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    ((العهـــد القــديم )) Old Testament


    سفر التكوين
    Genesis (Gen)

    سفر الخروج
    Exodus (Exod)

    سفر اللاويين
    Leviticus (Lev)

    سفر العدد
    Numbers (Num)

    سفر التثنية
    Deuteronomy (Deut)

    سفر يشوع
    Joshua (Josh)

    سفر القضاة
    Judges (Judg)

    سفر راعوث
    Ruth

    صموئيل الأول
    I Samuel (I sam)

    صموئيل الثاني
    II Samuel (II sam)

    ملوك الأول
    I Kings (I Kgs)

    ملوك الثاني
    II kings (II Kgs)

    أخبار الأيام 1
    I Chronicles (I Chron)

    أخبار الأيام 2
    II Chronicles (II Chron)

    سفر عزرا
    Ezra

    سفر نحميا
    Nehemiah (Neh)

    سفر استير
    Esther

    سفر أيوب
    Job

    سفر المزامير
    Psalms (Ps)

    سفر الأمثال
    Proverbs (Prov)

    سفر الجامعة
    Ecclesiastes (Eccles)

    نشيد الإنشاد
    Song of Solomon or

    Song of Songs (S of S)

    سفر أشعياء
    Isaiah (Isa)

    سفر أرميا
    Jeremiah (Jer)

    مراثي أرميا
    Lamentations (Lam)

    سفر حزقيال
    Ezekiel (Ezek)

    سفر دانيال
    Daniel (Dan)

    سفر هوشع
    Hosea (Hos)

    سفر يوئيل
    Joel

    سفر عاموس
    Amos

    سفر عوبديا
    Obadiah (Obad)

    سفر يونان
    Jonah

    سفر ميخا
    Micah

    سفر ناحوم
    Nahum

    سفر حبقوق
    Habakkuk (Hab )

    سفر صفنيا
    Zephaniah (Zeph)

    سفر حجى
    Haggai (Hag)

    سفر زكريا
    Zechariah (Zech)

    سفر ملاخى
    ( Mal ) . Malachi
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    DeuterocanonThe
    ((الأسفار القانونية الثانية ,تابعة للعهد القديم )) حَذَفَها البروتستنت)

    سفر طوبيا
    Tobit

    سفر يهوديت
    Judith

    تتمة سفر أستر
    Esther

    سفر الحكمة
    Wisdom

    سفر يسوع بن سيراخ
    Jushua Son of Sirach

    سفر نبوة باروخ
    Baruch

    تتمة سفر دنيال
    Daneil

    سفر المكابيين الأول
    First of Maccabees

    سفر المكابيين الثاني
    Second of Maccabees

    المزمور 151
    Paslam 151
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    ((العهد الجديد)) New Testament

    إنجيل متّى
    St Matthew (Matt)

    إنجيل مرقس
    St mark

    إنجيل لوقا
    St luke

    إنجيل يوحنا
    St John

    أعمال الرسل
    Acts

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى أهل رومية
    Romans (Rom)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الأولى إلى أهل كورنثوس
    I Corinthians (I Cor)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الثانية إلى أهل كورنثوس
    II Corinthians (II Cor)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى أهل غلاطية
    Galatians (Gal)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى أهل افسس
    Ephesians (Eph)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى أهل فيلبى
    Philippians (Phil)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى أهل كولوسى
    Colossians (Col)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الأولى إلى أهل تسالونيكى
    I Thessalonians (I Thess)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الثانية إلى أهل تسالونيكى
    II Thessalonians (II Thess)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الأولى إلى تيموثاوس
    I Timothy (I Tim)

    رسالة بولس الرسول الثانية إلى تيموثاوس
    II Timothy (II Tim)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى تيطس
    Titus (Tit)

    رسالة بولس الرسول إلى فيلمون
    Philemon (Philem)

    الرسالة إلى العبرانيين
    Hebrews (Heb)

    رسالة يعقوب
    James (Jas)

    رسالة بطرس الأولى
    I Peter (I Pet)

    رسالة بطرس الثانية
    II Peter (II Pet)

    رسالة يوحنا الأولى
    I John

    رسالة يوحنا الثانية
    II John

    رسالة يوحنا الثالثة
    III John

    رسالة يهوذا
    Jude

    سفر الرؤيا
    Revelation (Rev) or Apocalypse

    سينيائية
    Sinaiticus
    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة نسيبة بنت كعب ; 27-10-2007 الساعة 12:23 AM
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    الصورة الرمزية a muslim
    a muslim غير متواجد حالياً عضو
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    بسم الله ما شاء الله
    بارك الله فيكم على هذه التجميعة الرائعة للمصطلحات سأسعى لحفظها عن ظهر قلب
    أنا لى باع فى مجال الترجمة و الحمد لله من قبل و من بعد و أرجو أن تشركونى فى أعمال الترجمة عسى الله أن ننال منه الخير إن شاء الله
    فى انتظار الرد
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    اقتباس
    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة a muslim مشاهدة المشاركة
    بسم الله ما شاء الله
    بارك الله فيكم على هذه التجميعة الرائعة للمصطلحات سأسعى لحفظها عن ظهر قلب
    أنا لى باع فى مجال الترجمة و الحمد لله من قبل و من بعد و أرجو أن تشركونى فى أعمال الترجمة عسى الله أن ننال منه الخير إن شاء الله
    فى انتظار الرد

