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One who protects from present or future danger

Savior

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One who offers sacrafice; a mediator between God and humankind

Priest (sacrifice)

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A title that means "anointed one"

Christ

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Means teacher

Rabbi

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A title identifying Jesus with Yahweh God

Lord

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One who predicts the future and speaks for God

Prophet

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Right teaching

Orthodoxis

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A heresy denying Christ's divinity

Arianism

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The branch of Christian theology that studies the nature, Person, and work of Jesus Christ

Christology

10

What three questions does Christology address?

- Who is Jesus?
- How can he both be human and divine?
- What does it mean to call him the Son of God?

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A title of Mary that means "God-Bearer"

Theotokos

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The teaching authority of the Church

Magisterium

13

What are the five titles of Jesus?

Emmanuel
Word of God
Son of Man
Son of God
I Am

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What does the title "Emmanuel" mean?

God with us

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Jesus is the divine Logos, the life-giving Word spoken from the beginning --

The Word of God

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Refers to the one who will come in glory to usher in God's Kingdom --

Son of Man

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A title that speaks about the place or role of Jesus in the Blessed Trinity --

Son of God

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The name God reveals to Moses --

I Am (YHWH)

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A title the Magi gave to Jesus and one for which he was condemned

King

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First and last letters of the Greek alphabet; indicated that Jesus is the beginning and the end

Alpha and Olmega

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First letter of the Latin inscription placed on the cross; stood for "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews

inri

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First two letters of the Greek word for Christ; identifies Jesus as the Messiah

Chi-Rho

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Jesus is seen as the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world; identifies with the Pascal Lamb

Lamb

24

A symbol of salvation and freedom for the Israelites

Pascal Lamb

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The Greek word "Ichthus" means "fish"; an acronym for the first letters of the creedal phrase "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior"

Fish

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Bishops, theologians, teachers and scholars who writings have greatly contributed to Church doctrine and practice

Fathers of the Church (Church Fathers)

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An obstinate denial of a truth to be believed

Heresy

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Who are the four Church Fathers?

-St. Irenaeus
-St. Athanasius
-St. Cyril of Alexandria
-St. Leo the Great

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A heresy that declared that Jesus only seemed to be human

Docetism

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Who fought against Docetism?

St. Irenaeus

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Who fought against Arianism?

St. Athanasius

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A title given to St. Athanasius because he so courageously battled the heresy of Arianism and so badly defended the Council of Nicaea's teaching that Christ was truly divine--

"Father of Orthodoxy"

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A heresy that taught that Christ exists as two persons- the man Jesus and the divine Jesus

Nestorianism

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A heresy that declared that Jesus had only one nature- a human nature

Monophysitism

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Who fought against Monophysitism?

St. Leo the Great

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What are the three important dogmatic teachings about Jesus from the ecumenical council?

-Jesus is consubstantial with the Father
-Mary is truly the Mother of God
-Jesus is one divine Person with two natures

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First and last letters of the Greek alphabet; indicated the Jesus was the beginning and the end of history

Alpha and Omega

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First letters of the Latin inscription placed on the cross

INRI

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What does IRNI stand for?

"Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews"

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First two letters for the Greek word for Christ; identifies Jesus as the Messiah

Chi-Rho

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The Greek word Ichthus

Fish

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An acronym for the first letters of the creedal phrase--

"Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior"

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The first three letters of Jesus' name in Greek

IHS

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Something that points behind itself to something else

Symbol

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What heresy was the Nicene Creed originally formulated to address?

Arianism

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What does the Nicene Creed focus on?

The belief about Jesus, the Blessed Trinity, and the Catholic Church