certain Christian churches. [2 definitions]
Easter a Christian holiday to celebrate that Jesus Christ returned to life after he died. Easter is held every spring on the Sunday after the first full moon between March 21 and April 25.
Good Friday a Christian holiday on the Friday before Easter Sunday that marks the death of Jesus Christ.
Halloween October 31. Halloween is celebrated by children who dress up in costumes and go from house to house begging for treats or playing tricks. In the Christian calendar, Halloween is the night before All Saints' Day, a festival celebrated by some Christian churches.
icon an image or picture of a religious figure which is itself seen as holy by some Christian churches. [1/3 definitions]
Jesus Christ the teacher and prophet who founded the Christian faith. He is considered by Christians to be the son of God and the Christ or savior. Jesus lived from about 4 B.C. to 29 A.D.
New Testament the books of the Christian Bible that tell of the life and works of Jesus Christ and his apostles.
Old Testament the Christian name for the writings that make up the first major part of the Bible. The Old Testament is also part of the Hebrew scriptures.
pagan a person outside of accepted Western religions; one who is not a Christian, Jew, or Muslim; heathen. [1/2 definitions]
parish a district of a Christian religion that has its own church and priest or minister.
Protestant a Christian who belongs to a church other than the Catholic Church or an Eastern Orthodox church.