Welcome to your Registers - Religion(Senior Class English Study by Topics) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A person who renounces religious or political beliefs Apostate Apostolic Aborigin Abhor2. One who does not believe in the existence of God Atheist Anitheist Apostate Alibate3. The principal church in a diocese. Cathedral Church of Christ Congregation Confederation4. Religious vow or obligation to remain unmarried Celibacy Christainity Nunery Pastoral duties5. A small place where people gather for prayer. Cathedral Chapel Chaplain Chaly6. One who sings in the choir Artist Chorister Singist Song leader7. Place of worship for Christians Church House Catholic Creaw8. People ordained for the work of God. Godlies Clergy Men of God9. Set aside for religious purpose Divide Consecrate Set aside Monetize10. Religious group or sect (e.g. Catholic, Ahmadiyya) Denomination Groupies Lituation Manifestation11. The tenets of religious groups. Belief Doctrine Values Services12. One who foretells the future Future teller Divine Diviner Divination13. Made to believe detain religious doctrines Faith Beliver Baptize Indoctrinate14. Someone who is killed because of his religious beliefs persecutor prosecutor matyr killyr15. Someone sent to a foreign country to teach about Christianity Voyage Pilgrim Missionary Foreigner16. Place of worship for Muslims. Mosque Morgue Sactuary Worshep17. One who calls Muslims to prayer from the minaret of a mosque minareta muslima muezzin man of prayer18. The garments of choristers and parsons in the church is referred to as Robe Vest Vestry Vestment19. A letter from the Pope to all Roman Catholics is referred to as Vestment Encyclical Lectern Cassock20. A reading desk from which scriptures are read Cassock Robe Lectern Table21. A long loose gown worn by priests, canons or pastors Lectern Vestry Celebrant Cassock22. The priest officiating at the Holy Communion Archbishop Lectern Celebrant Diocese23. The residence of a priest, minister or vicar Rectory Vestory Chaplain Residence24. The money given by a congregation at a church service Offering Donations Monetary Substance25. A feast for remembering the rising (resurrection) of Jesus Christ the dead Last supper Easter Eid-el-filtri Christmas26. A feast for remembering the birth of Jesus Christ Christmas Easter New year Birthday27. A room in the church where vestments are kept Vestry Chaplain Offertory Verger28. One who looks after the inside of a church and performs simple duties during church service Verger Offertory Font Apostate29. The account of the life of Jesus written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John the evangelists Pilgrimage King James Bible Gospel Apostate30. A vessel used for burning incense Sacrilege Censer Pew Pulpit31. One whose job is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ Voyage Diocese Missionary Apostate32. A college where candidates are trained for clergy work Seminary Mitre Requiem Secondary school33. .............. refers to speaking against God Blasphemy Hypocrisy Sacrilege Censory34. A ceremony which a man/woman becomes a pastor is called Ordination Laity Pastoral party Pastorage35. One who is in charge of a church building Apostate Pastor Laity Sexton36. The cup used in offering wine Mitre Pulpit Chalice Synod37. A council of clergymen is referred to as Synod Laity Congregation Chalice38. A district of which a bishop is in charge Diocese Chaplain Church Chapel39. Unordained members of the church are referred to as Synod Dean Mitre Laity40. The head of the Anglican church s referred to as Archdeacon Synod Archbishop of Canterbury Mitre41. The vessel or basin containing water for baptism Apostate Reqiem Font Dean42. A mass for the dead Laity Requiem Evening mass Font43. The stand from which a preacher delivers his sermon Pew Requiem Pulpit Censer44. A law that guides mankind to the attainment of Allah's pleasure Hijirah Shariah Salat Duuah45. A leader of the Muslims in congregational prayers Sultan Iman Imam Israil46. The cave where Prophet Muhammed prayed and meditated daily Hijirah Mecca Mikail Cave Hira47. Birth place of Prophet Muhammed in 571AD Mecca Israfil Arabia Mosque48. The country where Islam was founded Arabia Samaria Hijrah Injil49. The language of Arabia in which the sacred books of Islam are written Arabic Spanish English50. The muslim way of fasting Ramadan Sheikh Zakat ABu Bakr51. Voluntary giving of alms to the poor to help them Sadaquat Hajj Caliphs Jihad52. Belief in the reward for good deeds and punishment foe evil deeds Karma Hindi Tripitaka Yoga53. An Arab chief or leader is called............ Sheikh Imam Jihad Zakat54. Obligatory giving of alms to the poor to help them in Islam is called Sadaquat Jumat Zakat Rukayat55. The festival of the breaking of the fast is called Id-el-Fitri Id-el-Kabir Id-el-Wahur Id-el-Jihad56. Beliefs in rebirths after death is called Karma Reincarnation Sikhs Taoist57. Pilgrimage to Mecca; the holy land is called Hajj Jihad Caliphs Bakr58. Dry or sand ablution when water can not be found is called Tawakalit Tayammum Jihad Calpi59. A spiritual bath which Muslims have before every prayer is called Jihad Hajj Ablution Salat60. In Islam, belief in only one God is called Salat Iman Jihad Hajj61 out of 60Time is Up!