5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Poverty of Heart
- a The act, required by Jewish law, of removing the foreskin of the penis. Since the time of Abraham, it has been a sign of God's Covenant relationship with the Jewish people.
- b The recognition of our deep need for God and the commitment to put God above everything else in life, particulary above the accumulation of material wealth
- c to introduce, establish or inugurate
- d Having to do with the branch of theology called Christiology. Christiology is the study of the person and life of Jesus Christ, his ministry and his mission
- e The night the Lord passed over the houses of the Israelites marked by the blood of the lamb, and spared the firstborn sons from death. It is also the feast that celebrates the deliverance of the Chosen People from bondage in Egpyt and the Exodus from Egypt to the Promise Land.
5 Multiple choice questions
- to kill ones own sibling
- God's breaking into the human dimension so an individual's and community's understanding of God is deepened or changed
- The belief in many gods
- a herbrew word meaning "law" referring ot the first five books of the old testament
- The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
5 True/False questions
annuciation → The event in which the archangel Gabriel came to Mary to announce that she had found favor with God and would become the mother of the Messiah
foreshadow → To represent or prefigure a person before his or her life or an event before it occurs
protoevangelium → The first announcement of the Good News and promose of God's redemptive love through the person of Jesus Christ
Immaculate Conception → From the Latin, meaning "to become flesh" reffering to the biblical Revelation that Jesus is both true God and true man
Eucharist → also called the Mass or Lord's SUpper and based on a word for "thanksgiving" it is the central Chrisitian liturgical celebration, established by Jesus at the Last Supper. In the Eucharist the sacificial death and Resurrection of Jesus are both remembered and renewed. The term sometimes refers specifically to the consecrated bread and wine that have become the Body and Blood of Christ.