3. The Lord's Prayer
Terms in this set (11)
the blessings given by Jesus that begin the Sermon on the Mount.
the Christian synthesis of the church and the late Roman Empire that shaped the Catholic, Orthodox, and early Protestant traditions.
a tradition that emphasizes the diﬀerent ways in which God deals with human beings across the eras of salvation history.
disciplined evaluation of the projects of human freedom— the rightness (or wrongness) of particular decisions and the goodness (or evil) of ways of living.
the heart's response to God, crying out for deeper communion in light of divine revelation.
the basic Christian orthodoxy that identiﬁes the one true God as eternally existing in the three Persons of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
kingdom of God
the cosmic blessedness— constant in principle, inaugurated in practice, to be fully consummated in the future— that involves God reigning over all things and people (ultimately, both willing and unwilling subjects) in heaven and earth.
confession of sin
acknowledgment of wrongdoing, whether in thought, word, and/or deed, by things done and/or left undone— oﬀending God and aﬀecting neighbor(s).
a strain of Christian tradition that promotes self- denial, often through abstaining from physical comforts
the dialectical, "already and not yet," tension over God's kingdom already being present in the Creator's cosmic sovereignty, and anew with the ﬁrst advent of Jesus Christ, but not yet in its ultimate fullness.
a speciﬁc movement arising in Latin America, followed by subsequent movements among other marginalized groups, identifying Jesus with the broader biblical struggles of oppressed humanity, confronting structural evil along with personal sin.
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