    اخى المحترم - a muslim

    بارك الله بك وارحب بك معى فى هذا العمل المنفرد

    ما رايك ان تعمل معى فى هذا المشروع

    ترجمة كتاب رد الشبهات الذى قام به اخى السيف البتار

    The Quran & The Bible in the light of Science and History

    يمكنك ان تبدأ من الجزء الخامس وانشر مشاركتك فى رابط منفصل ولتسمه a muslim translation
    حتى اقوم بمراجعته وتنقيحه قبل ان اضمه على اجزاء اقوم بترجمتها ايضا

    اخبرنى هنا وان شاء الله ستجد ما يسرك

    احترامى ودعواتى لك ايها الطيب
    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة نسيبة بنت كعب ; 31-10-2007 الساعة 09:10 PM
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    أختى فى الله : نسيبة بنت كعب
    شكرا لك لتواصلك و ردك السريع لقد قمت بتحميل الجزء الخامس و أنا الآن أسعى لترجمته
    هناك بعض الاستفسارات الخاصة أرسلت لك بها على الخاص و ذلك لأنه لا خبرة لى على الإطلاق بعلم مقارنة الأديان
    فى انتظار ردك الكريم
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    ارسلت لك الرد
    وعليك الاستعانة بالسيف البتار ليعطيك الرابط الاصلى لانه لا يفتح فى بلادى

    موفق دائما

    قلبى معك
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    Glossary of Churches and Cathedrals

    Church architecture has a language all its own. This glossary will help you better understand and appreciate what you're looking at when visiting churches and reading your travel guide. Key terms in non-English languages and terms related to church staff and services are also included.

