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  1. Theotokos
  2. Augustus Dissatisfied with Faustus
  3. "The Rule"
  4. Anthropomorphism
  5. Augury
  1. a Regulations about how monks / nuns should live together
  2. b Because he chose words " to please and not to answer". Faustus avoided answering questions; particularly Faustus did not know anything about astronomy. The truth was not in Faustus.
  3. c giving human qualities to something that isn't human; Augustus did this with the concept of continence.
  4. d means God bearer
  5. e means "reading" something to predict the future.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Believed along with Augustine that outside of the church, there is no salvation.
  2. -Became the patriarch of Constantinople (Bishop with alot of honor)
    -noticed people called mary Theotokos (the God bearer), he didn't like that so he said people need to call mary theotokos and anthropotokos (which means human bearer)
  3. "Father of Monasticism"; monks and nuns moved ot the desert
  4. When Christians received communions; (last supper)
    Catholics believe that wine / bread actually become the resurrected body and blood of christ
  5. Procreation
    Unitive (Strengthening the bonds of love)

5 True/False Questions

  1. The Primacy of GraceAgainst the monk Pelagius and his followers, Augustine argued that humans are incapable of taking the intial steps towards salvation without grace. Augustine argued for the primary importance of God's gift of grace rather than human effort. Where Pelagius argued for "encouraging grace", Augustine argued for "effecting" grace. Augustine's moto about God's grace: "Give what you command and command what you will".

          

  2. Massa DamnataIs Greek for "Soul"

          

  3. Homoousios-Became the patriarch of Constantinople (Bishop with alot of honor)
    -noticed people called mary Theotokos (the God bearer), he didn't like that so he said people need to call mary theotokos and anthropotokos (which means human bearer)

          

  4. The Efficacy of the sacramentsAgainst the Donatists, Augustine argued that the validity of the sacraments is not dependent upon the holiness of the minister who administers them.

          

  5. Cappadocia Fathersdamnable mass

          

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