Glossary of Terms
Exorcism – a formal religious ceremony or ritual used with the intention of driving ‘evil spirits’ out of a person or place which is believed to be possessed by them.
Holy Trinity – defined in Christianity as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
Pentecost – commemorates the gift of the Holy Spirit to the apostles of Jesus Christ on the seventh Sunday after Easter.
Protestant – a member or adherent of any denomination of the western Christian church that rejects papal authority and some fundamental Roman Catholic doctrines, and believes in justification by faith.
Soul – who you are, the person, what differentiates you from others, remains with you when you die.
Spirit – that which keeps you alive, your breath of life, what goes back to God when you die, belongs to God.
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