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Religion exam Chpt.

All the terms from Chapters one that was in the books

Theological virtues Three important virtues bestowed on us at baptism, which relates us to God
Creed A statement of faith
Revelation God's free self-communication
Covenant Open-ended contract of love between God and humans
Sacred tradition the living transmission of the Church's gospel message
Immanence God's intimate union with his creation
Agnostics People who claim that God's existence cannot be known
Dogma A central truth of revelation that Catholics are obligated to believe
Divine providence God's loving and watchful guidance over his creatures on their way to their final goal and perfection
Transcendence A trait of God that refers to God's total otherness and being infinitely beyond and independent creation
Deism The belief that God did not create the universe, but he takes no further interest in it
Christianity Judaism and Islam Three great monotheistic world religions
Faith The human response to divine revelation
Salvation history God's loving participation in the lives of humans
Magisterium The Christ-appointed teaching authority, which extends to the pope and bishops
Abba The Aramaic word for father, which Jesus used to address God
Original Sin The fallen state of human nature into which all generations of people are born
Atheist No God
Monotheistic one God
Polytheistic Multiple gods
Deism God with no interest in us
Agnostic God's existence can't be known
Proofs of God's existence
St. Thomas Aquinas's "proofs" 1. The unmoved mover 2.First Cause 3.Everything Comes from something 4.supreme Model 5.Grand designer
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