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Theo 101 week 14 lecture notes

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Theo 101 week 14 lecture notes 101/41603

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Date Created: 12/13/15
Theology Week 14 Lecture Notes Christianity in America Roman Catholics Lutherans 9 authority Eucharist Roman Catholics Anglicans 9 authority pope and ordination women Roman Catholic Reformed 9 sacraments predestination Ecumenical movement 0 Overcome the scandal of division 0 Began in 1910 among Protestant and Orthodox 0 Vatican II 9 Catholics joined in Birthright Churches Congregational churches 9 only responsible to local church no higher authority like Catholic diocese puritans Baptists Prebysterians Calvinists Methodists Episcopalians Anglicans Maryland 9 Catholics US Born Churches 1 7th day Adventists a take healthy simple living serious b vegetarians c Saturday 7th day d No ordination of women 2 Jehovah s Witnesses P 5 a Deny full divinity ofJesus b Don t accept blood transfusions Pentecostal a quotAzusa Street in CA key event happened b holiness movement churches c assembly of God d believe in healing speaking in tongue and the Holy Spirit Latter Day Saints Mormons a Strong family orientation Baptists a Southern 9 racially divided b Northern c American d Na onal Fundamentalist O O quotsola scriptura and biblical inerrancy conservative protestant emphasis comes from movement quotthe fundamentals 5 doctrines dispensationalist the rapture at the end of time true Christians will be captured and saved EvangeHcah 0 Bible protestant quotborn again Fortress mentality 9 Us vs Them Catholics Try to maintain uniformity 15005 until Vatican II triumphalism 9 protestants will return resourcement 9 what is actually written in the sources Vatican II semper idem church is always the same Pope John has history 9 church is not always the same aggiornamento Why is Vatican II a faithful revolution 0 Revolutionize how the church worshipped bringing the Church up to date 0 Being faithful to the tradition o Celebrate the living faith of the dead 0 Reinvigorate o Bringing the faith as a revolution and applying it to today s world 9 more relevant to everyday life understand religion in their life 0 Revolution9 faithful that were doing the revolutionizing not the rebellious o The faithful people who are doing the updating revolution No one condemned at council First 7 councils ecumenical After 7th churches in west continue to meet and call them ecumenical the orthodox are not involved Movement within the churches in the west to talk about general councils Vatican II orthodox invited as observers not participants and decide not to go Same with Protestant churches World council of churches 9 way too important not to attend Protestant observers involved in writing critiquing council Orthodox did not vote and protested throughout the council Why Did the Council Need updating Lose sense of history 9 static medieval mindset Ignored the Bible and the Patristic authors Found quotneo scholasticism interpretation of scholastic theology limiting Fear of the modern world and its challenges quotfortress mentality 9 us as Catholics and them world protestants atheists anyone not Catholic 0 pope john church there to serve the world Pre Vatican II return to the sources 9 resourcement liturgical movement biblical studies ecumenical movement Changes mixed marriages clergy relationships choices flexibility legalism worship vernacular constitution to community 9 people of God women in leadership Iaity


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