25 terms

Adamic Covenant


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Primary author of Scripture
Rest & Worship
focus of the Sabbath day
Unformed and empty
"problems" with creation
Adam was given dominion over all the other creatures
Adam spoke on God's behalf by naming the animals
Adam was to serve and guard the Garden of Eden
When Eve was created, Adam and Eve were married
Son of God
Adam was created in the image and likeness of God
Biblical Inspiration
The Holy Spirit divinely assisted ("breathed into") a human author to write a biblical book. Therefore, God is the author of Scripture.
The attribute of all the books of the Bible, whereby they faithfully and without error teach the truth God desires us to know through Sacred Scripture.
Canon of Scripture
The Church's complete list of Books contained in Sacred Scripture.
Message Conveyed by God
Accomplished by: Looking at the content and unity of Scripture, Reading within Church Tradition, Paying attention to the analogy of faith.
Literal Sense of Scripture
The meaning conveyed by the words of Scripture.
Spiritual Sense of Scripture
Three distinct sense of deeper meaning in Scripture.
Allegorical Sense
How a Scriptural event is significant in relation to Jesus Christ.
Exchange of property, goods, service.
Exchange of persons
Moral Sense
Reveals how we are to live.
Anagogical Sense
How a Scripture passage points to the eternal, to Heaven, our true home.
A dwelling place for God and a place for humans to encounter and worship God.
Creation of the Temple
The descriptive language is the same language used when Moses builds the Tabernacle in the wilderness.
Human Author
Influenced by: History, Culture, Language, and Literary Forms.
Formed and Filled
How God addressed the "problems" at the beginning of creation.
God created out of love and remains faithful
What God reveals about Himself in the Old Testament
The full depth of Jesus' merciful love
God reveals through Jesus in the New Testament