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Church History (Apostolic Church)
Pharisees
Holiness
Sadducees
Zealots
Jews that emphasized their traditions/practices that "set the…
the attribute of being "set apart"
Jewish members of the wealthy aristocracy who had "sold out"…
Jewish group intending to violently resist Roman occupation t…
Pharisees
Jews that emphasized their traditions/practices that "set the…
Holiness
the attribute of being "set apart"
51 terms
History of the Church
Divine Revelation
Magisterium
Apostolic Tradition
Pentecost
Made up of Scripture and Apostolic Tradition
Teaching body of the Church. It's role is to guard and defend…
Oral tradition passed on from Jesus to the apostles and their…
Church was born
Divine Revelation
Made up of Scripture and Apostolic Tradition
Magisterium
Teaching body of the Church. It's role is to guard and defend…
14 terms
The History of the Church: Background to Church History
Augustus
Chattel
Diaspora
Essenes
Imperial title given to Octavian from the Senate marking the…
Form of slavery in which the master holds power of life and d…
Greek for "dispersion," it refers to the emigration of the Je…
A group of Jews that withdrew from the world into the desert…
Augustus
Imperial title given to Octavian from the Senate marking the…
Chattel
Form of slavery in which the master holds power of life and d…
37 terms
Church History
Persecutions 54-325 A.D.
Roman Druids
Bacchanalia
Extreme Gnosticism
-two reasons: extreme gnosticism and illegal pagan religions
Practiced magic and human sacrifices
Secret meetings at night, committed murder, forged wills, too…
Believed the body should be destroyed by indulging its desire…
Persecutions 54-325 A.D.
-two reasons: extreme gnosticism and illegal pagan religions
Roman Druids
Practiced magic and human sacrifices
Church History
Ignatius of Antioch
Justin
apologists
Bishop
A bishop martyr who was taken to Rome to be eaten by lions in…
studied all kinds of philosophies in search for the meaning o…
Defenders of the faith
supervisor ... bishop comes before priest
Ignatius of Antioch
A bishop martyr who was taken to Rome to be eaten by lions in…
Justin
studied all kinds of philosophies in search for the meaning o…
43 terms
Church History
Discuss the seven Eucanemical councils
Nicaea
Constantinople
Ephesus
Nicaea 325 - deity of Christ... Constantinople 381 - Apollonaria…
325 by Constantine I... the deity of Christ... Arius - hetero-ousio…
381... Theodotius I... Apollonarianism - Christ has no human nature…
431... Theodotius II ... the worship of Mary... Theotokos - Cyril of A…
Discuss the seven Eucanemical councils
Nicaea 325 - deity of Christ... Constantinople 381 - Apollonaria…
Nicaea
325 by Constantine I... the deity of Christ... Arius - hetero-ousio…
History of the Church
APOSTLE
BISHOP
CHURCH
CHURCH HISTORY
The word "apostle" comes from the Greek apostolos, a form of…
A bishop is a successor of the Apostles who has received the…
In the Scriptures, the Church is described as the Body of Chr…
The history of the Church is the record of the life of Jesus,…
APOSTLE
The word "apostle" comes from the Greek apostolos, a form of…
BISHOP
A bishop is a successor of the Apostles who has received the…
Church History: The Early Church
Erasmus of Rotterdam
John Locke
Voltaire
Jesus' Church
- 1467-1536... - Ridiculed monasticism and scholasticism in "Pra…
- 1632-1704... - Indicates that the existence of God is "the mos…
- 1694-1778... - Personified the skepticism of the French Enligh…
Focuses on Redemption
Erasmus of Rotterdam
- 1467-1536... - Ridiculed monasticism and scholasticism in "Pra…
John Locke
- 1632-1704... - Indicates that the existence of God is "the mos…
Church History- The Early Church
What is a covenant?
3. What were gentiles?
What was Exodus?
What was Passover?
A covenant is an agreement or contract between two parties. C…
Gentiles were persons of non-Jewish faith or origin
God's saving intervention in history, as narrated in the Book…
Passover was a Jewish feast commemorating the deliverance of…
What is a covenant?
