Hebrew Scriptures: Chapter 1 and 2
Terms in this set (44)
The teaching office(authority) of the Church; guided by the Holy Spirit to be able to interpret Scripture and Tradition
The inspired and inerrant Word of God
The universal nature of the Church; Describing either the Church or one of her members
Latin, meaning "binding"
A bond of sacred kinship; an agreement that establishes a sacred family bond between persons
Rule or measure; list of inspired books
God's plan to save us from the consequences of sin
Coming from the Apostles
One source of the revelation of God; The living transmission of the message of the Gospel in the Church
Inspired the sacred writers
Making no mistakes or errors
The Sacred Authors see everything in light of religions, which comes from a latin word meaning what?
The inspired books are what (written by man)?
The inspired books are what (written by God)?
Who wrote it? Who to? What was going on?
What are three important facts to consider when reading and understanding Scripture?
5 Books of Moses
Another name for the Pentateuch
Lead the conquest of Canaan
Old Testament promises
The New Testament fulfills
A collection of songs of praise and rules for life
History of the chosen people of Israel
Contain many poems of David
Named for the Levitical priests, this is a book of religious laws
Prefigure or point to a person, thing, or even; something from the Old Testament that points to something in the New Testament
Wrote shorter books
Greek for "beginning"
Describes God's covenant with the Jewish people and his continual faithfulness
In the historical books of the Bible, we can trace the saving action of God in whose lives?
Someone who speaks a message from God
Book of Laws in Hebrew
Greek word meaning "second law"
Law History Wisdom (and) Prophecy
Four types of books that make up the Old Testament
One of the major prophets who foretold the coming of Christ
Amount of books that are in the Prophecy section of the Old Testament
Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy are the first books that make up what?
Jehovist Elohist Deuteronomestic (and) Priestly
Four sources that contributed to the Pentateuch
Ruth Judith (and) Esther
The three books named for women in the Old Testament
Amount of books in books of Wisdom
Amount of books in books of History
Amount of books in the Old Testament
Guided by God
The collection of all the canonical books
Incapable of error
A Christian not in communion with the Catholic Church