5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- original justice
- Sanctifying Grace
- a The teachings of Christ in the Sermon on the Mount about the meaning and way to true happiness.
- b making no mistakes or errors. scripture always teaches truth, never falsehood
- c This supernatural, free,and undeserved help from God is given in specific circumstances to help choose the good and avoid evil
- d the supernatural and preternatural gifts enjoyed by our first parents before the fall; these include sanctifying grace and exemption from sin, suffering, death, and concupiscence.
- e the tetragrammaton, or four letters, of the divine name in Hebrew; the personal name of the God of Israel revealed to Moses on Mt. Sinai, meaning "I AM WHO AM". This is rendered Lord in most English translations of the Bible.
5 Multiple choice questions
- greek for "going out"
- An efficacious sign of grace instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church by which divine life is dispensed through the work of the Holy Spirit. There are seven
- Four characteristics identified in the early Church by which one can distinguish whether an ecclesial body is part of the Church established by Christ.
- incapable of error. the bible and the church are this because of a special protection by God the Holy Spirit
- Christ taught his followers to love God above all else and love their neighbors as themselves
5 True/False questions
void → empty; without form; the state of the world before God gave it form and created beings to fill it.
Protoevangelium → from the Greek proto, meaning "first" and evangelion, meaning "good news". Gn. 3-15
Natural Law → The objective order established by God that determines the requirements for people to thrive and reach fulfillment. The participation of man in the plan of God in relation to human life and action insofar as the mind can understand it
salvation history → the story of God's plan to save man from the consequences of sin. this plan began with creation, is unfolding now, and will continue until the end of time at the Second Coming.
Resurrection → The bodily rising of Christ from the dead, as he had foretold, on the third day after his Death on the Cross and burial in the tomb.