A covenant is an agreement or contract between two parties. C…
3. What were gentiles?
Gentiles were persons of non-Jewish faith or origin
History of the Church
The Dark Ages
Pope Gregory the Great
Monasteries/Convents
St. Brigid
The Roman Empire split and eventually collapsed in...
Sent missionaries to barbaric tribes in hopes of spreading Ch…
Were started my monks and nuns who wanted to preserve Christi…
Was the pioneer of Irish Monastic life
The Dark Ages
The Roman Empire split and eventually collapsed in...
Pope Gregory the Great
Sent missionaries to barbaric tribes in hopes of spreading Ch…
Church History - Early Church
apologist
apostle
apostilic succession
bishop
One who speaks or writes in defense of someone or something;…
The general term apostle means "one who is sent" and can be u…
The uninterrupted passing on of apostolic preaching and autho…
One who has received the fullness of the Sacrament of Holy Or…
apologist
One who speaks or writes in defense of someone or something;…
apostle
The general term apostle means "one who is sent" and can be u…
Women in the Church |Church History
Jean Donovan
Flannery O'Connor
Elaine Roulet
Sonia Sotomayor
El Salvador missionary, killed by death squad
author, apologist, died of lupus
established an organization to help children remain in contac…
father died at a young age, Latina promoting social justice,…
Jean Donovan
El Salvador missionary, killed by death squad
Flannery O'Connor
author, apologist, died of lupus
32 terms
Church History: Early Church
Simon Peter
Andrew
James the Greater
John
Fishermen, went to Rome and Jerusalem, crucified upside down
Fisherman, went to Macedonia and Byzantium, crucified on x-sh…
Fisherman, went to Jerusalem, beheaded
Fisherman, went to Ephesus, died of old age
Simon Peter
Fishermen, went to Rome and Jerusalem, crucified upside down
Andrew
Fisherman, went to Macedonia and Byzantium, crucified on x-sh…
HISTORY OF THE CHURCH
Who was the Irish missionary that went…
What church sent James McKeown?
Why did James McKeown go to Ghana?
What church did he go to when he went…
James McKeown
The Apostolic Church,Bradford, UK
To help a group of believers
Apostolic faith in Asamakese
Who was the Irish missionary that went…
James McKeown
What church sent James McKeown?
The Apostolic Church,Bradford, UK
Church History Chapter 1
Church
Two Dimensions of the Church
Four Marks of the Church
4 Marks- One
Greek-belonging to God or Latin-assembly or congregation
material-visible hierarchical and spiritual-invisible guided…
One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic
professes one faith, lead by the Pope in union with the bishops
Church
Greek-belonging to God or Latin-assembly or congregation
Two Dimensions of the Church
material-visible hierarchical and spiritual-invisible guided…
Church History
The 4 Diocese in Kansas
Purpose of the Council of Jerusalem
Gnosticism
The Church's response to Gnosticism
Wichita, Kansas City, Salina, Dodge City
Allowed gentiles ot become Christian without converting first…
Denied the Incarnation and appealed to a secret knowledge for…
collected the books of the New Testament, and wrote the 1st C…
The 4 Diocese in Kansas
Wichita, Kansas City, Salina, Dodge City
Purpose of the Council of Jerusalem
Allowed gentiles ot become Christian without converting first…
35 terms
Church History Models of the Church
*Institution definition
*Institution describes itself using
Institution emphasizes
*Institution functions/goals
a visible and palpable society lacking nothing and subordinat…
political analogies, organization
what is visible: rules, governing body, actual members, and s…
teaching- resembling a school in which the teachers hand on d…
*Institution definition
a visible and palpable society lacking nothing and subordinat…
*Institution describes itself using
political analogies, organization
74 terms
Church history and marks of the church
A statement of belief
A spiritual gift given to certain memb…
The mark of the church that is shown i…
A letter from the pope to the whole ch…
Creed
Charismatic gift
One
Encyclical
A statement of belief
Creed
A spiritual gift given to certain memb…
Charismatic gift
45 terms
Church History Smyrna Church
Ignatius of Antioch
Ignatius of Antioch
Ignatius of Antioch
Ignatius of Antioch
Bishop of the church at Antioch early in the 2nd century
Wrote 7 letters while on his way to Rome for execution under…
Argued strongly against Docetism
Taught that heresy was best combated through unity of the chu…
Ignatius of Antioch
Bishop of the church at Antioch early in the 2nd century