    abbey
    Church, monastery or convent used by a monastic community governed by an abbot or abbess. It is usually a large religious house belonging either to one of the orders of the Benedictine family or to certain orders of the Canons Regular (Augustinian Canons). See also priory.
    abbot
    Head of a monastery elected by the monks for life.
    acolyte
    Highest of the minor orders of the ministry, usually responsible for candles and assisting in preparations for mass.
    altar
    The holiest part of a church, used primarily for the Eucharist. In the medieval period the altar was a table or rectangular slab made of stone or marble, often set upon a raised step. After the Reformation the stone altars were replaced by wooden communion tables.
    ambulatory
    A covered passage behind the altar, linking it with chapels at the east end of the church.
    apse
    A rounded alcove behind the altar, especially found in Orthodox churches.
    archbishop
    A bishop who oversees all other bishops in a province. In the Episcopal Church, the archbishop is called the Presiding Bishop.
    baptism
    The rite of admission to membership in Christian churches that involves immersing, sprinkling or anointing with water. Regarded as a sacrament by Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant Christians. Most denominations practice infant baptism; some only baptize adult believers.
    baptistery
    Room in a church where the font is stored and baptisms are performed, generally near the west door. Sometimes a screen or grille separates the baptistery from the nave, and occasionally the baptistery is an entirely separate building (as in the Baptistery of S. Giovanni in Florence).
    basilica
    (basilique in French; basilika in German.) Term describing an architectural style, the status of a church, or both. (1) Architecturally, a basilica is an oblong, colonnaded building that was used in the Roman Empire as a town hall or law court. The style was later adapted by Christianity in its church architecture. (2) With respect to status, a basilica is a church that has been awarded special status by the Pope. In this regard, basilicas may be classified as Major or Minor Basilicas.
    bay
    A vertical division, usually marked by vertical shafts or supporting columns.
    beguinage
    A community of lay women living a life of poverty and chastity without living under a monastic rule or taking irrevocable vows.
    belfry
    The upper story of a tower where bells are hung, or a purpose-built structure for the hanging of bells.
    Benedictine
    Order of monks or nuns living according to the Rule of St Benedict.
    bishop
    From Greek episkopos, "overseer." An ordained member of the church who has ultimate authority over all the churches in a diocese and has the power to ordain priests and administer confirmation.
    Book of Hours
    A book for the laity containing Psalms and prayers to be read at the times of the Divine Office.
    Breviary
    Book containing the Divine Office of the Roman Catholic Church.
    buttress
    A mass of masonry or brickwork projecting from or built against a wall to give additional strength. See also flying buttress.
    Byzantine
    Relating to the eastern Roman Empire, based in Constantinople, after the fall of Rome.
    campanile
    Bell tower, usually separated from the main building.
    canons
    Members of the chapter (governing body) of a cathedral.
    canticle
    Song or prayer, other than a Psalm, derived from the Bible and used in church worship.
    cathedral
    (cattedrale or duomo in Italian; cathédrale in French; dom in German; catedral in Spanish.) A church that serves as the headquarters of a bishop. It is so named because it contains the bishop's cathedra, seat or throne.
    celebrant
    Priest or minister who presides over a service including the Eucharist. Compare with "officiant."
    chancel
    The eastern or front end of a church, containing the choir and altar and usually reserved for use by the clergy and choir.
    chapel
    A small building or room set aside for worship. Large churches or cathedrals might have many chapels dedicated to different saints. A chantry chapel is a special chapel for prayers for the dead.
    chapter
    The canons and Dean, who together constitute the governing body of a cathedral.
    chapter house
    A building attached to a cathedral where the chapter meets to govern that cathedral.
    chevron
    A zigzag pattern characteristic of Romanesque decoration that is often carved around pillars, arches and doorways.
    choir
    Also spelled quire. The eastern arm (front) of a church, where services were historically sung.
    Christ Pantocrator
    Christ depicted as "Ruler of the Universe," a common image on Orthodox icons.
    church
    (église in French; iglesia in Spanish; igreja in Portugese; chiesa in Italian; kostel in Czech; kirche in German; kirk in Scottish; kerk in Dutch.) A building used for Christian worship.
    cinquefoil
    Ornamental tracery in the form of a flower with five symmetrical petals.
    clergy
    Church leaders who have been formally ordained into the ministry.
    collegiate church
    A church governed by a chapter of canons, but not a cathedral.
    convent
    A monastery for (female) nuns.
    crossing
    The point at which the transepts cross the nave of a church.
    crucifer
    From Latin, "cross-bearer." Acolyte who carries the cross in a church procession before the service. The crucifer is followed by the choir, the acolytes, the lay ministers, and then the clergy in order of rank (highest last).
    crucifix
    A cross with an image of the crucified Christ on it.
    cruciform
    Cross-shaped.
    crypt
    A vaulted chamber made to house graves and relics, generally located beneath the chancel. Many crypts were made very large to allow access to pilgrims.
    curate
