Notable Quotes

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Religion and Society Flashcards on Notable Quotes, created by mel_baj on 06/10/2013.

Created by mel_baj over 6 years ago
Cognitive Psychology - Loftus and Palmer (1974)
Robyn Chamberlain
1PR101 2.test - Část 16.
Nikola Truong
The Ten Commandments
Beth Hollins
Environmental and Medical Ethics
Anisha Rai
Question Answer
God so loved the World He sent His only begotten son (loving God) (Jn 3:16)
'I am the door...' (Jesus Mediator) (Jn 10:7-9)
'I am the vine you are the branches' Jesus mediator we are brothers/ sisters in Jesus Jn 15:5
'shred of the divine' - the soul being the shred of the divine within us Theologian Bernard Lonrgan
'and the Holy Spirit descended in a bodily form of a dove and a voice was heard from heaven 'this is my beloved son' the baptism of Jesus the fist time in the Bible that the Trinity appears together (Mk 1:9-11)
'very good' - the story of creation, when humanity was created, creation was very good - Priestly story of creation Gen 1:31
'in the image and likeness' we are created in God's image - soul (Gen 1:27)
'to love to serve and so come to paradise' Human purpose on Earth (CCC 1712)
'the innermost aspect of man by which he is greatest' the soul (CCC 363)
'for I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was in prison and you came to visit me' whatever we do with/for others we are doing with/ for God Mt 25: 35-36
'Preach the Gospel and if you have to use words' 'facta non verbi' St. Francis of Assisi
'this is what Yahweh asks of you: to live justly, to act tenderly and to walk humbly with you God' purpose and nature of human life (Micah 6:8)
'preserving God's gifts!' Pope Francis First homily, thoughts on creation
when it comes to creation 'we have immediately disappointed divine expectations' Pope John Paul II, 17th January 2001, eco-spirituality cohort for planet Earth, Vatican
'if I have prophecies and knowledge to know all mysteries and faith to take down the mountains, I am nothing without love' First letter of St Paul to the Corinthians we need to act with love 1Cor 13:2
'if anyone hits you on the right cheek, turn the other' living humbly in the world life Jesus did (Mt 5:11)
'Jesus Christ became truly man while remaining truly God' Jesus becoming fully human while remaining fully God CCC 464
'Jesus Christ possesses two nature one divine and the other part human, not confused but united in one person of God's Son' Jesus' two natures and two wills united in one hypostatic union CCC 481
'the virgin shall be with child and bear a son and call him Immanuel' Jesus comes to Earth the same way as we did, therefore he is fully human Is 7:14
'My Lord and my God' Thomas' Greeting to Jesus Jn 20:28
'In the beginning there was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God' Jesus is co-equal, co-eternal with God - homoousious Jn 1:1
'by becoming a human being Jesus Christ showed human beings how to live and gave them hope for eternal life' Jesus fully human and fully divine St Augustine
he became more like us so that we may become more like him Jesus became human so that we may become more divine and therefore more fully human Iranaeus
there was a time when he was not Arius teaching that Jesus was begotten ( made) by God the Father
there is but one hypothesis [person], which is our Lord Jesus Christ Jesus' two will and two natures united in one hypostatic union CCC 468
What God has not assumed he has not made Therefore it is important for Jesus to be fully human and fully divine because otherwise he will not save us spiritually and physically St. Gregory Nazianzen
'and if Christ has not been raised, then our proclamation has been in vain and your faith has been in vain' 1 Cor 15:14