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What is the term for a journey for religious reasons?
Answer: A journey to a place of religious or spiritual significance is usually called a pilgrimage.
Does any one care to comment on 1 Peter 5:8, and Revelation 5:5? and Isaiah 14:12, and Revelation 22:16?
Why is it when you try to deliver the unification equation, it gets mocked and scorned by "smart" brains? Could it be Satan?
The darkest hour of the night came just before the dawn is it a proverbial line or or a line of a poem?
What is a person who teaches his or her religion to people of different beleifs?
I enjoy learning about the Mormon church and from Book of Mormon. Do I have to be a member to attend church and be baptized in the church?
If God knew that even one soul would end up in hell burning for an eternity than why would he create man in the first place.
What were church outposts that were spread throughout northern Mexico in hope of converting Indian people?