canon of Scripture
The writings of Sacred Scripture that are approved by the Church as the inspired word of God and the ____.
The 46 books of the ____ center on the Covenant that God made with the chosen people, the Jews.
The ____ centers on the new and everlasting Covenant God made with humankind through Jesus Christ.
The Ten Commandments, or ____, gave shape to the living of the Covenant.
Jesus became fully human in all things except ___ without losing his divinity.
Accounts of the appearance of the Risen Lord to his disciples are called _____ narratives.
Writings that report "Jesus did this" are called ____ narratives.
Sections of the Gospels detailing the suffering and death of Jesus are called ____ narratives.
Mark;s account of the Gospel is filled with _____.
We call the saving work of the suffering, dying, and rising of Jesus the ____.
____ is at the heart of good discipleship.
_____ helps us practice discipline and work towards the achievement of life-enriching goals.
The ____ are signs of Christ's work among us.
The Gospel of Matthew consists of _____ main discourses.
The five discourses in Matthew's Gospel deliberately ____ the Torah's fivefold organization.
Many scholars believe that Matthew wrote his Gospel for ___ who became followers of Christ.
The ____ are a series of statements describing those people who are truly blessed by God.
An _______ is a gathering of the entire leadership of the Catholic Church called or approved by the pope.
___ well-known parables are found only in the Gospel of Luke.
Luke the Evangelist was a ___ who became a follower of Christ.
Jesus began his public ministry by preaching in _____.
When Jesus returned to his home town of _____, he preached and was rejected by the people.
The Church uses the word ____ to describe the process of turning our lives back to God.
A _____ was a celebration every fifty years when all debts were forgiven or cancelled.
a Jewish community
The author of the Gospel of John wrote for a ____ struggling between its traditional faith and Christianity.
raising of Lazarus
The most powerful sign in the Book of Signs is the _____.
_____ is the honest and critical evaluation of our lives and the things that affect our lives.
There are _____ Pauline letters in the New Testament attributed to Paul the Apostle.
In Paul's time, an ____ was a formal letter derived from a word meaning "to send."
Letters to the Romans
The ____, which is the longest letter in the New Testament, was written by Paul.
Paul's writing style in Romans is based on the artor _____.
Paul celebrates the gift of _____ God freely gives us in Baptism.
_____ is the grace that heals out human nature wounded by sin by giving us a share in the life of God.
In _______, God gives us the help to conform our lives to his will.
____ is a gift from the Holy Spirit to help us live out our Christian vocation.
The first Christian community established by Paul was in the city of _____ in northeastern Greece.
The three letters were written on one sheet of ____ to conserve space.
A _____ is an effective or beneficial quality within us that helps us do good and not evil.
The ____ is the teaching authority and responsibility of the pope and bishops.
___ are types of letters the pope writes to the Church to guide us in living the Gospel.
Philippi was visited by Paul on his ___ missionary journey.
Body of Christ
One of the key teachings of Paul is that hte Church is the ______.
Colossae was a city locates in modern-day ____.
Paul uses imagery to remain the Colossians to ____ their Baptism like a garment.
The Church uses the word "eucharistein," for the sacrament of ___.