A sixteenth-century movement in Europe that questioned the authority of the Roman Catholic Church.
A person deemed holy by a religious tradition, especially in Roman Catholicism.
Writing, speech, or thought about the nature and behavior of God.
The third division of the Jewish canon, also called by the Hebrew name Ketuvim. The other two divisions are the Torah (Pentateuch) and Nevi'im (Prophets); together the three divisions create the acronym Tanakh, the Jewish term for the Hebrew Bible.
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