|belief in Apocalypse||apocalypticism|
|(Christianity) a heretic who adhered to the belief that the Trinity does not exist||Monarchian|
|(Geology) belief that major geological changes on earth were caused by catastrophes (and not by gradual change), pessimism, theory of geological violence||catastrophism|
|(History) principles and methods of the Nazis, doctrines of German National Socialists, belief that the Aryan race is superior to all other races (especially races of color) and that genocide is justifiable||Naziism|
|(History) principles and methods of the Nazis, doctrines of German National Socialists, belief that the Aryan race is superior to all other races (especially races of color) and that genocide is justifiable||nazism|
|19thC literary and artistic movement, artistic use of symbols, belief in symbolic nature of Eucharist, expression of an idea by means of symbols (as in art, literature, etc.); system of symbols; symbolic meaning||symbolism|
|abdicate, relinquish by formal declaration; forgo voluntarily; repudiate, forsake, abandon, act of not following suit, give something up, give up claim to something, not follow suit, reject belief||renounce|
|absence of reason, belief in feelings||irrationalism|
|acceptance, belief that something is true, faith, confidence, trustworthiness||credence|
|accepted unwritten Christian doctrines, body of customs, custom or belief, practice, convention, handing down of customs, teachings supplementing Koran, transfer of ownership||tradition|
|accompaniment, concurrence, Christian belief regarding Communion, existence or occurrence together, something connected with something else||concomitance|
|acknowledgement; condemnation; convincing; act of convicting, firmly held belief, firmness of belief, guilty verdict||conviction|
|act of being transubstantiated; process of becoming something else; belief that sacred wine and bread become the body and blood of Jesus in the sacrament of the Mass (Christianity), change of substance, Christian doctrine, see also:consubstantiation||transubstantiation|
|action showing belief||act of faith|
|adherence to letter of law, belief in necessity of good deeds, law term, obsessive adherence to rules; pedantry; doctrine that salvation is gained through good works (Christianity)||legalism|
|adoption as belief, marriage, marriage ceremony; championing of a cause, supporting of an idea or principle||espousal|
|advocate of dualism; advocate of the belief that mind and matter exist separately (Philosophy); advocate of the belief that good and evil are embodied in two separate divine beings or principles (Theology)||dualist|
|affectionate embrace, congratulate yourself, embrace affectionately, clasping of the arms around a person or thing, hold tightly, wrap the arms tightly around (a person or thing); cling to, cherish (an opinion, belief, etc.), keep close, put your arms ...||hug|
|African characteristic, belief or custom that is characteristic of African culture; African expression or word that is used in a non-African language||Africanism|
|all Protestant churches, belief in Protestant doctrines||Protestantism|
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