'A' Religion Quiz

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Can you name the religious words, terms or people that begin with 'A'?

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The first man according to Genesis
Worshipped in both ancient Greek and Roman religions, he's an Olympian deity and the son of Zeus.
A name for God used by some religions, including Muslims
God made a covenant with this patriarch of the Israelites.
Heavenly beings that sometimes serve as messengers from God or as guardians.
Boat built by Noah
A religious denomination known for simple living, plain dress, and reluctance to adopt modern conveniences
The twelve men specially chosen by Jesus.
An Aramaic word for father used by some when addressing God
Forgiveness of sins pronounced by a priest in the Sacrament of Reconciliation
A sacred chest described in the Bible as containing the Tablets of Stone on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed
A bishop of an elevated rank who presides over other bishops in a well defined district
A Greek word for love that is found in the New Testament encompassing love for all humanity
The term for Jesus' rising to Heaven
In Hinduism, it is the earthly descent, incarnation, or manifestation of God
Ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty
Egyptian god of embalming and the dead; he has the body of a man and the head of a jackal
New Testament book which follows the gospels and contains Saul's conversion.
Fisherman who was Peter's brother who also became an apostle.
Christian holy day celebrating holy men and women who have died. Celebrated November 1 in Western churches.
Egyptian gods are often depicted holding this symbol of a cross with a loop; known as the 'key of life' or 'key of the Nile'
From Latin meaning 'coming', the period of time for reflection & prayer beginning four Sundays before Christmas.
Yom Kippur is also known as the Day of _______.
The feast commemorating the angel Gabriel appearing to Mary to tell her that she would bear God's son
This word, usually found at the end of a prayer, is an affirmation of faith and belief.
Belief that everything in the universe, e.g., humans, animals, plant life, rocks, etc. contain a life force, soul or spirit
Events as described in the Book of Revelation; the Four Horsemen of the ___________
The day of fasting and prayer that begins the Lenten season
A.D. is an abbreviation for this Latin term meaning 'year of our Lord'.
One who assists the celebrant in liturgical rites.
Islamic call to prayer
Man killed by his brother Cain.

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