Religion Exam 2 study guide

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Transubstantiation - doctrine by which the ‘substance’ of bread and wine is said to changed into  the ‘substance’ of Jesus’ body and blood Eucharist- Mass or lord’s supper, readings from the Old and new Testamines, act of confession of  sin, prayers of intercession, prayers of thanksgiving and praise. The heart of the eurcharist is the  rememberance and re-presentaiton of the self offering of Christ and the sharing of bread and  wine, which is the sharing of “body and blood”. Purpose is to make present the presence of the  spirit which will empower the community to serve the world in love.  Eschaton- judgement day, day at end of time when god will decry the fate of humans - final event in history of world - sense of immense of radical change - families set aside by radical implications Mortification - putting to death desires that arise from the sinful flesh, quitting habits of  disobedience against God.  “Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature.”  Colossians 3:5 Vivification – the gift of inner life with God given to those who strive to put away sin.  “Let the 
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