5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Council of Chalcedon
- Formula of Reunion
- a Emphasized the distinction between the human and the divine part of Jesus
- b This formula settled the argument between Cyril and Nestorius
Said that Jesus Christ is one person, who has two natures which are unconfused in their union
- And that Mary is Theotikos (the source fo Jesus humanity)
-And that Jesus is homoousios with us humans and his humanity
- c Accepted the hypostatic union
- d Is the conscious and active commitment to the well being of another.
-It is not an emotion
- e -Augustus' lifelong friend
-His weakness was the circus
-Was very honest; had a very strong sense of morality
-Government official; never accepted a bribe
5 Multiple choice questions
- Most popular theory in Western Christianity
- The Manichean Bishop, whose great talent was his "eloquent sppech" and the "smoothness of his language"
- Tolerated ignorance about science, but did not tolerate ignorance about God.
- Said that Jesus tricked the devil in order to save humans
The ideal is that humans are sinners & Satan taught us how to sin, so we owed satan for teaching us this skill. So God trades Jesus for us, satan accepts and kills Jesus. Then God raises him from the dead leaving satan with nothing.
5 True/False questions
Recapitulation Theory → Augustine's severe view of predestination has not been accepted by the Roman Catholic Church, but does find a home in some protestant traditions. Augustine reasoned that since God's will is irresistible, the fact that all are not saved means that God wills that some be lost.
Cyprian → teacher at Alexandria; Platonic view of death
Pneumatomachians → Man who didn't like to call the connection of Jesus divine side and human side a "Union" he preferred to call it a "conjunction".
Arguere → Latin for "to make clear"
Massa Damnata → damnable mass