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Peyton, Kelsey, and Liz

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What is Christianity? Christianity is the life and salvation God has given us through Jesus Christ.
Where is God’s truth about our savior Jesus Christ known? In the Bible: the Old Testament, which promises the coming Savior, and the New Testament, which tells of the Savior who has come.
What is the difference between Law, and Gospel? Part A The law teaches what we are to do and not to do; the Gospel teaches what God has done, and still does for our salvation.
What is the difference between Law, and Gospel? Part B The Law shows us our sin and the wrath of God; the Gospel shows us our Savior and the grace of God.
What is the difference between Law, and Gospel? Part C The Law must be proclaimed to all people, but especially to impenitent sinners; the Gospel must be proclaimed to sinners who are troubled in their minds because of their sins.
How did God give His Law? When God created people, He wrote the Law on their hearts., Later He arranged the Law in Ten Commandments, wrote it on two tables of stone, and made it known through Moses.
What is the summary of the commandments? Matt 22:37,39 "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. And.... Love your neighbor as yourself."
How carefully does God want us to keep His commandments? God wants us to keep His commandments perfectly in thoughts, desires, words, and deeds.
What is meant by " I believe in God"? It means I trust God and His promises and accept as true all He teaches in the Holy Scriptures.
Who is the only true God? The only true God is the triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, three distinct persons in one divine being. (the Holy Trinity)
Who is Jesus Christ? Jesus Christ is " true God, begotten of the Father from eternity, and also true man, born of the Virgin Mary."
Why was is necessary for our Savior to be true man? Part A To act in our place under the Law and fulfill it for us.
Why was is necessary for our Savior to be true man? Part B
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