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Chapter 5--Called to Justice

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Genealogy in Luke
traced back to Adam to show Jesus as Savior of all.
Shema
Jewish profession of faith to love God with your whole heart, soul, mind
Parousia
refers to the second coming of Christ at the end of time
Acts of the Apostles
second volume of Luke's writing found in the New Testament
Hannah
woman who sang a song in Old Testament that is similar to Mary's Magnificat
Elijah
prophet who appears with Jesus at the Transfiguration
Lord's Prayer
given to the Apostles when they asked Jesus to teach them to pray
Mary
link in salvation history between Old and New Testament
anawim
word referring to poor and outcasts of society
Samaritans
considered to be of "mixed blood" as a result of intermarriage
True
T or F: Luke's Gospel stretches us to open our hearts, souls, strengths, and minds to remove any boundaries that hinder us from seeing the presence of God.
False
T or F: The movement in Luke's Gospel is always toward the city of Bethlehem.
Sapphire
wife of Anais
False
T or F: In Luke's Gospel there is no evidence of the Holy Spirit at work until the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit descends on the Apostles.
True
T or F: The miracle of the feeding of the 5,000 appears in all four Gospels.
False
T or F: At the Transfiguration, three Apostles saw JEsus talking with Abraham and Moses.
True
The action of the Eucharist challenges us to choose whether or not we are willing to die to ourselves and become one with God and one another.
True
The parable of the good samaritan extends love of neighbor to include everyone-- even ones's enemies.
True
T or F: In Luke's Gospel, table fellowship was a sign of unity, acceptance, and closeness.