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Religion Final Exam Review Mysterion Greek Mystery or sacrament Mysterium Latin The invisible parts of the sacraments Sacramentum Latin The visible parts of the sacraments The physical part J the physical part of the sacrament Baptism water Eucharist bread and wine Fog the words The verbal part of the sacrament Baptism I baptize you in the name of the Father Superstition does not have mysterium sacraments and superstition both have sacramentum but only sacraments have mysterium Sacramental economy our relationship with god God loves us and gives us unconditional love in the sacraments which we can accept or reject Opus operantum what God does Opus operantis what we do Kenosis an emptying Christ empties himself on the cross for us God empties himself for us in the sacraments giving us love Imminent God present right here and now Incarnation Transcendent present above and around us God in heaven Catholic church has never believed in limbo Church actually had to write a document saying we don t believe in Limbo Edict of Milan Rome embraces Christianity Augustine first real theologian Compared Christianity to Plato Anselm Ontological proofs for God Atonement theory Man owes God a debt only God can pay so a God Man must pay the debt Aguinas 5 empirical proofs for God Reason and logic could lead a person to faith Rahner 19041984 grace is everywhere Merton1915 1968 alive before and after Vatican II Trappist monk Embraced Buddhist meditation as a Way to become closer to God Just War Doctrine Original was written by Augustine during wartime in the 300s AD when it was first legal to be a Christian The main ideas are still used today it has not been changed much since it was written Most Catholics embrace it although you can choose to be a pacifist as a catholic Vatican Council II spoke of the signs of the times Dualism splitting of body and soul church rejects this Intrinsic evil always evil Never okay Abortion Double effect Collateral damage Unintended and undesired outcome that is not the means or the ends child dies when you save the mother You do not have to go to extraordinary means The ends do not justify the means Ends goal Means method Justify to make right Cursillo movement started in Europe Still active today in the form of Kairos retreats If you have an authentic relationship with yourself it will lead to an authentic relationship with God If you have an authentic relationship with others it will lead to an authentic relationship with God And if you have an authentic relationship with God it will force you to have an authentic relationship with others and yourself Divine filiation divine adoption Becoming a child of god a brother of Christ becoming part of God s family List of rules adopted by the church at an ecumenical council is called a canon Magisterium teaching authority of the church institution narrative when the priest repeats the words of Jesus at the last supper Kerygmatic theology science of theology which stresses the functional use of sacred doctrine in preaching Theology of change Kerygmatic proclamation of religious truths Doxology expression of praise to God List of beliefs in hymns or prayers Roman catechism 1 real catechism of the Catholic church Written to explain doctrine and to improve theological understanding Today s format is based on its simple format just updated Written in Latin Anglicans Orthodox and Lutheran all believe in all the sacraments and practice them in almost the same way we do Council of Trent on different sacraments they are used to save us and usher us into the spiritual life and to help us grow in our relationship with God Baptism of children is valid Sacrosanctum councilium constitution of the sacred liturgy Anselm s atonement theory attempts to explain why Jesus came to earth and why he had to suffer and die before God would forgive our sins Man owes God a debt only God can pay so a God Man must pay the debt Humanism you value only that which you can experience as a human Secular humanist I don t experience God so therefore he doesn t exist Theistic humanist believes in God based on their human experiences Rahner Fundamentalism one religion Secularism no religion in public affairs Commutative justice those actions which involve the rights between one individual and another individual Calls for fundamental fairness in agreements and exchanges social justice justice within a society particularly as it is applied to and among the various social classes of a society Persons have an obligation to be active and productive participants in the life of society Christ is the sacramentum of God s mysterium Church is the sacramentum of Christ s mysterium The beatitudes were given on the Sermon on the Mount Relationship between IVF and natural law natural law says it s wrong to kill all the embryos so therefore IVF is wrong Always Our children Accept homosexuals with respect compassion and sensitivity Homosexuals are always our children Most important thing is to love them God loves all equally judges your heart not your sexuality In persona Christie in the person of Christ when the priest holds up the bread and says what jesus said Deacons are ordained
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