6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- The name given to the two major parts of the Bible; a synonym for covenant. The Old Testament recounts the history of salvation before the time of Christ (46 books), and the New Testament unfolds the saving work of Jesus and the Church (27 books).
- the churhc's complete list of sacred books of the Bible.
- Reading of the Old Testament which discerns in God's works of the Old Covenant prefigurations of what he accomplished in the fullness of time in the person of Jesus Christ.
- Sacred Scripture: the books which contain the truth of God's revelation and were composed by human authors inspired by the Holy Spirit. Contains both the forty-six books of the Old Testament adn the twenty-seven books of the New Testament.
- From Hebrew 'hozeh' meaning "vision" or "revelation interpreted"; God's communcation to his creatures of the knowledge he has, including foreknowledge of the contingent future.
- Revealed teachings of Christ which are proclaimed by the fullest extent of the exercise of the authority of the Church's Magisterium. The faithful are obliged to believe the truths or dogmas contained in Divine Revelation and Defined by the Magisterium.
5 True/False questions
Private Revelation → Revelations made in the course of history which do not add to or form part of the deposit of faith, but rather may help people live out their faith more fully. somee have been recognized by the authority of the Church.
Septuagint → A pre-Christian Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures made by Jewish scholars, and later adopted by Greek-speaking Christians
Oral Tradition → the living transmission of the message of the Gospel in the Church. The oral preaching of the apostles is conserved and handed on as the deposit of faith through the Church.
Protocanonical → Those books and passages of the Old and New Testaments about which there was controversy in early Christian history.
Deuterocanonical → Those books and passages of the Old and New Testaments about which there was controversy in early Christian history.