    In Anglicanism, assistant pastor whose duties commonly include visiting the sick and shut-ins.
    dean
    The head of the chapter (governing body) of a cathedral.
    Decorated
    Second phase of Gothic in England, of the early 14th century. Characterized by sinuous decorative forms and considerable surface decoration.
    deanery
    House occupied by the Dean of a cathedral.
    diocese
    A geographical region headed by a bishop, which usually includes several congregations, also known as a see. In Orthodoxy, a diocese is called an eparchy.
    Divine Office
    Also called daily office. The daily cycle of prayer services performed by clergy in liturgical churches. It includes the "day hours" - lauds, prime, terce, sext, none, vespers and compline - and the "night office" (matins).
    Dominicans
    Also called the Friars Preacher or the Black Friars. Order of mendicant friars founded in the early 13th century by the Spanish St Dominic.
    dorter
    A monastic dormitory.
    doxology
    (Greek doxa, "glory"). A short hymn glorifying God.
    Duomo
    In Italian, a church that is or once was a cathedral. The formal word for a current cathedral is cattedrale.
    effigy tomb
    A tomb bearing a representation of the deceased, usually life sized, in three dimensions and of stone.
    episcopal
    Pertaining to the authority of a bishop.
    eremetical
    Pertaining to the life of a hermit.
    exchequer
    Monastic building where rents and other income are received and held.
    Eucharist
    Also called Communion or the Lord's Supper. A sacrament commemorating the Last Supper of Christ with the sharing of bread and wine. Many branches of Christianity, including Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and Presbyterian, believe in the "Real Presence" of Christ in the bread and wine of the Eucharist. Thus the bread and wine become holy objects after consecration.
    feretory
    A chapel containing the shrine for a saint's relics.
    Flamboyant
    The late Gothic style in France, characterized by long wavy tracery designs.
    flushwork
    A decorative technique for exterior walls, in which designs are picked out in white stone against a background of flint cobbles.
    flying buttress
    A free-standing buttress linked to a church wall by an arch or part of an arch that serves to transmit the outward thrust of the wall to the buttress.
    Franciscans
    Monastic order founded by Francis of Assisi in 1210 AD.
    frater
    A monastic dining room or refectory.
    font
    Also baptismal font or baptismal. A container, usually of stone, which contained holy water for baptism. Usually located near the west door, sometimes the fonts had elaborately carved wooden canopies.
    Galilee
    A vestibule or occasionally a chapel, originally for penitents and usually at the west end of a church.
    gallery
    Also called a tribune. An upper story over an aisle, opening on to the nave.
    gargoyle
    A grotesque carving, usually in the form of a human or animal, at the end of a spout designed to carry rainwater away from the wall of a church.
    Gothic
    A style of architecture that was prevalent in Western Europe from about 1200 until 1550. Common characteristics include: Pointed arches; tall, slender pillars; flying buttresses; large windows with ornate tracery. In England, Gothic is normally divided into three succeeding phases - Early English, Decorated and Perpendicular.
    Greek cross plan
    Church floor plan with four equal arms. See also Latin Cross Plan.
    hagioscope
    Also called a squint. A hole cut through a church wall or pillar in order to give a view of the altar.
    High Altar
    In a church with several altars, the main altar located in the chancel.
    icon
    A picture of a sacred or sanctified Christian person, traditionally used and venerated in the Orthodox Church. Icons commonly represent Christ Pantocrator, the Virgin as Queen of Heaven, or, less frequently, the saints. Since the 6th century, icons have been considered an aid to the devotee in making his prayers heard by the holy figure represented in the icon. The Orthodox icon grew out of the mosaic and fresco tradition of early Byzantine art.
    iconostasis
    From Greek for "icon-stand." In Orthodox churches (such as in Greece or Russia), the screen separating the sanctuary or altar from the church proper and adorned with various icons. The main tier the main tier must follow this iconographic form (from left to right): icon of the Patron Saint of the church, icon of the Virgin Mary, icon of Christ, and icon of St. John the Baptist.
    jamb
    A vertical post supporting a window frame or doorway.
    Jesse Window
    A stained glass window featuring a family tree showing the ancestral link between Jesse (the father of King David) and Christ.
    Kaiserdom
    In German, a imperial cathedral (i.e. associated with a Holy Roman Emperor).
    keystone
    A wedge-shaped or tapered stone placed at the top of an arch or vault. In vaulting it occurs at the intersection of the ribs of a ribbed vault.
    Latin Cross Plan
    Church floor plan with one arm longer than the other three.
    lavatorium
    A room or building in a monastery where monks washed before meals.
    lectern
    The speaker stand in the front of a church used for things like lay Bible readings and announcements. It is usually on the right (as viewed from the congregation).
    litany
    A form of prayer consisting of a series of petitions sung by a deacon, a priest or cantors, to which the people made fixed responses.
    liturgy
    The prescribed worship rituals of the church, including the mass and divine office.
    Major Basilica
    Also called a Patriarchal Basilica. One of five churches in Rome given this designation by the Pope. The Major Basilicas represent the five great patriarchal churches in early Christian history: Rome (St. John Lateran), Constantinople (St. Peter's), Jerusalem (St. Lawrence Outside the Walls), Antioch (St. Mary Major) and Alexandria (St. Paul Outside the Walls). Among the distinctions of a Major Basilica is a "holy door" through which one must pass to fulfill the conditions of a Jubilee.
