Answer: Superstition is called andhavishwasam. false belief which isbaseless or belief system based on some wrong notions developed bypeople also leads spreading andhavishwasm. In logic they call it asnon-causa pro-causa. Accidental cause & effect relation withlimited observations . E.g when in two or three incidents whenevera comet appears & leader/s dies people develop a false beliefthat comets are bad omens.Similar such beliefs are coming under thecategory Superstition. The word is composed of two Sanskrit words "Andha" (blind. false)and "Viswasa" (belief).
Answer: The word for "Temptation " in the New Testatment Greek means: a putting to proof solicitation, discipline. It is like a test...not always in a good sense because when applied to God it can mean making God prove Himself to us.
Temptation is NOT sin. Giving in to temptation to do evil IS sin.
Matt 26:41 "Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the body is weak."
Answer: THESPIAN: Name for Thespis, who played an important part in the history of Greek drama
Actually, the Greek word meaning actor is "hypokrites" which literally translates into "one who interprets." This is where we get the words "hypocrite" and "hypocrisy." Actors are called Thespians to honor Thespis because of his role in Greek tragedy. Some accounts say he was the first winner of the City Dionysia festival (where Greek theatre began) while others claim he was the first person to speak lines onstage instead of singing them. The answer is hypokrites, not thespian.