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Exam Review (1-5)
The teaching voice of the Church is called _______
Which of the following is not a Patriarch?
God sent ______ to free the Israelites and lead them to the Promise land.
The word"Testament" means:
These men were military leaders who helped Israel to conquer the Promised Land.
This person was considered was considered the greatest King of Israel:
These people conquered Israel in 587 B.C. and led the people into exile in Babylon:
The ulitimate author of the Bible is:
These people believe that every part of the Bible must be absolutely true, or literal, in everyway:
This church has the broken connection with the original Apostles:
To work towards overcoming differences with other Christians churches by praying, serving the community and searching for God's truth together is called:
Belief in one God is called:
Belief in many Gods is called:
If you do not believe in a god, you are called:
The Trinity was revealed to us by:
If God is described as "all powerful," He is:
If God is described as "all knowing,"
Human beings are created in God's:
Image & Likeness
If you care for God's creation, you are practicing:
Adam and Eve transmitted this spiritual defect to their descendants:
God gave us this gift to receive love and give love in return:
Choice & Free Will
Jesus Christ became the new ____ to conquer the effects of Original Sin once and for all:
The tendancy of all human beings toward sin is called:
The Church makes frequent appeal to human reason in teaching us about the religious truths God has revelaed.
The Church teaches that salvaltion is for only those who are Christian.
St. Augustine said, "For you have made us for yourself and our hearts are restless until they rest in you."
There are 46 books in the New Testament.
When we listen to the message of creation and to the voice of conscience, every person can come to the certainty about the existence of God.
Revelation is God making himself and his divine plan known to the human race through his words and deeds in human history.
Truths about Jesus and his teachings are called the Apostolic Tradition or just Tradition.
The categories of the Old Testament include the Pentateuch, Historical, Revelation, and Prophetical books.
Scripture and Tradition have a connection between one another.
We are by nature religious beings, and each of us has an empty place-- a God-shaped hole -- that can never be filled by anything less than God.
The stroy of Salvation History begins only with Jesus.
These are books of poetry and the collected wisdom of the Israelites.
Tells how the Israelites settled in the Promise land; stories of their great and not so great kings.
These books are the core of the Old Testament; they tell the stories of creation, sin, and the origin of God's people.
Collected speeches and biographies of Israel's prophets.
Most important books for Christians since they convey the meaning of Jesus' life and teachings.
Continuation of the Gospel of Luke and tells the stories of how the early Church spread.
Acts of the Apostles
Contains 27 books divided into four categories.
New Testament (Christian Scriptures)
Contains 46 books divided into four categories.
Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
A book of hope for early Chrisitians who were being persecuted; written by John.
Written by Paul and other early Church leaders that give teachings and guidance to individuals and the first Christian Churches.
Faith is not crucial for Jesus.
Faith, trust, and love are closely connected.
Faith is our response to God's love for us.
One can be spiritual without belonging to the Catholic Church or any organized religion.
All Catholics are Christians and all Chrisitans are Catholics.
Faith is not a supernatural gift of God--- we initiate the relationship.
Faith is the element that changes our perspective with life and difficulties.
Faith is not necessary for salvation.
The Trinity is the mystery of one God in three persons.
The Trinity is the central mystery of the Christian faith and we call it a mystery because it cannot be understood only by reason.
God loves every person without exception; every person has infinite value in God's plan.
The Fall and sin of Adam and Eve had no immediate consequence.
Jesus never experienced temptation.
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