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Gospels Final 2

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Jesus of History and Christ of Faith are one and the same person understood and experienced in two different ways.
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The Christian Scriptures are the foundation of all Catholic Christian teachings about Jesus.
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The scriptural accounts about Jesus and the early church can be understood without considering their human authors' perspective and intent.
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The Gospels are less concerned with the details of Jesus' history than his message.
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The Old Testament is all about the covenant that God made through Jesus, with all people.
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Because the Gospels were written by believers in the risen Jesus, they are unreliable sources of information about Jesus.
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The Gospels are not based on historical facts.
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People of virtually any religious persuasion believe Jesus to be an extraordinary person.
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The Jews have always considered Yahweh, the name of God revealed to Moses, too sacred to be spoken.
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The title Christ literally means, "anointed one."
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Jesus did not embrace his Jewish heritage; he considered himself a Christian, not a Jew.
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A covenant is a special relationship between God and people.
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When Jesus read from a scroll in the synagogue and said those words were fulfilled in him that day, he was reading a passage from the New Testament.
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By eating with sinners, Jesus demonstrated that he approved of the sins they committed.
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Mary was probably about twenty when she bore Jesus.
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In Jesus' time a Jewish man's wife and children were considered to be his property.
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Monogamy was not yet recognized as the ideal by Jesus' time.
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Jesus was a shepherd, an occupation he had, before his public ministry.
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Unlike other Gospels, John's Gospel proclaims that Jesus as the Son of God at its starting point.
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The Gospel infancy narratives are nearly identical.
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