Religion Test 3 - Religion Test 3 2009-04-07 Early Jesus...

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Religion Test 3 19:32 Early Jesus Movements Cannibalism Christians were taking in exposed children—eating them o Infanticide Orgiastic rituals o Emphasis on love o LOVE everybody Apologists o Answer the charge in an ignorant underclass religion o Origen 185-254 watched father being dragged into the coliseum for martyrdom held back by family so he wouldn’t follow father into too many Christians not enough lions addicted to text (he was a reader) provokes one of the first sex scandals teaches females to read bible never can be properly understood by a woman castrates himself so everyone knows what he does is genuine can this possibly be fair that people are lucky or unfortunate?
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this can not be fair  all souls must be totally equal at the beginning  god gave each human soul freedom misused gifts given by god thus having their soul suffer reincarnation--- ish  influence of stocism all souls toward salvation universal salvation Christology If Christ is divine. Then there was no human sacrifice 1 st  Q how does the son god relate to the father god separate asks from grace and mercy from the father how many gods are there? how does the human relate to the divine Tertullian God is like a tree with roots and a trunk from which grows branches  and leaves. God is water that goes into the ocean Parts of whole but only one tree Arius Christ was created in time 
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Subordinate to father Athenasious Christ was begotten We are begotten from parents Council at Nicaea 325  discuss trinity begotten athenacious wins nicane creed iota- Eota*  of the same type of substance the exact same substance homoousios- same type reconvene at Constantinople in 381 homoiduseus cappadocians Gregory og nessa  Gregory and phillip of naseanthus Always act in harmony 3 does = 1 Thomas Aquinas
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Most important theologian in the Catholic church 1225 – born dies at the age of 49 (1274)
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course ANTH 1102 taught by Professor Gonzalez during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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