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Arts and Humanities
religion final review.
Terms in this set (117)
God became part of human history through the
In John's gospel the passion and death of Jesus are revealed as
glory not tragedy and that Jesus is in control of his destiny.
Which of the gospels contain the narratives surrounding Jesus' birth and infancy?
Matthew and Luke
The mystery of the Trinity can be solved by humans when they study and ponder the doctrine about it.
What is the "Beatific Vision"?
The Beatific Vision is the vision of God in heaven after we die; the "contemplation of God in his heavenly glory." (the sight of God in eternity)
The value and worth of human beings comes from
being made in God's image and likeness.
Human dignity is inherent; this means that
we are born with it and it cannot be taken away or lost.
The image of Jesus, the New Moses, who fulfills the promises of the Old Covenant is found in which gospel
What was NOT the primaray reason that Jesus performed miracles?
Attention or to reveal himself as the Messiah.
Correspondence between Church leaders and the new members of the Church in new communities is recorded in this section of the New Testament.
Letters or Epistles.
The passing on of the authority Jesus gave to the apostles to continue his mission is called
The term that describes the transformation of the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus is
Charitable actions of both physical and spiritual nature by which we aid out neighbors are called the
Works of Mercy.
Three gospels are called synoptic because they
have similar ideas, perspective, sources, content and style.
Which statement is NOT true about the Kingdom of God?
it exists only in the afterlife (not true).
What is not of the Gospels?
They come from the same source; it is not a biography.
When Jesus proclaimed the Beatitudes and his Law of Love, he cancelled the Ten Commandments.
Jesus' temptation in the desert...
It recalls the 40 years spent in the desert by the chosen people, shows us that Jesus is human like us and can be tempted, and shows us that Satan uses our weakest moments to tempt us. (d. all of the above)
The first annoucement of God's promise of redemptive love can be found in
the Book of Genesis (after the first sin.) (protoevangelium)
The Beatitude that most tells us what the "Beatific Vision" is like
blessed are the pure of heart, for they will see God.
Which of the following is a true statement about God's gift of intellect?
To think about him and decide whether they want to follow him or not; more responsibility with more of something..
How do the parables of the treasure in the field and the pearl of great price challenge us?
To commit ourselves fully to discipleship' kingdom of God.
The teaching office of the Church is called the
Magisterium (the pope and bishops)
In the parable of the "Lost Son", the older brother represents someone who
was envious or jealous, not humble or forgiving.
The gospel that portrays Jesus as God incarnate and declares Jesus' divinity is the Gospel of
Which of the following is NOT a theological virtue?
Theological virtues = faith, hope, love.
Once Jesus proclaimed his teachings, the old teachings of the Jewish covenant were replaced by the new law.
The Church council that declared that Jesus was fully God and fully man was the
Council of Chalcedon.
Why did God give humans the gift of sexuality?
To bear children, and for love between married couples.
The major heresies of the early Church were denials of
Jesus' divinity and humanity; the natures of Jesus.
Mary's acceptance of God's will for her is called her
That discipleship is simple but not easy is the lesson in which of the following acounts in the Gospel?
The Rich Young Man
The gospel in which we find the image of Jesus as a suffering Messiah who reminds us that we must all "carry a cross" in life is the Gospel of
The Church includes persons on Earth, in Purgatory and in Heaven.
The book of the New Testament that tells about the early history of the Church is
The Acts of the Apostles.
The sole Church of Christ, which we profess in the Creed has four characteristics:
one, holy, catholic, and apostolic
The Holy Spirit was not fully revealed until
Pentecost; after Jesus' death and resurrection.
The account of the "Rich Young Man" found in the Gospel tells us that the minimum we must do to enter Heaven is
follow the Ten Commandments.
What is heaven?
Eternity with God.
Jesus modeled poverty for us so that we would
live simply, and not focus on material things.
Taking care of God's creation.
The Holy Spirit came as a strong wind and rested as tongues of fire. This shows the _____ and _____ of Church
shows the passion and power of the Church.
In the Nicene Creed, it states that the Holy Spirit has spoken
through the prophets.
The prologue of John's Gospel teaches us that
Jesus exists before God, Jesus is the Word, and Jesus was present at Creation.
One way the Gospel of John differs from the synoptic gospels is that
there are no parables in John's Gospel; uses symbolic language.
The first disciple of Jesus was
Mary, the Mother of God.