Ignatius of Antioch
Wrote 7 letters while on his way to Rome for execution under…
Church History Medieval Church
Fight, Pray, make Food
Lord
Vassal
Serf
The Three Orders of Feudalism
Grants fiefs (land) to vassals in exchange for military service
Provides Military service to Lord in exchange for land
Makes the cabbages - handles the agriculture of the land
Fight, Pray, make Food
The Three Orders of Feudalism
Lord
Grants fiefs (land) to vassals in exchange for military service
16 terms
Church history: marks of the church
Breaking bread and prayer
Peter
Roman Petrine Succession
Spiritual
The first disciples built their church communities around the…
Who did Jesus commission to be the leader of the apostles and…
Unbroken line of popes stating with Peter to the current pope…
The Pope or bishops of Rome, is what kind of leader to the un…
Breaking bread and prayer
The first disciples built their church communities around the…
Peter
Who did Jesus commission to be the leader of the apostles and…
28 terms
Church History
Founder of the Order of Friars Preachers
Credited with the conversion of the Ir…
His rule for monks/nuns was known for…
Founder of the Order of Friars Minor
Dominic
Patrick
Benedict
Francis of Assisi
Founder of the Order of Friars Preachers
Dominic
Credited with the conversion of the Ir…
Patrick
Church History
Grace
Incarnation
Archaeologists
Paleontologist
God's love and protection given to mankind
God's taking on the nature of man in the person of Jesus of N…
Scientist of who studies the evidence of the human past
Scientist who studies the evidence of all past life, human an…
Grace
God's love and protection given to mankind
Incarnation
God's taking on the nature of man in the person of Jesus of N…
Church History Chapter 6
Boniface
Canterbury
Glagolithic Script
Mozarabes
Latin for "doer of good", and the name given to St. Boniface,…
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
Based on the Greek alphabet, it was developed by St. Cyril to…
Spanish people who chose to live under Arab rule after the Mu…
Boniface
Latin for "doer of good", and the name given to St. Boniface,…
Canterbury
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
13 terms
History of the Church Chapter 10
Dictamen
Double Truth Theory
Gothic
"Hearing a Book"
The "Art of Composition" taught at Bologna which included rul…
Compares the value of theological tenets against philosophica…
Style of Medieval building that flourished from 1200-1500. By…
Method of teaching in the university. A teacher would read th…
Dictamen
The "Art of Composition" taught at Bologna which included rul…
Double Truth Theory
Compares the value of theological tenets against philosophica…
8 terms
History of the Church Chapter 6
Boniface (Bona Facere)
Canterbury
Glagolithic Script
Mozarabes
Latin for "doer of good" and the name given to St. Boniface,…
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
Based on the Greek alphabet, it was developed by St. Cyril to…
Spanish people who chose to live under Arab rule after the Mu…
Boniface (Bona Facere)
Latin for "doer of good" and the name given to St. Boniface,…
Canterbury
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
10 terms
History of the Church Chapter 9
Boni Viri
Concilium Permanens
Crusade
Drang Nach Osten (Urge to the East)
Latin meaning "good men," these groups of thirty or more high…
Standing council of sworn judges who assisted the judge durin…
From the Latin word crux (cross), it refers to wars of a reli…
German expansion into Eastern Europe.
Boni Viri
Latin meaning "good men," these groups of thirty or more high…
Concilium Permanens
Standing council of sworn judges who assisted the judge durin…
74 terms
Church history and marks of the church
A statement of belief
A spiritual gift given to certain memb…
The mark of the church that is shown i…
A letter from the pope to the whole ch…
Creed
Charismatic gift
One
Encyclical
A statement of belief
Creed
A spiritual gift given to certain memb…
Charismatic gift
CHURCH HISTORY- The Church
"Church" and God's call
"Church" as entire community
"Church" as local community
"Church" as parish assembly
the Church is related to " to call out," and thus refers to t…
the entire community of God's people around the world.
the local community, which is a diocese or archdiocese.
the community assembled for liturgy, especially Mass. For exa…
"Church" and God's call
the Church is related to " to call out," and thus refers to t…
"Church" as entire community
the entire community of God's people around the world.
