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theology 1: final exam
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how are we unique?
we are unique because of our catholic heritage and because we are called into being by God.
in what are humans made in the image and likeness of God?
we are made in the image and likeness of God because we have dignity and worth, we can think, we have freedom (free will), we are responsible, we are adopted children of God.
what are the five stages of growth?
embryo, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood.
what his adolescence?
transitions between childhood and adulthood.
when does adolescences begin and end?
beings with a period of rapid physical growth and ends in sexual maturity.
- pituitary glands in the brain sends hormones to sex organs to act
- these two organs send hormones to other parts of the body
- a period of SEXUAL AWAKENING occurs causing mixed reactions
physical development (girls)
- girls usually mature and average of 2 years before boys
- breast and hip broaden
- pubic and auxiliary hair
(all of the terms above are secondary sex characteristics/are required for having babies)
- menstruation (monthly shedding of the uteran lining, flows through the vagina)
- ovulation (producing mature egg cells) occurs approximately within ONE YEAR of mensuration
physical development (boys)
- 11 years of age (chubby phase)
- change in voice at age 14
- penile erections
- penis increases in size
- SCROTUM increases in size
- surge of genital growth at age 13-14
- pubic, facial and underarm hair
(last two secondary sex characteristics)
- nocturnal emissions or "wet dreams"
feel more deeply/ everything is a bigger deal
- capable of deeper sharing and fuller human relationships
- conduced indifferent issues and feelings
- crushed/ infatuation
- peer pressure
- communicates to a greater degree
- grows in understanding of commitment
- chooses friends independently
- understands give and take
assumers personal responsibility for decisions
- develops capacity for friendships and exclusive friendships
- grows in and restricts trust
- develops sense of identity
- abstract and complex thought
- more independent thinking
- intellectual curiosity- critical thinking
- doubt, fear, confusion
- tough questions of life
- childhood stage
(school, feelings, contacts with religion, what to do?)
(make a choice, faith)
what fo all humans want and long for? why?
happiness because God made us happy in order to finds happiness in him.
st. Augustine and his quote
"our heart is resales until it rest in you"
what are gifts and givens? (examples)
gifts- influences who we are and what we will become (things you are good at)
givens- things that we are born with and can't change, beyond your control (you parents)
producing mature egg cells/ occurs approximately within ONE YEAR of menstruation
gland in the brain that send hormones to sex organs to act
Mauturity (boys vs. girls)
-girls develop around 2 years before boys
secondary sex characteristics (boys)
-surge of genital growth at 13-14 years old
- pubic, facial, and underarm hair growth
secondary sex characteristics (girls)
- breast and hips broaden
- pubic and auxiliary hair grow
(in order to get ready for babies)
social development tasks of adolescence
1. develop capacity its for friendships
2. healthy sexual identity
3. more mature parents-child relationships
the parents experience
provider- everything we need and want is given to us
wonderworkers- they can fix and make everything better
lawgivers- tell us what to do
nobodies/enemies- old fashion ideas don't matter to us/going against them
friends- respect one another
providers- we provide for them
the God experience
providers/caretakers- caring for guys and providing us with everything we need
wonderworkers- his creation is amazing when we stop and look at it
moral guide- our conscience, calling us to the right path
enemy/nobody- don't want him around because he "expects too much"
friend- we depend on For and he depends on us
characteristics of a good friendship
should you participate in church because of other people?
the ability to bear offspring
can media be both positive and negative?
positive- makes us aware of local and worldly happenings
- can be educational
- can serve as a source of unity
- can show case good values
- can ignite creativity
Negatives- normalizes alcohol, drugs, sex, and violence
- promotes individualism and immediate gratification
- promote profane language
- promotes competition and superficiality
Making ourselves aware of the messages in the media and watch critically not just for entertainment
Values attacked by the media
- Marriage and family life
-virginity and chastity
- self-sacrifice/simple life
- positive self-esteem
- honesty, truth
- forgiveness, understanding
- charity, giving
- humility, modesty
- dignity, respect
the total pattern of thought, speech, behavior, and social values that has been passed down from one generation to another within a particular society (art, music, literature, social customs, norms, traditions, etc.
6 cultural influences
Consumerism, individualism, immediate gratification, sexual permissiveness, TV, music, social media
L.I.F.E (characteristic and definition)
Love- a relationship characterized by commitment, unconditional acceptance, deep respect and trust
Infatuation- (or being in love) is a romantic relationship involving sexual feelings and attraction
Friendship- a relationship between any two
Exploitation- a relationship based on selfishness and lack of respect for the other person( (using a person)
Different types or levels of love
3. Neighbor (the other)
4. Significant other (ultimate concrete expression is sex-marriage)
Common forms of exploitation
- Abusing our parents trust
- buttering up teachers
- taking our friends for granted (also using friends for favors)
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