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religion iii mr tortorici q4 quiz 1
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This interpretation of the Scriptures is deemed to be correct for one reason - what is it?
JESUS DID IT THIS WAY!
This way of looking at the "connection" between the Old and New Testaments is called
The Resurrection Narratives in the Gospels are ______________ of the Risen Jesus' appearances.
Jesus explains how the Paschal Mystery _________________ Moses, the Psalms, & Prophets
In addition to "opening" the Scriptures to them, Jesus' _____________ reveals His identity to the disciples on the Road to Emma's (Lk 24).
BREAKING THE BREAD
The "bodily" resurrection of Jesus (and the belief that He is in heaven in a Glorified Body) highlights the concept of ____________________- that Jesus became a man and will forever remain fully human and fully divine.
The Church's celebration of ____________ includes Scripture and the Breaking of the Bread.
The story of "Doubting Thomas" in Jn 20:24-28 is another example of how Jesus showed His disciples in visible ways that He was truly alive and not a ___________
What promise did Jesus give to the Apostles to help them continue to interpret the Scripture correctly and to guide them to all truth (Jn 16:13)?
HOLY SPIRIT - SPIRIT OF TRUTH.
Jesus establishes the principle that the Paschal Mystery cannot be understood without understanding the _______________ stage of Divine Revelation.
This principle or way of understanding is seen throughout the _____________ as the Apostles do what Jesus taught them by interpreting the Old Testament as foreshadowing and pointing towards Him.
In the great "missionary speeches" of Peter, Paul, and Steven, the heroes and events of the Old Testament are mentioned again and again - especially ________________
________________ is seen as the restoration of Israel.
Jesus now reigns as________________ over a Kingdom that is both on earth and in heaven - a kingdom that is both temporal and eternal.
KING & PRIEST
The Kingdom is _____________ This is the destiny of the human family: becoming sons and daughters of God.
The Jewish feast of Pentecost called all devout Jews to Jerusalem to celebrate their birth as God's chosen people how?
RECEIVING THE LAW THROUGH MOSES.
The Spirit given at Pentecost is the birthday of ___________
Where is the new law and new covenant written by the Spirit at Pentecost and for all Christians?
IN THE HEART
The Law revealed God's Will and Plan for how humanity should live in Covenant with Him. It reveals sin and boundaries for covenant living, but it could not and cannot give __________ to obey and live the law.
Contrast Jesus as a "New Adam" with Adam with two examples:
1) obedience vs. disobedience
2) new life vs. death
The __________ are used by the Apostles to share the gift of the Spirit they received with the world as they preach and teach in Jesus' Name.
The sacraments - like everything in the New Covenant - were _____________ in the Old Testament and ___________________ in the New Testament.
In the saving waters of Baptism, in the ______________, all humankind may find salvation.
ARK OF THE CHURCH
Baptism is foreshadowed by the parting of the Red Sea and _______________ is foreshadowed by the manna in the Wilderness
This "new birth" is a sharing in the Spirit of God which makes the baptized a ______________, and adopted as a _________________
CHILD OF GOD.
What was the meaning and trajectory of every covenant?
TO MAKE US CHILDREN OF GOD
Each of the baptized has been given a share in _______________________ according to 2 Peter 1:4.
THE DIVINE NATURE
In the Kingdom, in the Church, the _________________ are "no longer strangers" but are made now "fellow citizens with the holy ones and members of the household of God" (Eph 2: 19; 3: 5-6).
List three ways the Church evolves as a "visible institution":
-INTERPRETING THE SCRIPTURES WITH AUTHORITY & HOLY SPIRIT
-WRITING INSPIRED LETTERS & HANDING ON ORAL TRADITION
-BAPTIZING, CELEBRATING EUCHARIST AND OTHER SACRAMENTS
-CREATING PERMANNENT INSTITUTIONS: PRIESTS, BISHOPS, & DEACONS
The Church, being the People of God includes a visible and ____________ nature - the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of all believers.
List two examples of Old Testament references in each of the following texts: Acts 2: 14-36
List two examples of Old Testament references in each of the following texts: Acts 13: 16-41
List two examples of Old Testament references in each of the following texts: Acts 7: 1-51
JOSEPH - MOSES
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