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Apologetics and Ethics Test 2: Study Guide
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describe why Jesus's claims are either true or false
why they are not likely to be true: the writers were tricking people
why they are not likely to be true: the writers were delusional
why they are not likely to be true: the writers were creating jest a fable
describe what separates Jesus from other religious leaders
describe why the Incarnation is essential to Christianity
demonstrate why the charges that Jesus is a liar or a lunatic are unlikely to be true
show how sayings provide good evidence that Jesus is the Lord
show how miracles provide good evidence that Jesus is the Lord
show how power over demons good provide evidence that Jesus is the Lord
show how the resurrection provide good evidence that Jesus is the Lord
what does the resurrection mean to Judaism?
God is keeping his promise to defeat death.
what does the resurrection do in Judaism?
Restore things to original perfection.
List in chronological order the events leading from perfect harmony to humanity's break with God:
1. God is good, just and indivisible.
2. Adam represents humanity.
3. Sins/"misses the mark" (Hamartias/quarantined) "idolatry."
5. Jesus brings cure.
6. Adam is restored.
be able to label a diagram of how salvation works in the catholic church.
list clues from the New Testament that provide evidence that Jesus rose from the dead:
why they are unlikely to be true: the apostles hallucinated
why they are unlikely to be true: Jesus did not really die
why they are unlikely to be true: Jesus's body was stolen
describe the theological significance that is attached to the claim that Jesus rose from the dead:
Jesus said he came to save the lost and bring healing to those who "miss the mark" of righteousness.
Jesus said to demonstrate agape (Greek for sacrificial love) toward everyone, just as he did.
Jesus said that in order to give proper deference to the Father, one must give the dame accord to him.
the Paraclete ("advocate")
Jesus said he would send his Spirit to teach about him and what he wanted his followers to do.
hatred for following him
Jesus said that one should expect that they will be rejected by some people for following him, just as he was.
Jesus said his followers should go and seek to make disciples of all people.
Peter and the Apostles
Jesus said his authority would reside in his closest followers, especially the one he renamed, "The Rock."
describe what the Church believes about other religions:
the church sees in every major world religion elements of truth, and teaches that in ways known to God alone, people might be saved without directly knowing the Catholic Church.
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