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Unit 1 Faith Words

Who is God?

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God's making himself known to us Divine Revelation
the forgiveness of sins and restoration of humanity's friendship with God salvation
the gift from God that enables us to believe in God, to accept all that he has revealed, and to respond with love for God and others. A theological virtue faith
the community of people who believe in Jesus Christ, have been baptized in him, and follow his teachings Church
a participation, or a sharing, in God's life and friendship grace
the written account of God's Revelation and his relationship with his people. Also referred to as Sacred Scripture or the bible, it is God's word, written by human authors under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit scripture
the special guidance that the Holy Spirit gave to the human authors of the Bible divine inspiration
the Revelation of the good news of Jesus Christ as lived out in the Church, past and present Tradition
gathering places in which people of the Jewish faith study Scripture synagogues
letters found in the New Testament to the early Christian communities about God's Revelation in Jesus epistles
the accounts of God's Revelation through Jesus Christ Gospels
the mystery of Jesus' rising from death to new life Resurrection
all the truth contained in Scripture and Tradition that Christ revealed and entrusted to the Apostles and thus to their successors, the bishops, and to the entire Church deposit of faith
the living teaching office of the Church, consisting of the pope and the bishops Magisterium
the three Divine Persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit Blessed Trinity
the sharing of the good news of Jesus Christ and the love of God with all people, in every circumstance of life evangelization
in the Bible, a solemn agreement between God and his people covenant
God's forgiveness and love mercy
God's plan for and protection of all creation providence
the truth that the Son of God, the second Person of the Blessed Trinity, became man and lived among us Incarnation
the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and Luke, which present the good news of Jesus Christ from a similar point of view synoptic Gospels
a short story with a message parable
non-Jewish Gentile
Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the most complete expression of God's word Word of God
someone who speaks on behalf of God, defends the truth and works for justice prophet
the person God planned to send to save the people from their sins. The word Messiah comes from a Hebrew word that means "Anointed One." Messiah
the day on which the Holy Spirit came to Jesus' first disciples as Jesus promised. Pentecost marks the beginning of the Church. The Christian feast of Pentecost comes fifty days after Easter and is the final Sunday of the Easter season. Pentecost
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