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Sacrament of Healing Test part 2
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In the Epistle of St. James, he asks the question: "_________________?" When we face ______ and suffering we ask "______" These questions can lead a person to begin a search for ______ and lead to a discovery of what in life is really ________, and what is not.
Is anyone among you suffering?
T/F? The Hebrew people believed that sickness was a punishment for their sins
Adam and Eve transmitted to their ________ their own wounded nature and a loss of their original ________ and justice, as a ______ of their sin. As a result of ____________, human nature is weakened and _________ to sin.
The early _______ believed that all suffering directly resulted as punishment for sin, called the "____________". They believed that people who were seriously ill or ______ early must have sinned, or their _______ must have done something to _______ God.
Law of Retribution
the theological question that tries to connect belief in God's justice with the reality that sometimes good people suffer unjustly and die
T/F? Job accepts the conventional wisdom of his time that his suffering is caused in some way by his sins.
highly symbolic and describes future times and the end of the world. It is not meant to be taken literally.
The ________ lived among people of other religions who also looked at sickness as a ______ condition. The sick were __________ by the righteous and were often considered _______ because they did not contribute to the well-being of the ______.
What was the meaning of the Fourth Commandment to the Israelites?
Truly good people take care of their sick parents and relatives, and God will reward them for doing so
Jesus did not ______as much about suffering as he _____ on suffering. He treated both the _____- symptoms of illness as well as the soul by offering __________. Jesus also _____ the understanding that suffering is a _____ for sin.
In the days of Jesus, sick people were still treated as ________ on suffering. Some of them, especially ______ and those possessed with _____, had to live in the _______ outside the city walls and rely on _______. Many of the _______ were forced to beg for alms and ______.
1. According to Mosaic Laws, how could become unclean? 2. What were the consequences of being made unclean?
1. If they touched a sick person or a corpse
2. Could not take part in community worship
T/F? Jesus defied the local customs of his day and touched the sick and disabled
T/F? Jesus directly explained why God allows human suffering
Instead of a triumphal _______ general or a powerful ______, Jesus came as a different kind of _____—- the Suffering Servant foretold by _______. Jesus redeemed us by willingly taking upon himself our sufferings and _______ for sin.
Jesus' _____ anointed and _______ on those who were sick to heal them. In later centuries Christians would gather around and _____ for the sick person ad rub _____ that had been blessed by a bishop on whatever parts of the body needed healing
T/F? During the Middle Ages the Anointing of the Sick came to be seen as something that accompined a final recpetion of Penance and Baptism.
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