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The Apostles' Creed

The Apostles' Creed: Chapter 1-The God of Our Ancestors

QuestionAnswer
Latin word meaning "cross" crux
crux Latin word meaning "cross"
Comes from the Latin word that means "to listen to". God wants us to be open to Him so we can listen to Him. obedience
A profession of faith or summary of beliefs. creed
Comes from the Latin word credo, which means "I believe" creed
all-powerful omnipotent
omnipotent all-powerful
all-knowing omniscient
omniscient all-knowing
The Apostles' Creed has survived for these 2-(3) reasons: It's short, simple, and direct
Our ancestors stressed these three truths about God: God is Father(parent), God is Almighty, and God is Creator
The real God question is: "Who is God to you?"
___________ have begun the most important journey of all, the journey through ____ Adolescents, life
Over the centuries, the Church has "filled in the details" about our faith that are not spelled out in the ___________. Apostles' Creed
Our ancestors in faith have developed a "map of life" for us that describes our basic _________ beliefs. religious
Besides relying on the Apostles' Creed for our map of faith, we must learn to use our ________ and _________ in making day-to -day descisions regarding how we live our lives common sense and good judgement
The __________ contains all the basic beliefs of our religion Apostles' Creed
The Apostles' Creed contains all the basic ______ of our religion beliefs
Our religious _____ is more than simply believing God exists. It means we _______ our whole self to God. faith, entrust
The most important truth about God is that he is a ______, ______ God who brought you into _________, who always remains _____ to you, and is always _________ for you. loving, caring, existence, close, concerned
The ____________ was developed by the Christian community in Rome as a summary of the preaching of the _____________. Apostles' Creed, Apostles and first disciples
The Apostles Creed was developed by the ___________ in _____ a summary of the preaching of the apostles and first disciples Christian community, Rome
When was the Apostles Creed developed? during the second century
This resulted from two Church councils: the Council of Nicea and the Council of Constantinople. The Nicene Creed
The Nicene Creed resulted from which two Church councils? The Council of Nicea and the Council of Constantinople
This was written to clarify the Church's beliefs concerning Jesus' divinity The Nicene Creed
To describe God as _________, is to recognize that God is all-knowing and all-powerful almighty
To describe God as "almighty" is to recognize that God is ____________. all-knowing and all-powerful
The question "Who is your God?" is central to determining one's beliefs about what is _________ right and wrong
The question ________ is central to determining one's beliefs about what is right and wrong. "Who is your God?"
Created by: KLS