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Chapter 4 Vocal

TermDefinition
anthropomorphic A literary device in which human emotional qualities (e.g., sadness, anger) and physical traits (e.g., eyes) are attributed to God.
Elohim A common Semitic word for God used in the Bible. Elohim appears in Hebrew names like Mich-a-EL, Dan-i-EL, and Ari-EL.
Enuma Elish The Babylonian creation myth.
Incarnation The dogma that God’s eter- nal Son assumed a human nature and became man in order to save us from our sins. (The term liter- ally means “taking on hu- man flesh.”) Jesus Christ, the Second Person of the Trinity, is both true God and true man.
concupiscence An inclination to commit sin that arises from our hu- man desires or appetites. It is one of the temporal consequences of Original Sin, even after receiving the Sacrament of Baptism.
prehistory A period of time that refers to events or objects that date before the written record existed.
Twelve Tribes of Israel The name for the descen- dants of the twelve sons of Jacob (Israel). See Exodus 1:2–5, Numbers 1:20–43, or 1 Chronicles 1: 1–2.
theophany An appearance or manifes- tation of God, as when he “appeared” to Moses in a burning bush.
tabernacle The portable sanctuary in which the Jews carried the Ark of the Covenant throughout their travels in the desert.
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