theo 131_ - CTT, 300-02 1. Why was the Council of Trent...

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CTT, 300-02 1. Why was the Council of Trent seen as necessary by Catholics? 2. Why was the Council of Trent delayed? 3. What was the position of the Council of Trent on justification? 4. According to the Council, was our nature utterly destroyed by the Fall? 5. How many sacraments are there, according to the Council of Trent? 6. What are sacramentals? 7. What is the Vulgate? R, 110-23 1. What kind of rules of conduct for the delegates to the Council are set down in session 2 (111)? 2. In what two sources are the "truth and rule" of the gospel contained, according to session 4? 3. Does session 5 acknowledge the reality of original sin? 4. Can humans be justified by nature and law (113)? 5. Can humans reject the movement of grace (114)? 6. Is eternal life a reward for one's good works and merits (115)? 7. Is baptism optional (116)? 8. What is transubstantiation? 9. Does the Council abolish all indulgences (120)? 10. Does the Council think the mass should be in the vernacular (121)?
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