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THL 270 Test 2 Study Guide You will write the Second Test on Wednesday, March 19, 2008. The material for the test is taken from classes 9-15, using the ECT questions (6,3,5,7) . The major topics were 1. Jesus’ identity and mission, 2. his teachings, 3. Reconciliation/Sacrament of the Sick, 4. Matrimony, and 5. Holy Orders. I. True or False? Write “T” or “F” in the space provided depending on whether you think the statement is true or false according to the Wilken text and lectures. II. Multiple Choice: Write the appropriate letter in the space provided. III. Identifications: Identify the following terms briefly. From this list I will choose ten (10 from which you choose five (5) to answer : 1. Kenosis: - is the concept of the 'self-emptying' of one's own will and becoming entirely receptive to God and his perfect will. 2. Viaticum: “food for the Pilgrim way”. The last communion – receive as close to death as possible. Offers those who are about to leave this life the Eucharist. Received at the moment of “passing over” to the father. “He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life and I will raise him up at the last day” 3. exitus-reditus: Exitus , a going out from God, and a Reditus , a return to God. Used to explain the whole scope of salvation history by medieval Christians like Thomas Aquinas- God is the motive and the goal 4. Homoiousion:
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