attributing human form or characteristics to beings not human, especially gods
a common semitic word for God used in the bible
The Babylonian Creation Myth
The event in which the eternal Son of God took on human flesh, to save us from our sins
the disordered human appetites or desires which remain even after baptism due to the temporal consequences of original sin and which constitute an inclination to sin. this is often used to refer to desires resulting from strong sensual urges or attachment to things of the world.
the time during the development of human culture before the appearance of the written word
twelve tribes of Israel
twelve sons of Jacob, grandson of Abraham, through which modern Jews trace their heritage
a manifestation or appearance of God to moses
a portable sanctuary in which the Jews carried the Ark of the Covenant on their exodus
The corruption and guilt that the human race has inherited from Adam and Eve.