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belief a notion or idea accepted as true, esp. a religious doctrine. [1/3 definitions]
benediction a blessing, esp. the one pronounced over the congregation by the clergyman at the end of a religious service. [1/2 definitions]
Ben Nevis the name of the ship that landed in Galveston, Texas in 1854 with a congregation of approximately 500 Slavic immigrants who sought freedom from cultural oppression and religious persecution. [1/2 definitions]
bethel a holy place or religious sanctuary. [1/2 definitions]
bigot one who is prejudiced against and intolerant of any group or belief that is not his or her own, esp. religious, racial, or ethnic.
bigotry intolerance of any group or belief that is not one's own, especially in the form of racial, ethnic, or religious intolerance and prejudice.
bless to make holy by religious ritual; sanctify. [1/5 definitions]
blessing the formal religious act of one who blesses, or the words spoken as part of such act. [1/4 definitions]
bliss religious ecstasy; perfect enlightenment. [1/2 definitions]
Br.2 abbreviation of "Brother," a lay member of a male religious order (used as a title).
Brahmanism the religious doctrines and beliefs and the social caste system of the Brahmans.
brethren a plural form of "brother," used to refer to fellow members of a religious or social group, society, or profession, and used esp. when addressing a formal gathering of such members; colleagues. [2 definitions]
brother (cap.) a lay member of a male religious order. (abbr.: Br.) [1/4 definitions]
Buddha the title earned by the Indian religious philosopher and teacher who founded Buddhism. (See Siddhartha.) [1/2 definitions]
cadi a Muslim judge whose decisions are based on Islamic religious law.
camp meeting a religious gathering, usu. held over several days, taking place either outdoors or inside a tent.
Candlemas a Christian religious celebration held on February 2, in which the blessing of candles for sacred use is performed to commemorate the purification of the Virgin Mary and the presentation of the infant Jesus Christ in the temple.
canon1 a religious law, code, or body of laws. [2/4 definitions]
canonical pertaining to or conforming to religious law. [1/3 definitions]
canonize to give authoritative, esp. religious, approval to. [1/3 definitions]
Carmelite a monk or friar of the religious order founded at Mt. Carmel in the twelfth century. [1/2 definitions]