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9th Grade Theology - Section 3 Part 2 - 2nd Book
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Makes holy, the process of becoming closer to God and growing in holiness.
Having dinner with Martha, Mary, and Lazarus, visiting homes of the outcasts, forty days fasting in the desert, temptation, crying when he hears Lazarus died, feeling pain when put on the cross.
Name some examples of Jesus' human life.
At no point during his human life does Jesus cease to be the Son of God. True or false
Jesus raised him from the dead after 4 days, considered one of the most dramatic miracles in the New Testament.
The act, required by Jewish law, of removing the foreskin of the penis. It has been a sign of God's Covenant relationship with the Jewish people.
Jewish government officials and scholars of the Law.
A Jewish sect at the time of Jesus known for its strict adherence to the Law.
A Jewish sect at the time of Jesus known for its strong commitment to the Temple in Jerusalem.
Prejudice against the Jewish people
He celebrated Jewish holidays, traveled to Jerusalem to celebrate the holidays, goes to the Synagogue on the Sabbath, knows Hebrew Scriptures, teaches people from Isaiah's scroll.
Give examples of Jesus' religious life as a faithful Jew.
Sr. Rose Thering
Dominican sister and professor who devoted her life to promoting understanding between Jews and Christians. Some Catholics charged Jews with the crime of deicide, blaming the Jews for killing God. She helped condemn this belief.
The name the Greeks had given to the land of Israel.
They used Roman money, encountered Roman soldiers, and paid Roman taxes. The official Roman religion was to worship the emperor as a god. Jews existed within the empire as a religious minority.
Explain how Roman rule in Palestine affected Jesus and the Jewish community.
Characterized by the presence of many different ethnic, religious, or cultural groups.
The union of Jesus Christ's divine and human nature in one Divine person.
Because of the hypostatic union, we can experience God not only through Jesus' humanity but also through our own humanity. It makes our joys, pains, triumphs, and struggles reveal God.
Why is the hypostatic union important to us?
Calling Jesus ___ means that all the honor, glory, and reverence we offer to God the Father are due to Jesus as well.
Jesus is called our _____ because he paid the price, or ransom, to free us from sin. His death ___ us from sin.
It could be a specific individual, the people of Israel who served God faithfully, or Jesus himself.
To whom does Isaiah's suffering servant refer?
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