    master general
    The head of the Dominican order.
    matins
    The night office or the service recited at 2 am in the divine office.
    metropolitan
    A bishop with authority over a group of a province of dioceses and their bishops; also known as an archbishop.
    minister general
    The head of the Franciscan order.
    Minor Basilica
    Also called a Lesser Basilica. One of a number of churches that have been given this distinction by the Pope. This designation confers a certain precedence over other churches in the area (except the cathedral) and allows the use of certain symbols and vestments.
    misericord
    From Latin misericordiae, "compassion." A swing-up seat in the choir of a major church, allowing clergy celebrating divine office to rest their weight while standing up.
    missal
    book containing the forms of service for the mass
    narthex
    The foyer or entryway of a church.
    nave
    The place where the congregation gathers from worship, as distinct from the place from which the service is led. It usually contains pews and one or more aisles.
    niche
    A shallow recess in a wall designed to contain a statue or some other ornament.
    night stair
    A staircase used by the monks to enter a church directly from their dormitory in order to attend late night and early morning services.
    Norman
    Term used for Romanesque architecture in Britain.
    Perpendicular
    The final phase of Gothic in England, characterized by large windows with vertical tracery and flattened arches.
    pew
    A long, backed bench on which congregants sit during church services.
    porch
    A covered entrance to a doorway. In some great churches these are large and elaborate structures.
    prior
    A leading member of a monastery, second in rank to the abbot, elected by the monks to serve for life.
    priory
    A monastery or convent led by a prior. Originally, a priory was an offshoot from a larger abbey, to the abbot of which it continued to be subordinate. Today there is often little distinction between an abbey and a priory.
    pulpit
    The speaker stand in the front of a church used by clergy for sermons and Gospel readings. It is usually on the left (as viewed from the congregation).
    quoin
    Dressed stone at the corner of a building.
    rector
    In Anglicanism, the elected pastor of a financially self-supported congregation. If there are several clergy in the congregation, the rector has primary responsibility for directing worship.
    refectory
    A monastic dining room.
    reredorter
    A monastic toilet.
    reredos
    A decorative screen behind the altar, usually decoratively carved.
    retable
    A carving or painting standing immediately above and behind an altar.
    ribbed vaulting
    Stone or brick vaulting typically used for roofing and comprising a thin, light layer supported by a framework of arched ribs.
    Romanesque
    A style of architecture that flourished in Western Europe between 1050 and 1200, deriving its name from the fact that it drew much of its influence from Roman architecture. In England, it is also called the Norman style. Some of the characteristic features of this school of architecture are: Rounded arches; squat, massive pillars; small windows; and simple, carved decoration.
    sacristy
    The room or closet in which communion supplies and equipment are kept.
    sanctuary
    Literally, "the sacred place." Historically, the part of the church containing the altar and from which the service is conducted, as distinct from the nave. (In modern lecture-hall plans, the two are not architecturally distinct and therefore "sanctuary" refers to both parts together.) In medieval times, fugitives from the law were immune from arrest in the sanctuary.
    ******orium
    A room set apart for writing in a monastery.
    sedilia
    A set of stone seats close to an altar for use by the officiating priests.
    shrine
    A building or place (from an entire church to a small plaque) dedicated to a particular type of devotion commemorating an event or person.
    slype
    A covered walkway from the transept or cloisters of a cathedral to the chapter house.
    spandrel
    The walling above and around the curve of an arch.
    spire
    An elongated, pointed structure that rises from a tower, turret, or roof.
    squint
    See hagioscope.
    stalls
    Divisions within the choir, where clergy sat (or stood) during services. They are often made of richly carved wood.
    stoup
    A container for holy water near the door.
    tester
    A cover or canopy suspended over a tomb or a pulpit. The tester may have a purely ornamental purpose or - where positioned over a pulpit - may be used as a sounding board to magnify and direct the preacher's voice.
    thurible
    Container in which incense is burned.
    tracery
    Carved stonework of interlaced and branching ribs, particularly the lace-like stonework in the upper part of a Gothic window.
    transept
    In churches and cathedrals with a cross-shaped floor plan, the transverse, usually shorter, arm of the church. The transept is usually located between the nave and the chancel and usually lies north to south.
    trifoil or trefoil
    Ornamental tracery in the form of a flower with three symmetrical petals.
    tympanum
    An area above a door between the lintel and the arch. This area often contains a carving.
    undercroft
    Also called a crypt. A vaulted underground room beneath a church which may be used either as a burial place or for storage.
    vestry
    Room where the clergy and choir dress and the vestments are kept.
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    Glossary of Technical Words Used In The Church


