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Chapter 2 Vocabulary

Intro To Catholiscm Chapter Vocab

adoration worship and honor given to God as Creator and Sustainer of all that is
angels created beings who are pure spirits with intelligence and free will, but without bodies, who act as God's messengers
atheism the belief that there is no God
Baptism the sacrament of new life in God and of incorporation into the Church performed with water and the words, "I baptize you in the name of the father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit"; the first Sacrament of Initiation
creationism the theory that the Genesis story in the Bible is literally true, that God created the universe and everything in it in six days and out of nothing
evolution a process of continuous change from a simple form to a more complex form. As a theory of the development of life forms, evolution includes the idea, for example, that apes and humans have a common ancestor
idolatry worship of a false god
liturgy the official public prayer of the Church through which Christ continues the work of redemption through the Church's celebration of the Paschal Mystery
Matrimony a sacrament at Service of Communion, the sac that celebrates the sacred covenant between a baptized man and women who promise to be faithful to each other until death
monotheism the belief in one God only
original sin the first decision be humans to disobey God. All people (except Jesus and Mary) are born with original sin, a founded human nature that is tempted to choose wrong over right
polytheism the belief in many gods
sacrament an effective sign, established be Jesus and given to his Church, by which God shares his life through the work of the Holy Spirit
salvation God's action accomplished through Jesus of freeing people from sin and restoring them to friendship with God
stewardship the responsibility God gave humans to take care od the earth and everything in it
Ten Commandments the ten fundamental moral laws given be God to his people and recorded in the Old Testament
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