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Relating to christian churches and groups and their members

Baptist

adjective

relating to Baptists

born-again

adjective

a born-again Christian is someone who has had a strong religious experience, and is therefore very enthusiastic about their Christian beliefs and wants to share them with other people

charismatic

adjective

relating to a group of Christians who believe that God can give people unusual abilities, for example the ability to cure people who are ill

Christian

adjective

relating to Christianity

church

noun

belonging to or connected with a church

ecclesiastical

adjective

relating to the Christian Church

ecumenical

adjective

encouraging different Christian churches to work and worship together

evangelical

adjective

relating to a form of Christianity in which church services are very lively and people express their religious beliefs in an open and enthusiastic way

happy-clappy

adjective

relating to a type of Christian church where people worship in a very enthusiastic way by singing loudly, shouting, and clapping

interdenominational

adjective

involving members of different groups within the Christian Church

lay

adjective

belonging to a Christian church but not officially employed by it as a priest, minister etc

monastic

adjective

relating to monks or monasteries

Pentecostal

adjective

relating to a group of Christian churches that emphasize the power of the Holy Spirit

Protestant

adjective

connected with the Protestant Church

Amish

adjective

Anglican

adjective

Benedictine

adjective

Episcopalian

adjective

Lutheran

adjective

Methodist

adjective

Mormon

adjective

Presbyterian

adjective

Quaker

adjective

Unitarian

adjective

kabaddi

a game in which two teams of seven players take turns to chase and try to touch players on the opposing team

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