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A group of pious, ultraconservative Jews who left the Temple of Jerusalem and began a community by the Dead Sea, known as Qumran were called the Essenes.
Biblical inerrancy is the doctrine that the books of the Scriptures are free from error regarding the truth God wishes to reveal through the Scriptures for the sake of our salvation.
The official collection of inspired books that is the Bible is called the....
Which of the following is not one of the four categories of books in the Old Testament?
Pauline Letters
The handing on of the message of God's saving plan through words and deeds is called...
oral tradition
The divine assistance the Holy Spirit gave the authors of the Bible so the authors could write in human words the salvation message God wanted to communicate.
Divine Inspiration
The additional seven books of the Bible not included in protestant Bibles.
The Old Testament is the account of a loving and communicative relationship between God and which group of people ?
Hebrew people
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being in which mutual commitments are made.
The Church's Magisterium has a unique responsibility to interpret both __________ and __________ under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. These two things "make present and fruitful in the Church the mystery of Christ".
Scripture, Tradition
The __________ inspired the human authors of the Bible as they compiled, recorded, or wrote the different books of the Bible.
Holy Spirit
The literal interpretation of the meaning of the Bible's words, without regard to the historical setting in which the writings or teachings were first developed.
fundamentalist approach
The interpretation of the Bible that takes into account the various contexts for understanding. These contexts include the sense of Scripture, literacy forms, historical situations, cultural backgrounds, the unity of the whole of the Scriptures, Tradition, and the analogy of faith.
contextualist approach
Which of the following was not one of the four standards used by the Bishops of the Church to discern which books to include in the Bible.
written by Jesus himself
The original languages of the Bible were...
Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek
Our main goal in the reading of Sacred Scripture should be __________________.
to learn about the truths of God's Revelation and of his never-ending love for his people
The Catholic Bible differs from the Protestant Bible in that it contains __________________.
seven additional Old Testament books
In determining the meaning of a text from the Scriptures, the Church considers all of the following EXCEPT __________________.
the gender of the writer of the text
Use your Bible and look up the scripture reference Mark 11:20. What type of tree did they see?
Fig tree
Use your Bible and look up the scripture reference Acts 9:10 - 19. What happened after Paul had eaten?
He recovered his strength
How the people, events, and things in the Bible point to the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Allegorical sense
Investigating the eternal significance of the events and teachings in the Bible.
Anagogical sense
The obvious meaning of the text.
Literal sense
How a passage instructs us to live in right relationship with God, neighbor, self, and the earth.
Moral sense
The critical interpretation and explanation of a biblical text.
Biblical Exegesis
Teachings recognized as central to Church teaching, defined by the Magisterium and accorded the fullest weight and authority.
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being in which mutual commitments are made.
The pattern of specific events in human history in which God clearly reveals his presence and saving actions.
Salvation history
Using the Dead Sea Scrolls to compare the current version of the Old Testament to the one found at the Dead Sea is which type of Biblical criticism?
When a biblical scholar examines the metaphors within a parable from the Gospel of Luke, what type of biblical criticism is being used?
Since Catholics have Tradition they do not use the Sacred Scriptures very much, especially at Mass.
The goal of scholastic theology is to present the understanding of revealed truth in a logical and organized form.
In claiming belief or nonbelief in God, one is fundamentally deciding whether thought preceded matter (belief in God) or whether matter preceded thought (nonbelief in God).
God is both completely transcendent (radically other) and completely immanent (radically near).
The Incarnation is when God ...
became flesh in Jesus.
What do we find when we respond to God's call to live in communion with Him?
happiness and truth
Which of the following is NOT one of the four objects of love according to St. Augustine?
The process by which God makes himself known to human reason through the created world
natural revelation
The Church Father's see human beings as the summit of God's creation because they are made in the image and likeness of ...
This proof draws on the idea that the universe constantly moves.
The First Mover
This proof asserts that the world is characterized by remarkable order.
Intelligent Being
What are the two main parts of the Mass?
Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist
According to St. Augustine, where do we need to look if we want to experience true happiness?
Cardinal Newman's theory known as the convergence of probabilities asserts that __________________.
when a number of probable indicators are combined, they produce a powerful argument for God's existence
The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that ______ is our first and ultimate goal.
The Church Fathers taught that God can be known through natural revelation in two ways, which are ...
Universe and Human Beings
Karl Rahner used the image of the horizon to show that God is absolute ...
