Religion & Spirituality
What is the Meaning of salt in the religious term?
One of the most valuable traits of salt (especially before refrigeration) is preservation.
The world is always morally decaying, and one of the important roles of Christians in this world is being salt by preserving it, and not tolerating sin.
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What is the medical term meaning excessive salt in the blood?
What is the scientific meaning of rapture Or is rapture a scientific term If so what is the meaning?
Asked in Suriname
What is the name of the Afro-Surinamese traditional religion?
Winti is the Afro-Surinamese traditional religion that was created from the different tribal religious traditions of West African slaves in Suriname. Winti means 'wind'. But the term has three layers of meaning. First, the term refers to the supreme God, Anana Kedyaman Kedyanpo. In this particular meaning, the term is written as 'The Winti'. Second, it refers to the religious system. In this particular meaning, the term is written as 'Winti'. Third, it refers to the four groups of lesser gods and spirits. In this particular meaning, the term is written as 'winti'.
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What is a nonreligious person called?
Asked in Christmas
Which foods have a religious meaning at Christmas?
Asked in Word and Phrase Origins
Where does the word 'piety' come from?
Asked in Salt (Sodium Chloride)
Has kosher salt been blessed?
The term "kosher salt" derives not from its being made in accordance with the guidelines for kosher foods as written in the Torah (nearly all salt is kosher, including ordinary table salt), but rather due to its use in making meats kosher by removing surface blood. One salt manufacturer considers the term ambiguous, and distinguishes between "kosher certified salt" and "koshering salt": "koshering salt" has the "small, flake-like form" useful in treating meat, whereas "kosher certified salt" is salt that has been certified as such by an appropriate religious body