The Kid

In: English and Literature

Submitted By furkan96
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Nøgle begreber i religion
A
Apokalyptisk = At ''gud'' Åbenbare.
Antropomorf størrelse = Menneskelignende
Al - Musalih Al - Mursela = Den bedste blandt folk.
Aqida = Trosprincipper
B
Bøn = I en bøn taler man til en gud/skaber og sætter dermed en talesituation, som normalt ikke er muligt.
D
Desakralisering = Afhelliggørelse.
Dogmatisk tilgang = En bestemt tilgang.
Diaspora jødedommen = Alt det, der ligger udenfor Israel
Divergerende = To forskellige holdninger. Divination = En hvis ritualform, der enten kan hente information om fortiden, nutiden eller fremtiden.
Diyya = Erstatning
E
Eskatologi = Beskrivelse af dommedagen.
Eksil/land flygtighed = Man bliver jaget fra sit hjem.
F
Figh = Forståelse
Fatwa = Svar på en problemstilling
Fard = Påbudt
Fundamentalist = ¨De hellige skrifter er ufejlbarlige.¨
G
Gratia = Nåde.
H
Hermeneutiske cirkel = ''Analyse metode''
Hudud = Strenge straffe
Helal = Tilladt
Haram = Forbudt
I
Initianden = En form for indvielse.
Immanente verden = ''Menneskers liv''
Ijtihad = En nyfortolkning
Ijma = En stræben efter enighed.
K
Konversion = Omvendelse.
Klassificere = Opdeling, at sætte klasser.
Kaos/kosmos = Uorden/orden.
Katekismus = En kristelig lærebog.
Kultur = Mennesker dyrker kulturen af den grund lever den, og selve begrebet ''kultur'' er menneskeskabt.
M
Myter = Myter er en form for teorier, der ''ikke'' kan bekræftes sande.
Mystik = Offer og Divination er nogle ritualer, som vi kan observer. Dog er mystik noget, som foregår i menneskesindet i en form for intens oplevelse eller et åndeligt gennembrud.
Mujtahid = Den højeste religiøse rang.
Mustahab = Anbefalet
Mubah = Neutralt
Makruh…...

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