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Abba
A Jewish term for daddy
Agape
Christian love
Apostles
Each of the 12 disciples of Jesus
The ones who preached the gospels
Atonement
Reparation for a wrong or injury
Beatitude
Supreme blessedness
Emmanuel
The name given to Christ as the deliver of Judah prophesied by Isaiah
Means God with us
Epistle
The form of a letter written by an apostle
Eschatology
Any system of doctrines concerning last, or final, matters, as death, the Judgment, the future state, etc.
Expiation
The means by which atonement or reparation is made.
Making amends
Gethsemane
A garden east of Jerusalem, near the brook of Kedron: scene of Jesus' agony and betrayal. Matt. 26:36.
Golgotha
A hill near Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified; Calvary.
Gospel
The teachings of Jesus and the apostles; the Christian revelation.
Incarnation
The Incarnation, (sometimes lowercase) Theology. the doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is completely both God and man.
Magi
The wise men, generally assumed to be three in number, who paid homage to the infant Jesus. Matt. 2:1–12.
Messiah
The promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people.
Abba
A Jewish term for daddy
Agape
Christian love
Apostles
Each of the 12 disciples of Jesus
The ones who preached the gospels
Atonement
Reparation for a wrong or injury
Beatitude
Supreme blessedness
Emmanuel
The name given to Christ as the deliver of Judah prophesied by Isaiah
Means God with us
Epistle
The form of a letter written by an apostle
Eschatology
Any system of doctrines concerning last, or final, matters, as death, the Judgment, the future state, etc.
Expiation
The means by which atonement or reparation is made.
Making amends
Gethsemane
A garden east of Jerusalem, near the brook of Kedron: scene of Jesus' agony and betrayal. Matt. 26:36.
Golgotha
A hill near Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified; Calvary.
Gospel
The teachings of Jesus and the apostles; the Christian revelation.
Incarnation
The Incarnation, (sometimes lowercase) Theology. the doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is completely both God and man.
Magi
The wise men, generally assumed to be three in number, who paid homage to the infant Jesus. Matt. 2:1–12.
Messiah
The promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people.
New Covenant
The promises of salvation made by God to humans individually, based on divine grace rather than Mosaic Law.
A collection of books in the New Testament

Testament= disposal of the goods of the dead
Covenant= mutual contract, binding agreement between certain parties

Jesus is seen as an agent for renewal for the covenant between God and his people
Parable
A simple story illustrating a moral or religious lesson.
Pharisee
a member of a Jewish sect that flourished during the 1st century b.c. and 1st century a.d. and that differed from the Sadducees chiefly in its strict observance of religious ceremonies and practices, adherence to oral laws and traditions, and belief in an afterlife and the coming of a Messiah.
Sanhedrin
The highest judicial and ecclesiastical council of the ancient Jewish nation, composed of from 70 to 72 members.
Trinity
Also called Blessed Trinity, Holy Trinity. the union of three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Ghost) in one Godhead, or the threefold personality of the one Divine Being.
Vindication
To clear someone of all blame