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Arts and Humanities
Chapter 1; Jesus Christ His Mission & Ministry
Terms in this set (34)
The teaching that God, by nature, is beyond this world and beyond the comprehension of human beings.
A trait of God which refers to his intimate union with and total presence to his creation, whereby he upholds and sustains all creation in their being.
A person who denies the existence of God.
A person who asserts that he or she does not know whether there is a God or not.
The gift of God's self revelation by which he makes known the mystery of his divine plan.
The account of God's saving activity and intervention on behalf of humanity.
a solemn agreement or contract of love between God and his people.
A name for God that God himself revealed to Moses and the Chosen People on Mount Sinai. The word means "I Am Who Am" and led to Israel's understanding that God is the one, living, and true God.
The official teaching authority of the Church comprised by the Pope and bishops who are successors of Christ and his Apostles.
deposit of faith
The body of saving truths and the core beliefs of Catholicism that are faithfully preserved by the Magisterium.
The inspired Word of God; the written record of God's Revelation.
canon of the Bible
The official list of the inspired books in the Bible. Catholics list forty-six Old Testament books and twenty-seven New Testament books in their canon.
The living transmission of the Catholic faith through the teaching, life, and worship of the Church.
A central truth of Revelation that Catholics are obliged to believe.
Moral excellence and righteousness; an inclination and habitual preference for the good.
One of the theological virtues. Faith is an acknowledgement of an allegiance to God.
A set of beliefs, values, and practices that binds believers in a relationship with God and with other believers.
Body of Christ
A rich image for the Church from St.Paul who wrote that the Church is like a body for which Christ is the head. Paul taught that the members of the Church are like the members or parts of the body, drawing direction from the head and life from the rest of the body.
The branch of Christian theology that studies the nature, person, and works of Jesus Christ
Wrote our hear is restless until it rests in you
Faith hope and charity
Prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance
Simmons new name that means Rock
The only apostle that wasn't martyred
Number of books in the New Testament
Number of books in the Old Testament
five ways that God revels himself
search for meaning/ the bible/love/creation/thought and reasoning
the three ways God stays present with us
the word his sun and creator
Peak of Gods creation is
God promised Abraham he would become the father of a great nation and many decedent. the sign of the covenant male circumcision.
Convent of Abraham
What covenant did God revel his name and give Moses the ten comadments
the beginning of the line of Jesus king of Juda
covenant of David
where is God's revelation found
deposit of faith
most important books of the new testament
the 4 gosples
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