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Theology: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
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Greek for the "anointed." This title is used in reference to Jesus because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission of Priest, Prophet, and King, all of whom were anointed in the Old Covenant.
The second king of Israel, a "man after God's own heart." God made a new covenant with all the nations through David.
The acceptance of a person by God as his child in Baptism. This consoling mystery brings each Christian a spirit of sincerity and trust while filling him or her with love and wonder; see the parable of the Prodigal Son (Lk 15:11-32).
Of, or pertaining to, God.
Theological term that describes Christ as one Person with two natures, divine and human.
The name applied to the coming Messiah by Isaiah; it means "God with us."
Hebrew for "anointed." Anointing was the Old Testament ritual used to commission one for a special task. This is used in reference to Jesus, because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission of Priest, Prophet, and King, signified by his being the Christ, or Anointed of God.
The new "dispensation," or order, established by God in Jesus[...]"
An individual substance of a rational nature, complete in itself, incommunicable, and possessing responsibilities and rights as well as the essential elements of distinctiveness, uniqueness, intelligence, and will.
SON OF MAN
Old Testament prophetic term for the Messiah. Christ applied this term to himself on several occasions.
The divine-human actions of Jesus. Because Christ's human nature is united to his divine nature, the human acts of Christ can be regarded as divine-human acts."
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