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obedience of faith requires

Man’s commitment of his whole self, full submission of the will and intellect, and assenting to the truth revealed by God

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Interior help of the Holy Spirit is required in order for a person to make

an act of faith

3

How does God’s revelation point to religious truths?

They are accessible through natural human reason

4

When does the fulfillment of God’s revelation occur?

Jesus Christ

5

What is the source of all saving truth and moral teaching?

The Gospel

6

The Apostles continued the work of Christ by

preaching, by example, by observations

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What did the apostles include?

What Jesus said and did, what they learned from living with him, and what they learned from the promptings of the Holy Spirit

8

How does the Church convey the mystery of God?

through life, worship, and teaching

9

While Scripture contains much of what God reveals there is another component to the deposit of the faith. Who is charged with the task of authentically interpreting the will of God either written or handed down?

Magisterium

10

The teaching office of the Church has several roles. Which of the following is not one of the roles of the teaching office of the Church?

the teaching office is above the Word of God

11

Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the teaching office of the Church have a unique relationship. Which of the following accurately portrays the relationship?

All three work together and one can cannot stand without the others

12

Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the teaching office of the Church should be trusted as conveying the truth about the Catholic faith. What makes it possible for each to convey the truth with regard to faith and morals?

the holy spirit

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The Sacred Scriptures committed to writing. How did the revelation of God in the Scriptures occur?

through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit

14

The canon of Scripture is sacred. What parts of the Scripture are sacred and canonical?

all parts of Old and New Testaments, in their entirety

15

We have said that Sacred Scripture is ‘incarnational’. Who is the author of Sacred Scripture?

God who employs authors to convey his message using the human authors gifts and talents

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the books of Scripture teach solidly faithfully and without error that truth which God wanted put into sacred writings for the sake of salvation.

true

17

The Old Testament's sole purpose is to prepare humanity for the coming of Christ.

false- others are to announce this coming by prophecy and to indicate its meaning

18

The New Testament is hidden in the Old Testament and the Old Testament is made manifest in the New Testament.

true

19

The four Gospels contain everything Jesus said, did, and taught.

false- only as it pertained to our salvation

20

The holy Church has not always taught that the Gospels faithfully hand what Jesus really did for our salvation.

true

21

At the resurrection the apostles began preaching what Jesus really said and did for our salvation.

false- after pentecost

22

After Pentecost the Apostles immediately began composing the Gospels.

false- after oral tradition

23

The Gospel writers only include what Jesus did.

false- and said and what they learned from him and what they learned from holy spirit

24

The church has always been venerated the divine Scriptures just as she venerates the body of the Lord.

true

25

The preaching of the church is all that is needed for salvation.

false- and good works

26

The errors of divine inspiration solely over emphasize humanity's role in the writing of scripture.

false- and overemphasize divinity's role

27

Mantic inspiration means that the books of Scripture are inspired because they are canonical.

false- subsequent approbation

28

Mere assistance means that God "looked over the author's shoulder" and only corrected errors.

true

29

God dictated the Scriptures to the human authors.

false- that's the error mechanical dictation

30

The human authors used their concepts and understanding, their literary abilities, and their language in composing the Scripture.

true

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The ___ is the written record of God's revelation

Bible

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The Holy Spirit ____ the writers of the sacred books.

inspired

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Sacred Scripture teaches the _____.

truth

34

____ should be read withing the "living _____ of the whole _____".

Scripture
tradition
Church

35

The ____ sense is the meaning conveyed behind the words of Scripture and discovered by _____

literal
Exegesis

36

Literary _____ is the type of writing that has a particular form, style, or content

genre

37

the _____ sense teaches you what you should believe, that is, what the words mean in the larger context of Salvation History

allegorical

38

the ____ sense teaches you where you are going and leading you to heaven

anagogical

39

Most of the old testament was written in ___

Hebrew

40

Jesus spoke

Aramaic

41

____ completed the Latin translation of the Old and New Testament

St. Jerome

42

the ____ are Old Testament books that predate the birth of Christ.

Dead Sea Scrolls