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Conscience A persons sense of right or wrong, based on faith and knowledge
Theological Values Faith, hope and love
Moral Know what is right and wrong, and chose to do what is right
Immoral Know what is right, but still chose to do the wrong thing
Ammoral Isn't moral or immoral
New Testament Second part of the bible. 4 gospels
Old Testament First part of the bible. Writings and gospels
The Synoptic Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
What is a gospel? The record of Christ's life and teaching in the first four books of the New Testament
Who was Jesus? The central figure of Christianity. Lived in Nazareth and died in Jerusalem.
Why did God send Jesus to earth? To teach people about the way of God. To bring peace to the earth.
What does the Gospel of Luke say about Jesus? Jesus is a saviour for all.
Gospel Formation Step 1 The life, death and ministry of Jesus
Gospel Formation Step 2 Post-resurrectional preaching of the 12 Apostles.
Gospel Formation Step 3 The writing of the Gospels by the evangelists.
B.C stands for? Before Christ
C.E stands for? Common Era
What does Caritas aim to do? To help people regardless of ethnicity, religion or beliefs.
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