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5 Matching questions

  1. Christology
  2. Single Procession
  3. Christ as a Teacher
  4. Hypostatic Union
  5. continence
  1. a purity
  2. b The Holy Spirit proceeds from the father, through the son
  3. c Jesus is consubstantial with the father and with us
    -This teaching grew out of the formula for reunion.
  4. d Is the study of Christ; What you believe about Jesus.
  5. e Christ became human to teach us the truth, the true law, to teach us how to live, the "Law of Love"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Believed that when you die, you'd be free to go back into the metaphysical world as a perfectly happy soul.
  2. Against the Donatists, Augustine argued that the validity of the sacraments is not dependent upon the holiness of the minister who administers them.
  3. "Dokien" (Means to appear/ seen)
    Believed that Jesus wasn't human at all, said that he only appeared to be human
  4. 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. Taking on the flesh, becoming human/flesh
    The body of Christ= Jesus' actual flesh and blood body

5 True/False questions

  1. PredestinationAugustine'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.

          

  2. Christ as a VictimSaid 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.

          

  3. double predestinationAugustine'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.

          

  4. "Superstition of the mind"Regulations about how monks / nuns should live together

          

  5. View on Marriage (Catholics)Procreation
    Unitive (Strengthening the bonds of love)