Metaphorically, the term can refer to any group of heartfelt traditionalists or supporters of an authority figure.
Amen is also used in standard, international French, but in Cajun French Ainsi soit-il ("so be it") is used instead.
But Jewish law also requires individuals to answer amen whenever they hear a blessing recited, even in a non-liturgical setting.
In John's Gospel, it is repeated, "Verily, verily".
Amen is also used in oaths (Numbers ; Deuteronomy –26; Nehemiah ; 8:6; 1 Chronicles ) and is further found at the end of the prayer of primitive churches (1 Corinthians ).
Amen is used at the end of the Lord's Prayer,) is the Arabic form of Amen.
In Islam, it is used with the same meaning as in Judaism and Christianity; when concluding a prayer, especially after a supplication (du'a) or reciting the first surah Al Fatiha of the Qur'an (salat), and as an assent to the prayers of others.
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