    altar - table on which bread and wine are consecrated to God
    altar servers - boys and girls who help during Mass
    anoint - to pour oil
    apostolic - relating to the first twelve disciples of Jesus (Apostles), or their teachings and practice
    Articles of War - ******** signed by someone on becoming a Salvation Army soldier at an enrolment, or swearing in, ceremony also called a soldier's covenant
    atonement - reconciliation between God and people
    Award scheme - part of the Junior Soldier programme which includes teaching about Salvation Army History, worship and service
    baptism - immersion or sprinkling to show that a person has been forgiven and joined the church
    Baptistry - pool for baptism by immersion
    Bible - the key collection of religious writings for Christians, including the 'Old' and 'New' Testaments
    Bishop - senior clergyman in charge of a diocese
    bless - to set apart, consecrate, by a religious ceremony
    'Blood and Fire' - the motto of The Salvation Army; 'Blood' refers to the work of the cross and the 'Fire' refers to the work of the Holy Spirit
    Booth, Catherine and William - the founders of The Salvation Army
    born again - having a personal faith in Jesus Christ; a phrase used by Jesus
    cadet - soldier training to be an officer in the Salvation Army
    celibacy - choosing to remain single and not have sexual relationships
    chalice - cup for communion wine
    Children's Liturgy - group for children
    christening - baptism, usually of infants
    citadel - name for a Salvation Army hall
    Clergy - those ordained for religious service
    Clerk - keeper of the records
    commanding officer - the leader in charge of a Salvation Army corps
    communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death
    community programme - work to relieve need and help in the community
    confession - admitting one's sins for forgiveness
    confirmation - when a baptised person confirms their Christian faith and is admitted to full participation in the Church
    congregation - group of people gathered for worship
    consecration - when the bread and wine are ritually offered to God in Catholic Mass
    corps - group of Salvationists in one area
    corps council - group of Salvationists and friends which help to organise the Salvation Army corps
    covenant - agreement/contract between God and people
    creed - summary of Christian belief
    Deacons - church leaders with practical responsibilities
    Deacons' Courts - group of Deacons giving leadership within a church (Free Church of Scotland)
    dedication - ceremony in which God's blessing is asked for a child
    denomination - group with its own distinctive interpretation of the Christian faith
    diocese - district under the Pastoral care of a Bishop
    disciple - follower; for Christians, a follower of Jesus
    doctrines - set of beliefs
    Elders - group of leaders of a church community
    established - to give (a church) the status of a national institution
    established church - to give (a church) the status of a national institution
    Eucharist - thanksgiving, Holy Communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death
    evangelical - Christians who believe in the authority of the Bible and the need of forgiveness through Jesus Christ
    evangelism - spreading the Christian message
    faith - secure belief in God
    fast - to keep from eating food, or certain foods
    Gaelic - celtic language spoken in Scotland
    General - the international leader of the Salvation Army
    General Assembly - Governing body (in the Church of Scotland and the Free Church of Scotland)
    genuflect - to kneel on one knee
    gospel - the good news of Jesus Christ
    holiness - purity, Godliness
    holiness table - table at the front of a citadel where people may pray for power to be more holy
    Holy Communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death
    Holy Table - altar, communion table
    Holy Water - water set apart for a religious purpose
    homily - talk explaining the passage from the Bible that is set for the day
    host - bread consecrtaed in the Eucharist
    icon - representation of Christ or a saint
    immersion - plunged under water
    independent - run by it's own members
    Junior soldiers - members of the SalvationArmy between seven and fourteen years of age
    Kirk Session - Minister and Elders leading the church (Presbyterian churches)
    laity - people who are not clergy
    lay - involving people who are not clergy
    Lay Readers - involving people who are not clergy
    Leadership team - group of leaders of a church community
    leadings - sense of direction from God
    Lectionary - set themes following the festivals and special days of the Christian year
    liturgy - fixed forms of public worship used in churches
    local officer - person with a certain responsibility in a Salvation Army corps
    Lord High Commissioner - the Queen's appointed representative at the annual General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
    Lord's Supper - another phrase for Holy Communion
    Mass - ritual of chants, readings, prayers and other ceremonies used in the celebration of the Eucharist in the Catholic church
    "Meetings for Sufferings" - Quaker meeting to direct the use of money
    mercy seat - bench in a Salvation Army hall where people kneel to pray
    Methodist circuit - group of Methodist churches linked together in a local area
    ministry - (1) teaching from the Bible; (2) receiving personal prayer and counselling (3) a personal gift or ability from God
    minutes - written record of what was agreed
    Mission Statement - summary of aims
    missionary - Christian worker sent to do religious and social work
    Moderator - Presbyterian Minister, presiding over (chairman of) General Assembly, Kirk Session or Presbytery
    non-conformist - church that is not Church of England (they were founded by people who would not conform to the 1662 Act of Uniformity)
    offering - something given to God, often money
    ordained - set apart to be a Priest, Pastor or Minister, Bishop or Deacon
    paedo-baptism - baptising infants
    parish - area a Vicar looks after
    parish church - a church that exists to look after the spiritual needs of everyone living in a particular area
    parochial - relating to a parish
    passover - Jewish festival remembering the Jews' escape from slavery, written about in the Old Testament of the Bible
    Pastor - leader of the church, cares for the people
    Pastoral Care Council - group of local officers
    pew - fixed wooden seats in older churches
    preaching - a talk or presentation exploring God's hopes for all people, often explaining a passage from the Bible
    precentor - one who leads the singing
    Presbytery - a council made up of ministers and Elders from churches in a particular geographical area, having oversight of all ministers, Kirk Sessions and congregations within its bounds
    Presbyterianism - the form of church government in which Elders and Ministers govern through 'courts' (as opposed to government involving Bishops - 'episcopacy')
    Priest - ordained Minister of Roman Catholic, Anglican or Orthodox church
    promise - (Salvation Army) is made when a junior soldier is enrolled as a member
    prostration - to kneel with the forehead touching the ground as a sign of repentance
    protestant - Christian who is not a member of the Roman Catholic or Orthodox churches
    Psalter - book of Psalms set to music
    pulpit - platform for preaching
    purity - clean, free (from sin and guilt)
    Rector - Vicar of what was once an important parish
    Reformation - movement for reform in the Christian church in the sixteenth century
    remission - God's pardon or forgiveness of sins
    repentance - turning back to God, redirecting one's life towards God
    resurrection - rising from the dead
    revival - a re-awakening of faith, a period of renewed religious interest
    Rosary of the Virgin Mary - string of beads used to say Our Father's, Hail Mary's and Glory Be's, whilst meditating on the main events of Jesus' life, death and resurrection
    sacrament - a ceremony that Christians believe brings God's blessing to those who share in it. Specifically, these are baptism and communion, and for Roman Catholic and Eastern churches also penance, confirmation, holy orders (being a Bishop, Priest or Deacon), marriage and the Sacrament of the Sick (for those with serious illness).
    sacrifice - giving up something of value
    salvation - rescued by God from the guilt and power of sin (wrongdoing)
    salvation meeting - religious service which emphasises the Bible teaching about Christ's sacrifice on the cross
    Salvationist - committed member of The Salvation Army and a Salvation Army; newspaper for Salvationists
    sanctity - holiness, set apart for God
    save - rescue (by God) from the guilt and power of sin (wrongdoing)
    sergeant major - local officer who helps to organize the Salvation Army corps
    sermon - talk explaining a Bible passage
    service of dedication - service giving a child's life into God's care
    sidesman - person who welcomes people when they arrive, and clears up after a service
    sin - disobeying the will of God; wrongdoing
    sins - wrong things people do, that break the laws of God
    singing company - choir of junior soldiers in the Salvation Army
    sinless - free from wrongdoing
    songster brigade - Salvation Army choir
    speaking in tongues - a God-given language
    stoup - bowl containing holy water
    symbol - something that represents or stands for something else
    testimony - a talk telling of a person's own Christian life
    The Christian Mission - the group of Christians which became The Salvation Army
    The William Booth College - centre for training Salvation Army officers
    Theophany - festival celebrating baptism of Christ
    timbrel - a tambourine
    tongues - a God-given language
    transubstantiation - the belief that the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ, with only the appearances of bread and wine remaining
    Trinity - the union of three persons in one God - Father, Son (Jesus) and Holy Spirit
    uniform - worn by Salvationists as a Christian witness
    usher - person who welcomes people at the door
    vestments - clothes worn for official acts
    Vicar - leader of an Anglican Church
    witnessing - identifying as Christians
    worship - giving reverent attention to God
    young people's band - brass band composed of junior soldiers of the Salvation Army
    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

