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Two Kinds of Righteousness

Active and Passive Righteousness

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vertical and horizontal relationships

vertical Relationships-we are God children, we are always dependent on him, recipients of His love, that he is always love us. (1 John 4:7-12)
horizontal relationships-it is the relationships that we have with creatures of God, like this is between friends. This is that we are having the relationships who God has plan with us. We need to show our love to others.

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What is Vertical Relationship

we are God children, we are always dependent on him, recipients of His love, that he is always love us. (1 John 4:7-12)

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What is Horizontal Relationship?

it is the relationships that we have with creatures of God, like this is between friends. This is that we are having the relationships who God has plan with us. We need to show our love to others.

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Gospel and their uses and functions in ministry

The gospel function is that we are sinners and that we should be in hell but with the gift of grace and the Gospel we are saved.

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Law use and function in ministry

The function is being a curb, mirror and guide . To keep us in check, show us what sinners we are and to guide us in the way of Christ and in the faith.

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Why is the Law and Gospel Important?

The law and gospel are important to keep us in check in the law and that we are following in the life of Christ. The gospel is important due to the fact that we are sinners and we need to be saved.

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What makes the Gospel such a big deal?

The gospels are a big deal due to the fact that the Gospel saves us from our sins.

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Two definitions of Faith

can refer to the object of our trust-what we believe in

Also refers to the human act of believing, or trusting, of placing our confidence in and depending on someone of something.

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What is hidden God

that God can be measured beyond more then we can think, that he is everywhere

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What is revealed God

When God is Revealed to us. That you see him in our daily life

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how God wishes to be known

God wants to be known as our Father, that He is in Charge of everything.

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image of God

God created us in his image that he knows that we are part of His family. That it meant that we are human holiness, that we are insisted that it is the human ability to reason and , decisions elements of human nature that such people have usually defined as central to our humility

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The name “Yahweh,”

means "The Lord" that it tells us that God came in human flesh and that the expected rescuer.

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Natural revelation and the sources of it

That understanding there is God shown in many different places. That one of the ways that we see God is in the nature that is around us.

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what do we know about God outside the Bible;

From outside the bible we know about God is that he Lived on earth, died, that he created the earth

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special revelation

That when you are finding the voice of God in what you are reading and that you feel that you are called to the faith like in John 1:14

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the limits of natural revelation

That we are not going see God with our eyes but we know that he is here.

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Arius and the Nicene Creed

That there is the three persons in one substance

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Adoptionism (dynamic Monarchianism),

That God adopted a son and gave him powers

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modalism (modalistic Monarchianism),

three different moods but one person

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subordinationism

claiming that Christ was a subdeity

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the unique aspects of the persons of the Trinity

Father-the creator , the father
Son-came to save, Jesus
Holy Spirit- lives inside of each of us

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the unity of the persons in being and acts

That the three trinity is three persons in one substance, that they act together sometimes and act alone sometimes

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metaphors of the Trinity

That they are three different parts but they are all one together and that they can be all together at the same time. Like an apple or like an egg

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Be prepared to show what heresies certain metaphors

Water, It can not be liquid, gas and frozen at the same time, so it can not be in the trinity

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Be prepared with Bible texts to show unity of the Trinity

2 Corinthians 13:14
Matthew 28:19
Luke 3:21-22

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why Jesus and the Spirit are truly God with the Father

That they are three persons in one substance, that they are all with The Father in creation and are with him always

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distinction

a difference or contrast between similar things or people.

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deism

that there is a God but has lost intreast to one extent or another in his creation.

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pantheism

it denies that God and creation are fundamentally distinct and different.

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Gnosticism

taught a dualism between spirit and matter.

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transcendence

existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level.

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immanence

refers to those philosophical and metaphysical theories of divine presence in which the divine encompasses or is manifested in the material world

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creation ex nihilo

the creation that is out of nothing

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Gen. 1 and 2

The creation story

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providence

the protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power.

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masks of God

the different views that are shown of the God, the Creator, the Law and law pushing God, the forgiving God.

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some problems with evolution

That there has to be something bigger that had this idea, that this can not just come out of nothing. There has to be something .

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theodicy and how the Bible responds to evil

That evil is not good, that we should stay away from it. That there is evil beacuse we have sinned.