At what Church council was it proclaimed that Mary truly became the Mother of God by the human conception of the Son of God in her womb?
Council of Ephesus
Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus through our words and actions is called
The account in John's Gospel that teaches us that we must be of service to others if we want to be like Jesus is the story of
the Washing of the Feet.
The teachings of the Church that are truths revealed by God are known as
One way the Gospel of John differs from the synoptic gospels is that
emphasizes on Jesus' divinity and humanity.
The gift given to the Apostles on the day of Pentecost that shows that the Church is meant for all people was
The main themes of Jesus' parables are the mercy and forgiveness of God and the
Kingdom of God.
Our image was distorted by original sin. What event restored our image?
The ancient Jewish prayer that states the truth of God as the one God is the
The birthday of the Church is the day of
To be a truly human act, our faith must come from
the virtues of hope and love; free will.
The Ultimate Destiny that God desires for us is
to reach the Church Triumphant.
The weakness or tendency we have toward sinning that we inherit from the original sin of the first humans is called
the place you go to prior going to Heaven; place to do penance.
To whom did Jesus appear first after his Resurrection?
Which of the following helps us reach our ultimate destiny?
The term that describes the union of the two natures of Jesus is
Which of the following is NOT a fundamental truth about our human nature?
Which of the following statements correctly explains God's plan from men and women?
Which of the following signs or miracles is found only in John's Gospel?
symbolic language ? i think.
Which of the Gospels is NOT a synoptic gospel?
The term consubstantial refers to the
being of the same substance; the Son is consubstantial to the Father.
What is the connection between the Ten Commandments and Jesus' "Law of Love"?
We must love one another as we love ourselves and they connect b/c they both have to do with treating everyone with love and respect.
An example of religion is
When the Pope and bishops speak officially on faith and morals they have the quality of
infalliability (no error in anything they say).
The most important element at the end of one of Jesus' parables is
the challenge it gives to the reader.
Prayer, almsgiving and fasting are three tradition Jewish practices. What does Jesus say they have in common?
They all keep our relationship with God alive, and it should be kept between you and God.
______ is a direct action or a deliberate and purposeful lack of action that causes the death of another person who is disabled, sick or dying.
Why does scripture contain four gospels when it is only one true story?
Because the gospels all had different points of view and different opinions on how the events happened.
Which of the following is a false statement about faith?
The account in John's gospel that teaches us that we must be "born again" if we want to enter eternal life is the story of
The word that describes a council that is worldwide and includes all the bishops of the world with the Pope is
The account of John's Gospel that teaches us that we must not judge others is the story of
The chief punishment of Hell is being
Who of the following persons is NOT an example of the early faith of humans?
We become adopted sons and daughters of God through
A summary or statement of beliefs of a community or individual is called a
In which of the Gospels do we find the "I am" statements?
Because we are made in the image and likeness of God, we must ______.
have respect for ourselves and others.
The Church teaches that Mary
(d. all of the above) first disciple of Jesus, forever virgin, etc.
Catholic doctrine about Jesus' nature teaches us that Jesus is
fully human and fully divine.
To deliberately stop the development of an unborn baby is called
At the end of time our souls will be reunited with a glorified body.
The direct and deliberate killing of a human being at any stage of life is a violation of the
The Church Council that expanded the Apostles Creed to form a more detailed statement of beliefs was the
Council of Nicea.
The Gospels are
4 accounts of Jesus written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Jesus' temptation in the desert
(d. all of the above)
Which of the following is a true statement about Trinitarian Doctrine?
The natures of Jesus would be disputed, etc.
Since the persons of the Trinity have distinct roles, they don't work together. Each does his own thing.
Which of the following is a
statement about love?
Lying if the truth is painful is good.
In which of the gospels do we find the image of a compassionate savior who comes for all persons including outcasts?
According to the diagram, "l" represents
Information from the "Q" source would be found in
Matthew and Luke.
This diagram shows that the Gospel of _____ was the first gospel written.
What is the "Kingdom of God"? Where can we find?
The Kingdom of God is a state of peace, unity and love and everyone living in the reign of God. We can find it in each of us.
Jesus modeled poverty, love and humility for us. Tell how He modeled it and how we can live it in our lives.
Poverty: he lived a simple life and didn't focus on material things, and we can model it by not being attached to material things.
