9th Grade Theology Chapter 2: Natural Revelation Review
Terms in this set (16)
The process by which God makes himself known to human reason through the natural and created world.
Goal is to present the understanding of revealed truth in a logical and systematic form.
Vatican Council I
affirmed the Church's teaching that God can be known in and through creation, informed by human reason
5 proofs of God's existence
that directs all things to their appropriate conclusion
Convergence of probabilities
The theory developed by Cardinal Newman that says that a number of probable hints point to the existence of God.
Something cannot exist without this
the one who is not created
"Man fully alive is the glory of God."
"God is that than which nothing greater can be thought.
Vatican Council I
"God can be known with certainty from the created world."
is the Necessary Being
contains countless passages that point to the Christian understanding of natural revelation.
affirmed the role of natural revelation in helping people to experience the existence of God
A state in which something relies or depends on something else.
Saint Thomas Aquinas
proposed five proofs of God's existence
"It is greater to exist in reality than to exist merely in the mind. Therefore, God must exist in reality, not only in the mind."
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