The Word of God 2014 You are responsible for



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The Word of God – 2014




  1. You are responsible for:

    1. Vocabulary

    2. Scripture passages we studied including

      1. The Call of Isaiah (Chapter 6)

      2. The Suffering and Triumph of the Servant of the Lord (Isaiah Chapter 52:13-15; 53)

      3. John the Baptist’s role in salvation history; Gospel of Mark’s account and John’s connection to the prophet Elijah.

      4. From any of the four Gospel Writers – Jesus’ Passion, Death and Crucifixion

      5. Luke 7:1-10 - Faith of the Centurion

      6. Luke 1:26-38 – Birth of Jesus Foretold

      7. Gen 1, 2, - Creation, The Fall of Man, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood, Tower of Babel

      8. Exodus 3-14 - Moses

      9. Exodus 16:4 – 36 Quail and Manna

      10. Gen 37, 39-47 – Story of Joseph

      11. John 11: 1-27 – The Raising of Lazarus

      12. Luke 24:13-25 – Road to Emmaus

      13. Luke 15:11-32 Prodigal Son

      14. Luke 15:1-32 – Lost Sheep

      15. Luke – Lost Coin 15:8-10

      16. Divine Revelation

        1. Abraham Genesis 12

        2. Isaac Genesis 22

        3. Jacob Genesis 28_10-22

        4. Moses Exodus 2:23-25; 3:1-27; 4:1-9

  2. Make certain you review

    1. Power Point Presentations

      1. The Revelation of Jesus Christ

      2. Prayer

      3. Sacred Scripture

      4. Salvation History

  3. Church Documents

    1. Humane Generis

    2. Gaudim et Spes: Vatican II

    3. Augustine’s Easter Sermon – Question the Beauty


The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture: God Making Known

Who God Is


  1. God’s Revelation is found in:

    1. ________________________________________

    2. ________________________________________

    3. ________________________________________

    4. ________________________________________

    5. ________________________________________




  1. “You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you.” _____________________________________________________________________




  1. Man comes to know God in two ways: 1. ________________________________ and

2. ________________________________________________

  1. _______________________________________ recognized a universal “longing” for the human soul 400 years before Christ

  2. His argument from motion states that anything in motion must have been in motion. He concluded there must have been a first mover and that First Mover is God. ______________________________________________

  3. Question the beauty so that one may recognize the Beautiful One who created it all _______________________________________________

  4. _____________________________________is above reason because it is securely founded on truths that are outside the grasp of human reason alone; therefore natural revelation alone is insufficient

  5. A consequence of Original sin is the corruption of ________________________, which sometimes leads to wrong conclusions

  6. ________________________perfects human nature and faith perfects ________________________so that we can become partakers of the divine nature.

  7. ________________________was the first person to recognize that Jesus is the Christ.

  8. ________________________ the Word, is both ______________________ and content of Revelation, since is the one who reveals and the one who is revealed

  9. Promises made in the __________ Testament are fulfilled by Jesus Christ in the _____________Testament

  10. The ____________________________________________________prophecy describes Jesus, the sinless Servant, who by his voluntary suffering atones for the sins of his people

  11. John the Baptist, cousin of Jesus and a member of the Levite tribe, is the personification of _____________________________________

  12. John the Baptist prepares with way for the Lord by proclaiming a baptism of _____________________________________________________for the forgiveness of sins

  13. The Word Incarnate is _______________________________

  14. The faith of the Church precedes, engenders, supports, and __________________the faith of her members

  15. God began to reveal his plan of salvation ________________________________________

  16. St. Thomas Aquinas’ five ways or proofs for the existence of God.

    1. _______________________________________________________________________

    2. _______________________________________________________________________

    3. _______________________________________________________________________

    4. _______________________________________________________________________

    5. _______________________________________________________________________

  17. The historical stages of God’s Revelation – the steps of Divine Revelation

    1. ______________________________

    2. ______________________________

    3. ______________________________

    4. ______________________________

    5. ______________________________

    6. ______________________________

  18. God’s most perfect revelation _____________________________________________

  19. Felt compelled to preach the Gospel to every person, Jew and Greek __________

  20. ___________ and __________ work together to help us understand God’s Revelation to man in Scripture

  21. Four characteristics of our knowledge of God

    1. __________________________________________

    2. __________________________________________

    3. __________________________________________

    4. __________________________________________

  22. Deals with things that are above the grasp of human reason alone, but which are themselves inherently or innately intelligible _____________________

