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Theo I Test 1

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Atheist someone who does not believe there is a God
Deposit of Faith A gift from God for the world to know about him, it has 2 parts 1) Sacred Tradition and 2) Sacred Scripture, these two were given to the Magisterium to teach and to keep safe.
Covenant a binding promise between God and humankind in which God pledges enduring love and asks for our love in return
Divine Revelation God’s free gift of self-communication that helps us understand God’s plan for us (God shows Himself to us)
Salvation History the account of God’s saving actions and interventions within human history
Virtue an inclination and habitual preference for the good (a good habit)
Magisterium the teaching authority of the Church (the Pope and bishops with him)
Sacred Scripture the written record of Divine Revelation, the Bible.
St. Peter first among the Apostles, first Pope, the “Rock” upon whom Christ founded the Church
Sacred Tradition the handing down of the teachings from Jesus of the Catholic faith throughout time
Agnostic someone who believes you cannot know whether or not God exists
Yahweh the name God revealed to Moses: “I AM WHO I AM”
Theological Virtues Faith, Hope, Love
Catholic means universal, God's universal Church
Faith Knowledge of God, of his unseen truth, trust in him anyway.
4 Marks of the Church One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic
Apostolic succession The 12 Apostles picked men to take up their jobs when they died in order to keep Jesus' teachings alive and to spread them to the world.
Pentecost An event, where the Holy Spirit came down upon the Apostles, to be with them always.
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