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religion -1 2

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act of faith supernatural assent of the intellect through which a truth revealed by God is believed on the authority of God who reveals it
covenant solemn agreement between people or between God and man involving mutual commitments and guarantees
divine modifier indicting something that refers or pertains to God
faith theological virtue by which one believes all that God has said and revealed to man. Church proposes for belief
magisterium name given to the universal teaching authority of the church,through the interpretation of sacred scripture and Tradition
miracle sign, wonder, or event that transcends the laws of nature and can be attributed to divine power. Miracles of Jesus were messianic signs of the presence of God's kingdom.
motives of credibility 4 signs and evidence that certain affirmations are made by God(or those chosen to speak for him which are passed along to us without error)
motive of faith the reason why a person comes to believe in God
object of faith content of true Christian faith and belief; God himself; and all the natural truths revealed by God
original sin "man, tempted by the devil disobeyed God's command" Adam and Eve lost the grace of original holiness
prophecy something that is said in the name of God
prophet a person who talks to man in the name of God, often to announce future events
revelation/divine revelation/supernatural revelation God's communication of himself and his divine plan, by deeds and words.EX: sending his only son Jesus Christ REVELATION ALSO REFERS TO THE NEW TESTAMENT BOOK
word of God God's speech to man refers to sacred scripture and Jesus Christ. "Christ, the son of God made man, is the father's one, perfect, and unsurpassable word."
Created by: Charles Sanchez Charles Sanchez on 2011-09-27



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