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5 Matching questions

  1. holy trinity
  2. omnipresent
  3. dogma of faith
  4. attribute of god
  5. mystery
  1. a the word we use to describe the fact that we can never fully comprehend or grasp god. God is and his loving plan for us is, a mystery. we only no god is and what his plan us is because he has revealed it
  2. b the mystery of 1 God in 3 Persons-God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit
  3. c characteristic, quality, or trait of God that help us understand him
  4. d the attribute of god that he is always present to all his creation
  5. e a truth taught by the Church as revealed by God

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ..., the passing on of God's revelation by word of mouth
  2. the collection of all the writings God has inspired authors to write in his name
  3. a word meaning "take on flesh"; it is the term the Church uses to name ourbelief that the Son jof God truly became human while remaining truly God; Jesus is true God and true man
  4. God making known the hidden mystery of who he is and the divine plan of creation and salvation known over time so that we ccan get to know him and love him.
  5. lasting for all time; with no beginning or end. this states god is always was and always will be

5 True/False questions

  1. miraclea wonderful sign of God working among people, inviting us to believe and trust in him; Jesus performed these to reveal God's love for people

          

  2. cannon of sacred scriptureThe list of books that the catholic church has identified and teaches to be the inspired word of God

          

  3. soula title expressing our belief that Jesus is truly divine, or God; the word means "master, ruler, a person of authority"; It is used in the Old Testament to name God

          

  4. literary genrelasting for all time; with no beginning or end. this states god is always was and always will be

          

  5. immaculate conceptiona word meaning "take on flesh"; it is the term the Church uses to name ourbelief that the Son jof God truly became human while remaining truly God; Jesus is true God and true man

          

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