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Chapter 4 theology study guide
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The use of beads in prayer is a Muslim invention that was adopted by Christians living under Moorish rule in what is now Spain.
What was Christ's first public miracle?
Turning water into wine at the Wedding at Cana.
By getting baptized, Jesus was cleansed of His sins, thus completing the process of kenosis in which Christ identified Himself with mankind.
How can we best understand the connection between the light and Christ and His truth?
We need light to see the world around us just as we need Christ to see spiritually.
By resisting the devil's temptations in the desert, Jesus was able to defeat the devil.
By demonstrating power over life and death, demons, and matter, Jesus demonstrates to us that He was an angelic being.
Since the Kingdom of Heaven is already present on earth and Christ is already the universal king, Christians need only let Him reign and mind their own business.
What does Christ call us to do at the beginning of His earthly ministry?
Repent and believe in the Gospel.
How do the parables help people to understand the Kingdom of Heaven?
They use familiar settings and concepts to explain abstract spiritual truths.
What is the Church on earth's role in the Kingdom of God?
To make the kingdom known and guide souls into it.
The Parable of the Lost Sheep teaches us that the Good Shepherd rejoices when the sheep go astray.
On what basis is Christ the King of Kings over Heaven and earth?
As the Word, God the Son, He is creator of the universe
What is something that was very unusual about Christ's miracles?
They were recorded by people who knew him.
The Holy Spirit was present in the form of a cloud to harken back to how Elijah received his prophecy from God.
Why did Peter, James, and John need to hear about Jesus' impending death?
Crucifixion was going to look like a great failure.
The Transfiguration is an event which emphasized the humanity of Christ.
The Last Supper resembles the first Passover in that it consisted of unleavened bread, wine, and the sacrificial lamb.
What two things are at the heart of the Jewish religion?
The Law and Jesus
At the Transfiguration, all three persons of the Trinity are made manifest.
The Transfiguration was accomplished by an ingenious manipulation of light and reflections to make Jesus appear divine.
The Transfiguration shows us something of how our bodies will be glorified following the resurrection.
Which sacraments were instituted at the Last Supper?
Eucharist and Holy Orders (priesthood)
Following the Baptism of Christ by St. John, Christ fasted and prayed in the wilderness for 40 days. This event is know
Temptations in the Desert
Greek for self-emptying, which is what Jesus did to take on our nature and redeem the world:
The new order established by God in Jesus Christ to succeed and perfect the Old way.
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, in which we celebrate and commemorate the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, to redeem humanity from sin and death.
The New Passover
The public and authoritative act of the Church to protect or liberate a person, place or object from demonic possession in the name of Christ.
The ____________________________________________________ is based on union with Jesus Christ by the work of the Holy Spirit. It is spiritual, and it begins here on earth and is perfected at the end of time.
Kingdom of God
From the Greek for "thanksgiving:" also called the Mass of the Lord's Supper. Can also be applied to the Species consecrated during the Mass:
The divine glory of Christ was manifested to Sts. Peter, James, and John on Mt. Tabor. Jesus spoke with Moses and Elijah and was called "Son" by a voice from heaven.
The Roman Governor or procurator of Judea who found Christ innocent, but still sentenced Him to death by crucifixion.
A devotion in which the faithful recite prescribed prayers while meditating on specific mysteries in the life of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Uses a set of beads.
Why were Moses and Elijah the ones to appear at the Transfiguration?
To represent the Law and the Prophets, the Hebrew Bible
List the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary in order.
Baptism, Cana, Proclamation, Transfiguration, Eucharist
What is a parable?
A lifelike story with a moral lesson
The Baptism of John...
What was Mary's role in the Miracle at Cana?
She helped to make her Son manifest.
She is seen to be a cooperator with divine grace.
How was the Kingdom of God made manifest?
In Jesus' miracles and teachings proclaiming charity.
In the numerous parables told by Christ.
In the parable of the Leaven we learn that...
it only takes a few Christians to share the Gospel well
What is the liturgical meaning of the word "remembrance?"
We mystically partake in and re-present Christ's sacrifice.
We are made present in the timeless event of the Last Supper.
Which biblical authors tell us to partake of the body and blood of Christ?
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul
When did Christ begin His public ministry?
How can the Kingdom of God be both "at hand" and "not of this world?"
It's built among Christians on earth and fulfilled in Heaven
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