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Most Christians deny that entry into Heaven can be properly earned, rather it is a gift that is solely God's to give through his unmerited grace.
* Trinidad and Tobago: Most notably curried chicken, goat, beef ( eaten by Muslims and Christians ) shrimp, and curry aloo
Most Christians believe that the kosher food laws do not apply to them as they are no longer under the Law of Moses, and that, as Jesus taught in Mark 7: what you eat doesn't make you unclean but what comes out of a man's heart makes him unclean — although Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy have their own set of dietary observances.
Most Christians ( the exception is Full Preterism ) believe in the future Second Coming of Jesus, which includes the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgment.
Most Christians consider that the Law was necessary as an intermediate stage, but once the crucifixion of Jesus occurred, adherence to civil and ceremonial Law was superseded by the New Covenant since the purpose of these laws was to dictate a proper relationship to God through the tabernacles and the temples in Jerusalem.
* Most Reformation and post-Reformation churches use the term Catholic ( often with a lower-case c ) to refer to the belief that all Christians are part of one Church regardless of denominational divisions ; e. g., Chapter XXV of the Westminster Confession of Faith refers to the " catholic or universal Church ".
Most Christians believe that death and suffering will continue to exist until Christ's return.
Most Christians, even those who deny that there is any real change in the elements used, recognize a special presence of Christ in this rite.
Most students became Christians, due to the influence of Dr. Fulton.
Most Christians tend to belong to Protestant denominations.
Most Berber / Arab people and the Jews were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula during the Reconquista and the repopulation by Christians.
Most Christians belong to denominations that practise infant baptism.
Most Christians, however, believe that Jesus will come again in the Second Coming at the end of the world, although this is not a reincarnation.
Most were made up of Muslim soldiers and stationed in the north, but the Equatoria Corps in the south was composed of Christians.
Most Christians do not observe a Saturday Shabbat, but instead observe a weekly day of worship on Sunday, which is often called the " Lord's Day ".
Most contemporary Unitarian Christians believe that one's personal moral convictions guide one's political activities, and that a secular society is the most viable, just and fair.
Most of the Bulgarian and Greek population are Christians, while most of the Turkish inhabitants of Thrace are Muslims.
Most Western Christians use an amended version of the Nicene Creed that states that the Holy Spirit " proceeds from the Father and the Son ".
Most Orthodox Christians accept the First seven Ecumenical Councils.
Most of today's Ossetians are Eastern Orthodox Christians.
Most people are Christians.
Most French people are Roman Catholic Christians, however many of them are secular but still place high value on Catholicism.
Most of the private schools are secondary institutions, though there are a few primary schools, most of them serving precise religious or cultural groups such as Armenian Orthodox Christians or certain Jewish faiths.
Most of the Council's documents involve some kind of dialogue: dialogue with other religions ( Nostra Aetate ), dialogue with other Christians ( Unitatis Redintegratio ), dialogue with modern society ( Gaudium et Spes ) and dialogue with political authorities ( Dignitatis Humanae ).

Most and Roman
On matters of race he was similarly inflexible: `` Most of the modern Latin races seem to have inherited the rigidity of the Roman mind ''.
Most of these former churches are now used as warehouses, but `` neither Anglicans nor Nonconformists object to selling churches to Roman Catholics '', and have done so.
Most historians, including Edward Gibbon, date the defeat at Manzikert as the beginning of the end of the Eastern Roman Empire.
Most historians favour a site in the West Midlands, somewhere along the Roman road now known as Watling Street.
Most cardinals have additional duties, such as leading a diocese or archdiocese or running a department of the Roman Curia.
A well-known instance of the " John Cardinal Doe " style is that in the proclamation, in Latin, of the election of a new pope by the cardinal protodeacon: " Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum ; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum ( first name ) Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem ( last name ), ..." ( Meaning: " I announce to you a great joy ; we have a Pope: The Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord, Lord ( first name ) Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church ( last name ), ...")
Most famous was Parker's " Roman cement ".
Most Romans departed from Britain around the year 410, which began the sub-Roman period ( 5th – 6th centuries ), but the legacy of the Roman Empire was felt for centuries in Britain.
Most notably they are associated with the positions of police officer, firefighter, Roman Catholic Church leaders and politicians in the larger Eastern Seaboard metropolitan areas.
Most of the large Roman baths were also cultural centres, built from the start with a library, a two room arrangement with one room for Greek and one for Latin texts.
Most ethnic Fijians are Methodists today ( the others are largely Roman Catholic ), and the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma is in important social force.
Most of the originally Protestant churches in Masuria are now used by the Polish Roman Catholic Church as the number of Lutherans in Masuria declined from 68, 500 in 1950 to 21, 174 in 1961 and further to 3, 536 in 1981.
Most interpretations identify Nero as the Beast, while his mark is often interpreted as the stamped image of the emperor's head on every coin of the Roman Empire: the stamp on the hand or in the mind of all, without which no one could buy or sell.
Most contemporary Western law on the subject is derived from the Roman jurisprudence.
When the venerable Roman pontiff heard that, said: " Most beloved brethren, today is manifest in you what the Lord says in the Gospel, ' Where two or three are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst of them.
Most probably he was a deacon of the Roman Church and as such signed the decrees of the Roman council of 732 and was on intimate terms with Gregory III, whom he succeeded on 10 December 741.
Most Solomon Islanders are Christian, with the Anglican, Methodist, Roman Catholic, South Seas Evangelical, and Seventh-day Adventist faiths predominating.
Most names shown are the Latin names of 5th century peoples, with the exceptions of Syagrius ( king of a Gallo-Roman rump state ), Odoacer ( Germanic peoples | Germanic king of Italy ), and Julius Nepos | ( Julius ) Nepos ( nominally last Western Roman emperor, de facto ruler of Dalmatia ).
* Most pre-Conciliar Roman Catholic theologians and canon lawyers taught that it is inherently impossible for a heretic to hold the papal office.
Most Roman sources name Servius ' mother as Ocrisia, a young noblewoman taken at the Roman siege of Corniculum and brought to Rome, either pregnant by her husband, who was killed at the siege: or as a virgin.

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