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    Glossary of Christianity
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    شيري نبيل
    altar - table on which bread and wine are consecrated to God مذبح
    altar servers - boys and girls who help during Mass خدام المذبح
    anoint – to pour oil يمسح - يدهن
    apostolic - relating to the first twelve disciples of Jesus (Apostles), or their teachings and practice رسولي
    Atonement - reconciliation between God and people الكفارة
    baptism - immersion or sprinkling to show that a person has been forgiven and joined the church المعمودية
    Baptistery - pool for baptism by immersion جرن المعمودية
    Bible - the key collection of religious writings for Christians, including the 'Old' and 'New' Testaments الكتاب المقدس
    Bishop - senior clergyman in charge of a diocese أسقف
    bless – to set apart, consecrate, by a religious ceremony يبارك
    born again - having a personal faith in Jesus Christ; a phrase used by Jesus الميلاد الثاني
    celibacy - choosing to remain single and not have sexual relationships العفة
    chalice - cup for communion wine الكأس
    Children's Liturgy - group for children صلوات للأطفال
    Christening - baptism, usually of infants التعميد
    Clergy - those ordained for religious service الاكليروس
    Clerk - keeper of the records كاتب
    communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death التناول
    Confession - admitting one's sins for forgiveness الاعتراف
    confirmation - when a baptised person confirms their Christian faith and is admitted to full participation in the Church التثبيت
    congregation - group of people gathered for worship اجتماع
    consecration - when the bread and wine are ritually offered to God in Catholic Mass التقديس
    covenant - agreement/contract between God and people عهد
    creed - summary of Christian belief قانون الإيمان
    Deacons - church leaders with practical responsibilities دياكون
    Dedication - ceremony in which God's blessing is asked for a child صلاة مباركة الطفل
    denomination - group with its own distinctive interpretation of the Christian faith فرقة
    diocese - district under the Pastoral care of a Bishop أسقفية
    disciple – follower; for Christians, a follower of Jesus تلميذ
    doctrines - set of beliefs معتقدات
    Elders - group of leaders of a church community شيوخ الكنيسة
    Established - to give (a church) the status of a national institution تأسيس
    Eucharist - thanksgiving, Holy Communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death الافخارستية ( سر الشكر)
    Evangelical - Christians who believe in the authority of the Bible and the need of forgiveness through Jesus Christ إنجيلي
    Evangelism - spreading the Christian message الإنجليية
    faith - secure belief in God الإيمان
    fast - to keep from eating food, or certain foods الصيام
    genuflect - to kneel on one knee الركوع على ركبة واحدة
    gospel - the good news of Jesus Christ الإنجيل – البشارة
    holiness - purity, Godliness قداسة
    holiness table - table at the front of a citadel where people may pray for power to be more holy منضدة القداسة
    Holy Communion - sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus' death التناول
    Holy Table - altar, communion table المذبح
    Holy Water - water set apart for a religious purpose الماء المقدس
    homily - talk explaining the passage from the Bible that is set for the day عظة
    host - bread consecrated in the Eucharist الخبز المقدس
    icon - representation of Christ or a saint أيقونة
    Immersion - plunged under water تغطيس
    independent - run by it's own members مستقلة
    laity - people who are not clergy العامة (غير الاكليروس)
    lay - involving people who are not clergy العامة (غير الاكليروس)
    Lay Readers - involving people who are not clergy العامة (غير الاكليروس)
    Leadership team - group of leaders of a church community مجموعة القادة
    leadings - sense of direction from God قيادة المجموعة في اتجاه روحي
    Lectionary - set themes following the festivals and special days of the Christian year الكتب الطقسية
    liturgy - fixed forms of public worship used in churches طقس
    Lord's Supper - another phrase for Holy Communion العشاء الرباني
    Mass - ritual of chants, readings, prayers and other ceremonies used in the celebration of the Eucharist in the Catholic church القداس
    "Meetings for Sufferings" - Quaker meeting to direct the use of money اجتماع لجمع العطايا المالية
    mercy seat - كرسي الرحمة
    Methodist circuit - group of Methodist churches linked together in a local area مجموعة الكنائس المشيخية المحلية
    ministry - (1) teaching from the Bible; (2) receiving personal prayer and counselling (3) a personal gift or ability from God الوعظ – الخدمة –
    الموهبة الروحية
