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Religion 6: Cumulative Review
6th Grade Religion
Terms in this set (36)
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
Romans, Corinthians (1 and 2), Galatians, and Ephesians
James, Peter (1 and 2) and John (1, 2, and 3)
Catholic (Universal) Letters
Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel
Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Sirach
Joshua, Judges, Samuel (1 and 2), Kings (1 and 2)
Most of the Old Testament was composed in this language
The New Testament was composed in this language
St. Jerome translated the Bible into this language from Hebrew and Greek
Saint Jerome's Latin translation of the Bible; the word vulgate is derived from the same Latin root as vulgar, which originally simply meant "of the common people."
A literary form or type of writing
Give an account of the various rules and customs followed by the Jewish people
Recount real events, but are not intended as a textbook; the authors use these events to teach us divine realities
A messenger chosen by God to speak to his people (and usually encourage them to return to God with all their hearts when they've gotten themselves into trouble)
Communicate the message of faith: Jesus Christ is Lord! As such, they are at the heart of the Scriptures.
New Testament Letters
Provide encouragement and support to the early Christian communities, show us about life in the early Church and articulate the earliest proclamations of faith in Jesus
The "handing down" from generation to generation of all that Christ has revealed
The first recorded statement of Sacred Tradition
Books of the Bible that come from Jewish people before the time of Jesus
The books of the Bible written in apostolic times, which have the life, teachings, Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus Christ and the beginnings of the Church as their central theme
God the Holy Spirit guided the human authors of the Scriptures to write God's message to his people, without hindering the freedom and creativity of these human authors.
The official teaching authority of the Church (the bishops in union with the Pope)
Other examples of Sacred Tradition
Creeds, writings of the Church Fathers, the liturgy, and official decrees of the Church
Who created the world?
God, the Blessed Trinity
Why was the world created?
To reveal the glory of God, who desires to share his love and goodness with us
When was the world created?
The beginning of creation was the beginning of time.
God guides and cares for all creation and leads it back to himself.
All-powerful, can do everything
Present in all places and at all times, because God is not bound by time or space
The condition of goodness (or holiness) that man had at the beginning
The spiritual part of man which is immortal and will be reunited with our bodies at the end of time
Will live forever
The ability to love, to know the truth, and to choose the good
A sharing of life and love
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