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Vocation


a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation.

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understanding of vocation for Christians and non-Christians

The understanding that for Chrsitians it is our vocation to go spread the news and for non chrsitians it is near work

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the four areas of responsibility in human community

politics, family, work and society, and church

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Is there freedom to choose a vocation?

No, God places us in the vocation that we should be placed into

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What vocations are God-pleasing?

God-Pleasing Vocations are ones that are following the path that God wants us in.

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How does vocation fit into the Biblical understanding of the Christian life

That we have a vocation that is in Christian life to go spread the news and that we have a vocation that we have to fit into

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How does vocation relate to the kind of persons we are called to be?

That our vocation relates to the kind of person we are due to the fact that we are called to be the people of Christ.

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Body and soul

Body- That our body is in the image of God. That we know are body is a creation of God. God says that our Body is good.

Soul- it makes us alive. That we have the power and the ability to feel. That our soul will go to heaven

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trust

we trust in God that He is God. We alos have the trust that binds us to God be in realationshop to God as well

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dominion

the relationship of human creatures to the rest of creation

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image of God

God created us in his image that he knows that we are part of His family. That it meanst that we are human holiness, that we are insisted that it is the human ability to reason and , decisions elements of human nature that such people have usually defined as central to our humility.

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, human freedom before and after the fall (bound choice)

Before the fall humans could do almost everything, after the fall there is not much freedom that we can do.

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distinction from angels (and what angels are)

angels are made in the image of God, They were never humans. There is good angels and there is bad angels.

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in what sense is the fall an upward fall?,

That we tried to fall upward to God. That we are trying to become like him.

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original sin

the broken relationship between man and God is the origin and root of all sin.

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concupiscence

strong sexual desire; lust.

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how the fall changed humanity and creation in fundamental ways

The fall has changed humanity and creation in fundamental ways due to the fact that there is sin in our life that we have caused.

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Bible passages on sin

Romans 3:23
Judges 8:31-35

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the spiritual state of fallen humanity

That our spiritual state of us is that we are sinners and should go to hell, but we are saved by the grace of God.

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doubt and sin

doubt that in Christ will save us
Sin that we do not believe in Chirst

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What the law demands (think of Jesus and his wording of the law)

The law demands that we are meant to be following the law. The law demands us to have a life according to God.

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broad and narrow understandings of the law

But in a narrow sense, sanctification can be seen as in terms of thanksgiving to God for all His gifts and good works towards our neighbour.
Broad sense that the Lord forgives us

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the three uses/functions of the law

Curb- to keep us in line
Guide- to show us the path
Mirror- To show us ourselves

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what the law intends to do and what it does not do

The law intends to show us how we are meant to live, the law is not meant to condemn us.

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conscience

the channel through which God's law speaks

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effects of the law (without the Gospel),

That we are sinners and we go to hell

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legalism

that the law is depend on moral law and not spiritual

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antinomianism

That understanding that Faith alone can save but we need salvation

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God’s jealousy (wrath)

That God is jealousy that we are sinners and that we are He is jealousy of us loving other things

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summary of the law

The Law is showing us our that we are sinners and that we should go to hell

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What is Active and passive righteousness?

(also called proper and alien righteousness) are the two kinds of Christian righteousness, which is a central distinction of Lutheranism. Kolb hints at it in chapter one in the two kinds of relationships (vertical and horizontal). Before God, we are right only passively as God makes us promises, gives us faith, and brings us to salvation totally apart from our works. This is called passive or alien righteousness. This passive righteousness is the only way in which we are right with God. This is not because we do anything but purely by works. At the same time, this passive righteousness leads into a life lived according to God’s will. We live out our faith actively through the power of the Holy Spirit in us. This is called active or proper righteousness. This is not how we are justified before God nor how we “get to heaven” but it is our response to God’s work in us. It is how we live in relationship to other people, and called to follow God’s commands. Active righteousness is thus the fruit of which passive righteousness is the tree.

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Marriage and sexuality

s this a good gift of God the Creator or is this only because of sin? Sexuality is a good gift of God, which we use according to God’s command only in committed marriage relationships between men and women

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Creatureliness

is a good thing. We need to learn to be creatures of the Creator.