    minutes - written record of what was agreed محاضر
    Mission Statement - summary of aims بيان المهام
    Missionary - Christian worker sent to do religious and social work مرسل – إرسالية
    Moderator - Presbyterian Minister, presiding over (chairman of) General Assembly, Kirk Session or Presbytery خادم مشيخي
    non-conformist - church that is not Church of England (they were founded by people who would not conform to the 1662 Act of Uniformity( الكنائس غير كنيسة انجلترا
    offering - something given to God, often money قربان - عطاء
    ordained - set apart to be a Priest, Pastor or Minister, Bishop or Deacon مرسوم
    paedo-baptism - baptising infants تعميد الأطفال
    parish - area a Vicar looks after الابراشية
    parish church - a church that exists to look after the spiritual needs of everyone living in a particular area كنيسة الابراشية
    parochial - relating to a parish ابراشي
    passover - Jewish festival remembering the Jews' escape from slavery, written about in the Old Testament of the Bible عيد الفصح (من الأعياد اليهودية)
    Pastor - leader of the church, cares for the people الراعي
    Pastoral Care Council - group of local officers المجلس الرعوي
    pew - fixed wooden seats in older churches المقاعد
    preaching - a talk or presentation exploring God's hopes for all people, often explaining a passage from the Bible الوعظ
    Priest - ordained Minister of Roman Catholic, Anglican or Orthodox church قس
    prostration - to kneel with the forehead touching the ground as a sign of repentance السجود
    protestant - Christian who is not a member of the Roman Catholic or Orthodox churches بروتستانتي
    Psalter - book of Psalms set to music كتاب المزامير المغناة
    pulpit - platform for preaching المنبر
    purity - clean, free (from sin and guilt( الطهارة
    Rector - Vicar of what was once an important parish وكيل الإبراشية
    Reformation - movement for reform in the Christian church in the sixteenth century حركة الإصلاح
    remission - God's pardon or forgiveness of sins الغفران الإلهي
    repentance - turning back to God, redirecting one's life towards God التوبة
    resurrection – rising from the dead القيامة
    revival - a re-awakening of faith, a period of renewed religious interest النهضة
    Rosary of the Virgin Mary - string of beads used to say Our Father's, Hail Mary's and Glory Be's, whilst meditating on the main events of Jesus' life, death and resurrection السبحة الوردية
    sacrament - a ceremony that Christians believe brings God's blessing to those who share in it. Specifically, these are baptism and communion, and for Roman Catholic and Eastern churches also penance, confirmation, holy orders (being a Bishop, Priest or Deacon), marriage and the Sacrament of the Sick (for those with serious illness) الأسرار المقدسة (سبعة أسرار مقدسة، وهي: سر المعمودية وسر المسحة وسر التناول وسر التوبة والاعتراف وسر الزيجة المقدسة وسر مسحة المرضى وسر الكهنوت
    sacrifice - giving up something of value التضحية
    salvation - rescued by God from the guilt and power of sin (wrongdoing( الخلاص
    salvation meeting - religious service which emphasises the Bible teaching about Christ's sacrifice on the cross اجتماع خلاصي
    sanctity - holiness, set apart for God القداسة
    save - rescue (by God) from the guilt and power of sin (wrongdoing( الخلاص
    sermon - talk explaining a Bible passage العظة
    service of dedication - service giving a child's life into God's care التكريس
    sidesman – person who welcomes people when they arrive, and clears up after a service من يستقبل الناس ويودعهم عقب انتهاء الصلاة
    sin - disobeying the will of God; wrongdoing الخطية
    sins - wrong things people do, that break the laws of God الخطايا
    sinless - free from wrongdoing بار
    speaking in tongues - a God-given language موهبة التكلم بألسنة
    stoup - bowl containing holy water جرن الماء المقدس
    symbol - something that represents or stands for something else الرمز
    testimony - a talk telling of a person's own Christian life الشهادة
    Theophany - festival celebrating baptism of Christ عيد الغطاس
    timbrel - a tambourine الدفوف
    tongues - a God-given language الألسنة
    transubstantiation - the belief that the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ, with only the appearances of bread and wine remaining الإيمان بتحول الخبز والخمر إلى الجسد والدم
    Trinity - the union of three persons in one God - Father, Son (Jesus) and Holy Spirit الثالوث الأقدس (الآب والابن والروح القدس)
    usher - person who welcomes people at the door مرشد إلى الأماكن
    vestments – clothes worn for official acts ملابس رسمية
    Vicar - leader of an Anglican Church قس في كنيسة انجليكانية
    witnessing - identifying as Christians الشهادة
    worship - giving reverent attention to God العبادة
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