means "library" Originally scrolls, Torah and others. SCripture. The collection of all the canonical books.
Means "to assemble" and "universal"; it can describe the Church or one of her members
Means "synagogue" and "congregatonal worship" The faithful. This can refer to the Roman Catholic Church or an individual dioecese
Between superior to inferior. An agreement that establishes a sacred family bond between persons. A covenant is more than a contract; a contract establishes a temporary relationship beneficial to both parties, whereas this is intended to bind both persons in kinship forever.
"not always scientific truth" making no mistakes or errors. Scripture is nierrant; that is, it always teaches truth, never falsehood.
incapable of ailing. The Bible and the teaching of the Church are infallible because of a special protection by God
"the Pope and curium" The teaching authority of the Church which guided by the Holy Spirit interprets Scripture and tradition
the story of God's plan to save humanity from the consequences of sin. This plan begins with Creation, is unfolding now, and will continue until the end of time
Tenach. The fory six books of Scripture written by Israelites before the coming of Jesus Christ
Torah. The first five books of the Old Testament. From the Greek word for "five"
an event or person in Scripture that points forward to a later event or person. Has similar virtues or other qualities as its fulfillment