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Most Orthodox Christians accept the First seven Ecumenical Councils.
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Most Orthodox siddurim ( prayerbooks ) have a prayer asking for forgiveness for one's sins that one may have committed in this gilgul or a previous one.
Most Eastern Orthodox churches allow varying amounts of formalised laity and / or lower clergy influence on the choice of bishops.
Most Christians ( Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Rite and Protestants alike ) accept the use of creeds, and subscribe to at least one of the creeds mentioned above.
Most communist leaders were middle-class Tosks, Vlachs and Orthodox, and the party drew most of its recruits from Tosk-inhabited areas, while the Ghegs, with their centuries-old tradition of opposing authority, distrusted the new Albanian rulers and their alien Marxist doctrines.
Most Orthodox men ( including many Modern Orthodox ), even those not in Kollel, will study Torah daily.
Most of its membership came from synagogues affiliated with the Union of Orthodox Congregations and RCA ( above ).
Most of Orthodox Judaism holds that the teachings of Kabbalah were transmitted from teacher to teacher, in a long and continuous chain, from the Biblical era until its redaction by Shimon ben Yochai.
Most historians look to this act as the final step in the initiation of the Great Schism between the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christian Churches.
Most Orthodox are united in communion with each other, though unlike the Roman Catholic Church, this is a looser connection rather than a top-down hierarchy ( see primus inter pares ).
Most major religious groups are represented including Jewish, Islamic, Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelical, Christian and Catholic.
Most Orthodox rabbinical seminaries or yeshivas also require dedication of many years to education, but few require a formal degree from a civil education institutions that often define Christian clergy.
Most French Jews are practicing Orthodox Judaism and have permanent and close ties with the Israeli Jewish community.
Most Modern Orthodox Jews will agree that, while certain laws within the Oral Law were given to Moses, most of the Talmudic laws were derived organically by the Rabbis of the Mishnaic and Talmudic eras.
The Ecumenical Patriarch < span style =" font-size: 87 %">(,</ span > " His Most Divine All-Holiness the Archbishop of Constantinople New Rome and Œcumenical Patriarch ") is the Archbishop of Constantinople – New Rome and ranks as primus inter pares ( first among equals ) in the Eastern Orthodox communion, which is seen by its approximately 300 million followers worldwide as the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.
Most mainstream kibbutzim also disdained the Orthodox Judaism of their parents, but they wanted their new communities to have Jewish characteristics nonetheless.
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 Bulgarians are at least nominally members of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church founded in 870 AD ( autocephalous since 927 AD ).
The Cathedral of the Protection of Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat () or Pokrovsky Cathedral ()-both are official names used by the Russian Orthodox Church-also known as the Cathedral of St. Vasily the Blessed but popularly as Saint Basil's Cathedral (), is a Russian Orthodox church erected on Red Square in Moscow in 1555 – 61 on orders from Ivan the Terrible.
* His Holiness ( abbreviation HH ), oral address Your Holiness, or Holy Father or Our Most Holy Lord (" Sanctissimus Dominus Noster ") — the Roman Catholic Pope, and the Coptic Orthodox Pope.
Most churches, including the Catholic, Greek Orthodox, and Protestant churches, do not accept the books.
Most and Christians
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, even those who deny that there is any real change in the elements used, recognize a special presence of Christ in this rite.
Most Berber / Arab people and the Jews were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula during the Reconquista and the repopulation by Christians.
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 French people are Roman Catholic Christians, however many of them are secular but still place high value on Catholicism.
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 ).