13 terms
History of the Church Chapter 8
Age of St. Bernard
Carolingian
Cistercian
Cluny
Refers to the middle of the twelfth century during which St.…
The French dynasty of rulers descended from Charlemagne.
So-called "White Monks," after the color of their habits, thi…
City in east-central France which gave birth to monastic refo…
Age of St. Bernard
Refers to the middle of the twelfth century during which St.…
Carolingian
The French dynasty of rulers descended from Charlemagne.
13 terms
History of the Church Chapter 11
Babylonian Captivity
Black Plague
Clericis Laicos
Conciliarism
The seventy years (1305-1377) the papacy spent in Avignon und…
Known commonly as "The Black Death," this deadly epidemic bro…
Written by Pope Boniface VIII to King Philip the Fair in 1296…
Movement which supported the power of a council to appoint a…
Babylonian Captivity
The seventy years (1305-1377) the papacy spent in Avignon und…
Black Plague
Known commonly as "The Black Death," this deadly epidemic bro…
Church History
Battle at the Milvian Bridge
Edict of Milan
NICEA
Constantinople
312
313
325
381
Battle at the Milvian Bridge
312
Edict of Milan
313
Church History
One
Holy
Catholic
Apostolic
The Church exhibits visible unity to the world in Jesus Chris…
The Church is separated from the world and called to goodness
The Church is for all people in all places
The Church was founded on the primacy of Peter and is still g…
One
The Church exhibits visible unity to the world in Jesus Chris…
Holy
The Church is separated from the world and called to goodness
26 terms
Church History Chapter 4
Anathema
Apocrypha
Apostles Creed
Arianism
A ban solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and acc…
Old Testament books recognized by the Catholic and Orthodox C…
A statement of belief of the Apostles based upon the New Test…
Third and Fourth century heresy founded by the Alexandrian pr…
Anathema
A ban solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and acc…
Apocrypha
Old Testament books recognized by the Catholic and Orthodox C…
17 terms
Church History Chapter 2
Agape
Apocryphal
Apologist
Apostolic Father
Literally "love". An early Christian religious meal that was…
A work of literature with scriptural or quasi-scriptural pret…
One who writes a work in order to defend and explain the Chri…
Saintly writers of the early Church whom the Church recognize…
Agape
Literally "love". An early Christian religious meal that was…
Apocryphal
A work of literature with scriptural or quasi-scriptural pret…
34 terms
History of the Church Chapter 4
Anathema
Anomoeans
Apocrypha
Apollinarianism
A ban solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and acc…
From the Greek anhomoios, meaning "dissimilar," this sect of…
Old Testament books recognized by the Catholic and Orthodox C…
Founded by Apollinarius in the fourth century, this heresy de…
Anathema
A ban solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and acc…
Anomoeans
From the Greek anhomoios, meaning "dissimilar," this sect of…
24 terms
History of the Church Chapter 5
Allah
Cenobitical Life
Diocese
Ecumenical Patriarch
Arabic word for God.
More common form of monasticism, called the common life, that…
A territorial division of the Church,adapted from the Roman E…
Title adopted by the Patriarch of Constantinople.
Allah
Arabic word for God.
Cenobitical Life
More common form of monasticism, called the common life, that…
30 terms
Church History
Germany
Italy
Great Britain
Greece
Germania
Italia
Brittiania
Graecia
Germany
Germania
Italy
Italia
28 terms
Church History
Ascension
Heresy
Martyr
Apostolic See
Christ enters heavenly glory; he returned body and soul to Fa…
against church beliefs
die for religion
pope succeeds from Peter
Ascension
Christ enters heavenly glory; he returned body and soul to Fa…
Heresy
against church beliefs
60 terms
Church History
doctrine vs discipline
what challenges did the Church face wi…
what challenges did the Church face wi…
Monasticism
Doctrine is what we believe and it cannot be changed... Discipl…
emperors tried to overpower the power of the pope, and interf…
conversions were not sincere, were not educated on the faith,…
Foundation (Anthony, Benedict), role, and reform (Cluny).…
doctrine vs discipline
Doctrine is what we believe and it cannot be changed... Discipl…
what challenges did the Church face wi…
emperors tried to overpower the power of the pope, and interf…
71 terms
Church History
Important to study the past
Important to study Roman world
Christ gave us the Church
Christ was born into 3 cultures
To develop a complete understanding of the Catholic Church... He…
where it started
For our salvation and structure
Greek ... Roman... Jewish
Important to study the past
To develop a complete understanding of the Catholic Church... He…
Important to study Roman world
where it started
Church History
Grapevine of Jesus, Dwelling place of…
The Church as the "Body of Christ"
The building of God
Gentiles
What are the images of the Church?