  23. Medium of Revelation _____________________________

  24. Word of God ________________________ and ______________________________


Prayer: A Turning Toward God
Prayers: Lectio Divina, Liturgy of the Hours, Sign of the Cross

  1. The Church’s great mystery of faith is professed in ______________________________

  2. According to Scripture, one must approach prayer with _________________________

  3. Lectio Divina is a meditative approach to _________________________________________

  4. The Psalms, prayed by Jesus, recall ____________________________________already fulfilled and look for the coming of the _______________________

  5. Man is a beggar before God ____________________________________

  6. The basis for individual prayer and for prayer within small Christian communities ____________________________________________________

  7. The Prologue of this Gospel shares the special character of the Word’s relationship to the Father _____________________________________

  8. The purpose of the Liturgy of the Hours is to ____________________________________

  9. Four forms of prayer are:

    1. ____________________________________

    2. ____________________________________

    3. ____________________________________

    4. ____________________________________

  10. The faithful who celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours are united to Christ by the prayer of the ______________________________, meditation on the _____________________ and ________________________________

  11. The Lord’s Prayer and the ___________________ eagerly look for the Lord’s return, “until He comes.”

  12. “Prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a simple look toward heaven, it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy” ___________________________


Sacred Scripture

Biblical Truths: Religious, Moral, Proverbial, Historic, Scientific, Symbolic

Senses of Scripture: Literal, Allegorical, Moral, Anagogical

The Binding of Isaac, Ishmael, Jesus; Exodus 16:4-36



  1. A library of _______books divided into the ______________________ and __________________

  2. Authors ____________________________

  3. Languages _________________________ and ____________________________

  4. Two natures _______________________ and ____________________________

  5. Apostles successors _______________ and ____________________________

  6. Forms one source from which the Word of God comes to us _________________________________ and ___________________________________

  7. To Biblical writers, important thing about history is what it tell us about __________________________________________________________________________

  8. Salvation history differs from all other history because it deals with the __________________, ___________________________, and the _________________________

  9. “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ” ____________________________

  10. Author of Sacred Scripture ______________________

O Antiphons

Rosary

Lectio Divina



Our Father
Essay Questions

Word of God

Final Exam Essay Questions
1. Every human person has a natural desire for God, written on the human heart, because man has been created by God, for God, to return to God. Only in God will we find the truth and happiness for which we never stop searching. Explain how God makes Himself known to man; the pre-Christian philosophers who recognized that longing of the human soul years before the coming of Christ. Include Patristic testimony and how through faith and reason one comes to know God. Finally, include the importance of that desire in your own life.

2. The Eucharist is the source and summit of Christian life. Numerous references to the Eucharist have been made in both the Old and the New Testament. Describe how the Eucharist has been prefigured in Sacred Scripture, where the Institution of the Eucharist takes place, and how Jesus is the Bread of Life. Be sure to include a specific detailed Biblical account found in the Old Testament and a specific account found in the New Testament. Finally, identify how the Eucharist is the Bread of Life for you.

3. Lectio Divina is an ancient, meditative prayer form practiced at one time by all Christians. Explain this prayerful practice including the two added parts to the ancient form and how one can allow the voice of God to touch our hearts and deepen our relationship with Him.

4. God reveals himself to man in numerous ways. Begin your essay by explaining God’s motive for doing so including who provided that explanation and the name of the document containing the explanation. Continue by defining the two types of revelation, discussing some of the ways in which God has revealed himself to man, and what hinders one’s ability to fully know God. Include in your response at least one detailed reference to Sacred Scripture found in the Old Testament. Finally, conclude your essay by stating how this information is important in strengthening one’s relationship with God.

5. God continually reveals himself throughout all of salvation history. Explain how God is revealed in Sacred Scripture (the steps of Revelation [to whom and how]), the Medium of Revelation and the unity of word and deed. Be sure to provide specific information about the Scripture account we studied in class. Finally explain how this information is important in coming to know, love and serve God.

6. Typology is evidenced throughout Sacred Scripture. Briefly describe the binding of Isaac and explain how this is a type of Christ. Your response should include at least eight (8) comparisons. Conclude your essay by describing how this story holds meaning for your life.



7. The spiritual senses of Sacred Scripture reveal how the texts, realities and events in the Bible can be signs. Briefly describe the story of Joseph, the beloved son of Jacob; define the allegorical, moral, and anagogical senses of Scripture and explain how these are signs. Your essay should include at least five (5) examples. Conclude your essay by describing how this story holds meaning for your life.






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