Theology Chapter 11

  1. God has made us sharers and partakers in his life
  2. God's grace works through nature and can come to us through the events and experiences of everyday life.
  3. The human person is the summit of God's creation
  4. The human person is more interdependent than independent.
  5. Original sin is the foundation of all the principals of the social doctrine of the Catholic Church.
  6. A central revelation and emphasis of the Christian faith is that all people are essentially evil and struggle to be good.
  7. The criterion that guides us in showing respect to people is the authority they have.
  8. Living for the kingdom of God includes caring for all of creation
  9. The life, Death and Resurrection of Jesus brought Redemption for all of creation.
  10. The seventh commandment calls us to live a life that includes the wise and just use of natural goods and the protection of the environment.
  11. Others can take away our god given dignity by the way they treat us
  12. There is a basic and undeniable equality between all people
  13. people are created to live in community, in healthy relationshis with others
  14. Because of Original sin the human person is essentially evil
  15. Direct abortion,euthanasia are contrary to the law of God and the teaching of the Catholic church.
  16. Original sin irreversibly destroyed God's plan of goodness for all creation
  17. God gives us the grace to live the way modeled and made by Jesus Christ
  18. The book of Genesis suggests that people should use creation as they need
  19. The book of Revelation portrays Jesus' awarness of and respect and appreciation for the natural world.
  20. St. Ignatius of Loyola said that we should try to see God in all things.
  21. The biblical creation stories are
    Faith stories
  22. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, men and women are
    both equal in divine image and likeness
  23. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has articulated __ key themes that form the heart of Catholic social teaching.
  24. Catholic social doctrine teaches that the sacredness and dignity of human life is shared by
    every person, regardless of sex, age, race, ethnicity, religious belief, or sexual orientation
  25. A central revelation and emphasis of the Christian faith is that the people are
    essentially good
  26. In answer to the question Why did god make you, the Baltimore Catechism says
    God made me to know him, to love him, and to serve him in this life, and to be happy with him forever in heaven
  27. Each time we are sent fro mass we are reminded to
    Go in peace to love and serve the lord
  28. The Green Movement proposes the simple Three R as a way to be good stewards of our environment. The Three Rs stand for
    • Reduce
    • Reuse
    • Recycle
  29. the founding father of the modern eco-spirituality movement is
    Fr. Thomas Berry
  30. According to Genesis 1.26-27 God said
    Let us make [man] in our image, according to our likeness.....male and female.
  31. Pope Leo XXIII's encyclical on social doctrine
    Rerum Novarum
  32. The Patron saint of the environment
    St. Francis of Assisi
  33. Structures of sin that result over time as a consequence of personal sin
    Social Sin
  34. Biblical teaching on the dignity of the human person
    Imago Dei
  35. The official doctrine developed by the Catholic Church built on the Church's reaching out to orphans, widows, aliens and others from the early days of the church
    Social Teachings of The Church
  36. Following the promptings of the holy spirit as the direction for our life
    Christian Spirituality
  37. Someone who has the responsibility of caring for what belongs to another person or group of people.
  38. Individuals' free and knowing choice of evil over good
    Personal Sin
  39. A statement of the social teachings of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
    Putting Children and Families first
  40. Taken from the earth
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Theology Chapter 11
Theology Chapter 11