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by: Erling Ward


Erling Ward
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Honerkamp K

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Erling Ward on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RELI 1001 at University of Georgia taught by Honerkamp K in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/202107/reli-1001-university-of-georgia in Religion at University of Georgia.




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Date Created: 09/12/15
Final Exam Study Guide 1 2 S P 5 quot 99 0 Define Orthodoxy doctrine based Jesus orientation to lifeJesus as the Logos a The teachings of Jesus parables acts Disciples what they saw heard and felt Jesus acted towards people He helped them with their needs healing 5053957 He criticized their deviations from the ideal i Unlike the Sadducees he wanted change ii Unlike the Essenes he worked within society with the people iii Unlike the Zealots he advocated peace 1 llLove your enemy 2 llTurn the other cheekquot Ariuswas a priest who a Claimed that Jesus was not of divine substance but a creation of God b Believed in one indivisible God c Believed that if the Son was equal to the father there would be more than one God d Destroys the mediating function of the Logos e He is the founder of the Arian Heresy which was countered by the Nicean Creed Nicean creedThe dogma that Christ s nature was truly divine was established as dogma in 325 CE at the 1st Ecumenical Council at Nicea when it was decided the Christ and God the father were one Paul focused mainly on a NonJewish group Synoptic Greek for llviewing togetherquot gospels are a Matthew b Mark c Luke i The Synoptic Gospels have a shared perspective ii The Gospel of John is a work of a different nature a major theological work of the cosmic significance of Jesus as savior and messiah Gospel means Good News Ekklesia or llMessiah Folk means those called apart Jesus of faithThe disciples of Jesus concluded that Jesus was divine because a What they saw him do b What they heard him say c What they felt him to be Eastern orthodoxy vs Roman Catholicism a Until 1054 CE there was only one Church 1054 Roman Catholicism begins a Two most important concepts for understanding Roman Catholicism i Teaching Authority preserves faith 1 Interpreters of the Bible and Jesus teachings 2 Papal infallibility a Jesus representative on earth maintain orthodox creed 3 Protect the teachings and Tradition ii Sacramental Agent channels of divine grace 1 Baptism Confirmation Holy Matrimony Holy Orders Sacrament of the Sick Reconciliation confession Mass 2 Holy Eucharist and Holy Communion 12 The Eastern Orthodox a Doctrine Papal supremacy amp the conscience of the Church b Seven Sacraments are the same as Roman Catholic ones c More selfgovernance d Two differences with the Roman Church e Less unanimity is needed in matters of dogma 1 Church can interpret doctrine but not initiate it 2 Stresses continuity not Church authority 3 No Pope rather quotthe conscience of the Church a Decisions made by collective 4 conography quotwindows to heaven a The saints are the heroes of the spirit 13 John isdoes a Jesus as Logos incarnation of the divine Word b Jesus is the means of salvation c Major theological treatise d No virgin birth baptism temptation e Movement away from Judaism f quotFor the law was given through Moses grace and truth came through Jesus Christquot 14 Teachings of Jesus a Jesus invited people to believe he did not order them to b He spoke to their imaginations rather than to their reason or their will c He uses down to earth images i Parable of the sower ii Parable of the gnat and the camel iii Parable of the Vineyard Laborers iv The Lilies of the valley His teachings challenged the paradigm of his society subversive 5v 5 Went counter to worldly wisdom i Turn the other cheek ii Love your enemy r Jesus focused on two facts U39I 0 N 5 i God s love of humanity 1 People need to accept that love and give it 2 God s love in unconditional and not limited to the pious who follow the law g Jesus differs from Judaism in that he believed that God wanted to save all people this view went beyond the postexilic code that limited holiness to certain people h Focus on God s absolute all inclusive love for everyone produces a response of gratitude for God s grace Beatitudes How blest are these who know their need of God the kingdom of heaven is theirs How blest are the sorrowful they shall find consolation How blest are those of a gentle spirit they shall have the earth for their possession How blest are those who hunger and thirst to see right prevail they shall be satisfied How blest are those who show mercy mercy shall be shown them Gnostics thought that a Matter is eternal and evil b Only the realm of the spirit it good c Only certain people are capable of living a spiritual life and attaining mystical knowledge d Jesus Christ if pure spirit not a man e He brought saving knowledge to people who are capable of living a life of the spirit f Was opposed by the Apostle s Creed Visible and Invisible church a The visible Church i People who know they are Christians b The invisible Church i People who live pious lives but may not be Christian PhariseesStayed in society scribes amp officials of the Temple a Tried to renew society from within by strict adherence to Mosaic Law b The Pharisees equated strict adherence to the Law with piety future rabbis c The Pharisees were seen as the religious representatives of the Jewish community 6470 CE Revolt Resulted in the destruction of the Temple EssenesBelieved society was too corrupt and that Yahweh would never allow Judaism to be renewed in society a They dropped out of society b Lived communally pious disciplined lives of fasting prayer purification and study SadduceesRelatively welloff a Accepted the status quo b Roman rule seen as collaborators c Greek culture Hellenistic Chalcedon creed 451 CE a Responded to continuing questions concerning the nature of Christ


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