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5 Matching questions

  1. Theotokos
  2. Arguere
  3. Love
  4. Anthropotokos
  5. Council of Constantinople (381) 2nd Ecumenical Council
  1. a One who brings forth Jesus (Mary)
  2. b Decided that the Holy Spirit is homoousios with God; Christians were now trinitarian.
  3. c Latin for "to make clear"
  4. d means human bearer
  5. e Is the conscious and active commitment to the well being of another.
    -It is not an emotion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. Attempted to resolve the issue between Nestorius and Cyril
    cyril supporters showed up first and condemned Nestorius
    then Nestorius supporters showed up and condemned Cyril
    * Nestorius condemnation is the final resolution of the council.
  3. Paints Jesus as human (Catechetical school in Egypt)
  4. means God bearer
  5. Christ became human to teach us the truth, the true law, to teach us how to live, the "Law of Love"

5 True/False questions

  1. Original SinAs understood by Augustine, this is the stain with which all humans are infected by the way of the first sin. It's inheritance seems to be effected by concupiscence, a spontaneous desire that flairs up in our fallen humanity, beyond the control of our rationality.


  2. Aurelius AugustinusThe Manichean Bishop, whose great talent was his "eloquent sppech" and the "smoothness of his language"


  3. Augustus (Thagaste)becomes a "hearer" in a Gnostic sect called the Manichees/Manicheans (founded by Mani)
    Was only a "catechumen", a person becoming a full fledge gnostic
    -profoundly influenced by Ambrose, he baptized Augustin on Easter 387


  4. Christ as a VictimMost popular theory in Western Christianity


  5. The Body of Christ (Sacramental Answer)Against the Donatists, Augustine argued that the validity of the sacraments is not dependent upon the holiness of the minister who administers them.