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Religion IV Ch. 7 Part 2
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one of the followers of Jesus who met him on the road to Emmaus
Joseph of Arimathea
an influential member of the Sanhedrin who buried Jesus' body in his own tomb
one of the women who followed Jesus; the first person to have seen the risen lord
Simon of Cyrene
the man who was forced to help carry Jesus' cross to Golgatha
one of the Twelve; he was not present when Jesus appeared to the rest and refused to believe Jesus had risen unless he could see for himself; became a zealous missionary, traveling to India
one who is learning in preparation for baptism to gain entry to the church
one who believes Jesus is the Christ, the appointed one of God
one who has changed to a new religion
the hill outside Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified; means "place of the skull"
a small village a few hours away from Jerusalem. After his resurrection, two of Jesus' followers met him on the road to Emmaus, but did not recognize him until he broke bread with them.
a form of execution used by the Romans in which the victim is nailed to a wooden cross and left to die slowly
the Passover meal that Jesus and his disciples celebrated before his arrest; Jesus instituted the Eucharist at the Last Supper
the sacrament by which Christ forgives sins. Jesus gave his apostles - who passed it on to their successors down to this day - the power to forgive and retain sins.
Jesus' coming to life again on the third day
When they reached Golgotha Jesus drank wine mixed with myrrh as a painkiller to lessen the pain he had to suffer.
The chief priests asked Pilate to change the inscription on the cross to read, "This man said, I am King of the Jews" and so he did change the inscription.
While Jesus was on the cross dying, the soldiers cast lots for his tunic because it was made of one piece of cloth with no seams.
A widow with no sons had no way to support herself, so Jesus made his best friend St. John responsible for Mary.
The crucified criminals had to be buried before sunset because Roman law required them to bury the dead before sundown.
The first messengers of Christ's Resurrection were St. Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome.
Peter and John
Who went to the tomb to check out the report that Christ had Resurrected?
Jesus broke bread with them
The two disciples of Christ that walked with him to Emmaus, only recognized him when _________________________________.
On the day of the Resurrection, ten of the eleven remaining apostles were huddled in a locked room that evening, afraid of the Jewish authorities. Who was not there?
"whose sins you forgive are forgiven and whose sins you retain are retained"
Though the doors were locked, suddenly Jesus stood among them saying, "Peace be with you." He breathed on them and said ________________________________.
breath means life, they received the Holy spirit, and only twice does God breathe on man
It is significant that Jesus breathed on them because?
Only God had the power to forgive sins and now Jesus was giving this power, this authority, to the apostles which instituted the sacrament of ____________________.
After Jesus gave them the power to forgive and retain sins, the disciples followed his instructions to go back to ________________, just as the prophets had foretold where the restoration would begin.
asked him 3 times "Do you love me?" in front of charcoal fire
What did Jesus do (using the same situation), which gave Peter a chance to redeem himself?
spread His message to the whole world
The apostles Peter, John and a few others found 153 fish in the net, a symbolic number since Greek philosophers identified 153 kinds of fish in the world. This showed that the apostles would be sent by Jesus to __________________________________.
Jesus fulfilled what the Scriptures had taught them to expect
When the Apostles preached to Jewish audiences, what was always their theme?
Jesus restores our relationship with God that was broken by Adam's sin
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Adam because?
the waters no longer destroy but rather redeem us
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Noah because?
through Jesus (Abraham's descendant) all people of the world are blessed
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Abraham because?
the righteousness demanded by the Law is given to us in Jesus
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Moses because?
Jesus, Son of David, is Lord of all the nations
Jesus fulfills the covenant with David because?
1.) The lamb must be without blemish; Jesus was _______________________.
the sixth hour
2.) The lambs were slaughtered by the priests beginning at the sixth hour of the day of Preparation; Jesus was handed over to be crucified at "about ___________________" on the day of Preparation.
Jesus' bones were not broken
3.) No bones of the lamb could be broken; ________________________________, although soldiers broke the bones of other crucified criminals.
the sponge of vinegar was given to Jesus on a branch of hyssop
4.) A branch of hyssop was used for sprinkling the blood of the lamb; ____________________________________________.
seamless linen tunic
5.) The high priest wore a holy linen tunic when making the sacrifice; Jesus, our High Priest, wore a ___________________________ before his crucifixion.
In the early Church, at what festival were new converts usually baptized?
40 days and 40 nights
How long did the converts spend preparing for their baptism?
Where did the prophet Isaiah foretell the restoration would begin?
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