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Monotheistic Religions

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Topic: Comparative Religion
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Tutorial Preview … eternal life. Christians believe in the life after death whereby one leads a good life, they get to go to heaven while those who don’t believe in God and his son go to hell. Hell is a place of eternal torment. Some denominations in Christianity believe in saints who are Christians who have led exceptional lives on earth…
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Preview: preaching poverty and the simple life. In 1215, the Fourth Lateran Council affirmed the authority of the Pope and the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church. In 1380, Wycliffe supervised the translation of the bible to English. In 1456, Johann Gutenberg produced the first printed bible. In 1478, the Spanish Inquisition was established. In 1525, the Anabaptist reformation begun which advocated for the baptism of adults and the separation of the church and state. .....
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