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Logos
greek word meaning "word"
Samaria
half-breeds
Hellenized
make Greek
Hannah
prefigures Mary's preficate
Beatitudes
beautiful attitude
Qumran
Dead Sea scrolls
Diaspora
people who didn't live near Jerusalem
Incarnation
God becomes human
Apostle
one who is sent
Judea
contains Jerusalem
Sadducees
didn't believe in life after death
Herod the Great
King at the time of Jesus
Disciple
one who sits at the feet of
Kingdom of God
never mentioned in Matthew
Hypostatic Union
Jesus is 100% human and divine
Galilee
Jesus grew up here
Yahweh
I am who I am
Stephen
1st martyr
Bethlehem
House of Bread
Parables
stories told by Jesus
Martyr
witness
Magnificat
prayer Mary says after Gabrieller, prefigured by Hannah
Jesus uses many signs and symbols in this Gospel
John
This Gospel uses the Greek word trog, which means to gnaw or chew, in reference to the Eucharist.
John
This Gospel contains many contrasts between opposing ideas or good vs. evil.
John
This Gospel tells of the Angel's visit to the Virgin Mary
Luke
This Gospel has also been called the Gospel of Prayer because it alone records taht Our Lord prayed on six distinct occasions
John
This Gospel contains the Bread of Life discourse.
John
Three types of miracles
Healing, Command over the forces of nature, and bringing the dead back to life
John 3:16
For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him might not perish but might have eternal life
Pharisees
a Jewish group whose main focus was keeping the Jews faithful to the Law
Evidence of Resurrection
empty tomb, women witnesses it is proclaimed immemdiately, and the conversion of Paul
Miracles are called by Mt, Mk, Luke
deeds
Miracles are called by John
signs
The only sin God can't forgive
the one you don't ask for
which book is the most accurate historical book
Acts
Conversion
sin then about face to God
Obedience doesn't require understanding
True
other early christian sources, besides scripture
pliny the younger
josephus
tacitus
what year were christians banned rom worshipping in synagogue
70 AD
Covenant making
1-make an oath
2-kill the animal
3-eat the meal
Jesus' first miracle is
Wedding at Cana
What day did Jews celebrate their faith
saturday
Synoptic
seen with the same eye
Jesus fulfills the passover _________.
lamb
Beatitudes reject 10 commandments?
False
Books in Protestant Bible
66
Books in Catholic Bible
73
Where did christians celebrate the Eucharist?
in their homes
conversion
understanding God's love and mercy
Where was St. Paul born
Tarsus
Who was St. Paul named after
Saul
What did St. Paul do
tentmaker
messianic mystery
the fact that Jesus, though Son of God, would have to suffer, die, and then be raised in glory
Q source
a hypothetical source believed to consist mainly of the sayings of Jesus.
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Adam by
Jesus was the only-begotten Son of God, Jesus was tempted by the devil but resisted, and Jesus restores our place in paradise.
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Noah by
Our new creatoin begins with nothing but water, and God's Spirit comes to us with the water.
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Abraham by
The promise of universal blessing was fulfilled in Jesus Christ, and By faith in Christ, we all become heirs of the promise to Abraham
Jesus fulfills the covenant with Moses by
Born in the reign of the ruthless Herod, exiled in Egypt before his ministry, and tested in the wilderness for 40 days.
Jesus fulfills the covenant with David by
descended from David, Lord of all the nations, and rebuilds the temple of his body.
What is the sixth covenant Jesus Christ fulfills
the covenant with the Passover Lamb