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DSST World Religion Notes

Roman catholics eastern orthodox lutheran

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Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, Lutheran, Presbyterian and Methodist all believe in infant baptism Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – books sacred - Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price and Doctrines and Covenants Christianity Where Jesus was from — Nazareth Paul from? Tarsus Roman Catholic vs. Eastern Orthodox 1. Papal authority – Primacy of : Authority / honor 2. icons and statues - statues/ flat (Othodox honor and kiss) 3. Celibacy – Clergy: not married/ can but before ordination Assumption of Mary- Aug: 15 / 28; Virgin Mary bodily assenting to heaven Early Christian councils? Antioch What contributed to the papacy being located in Rome – great schism That South Korea has shown the most significant growth of Christianity in recent decades Sadducee – Aristocrats with powerful positions; higher than Pharisees; denied the resurrection of the dead John Calvin – “ Institutes of the Christian Religion ”; which became the classic text of Protestant theology Gnostics - most believed that divinity existed within all human beings and that a redeemer figure would come to reconnect humanity’s divinity with its maker What was found at Nag Hammadi in 1945 — Gnostic Scriptures Pelagarius - humans were not wounded by Adam's sin and were perfectly able to fulfill the law apart from any divine aid Augustine - believed that humanity was completely helpless in Adam’s sin and in desperate need of grace Know Pelagius disagreed with Augustine on predestination. Anabaptist? the Baptists, the Mennonites and the Amish What the Abrahamic Religions are — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Identify what 1. Sunday – Sabbath 2. Advent – period before Christmas (4 Sundays prior to Christmas Eve), advent wreath 3. Epiphany. Jan 6 to commemorate the presentation of the infant Jesus to the Magi 4. pentecost - commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit upon remaining eleven of the disciples of Christ after the Resurrection of Jesus ; 50 days after Easter. Who laid the foundation for Protestant ? Martin Luther
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Hosea was the earliest Old Testament writer Why did Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire? Gentiles become Christians Parable - a succinct story, in prose or verse , which illustrates one or more instructive principles, or lessons, or a principle What books do the Church of Later Day Saints Accept? (The Book of Mormon, Doctrines and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price, Bible) Mark - narrates the Ministry of Jesus from John the Baptist 's baptism of Jesus to the Ascension of Jesus , and it concentrates particularly on the last week of his life who killed Jesus - Romans who got blamed - Jews zealot – Jewish sect for the removal of Rome from Judea A question on the purpose or result of the Second Vatican Council. - addressed relations between the Roman Catholic Church and the modern world. 4 attendees became Pope.
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