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Jesus of History/Christ of Faith
The New Testament focuses on the life of Jesus and that he is the teacher and Messiah.
near the Mount of Olives where Jesus and the Apostles to pray and prepare for the Crucifixion
"place of the skull" - where Jesus was crucified
The descendants of Abraham and Sarah who became known as the Israelites after Exodus, later called Jews
-one who wrestles with God
-The Northern Kingdom
A literary form that uses dramatic events and highly symbolic language to offer hope to a people in crisis.
Stating Fact. The way that the Bible was written.
Based on a word for "good news," in general, anyone who actively works to spread the Gospel of Jesus; more commonly and specifically, the persons traditionally recognized as authors of the four Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
testimonies of faith
true stories of God at work
the central concepts of Catholic faith relating to the history of salvation. Its main subject is the passion, death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ - the work God the Father sent his Son to accomplish on earth.
Where Jesus is from/lived.
Jesus awakes from the dead, our sins can be forgiven because Jesus sacrificed himself
When Lord passed over the houses of the Israelites marked by blood of lamb and spared their first born sons from death
-Marks deliverance of chosen people from bondage in Egypt and the Exodus from Egypt to the promised land
Israelites worship at the Jerusalem temple
-Jesus lost at Temple when 12yo
The Great Sanhedrin
The Sanhedrin was an assembly of twenty-three to seventy-one men appointed in every city in the Land of Israel.
the 10 laws given to Moses by God (on Mt. Sinai)
Temptation in the desert
Satan tempts Jesus: tells Jesus to jump and that God will catch him, tells him to turn the rocks into bread,
A person God chooses to speak his message of salvation. A communicator of the divine message
Alexander the Great
Hellenism=ancient Greek culture, Alexander the Great was the leader during the Macedonian Empire
First the land of Canaan then the Holy Land, Land of Israel
A group of Pious, ultraconservative Jews who left the temple of Jerusalem and began a community by the dead sea (Qumran)
the blessings listed by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5:3-11).
There is 27 books in the New Testament
4 types of parables
Restoration of life
the suffering of Jesus - agony in the garden of Gethsemane, his trial, and his Crucifixion
What didn't Jesus have to do when on trial to be crucified?
He didn't have to stay.
"Do this in memory of me"
said at the breaking of the bread ceremony by Jesus originally
Where Jesus died and was buried.
The Apostle who betrayed Jesus
-Leaves everything behind to travel to Canaan with Sarai after hearing call from God
-God gives them a son (Isaac)
-Made covenant with God "You are to become the father of a host of nations"
-Faith tested when sacrificing son Isaac
- Father or Leader of a tribe, clan, or tradition.
-Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph = Patriarchs of Israelite people
The Apostle Peter
one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, leaders of the early Christian Church
Commandments Jesus gave us
to love all, be respectful of all
Sharing a Meal
common action throughout the bible
the Jews were enslaved
Jesus is tempted by satan
He is tempted to test God
worship the devil
make stones into bread
A literary form in which something is said to be like something else, in an attempt to communicate a hidden or symbolic meaning Ex "i am the bread of life" (190)
In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus sympathizes with the tax collector Zacchaeus, causing outrage from the crowds that Jesus would rather be the guest of a sinner than of a more respectable or "righteous" person. Saint Matthew in the New Testament was a tax collector.
The accounts of Jesus' birth and early childhood
Men are in authority over women in all aspects of society.
Bread and Wine
Important symbols seen and used throughout gospels
The 3 different languages the bible was written in.
the personal followers of Jesus during his life. Simon Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot.
Short stories that use everyday images to communicate religious messages
Jesus turns water into wine
Jesus appears to her in the garden after his resurrection
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
Differences between the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
-Mark: portrays Jesus as the Paschal Lamb who was the Suffering Servant of God
-Matthew: Jesus was the Teacher and the Prophet who teaches and proclaims the redemption of God
-Luke: Jesus was the Compassionate Healer who restores humanity to the right relationship with God
-John: Incarnate Word of God: Jesus is the Word of God in the flesh, present since the beginning of time
Abraham's descendants who are known as the patriarchs. Abraham was married to Sarah and had Isaac, who married Rebekah.
The Covenant established with the Israelites at Mount Sinai that renewed God's Covenant with Abraham's descendants. It establishes the Israelites as God's Chosen People
Also called the Q source, a theoretical collection of ancient documents of the teaching of Jesus shared among the early followers of Christianity
Called Southern kingdom
Kingdom divided into two
In 578 BC, the Babylonians pillaged Judah, destroyed the Temple and the city of Jerusalem, and banished the people in chains to serve as slaves in Babylon. The Exile lasted until 539 BC
Bible-texts inspired by Gods
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being in which mutual commitments are made
Sprinkling water onto a person's forehead or of immersion in water, symbolizing purification or regeneration and admission to the Christian Church.
The man in the Old Testament who lead the Jews out of slavery.
Ideas Jesus rejected
being judgemental, being selfish
Miracles not denied by Pharisees
The division between Pharisees who believed that some believed that Jesus was sinful but some questioned how Jesus could be sinful when he performed these miracles.
'Kingdom of God'
A jewish religion group that strictly observed and taught the Law of Moses. They spoke with Jesus.
Abba, God as Father
God is seen as Three Persons of the Holy Trinity: God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
wrongdoings against God and his teachings
a day of religious observance and abstinence from work, kept by Jews from Friday evening to Saturday evening, and by most Christians on Sunday
Matthew, Mark, and Luke because they contain similar accounts about the defining moments in Jesus' life: the birth, baptism, and temptation of Jesus, and the Sermon on the Mount.
King of the Jews
A nickname for Jesus
A symbol that catholics use.
Also Jesus had to carry the cross he was also killed on it.
Jesus ascended into heaven after he was resurrected. This was 40 days after Jesus died on the cross.
The Seventh sign that Jesus performs to put the world back in order with the guidance of God. Jesus raises Lazarus to life.
Before Jesus was arrested He had this dinner with His apostles.
Washing the Apostles Feet
Only happens in the Gospel of John
The Roman Dictator present at the trial and crucifixion of Jesus
John the Baptist
Jesus' cousin who baptised Jesus
Where two disciples had an interaction with Jesus and He blessed the bread. They only figured out that He was Jesus until He was gone.
Three signs of the Holy Spirit: wind, tongues of fire, speaking in different tongues.
Road to Damascus
The road Saul took when he had the conversion
The Lord's Prayer
Lifts up one's mind and heart to God in praise, petition, thanksgiving, and intercession.
After Jesus died, he appeared.
"I am" sayings from John
These sayings hearken back to God's revealing himself to Moses in the burning bush. John makes it clear that Jesus is God. They use familiar images and symbols to establish Jesus' divinity.
Miracles; 7 Signs from John
Unexpected events that show the power of God. They focus on symbolic meaning rather than on the action itself. The physical miracles symbolize deeper truth and reality.
the collection of books the Church recognizes as the inspired Word of God
Order of New Testament
Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, Epistles, Revelation
a universal religion
The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
Catholics believe in this as much as scriptures, Naturally Conservative
"God" in Jewish
Faith as First Requirement
Strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.
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