Spiritual in Christianity

In pagan terms, I have a problem defining ”spiritual”.

BUT in Christianity, the term ”spiritual” is pretty clear: it means ”of God’s”.

In Orthodox Christianity, there is a line that separates the body and the spirit. The body is mundane and it rots, when it dies. The spirit, on the other hand, communicates with God, and, after death, it represents us before God. When we do something that God likes, then we are ”spiritual”. When we commit sins of the body, then we are not spiritual.

If you have a definition of ”spiritual”, it would help me a lot. :) (I’m still searching the term).

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