What is the central and most complete image of the Church?
The Church is also called?
Term for non Jews
Grapevine of Jesus, Dwelling place of…
What are the images of the Church?
The Church as the "Body of Christ"
What is the central and most complete image of the Church?
17 terms
History of the Church Chapter 2
Agape
Apocryphal
Apologist
Apostolic Father
Literally "Love" The Agape was an early Christian religious m…
A work of literature with scriptural or quasi-scriptural pret…
Generally, one who writes a work in order to defend and expla…
Saintly writers of the early Church whom the Church recognize…
Agape
Literally "Love" The Agape was an early Christian religious m…
Apocryphal
A work of literature with scriptural or quasi-scriptural pret…
History of the Church Chapter 6
Boniface (Bona Facere)
Canterbury
Glagolithic Script
Mozarabes
Latin for "doer of good" and the name given to St. Boniface,…
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
Based on the Greek alphabet, it was developed by St. Cyril to…
Spanish people who chose to live under Arab rule after the Mu…
Boniface (Bona Facere)
Latin for "doer of good" and the name given to St. Boniface,…
Canterbury
The most important episcopal see in England in the sixth cent…
20 terms
CHURCH HISTORY
The titulus or charge against Jesus re…
The cause of death for someone who has…
The Hebrew word for Passover supper is…
The name for the olive press was the _.
INRI
asphyxiation, suffocation
seder
Gethsemanee
The titulus or charge against Jesus re…
INRI
The cause of death for someone who has…
asphyxiation, suffocation
History of the Church Chapter 3
Ad Metalla
Apostasy
Apostate
Domus Aurea
Literally means "to the mines." It refers to the punishment a…
Apostasy is the willful renunciation of the Faith in its enti…
A person who denies the Faith altogether.
Latin for "House of God." It refers to the palace that was bu…
Ad Metalla
Literally means "to the mines." It refers to the punishment a…
Apostasy
Apostasy is the willful renunciation of the Faith in its enti…
Church History Chapter 1
Apostle
Bishop
Church
Church History
Comes from the Greek meaning "to send away", refers to the tw…
A successor of the apostles who has received the fullness of…
The Body of Christ and the Temple of the Holy Spirit. Willed…
The record of the life of Jesus, the actions of men, and the…
Apostle
Comes from the Greek meaning "to send away", refers to the tw…
Bishop
A successor of the apostles who has received the fullness of…
9 terms
History of the Church Chapter 3
Ad Metalla
Apostasy
Apostate
Domus Aurea
Literally means "to the mines." It refers to the punishment a…
Apostasy is the willful renunciation of the Faith in its enti…
A person who denies the Faith altogether.
Latin for "House of God." It refers to the palace that was bu…
Ad Metalla
Literally means "to the mines." It refers to the punishment a…
Apostasy
Apostasy is the willful renunciation of the Faith in its enti…
History of the Church Chapter 1
Apostle
Bishop
Church
Church History
The word "apostle" comes from ther Greek apostolos, a form of…
A Bishop is a successor of the Apostles who has received the…
In the Scriptures, the Church is described as the Body of Chr…
The history of the Church is the record of the life of Jesus,…
Apostle
The word "apostle" comes from ther Greek apostolos, a form of…
Bishop
A Bishop is a successor of the Apostles who has received the…
13 terms
History of the Church Chapter 10
Dictamen
Double Truth Theory
Gothic
"Hearing a Book"
The "Art of Composition" taught at Bologna which included rul…
Compares the value of theological tenets against philosophica…
Style of Medieval building that flourished from 1200-1500. By…
Method of teaching in the university. A teacher would read th…
Dictamen
The "Art of Composition" taught at Bologna which included rul…
Double Truth Theory
Compares the value of theological tenets against philosophica…
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