Jesus' Relationship with Others Flashcards

I Turner
Flashcards by I Turner, updated more than 1 year ago
I Turner
Created by I Turner about 7 years ago


GCSE GCSE (RE) Flashcards on Jesus' Relationship with Others Flashcards, created by I Turner on 03/30/2014.

Resource summary

Question Answer
What was the Sabbath law regarding healing? only if it is life or death
What was Jesus protesting about in the temple court? dishonest currency trading and selling animals for sacrifice in God's house
Where was Jesus in the story of the man with the paralysed hand? The synagogue
Why was the question about paying taxes difficult to answer? YES=Jews are annoyed NO=trouble with romans NO WIN SITUATION
What does Jesus say at the Temple Court? 'It is written in the scriptures that God said 'my temple will be called a house of prayer for all nations' but you have turned it into a hideout for thieves!'
What does Jesus teach about the Question of Paying Taxes? 'Pay to the Emperor what belongs to the emperor, and pay to God was belongs to God'
What is Jesus trying to say in payment of taxes to caesar? christians should follow to law of both God AND the state christians should be good citizens, as well as being good to God
Why did Jews celebrate the sabbath? God created the world in 7 days and rested on the 7th a commandment said: 'keep holy the sabbath day' as a mark of respect for the events of the passover
What are christian's NEGATIVE opinions of Jesus' Civil Disobedience? -it is hard to understand as Jesus could have hurt someone when using force -they are opposed to violence-whatever the situation
Why did the authorities want Jesus dead? outcasts money popularity blasphemy power humiliation teaching changes
Justice? being treated fairly
What did the man with the dreaded skin disease ask Jesus? 'If you want to, you can make me clean'
What are christian's POSITIVE opinions of Jesus' Civil Disobedience? -limited violence is acceptable in some situations -it is the only way to get people to listen -Jesus did not hurt anyone
Prejudice? to pre-judge before knowing the facts
Why was Levi considered a sinner? He took money from people
What did Jesus say about the Sabbath? What does our law allow us to do on the Sabbath? to help or to harm? to save someone's life or destroy it
why do christians celebrate the sabbath? respect for Jesus' resurrection to pray and get close to God to receive the Eucharist listen to the Gospel
why were the authorities annoyed that Jesus ate with outcasts? he was ritually unclean he carried out God's work but eating with people who didn't car about it
How did Jesus know that the Greek woman had faith? she was a gentile
Discrimination? To treat someone differently as a result of prejudice
how does Jesus treat outcasts? AS EQUALS
What did Jesus see and hear when he entered Jairus' house? Saw confusion and heard loud crying and wailing
Who had the woman with the Haemorrhage seen about her problems? Many Doctors
Why is 'Talitha Koum' recorded in Arabic? It shows how important they are It shows that words alone could raise the dead
How did people react after Jairus' daughter came back to life? They were completely amazed
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