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38 Topic Pages Found in Religion & Theology and starting with the letter T
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Taizé

Ecumenical Christian community based in the village of that name in southeastern France. Founded in 1940 by Swiss theologian Roger Schutz, it has been

Talmud

( tăl'məd ) [Aramaic from Heb.,=learning], in Judaism, vast compilation of the Oral Law with rabbinical elucidations, elaborations, and commentaries,

Tantalus (Greek mythology)

In Greek mythology the son of ZEUS and a NYMPH (or of the Titaness Pluto). He was a Lydian king, highly honoured and prosperous, but, because he

Tantra

( tŭn'trə ), in both Hinduism and Buddhism, esoteric tradition of ritual and yoga known for elaborate use of mantra , or symbolic speech, and mandala

Open Taoism
Taoism

Chinese philosophical system, traditionally founded by the Chinese philosopher Lao Zi in the 6th century BC . He is also attributed authorship of the

Open Tarot
Tarot

A set of cards, traditionally 78 in number, used mainly for divination. The traditional tarot deck is made up of 78 cards, which are divided into two

Tefnut (Egyptian deity)

Tefnut ( Tfnt ) was the first female deity in the Heliopolitan cosmogony. She was engendered, along with her brother Shu, by the creator god Atum .

Open Temples
Temples

edifice or sometimes merely an enclosed area dedicated to the worship of a deity and the enshrinement of holy objects connected with such worship. The

Temple, William (1881 - 1944)

1881–1944, archbishop of York (1929–42) and archbishop of Canterbury (1942–44); son of Frederick Temple. At Balliol College, Oxford, he became (1904)

Ten Commandments

In the Old Testament, the laws given by God to the Hebrew leader Moses on Mount Sinai, engraved on two tablets of stone. They are: 1. to have no other