← Theology Exam 2 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- "The Rule"
- The Body of Christ ( Ecclesiological Answer)
- Substitution Theory a.k.a Satisfaction Theory
- a We are worthy of death because of our sin. But Jesus died for us so that we can be saved.
- b "The Greek citizens who are able to vote"; anything that has to do with the church.
- c Is the study of Christ; What you believe about Jesus.
- d Regulations about how monks / nuns should live together
- e -Augustus' son
-birthed by Augustus' concubine
-loved very much by Augustus
-He died very young and his death damn near destroyed Augustus
-His name means, "Gift of God/ given by God"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When Christians received communions; (last supper)
Catholics believe that wine / bread actually become the resurrected body and blood of christ
- In this theory, Jesus' perfection fixes/ cancels out the imperfection that came before him (adam)
- Recapitulation Theory
-Also called Theosis (meaning deification: which means to become like christ)
-The eastern church believed that Jesus came to complete our creation, they believed that he would have come even if humans after Adam did not sin.
-Anthanasius said, " God became human so that we could become more like God"
- He supported the Council of Nicea & believed in Jesus' divinity
However, he believed that Jesus did not have a human soul
He thought that the divine logos of the son had invaded Jesus ' body and made him lack the things that made on human.
No pain, No doubt, no emotions
Which implies the emotions that Jesus was making in the bible were fake.
- -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)
5 True/False Questions
Christ as a Victim → Most popular theory in Western Christianity
Hypostatic Union → Jesus is consubstantial with the father and with us
-This teaching grew out of the formula for reunion.
Apostolicity → Believed that when you die, you'd be free to go back into the metaphysical world as a perfectly happy soul.
Cyril of Alexandria → Emphasized the union of the human and divin parts of Jesus
Anthropomorphism → giving human qualities to something that isn't human; Augustus did this with the concept of continence.