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A [[Sacred]] text is [[Scripture]] in reverence or worship of a [[Deity]].
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A [[sacred]] text is [[Scripture]] in reverence or worship of a [[deity]].
  
Examples of Scriptures or religious texts include the [[Qur'an]] from [[Muslim]] culture, and the [[Bible]] from [[Christian]] culture.
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Examples of scriptures or religious texts include the [[Qur'an]] from [[Muslim]] culture and the [[Bible]] from [[Christian]] culture.
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[[Theist]]s usually define their religion as adherence to the corresponding sacred text. For example, many Christians consider adherence to the Bible as a defining factor of Christianity.

Revision as of 08:16, 2 August 2012

A sacred text is Scripture in reverence or worship of a deity.

Examples of scriptures or religious texts include the Qur'an from Muslim culture and the Bible from Christian culture.

Theists usually define their religion as adherence to the corresponding sacred text. For example, many Christians consider adherence to the Bible as a defining factor of Christianity.

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