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Sikh meditation technique of remembering or repeating the divine name and divine attributes in seek of liberation. (associated with Sikhism)
A sanctuary lamp or eternal light that hangs above the ark holding the Torah in a synagogue. (associated with Judaism)
The second part of the Christian Bible (the first being the Old Testament). A collection of the 27 books of the Bible that were produced by the Christian church, comprising the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles and the Revelations. (associated with Christianity)
The profession of faith that is most widely used in Christian liturgy. It is named after the city of Nicaea, where the first ecumenical council met and approved it in 325. (associated with Roman Catholic)
A Muslim marriage contract. (associated with Islam)
Literally means "blowing out," a state free of all ignorance and desire, where one achieves liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth. (associated with Buddhism)
The sincere desire or intention one must have in order to do something – including worship and prayer for Allah. (associated with Islam)
English Christians who are not members of the Church of England (many moved to Canada during colonization). (associated with Christianity)
Not holding Saturday or Sunday as the sabbath or day of rest. Sunday may still be observed as a church service day, but it is not associated with the sabbath commandment. (associated with the Religious Society of Friends)
A woman who is a member of a religious order, usually bound by vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. (associated with Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Eastern Orthodox and Buddhism)
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