Humility: he washed the feet of his disciples and followed the laws of the father, and we can give service to others.
Love: he treated people with respect and he died for us, and we can make sacrifices for the people we love.
Human nature was in need of redemption. Why did God himself have to become human to redeem us?
A human commited the sin so a human had to make up for the sin. and only a person free of sin could redeem us from ours.
Briefly describe the development of salvation history from the promise of the savior to its fulfillment.
The promise made: to send someone to restore our relationship with God.
Choosing a people: Abraham, Israelites, Moses
Guiding the people: Judges, Prophets, Kings
Choosing a woman: Annunciation (mary says yes to God = fiat), Antithesis of Eve.
Incarnation: Promise is fulfilled, God becomes man and dies to save us.
List two corporal works of mercy and two spiritual works of mercy.
: feed the hungry, visit the imprisoned, shelter the homeless, clothe the naked, care for the sick, bury the dead, give drink to the thirsty.
: share knowledge, give advice to those who need it, comfort those who suffer, forgive those who hurt you, correct those who need it, pray for the living and the dead.
Briefly explain the development of the Church of God from its beginning to its birth.
The Church was conceived at Creation, it was formed through Abraham, Moses and the covenants, it was founded by Jesus and his teachings and it was born on Pentecost.
The Gospel of John reveals the identity of Jesus through use of the "I am" statements. How do these statements connect Jesus to the Father? Choose two of the "I am" statements and explain what each one tells us about Jesus.
The "I Am" statements refers to when God responds to Moses.
"I am the bread of life": without Jesus, there is no life.
"I am the vine, you are the branches": if we don't hold on to Jesus, we will die.
Parable question is only for the test.
a. Only themes of parables are mercy and forgiveness, and the Kingdom of God.
God took human nature to redeem and save us. What are TWO OTHER things that Jesus did for us while He was present among us?
He revealed the Kingdom of God; gave us an example or model on how to live our lives; taught us about mercy and forgiveness.
Give one belief found in the creed for each of the persons of the Trinity.
The Son is consubstantial with the Father.
The Father is the creator of everything.
The Holy Spirit, the giver of life, who has spoken through the prophets.
The mystery of three persons in one God is the central mystery of the Church. What is the title of this mystery? Tell how the persons are in unity. Tell how the persons are distinct.
The Holy Trinity. They are consubstantial (they are of the same substance), they all have different jobs: the Son = revealer & mediator, the Father = creator, the Holy Spirit = guider.
Give two ways that Jesus' baptism foreshadows our own baptism.
The Holy Spirit is present at our Baptism. We become adopted children of God at our baptism. He shows that we start a new life as members of the Church.
List and briefly explain two qualities that Mary models as a disciple of Jesus. Tell how you can follow the example of Mary in your life.
Poverty: she lived a simple life and she didn't focus on material things; by not putting material things over spiritual things.
Humility: she would think of herself as not being better than anyone, she was humble; we can live humble and not think we are better than anyone.
Jesus performed 4 types of miracles. Each told us something about the kingdom of God. List each type of miracle and tell what it revealed to us about the kingdom of God.
: He changed water into wine when Mary asked; Jesus has control over nature and that anything is possible in the kingdom of God.
: He cures a blind man and someone's sick child; That in the kingdom of God, we will all see and there is no illness.
: He raised Lazarus from the dead; Jesus has power over life and death and in the kingdom of God, there is no suffering.
: Jesus cures a girl who is possessed but did not go into the house because he couldn't, and since the parents had faith the girl was saved; In the kingdom of God, we must have faith.
Jesus is truly present in all Liturgy. List AND briefly explain the 4 ways that Jesus is present.
: when 2 or more people are gathered together, Jesus is present.
: he acts in the position of Jesus in the Mass.
: when we read Scripture, Jesus is present because Jesus is the Word.
: Jesus is truly present in the consecrated bread and wine.
Explain how the Church is both the goal and the means of salvation for all Christians.
: all faithful gathered together in unity with one another with God in heaven (church triumphant)
: the channel through which God accomplishes his plan (church militant)
During the time of Jesus, Palestine was divided into three territories.
a) Identify these territories by labeling each on the map below.
b) Beside each name, tell what people lived in each territory.
a) Galilee, Samaria, Judea.
b) Galilee = farmers, less-educated, poor people.
Samaria = those who were despised by the Jewish people.
Judea = more-educated, political people, rich people.
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