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5 Matching questions

  1. testament
  2. gabrial
  3. prepetual
  4. apocryphal
  5. assumption
  1. a term referring to books that were rejected frim th Bible
  2. b one of the archangels used by god many times
  3. c the dogma that reconizes the blessed vigin mary's singular participation in her son's ressurection
  4. d for all time, forever
  5. e a name givin to two major parts of the bible

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. those Books in the Bible, esp in the Old Testament, whose inspired character has never been questioned (by any Church Father). can be misleading b/c it was not the Church Fathers, but the Magisterium under the Pope that was divinely authorized
  2. The heritage of faith contained in Sacred Scripture and Tradition, handed on in the Church from the time of the Apostles, from which the Magisterium draws all that it proposes for belief as being divinely revealed
  3. from the hebrew word meaning "vision" or "revelation interpreted"
  4. 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. Some have been recognized by the authority of the Church.
  5. the biginning of marrage in ancient times

5 True/False questions

  1. annunciationThe visit of the angel Gabriel to Mary to tell her that she would be the Mother of God and give birth to the Savior

          

  2. deuterocanonicalthose Books in the Bible, esp in the Old Testament, whose inspired character has never been questioned (by any Church Father). can be misleading b/c it was not the Church Fathers, but the Magisterium under the Pope that was divinely authorized

          

  3. immaculate conceptionrevelations 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. Some have been recognized by the authority of the Church.

          

  4. literal sense propermethod of Scriptural interpretation in which the author intends precisely what he was inspired to write

          

  5. consecratedA permanent state of life recognized by the Church