To long for what is absent or lost is called ...
The divine assistance the Holy Spirit gave the authors of the books of the Bible so the authors could write in human words the salvation message God wanted to communicate.
Divine Inspiration
God's self-communication through which he makes known the mystery of his divine plan.
Divine Revelation
A gathering of the Church's bishops from around the world to address pressing issues in the church.
Ecumenical Council
During the early centuries of the Church, those teachers whose writings extended the Tradition of the Apostles and who continue to be important for the Church's teachings.
A call from God to all members of the Church to embrace a life of holiness.
God is the very act of ____________ itself. He is existence itself. God simply IS.
God is _________________ (all-powerful) - This does not mean God is the strongest thing around. Rather, this means God presses upon everything he has made with unconditional power. No particular being has power over being itself.
Read Acts 9: 1 - 8, In the story Jesus answers Saul's question "I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting." This is an example of ...
In Acts 9: 1-8, Jesus tells Saul to get up and go into the city and you will be told what you must do. This is an example of ...
In Acts 9: 1-8 what inspired Saul to do what Jesus asked him to do?
Most of us can point out the imperfections of the world and humanity. In naming imperfections we acknowledge there are varying degrees of beauty, goodness, and knowledge. This proof of God's existence is called the proof of __________.
Game five of the Cardinals divisional series depended on whether or not the Cardinals won game 4. This is similar to St. Thomas Aquinas' proof of ...
Original sin is the sin of the first human beings, who disobeyed God's command by choosing to follow their own will and thus lost their original holiness and became subject to death.
The handing on, or transmission, of the truths that Jesus Christ taught is known as Sacred Tradition and will continue "under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, to all generations, until Christ returns in glory".
As Catholics we are blessed in recognizing that God chooses to disclose the truths of Revelation through both Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scriptures.
God responded to the enslavement of his people by saving them from persecution and led them out of slavery under the leadership of Moses.
When the Israelites are in the desert they have complete trust in God and Moses even when it is difficult.
God remains fatithful to the Covenant even when the people of Israel do not.
God originally gave Moses three tablets with five commandments on each one, but he dropped one on the way down the mountain.
Gods' self communication through which he makes known the mystery of his divine plan.
Divine Revelation
The pattern of specific events in human history in which God clearly reveals his presence and saving actions.
Salvation History
The heritage of faith contained in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition.
Deposit of Faith
The Church's living teaching office, which consists of all bishops, in communion with the pope.
Why did the Pharoah enslave the Israelites?
He saw the number of Isaelites as a threat
Why did the tenth plague convince Pharoah to release the Israelites?
His own son dies.
Little flakes that God rains down from heaven for the Israelites.
What is the heart of the ten commandments?
Lof of God and Love of Neighbor
Through salvation history God invites us into communion with the blessed ...
Which of the following is not an effect of Original Sin?
Caused God to turn away from us
Which of the following is not one of the ways the Church passes on all that she is and what she believes?
Sanctity of the Church
The Magisterium of the Church includes the __________ in communion with the Pope.
The Book of Genesis tells us that despite humanity's ________. God chose to stay in relationship with humanity.
What is the name of the strange land to which God leads Abram and Sarai?
The father or leader of a tribe, clan, or tradition.
Which of the following is one of the four characteristics shared by the patriarchs?
Treated people with justice
The Israelites in Egypt were descendants of ____________ and his sons.
Who did Moses marry in Midian?
A visible manifestation of God is called a ...
God identifies himself to Moses as the God of ...
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
What meal was Jesus celebrating at the Last Supper?
Where did God make a covenant with Moses and the people of Israel?
Mount Sinai
In 587 BC, Israel was pillaged, the Temple was destroyed along with the city of Jerusalem and the people made to be slaves in a foreign land. This is known as the ...
Babylonian Exile
God's power was revealed when the nation of Israel was freed from the bondage of Egypt in awe-inspiring and wondrous ways. This event is called the ...
This word means to "buy back" and refers to Yahweh's deliverance of Israel in the Old Testament and to Christ's deliverance of all Christians from the forces of sin.
A word from the Latin poenitir, meaning "to make sorry," referring to the recognition and rejection of personal sin.
The worship of fals gods or the love of anything more than the one, true God.
To make holy; a rite offered to God on behalf of the people, presided over by a priest who leads and represents the community in adoration, repentance, gratitude, and honor.