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J.T. 4.1 SQ 128-136

Unit 4.1 Study Questions covering material from p.128-136

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What message do we share when we share the good news? The good news is a message of liberation (freedom from the snare of sin and death) and therefore it is a message of truth.
What are two things that go hand in hand with our sharing the good news? 1. A relationship with God 2. An understanding of reality. We are called to share and live the good news in such a way that those who meet us are aware of God's presence and gain a clearer understanding of truth.
Why don't Catholic believe in a literal interpretation of Scripture? Scripture must be properly interpreted by the Church. If the Scripture is read literally and we fail to recognize the changes which have occurred between biblical times and our own, we may confuse the message of God with teh culture of biblical times.
What message do we share when we share the good news? The good news is a message of liberation (freedom from the snare of sin and death) and therefore it is a message of truth.
What are two things that go hand in hand with our sharing the good news? 1. A relationship with God 2. An understanding of reality We are called to share and live the good news in such a way that those who meet us are award of God's presence and gain a clearer understanding of truth.
Why don't Catholic believe in a literal interpretation of Scripture? Scripture must be properly interpreted by the Church. If the Scripture is read literally and we fail to recognize the changes which have occurred between biblical times and our own, we may confuse the message of God with the culture of biblical times.
What qualifications go with the statement "Catholics believe that Scripture is inerrant"? Scripture is inerrant because it is the word of God, but it is the word of God expressed in human terms.
What does it mean to say the Catholicism is a faith of "the living Word of God"? Catholicism is not a faith "of the book." Rather, Catholicism is the totality of faith of Catholics from every generation.
What is the relationship between the community of faith and the Bible? The community of the Church has been an integral part of the Scriptures since the beginning. the Bible came from the 1st Christian community. An important point to remember is that the Church preceded the Bible.
Why are there four gospels in the Bible and not just one? The different styles and emphases of the four gospels reflect the different natures of the groups for whom they were written. The very fact that we have 4 gospels indicates that God enters into a dialogue with the Christian community.
Briefly summarize the Marcion controversy Marcion: a heretic who established his own church with bishops, doctrine, and scriptures. During the controversy: no approved list of scriptures. The controversy: led the Church to establish criteria for naming which books belong to Sacred Scripture
What criteria were used to determine the Christian canon? 1. Apostolic authorship 2. Orthodox content 3. Catholicity
What does the Tradition of the Church refer to? All the ways the Church passes on our understanding: creeds, doctrines, governmental structure, liturgies and patterns of prayer, and service. These make our faith apostolic and create continuity between the apostles' and our own understanding of Jesus.
Created by: Angela Glaser
 

 



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