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Religion Quiz

First quiz of 2nd quarter. "Ew, gross!" 11/07/05

Messiah means Anointed One
Christ means Anointed One (yeah, Molly's smart)
parables provide us with a religious or moral lesson about the K.O.G. (kingdom of god, silly)
Parables were taken from the circumstances in the everyday lives of Jesus' audiences
Parables reveal truths to believers and conceal truths from nonbelievers
Parables have.. suprise endings (PLOT TWISTS! :D)
Parables present listeners with a challenge to respond to the word of God
An example of a Parable may be The Two Sons, The Laborers in the Vineyards, The Net, The Pearl of Great Value, The Ten Virgins, The Talents, The Good Samaritan, The Prodigal Son, The Lost Coin, The Pharisee and the Tax Collector, etc.
Nationalism (for a Jew) is the belief that "loving your neighbor" refers only to your Jewish neighbor
legalism is an overemphasis of rules and regulations
Kepa/Kephas/Petros means Peter = ROCK! (remember it like "rock on", i guess, if you have trouble)
Transfiguration a manifestation of the divine glory of Christ to the Apostles Peter, James, & John
The Corporal Works of Mercy are: Feed the hungry, Give drink to the thirsty, Shelter to the homeless, Clothe the naked, Visit the sick, Visit the imprisoned, and Bury the dead.
Ruah means spirit; wind or breath of God
What do the "I am" statements tend to convey? the divinity of Jesus, that he is the son of God
In what Gospel is the "I am" statements found? John
Be familiar with these passages: Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus, with the Samaritan Woman at the Well, and the Woman caught in Adultery (John 3; John 4; John 8)
Review the other passages Matthew 25:31-46, Luke 15, Luke 10:29-36
Transfiguration is how we see the presence of The Trinity and the identification of the two Old Testament figures.
Two reasons for the Transfiguration are 1) Christ wanted to bolster the faith of his disciples prior to his eath and Ressurection. 2) Confirm his divinity - he is God's son
how many times did Jesus predict his suffering, death, and Resurrection? 3 (thanks jarrod laverty-Carbuckle)
Jesus promised Peter that he would build his Church upon the rock and he gave Peter the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven
3 Examples of Leadership Roles that Peter had were he proposed the election of a succesor to Judas in the Twelve, he was the spokesman of the disciples at Pentecost and thereafter, and he shared the healing power of Jesus with others
Created by: villanova