theo 134 - 12. Does the Old Testament contain some things...

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Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei Verbum) 1. What is the relationship of words and deeds in the plan of revelation (4)? 2. How does Jesus perfect revelation (4-5)? 3. Whom did Christ commission to preach the Gospel and hand it down to future generations (6)? 4. Whom did the Apostles leave as their successors (6)? 5. Does the tradition develop and grow over time (7)? 6. What two things flow "from the same divine wellspring," according to the document (8)? 7. To whom has been entrusted the "task of authentically interpreting the word of God" (8)? 8. What role did the human authors of Scripture have in writing their books (9)? 9. Do the Scriptures contain errors in the truths that pertain to salvation (9-10)? 10. How do we discern the true meanings of Scripture (10-11)? 11. What is the principal purpose to which the plan of the old covenant was directed (12)?
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Does the Old Testament contain some things which are incomplete and temporary (12)? 13. Why should the preaching of the Church be nourished by the Scriptures (15)? 1. Jesus perfected revelation fulfilling through while work of making Himself present and manifesting Himself: through His words and deeds 2. Perfected revelation through His words and deeds, His signs and wonders, but especially through His death and glorious resurrection from the dead and final sending of the Spirit of truth 3. The Apostles 4. Bishops 5. yes 6. Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture 7. The living teaching office of the Church 8. 9. no 10. 11. To prepare for the coming of Christ, to announce this coming by prophecy and to indicate its meaning through various types 12. yes 13....
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