2)the preaching bout Jesus the Savior (Jesus Christ is the good news proclaimed by the church)
3)the four Spirit-inspired written versions of the good news-the gospels of
the dogma that God's eternal Son assumed a human nature and became man in Jesus Christ to save us from our sins.
the term literally means "Taking on human flesh"
a title for Jesus meaning "the anointed one." In Greek the work Christos translated the Hebrew Messiah.
God's forgiveness of sins, accomplished through the mercy of Jesus Christ, resulting in the restoration of friendship with God.
a favorite teaching device of Jesus in which he told a short story with a striking, memorable comparison that taught a religious message, usually about some aspect of God's kingdom.
the four evangelists refers to the authors of the four gospels
The word evangelist means "one who proclaims in word and deed the good news of Jesus Christ."
a process of "education in the faith" for young people and adults with the view of making them disciples of Jesus Christ.
the feast that celebrates the mystery of Christ's manifestation as the Savior of the world
a Church dogma that teaches that Jesus was conceived through the Virgin Mary by the power of the Holy Spirit without the cooperation of a human father.
the saving love of God most fully revealed in the life and especially the passion, death, resurrection, and glourious ascencion of his Son Jesus Christ.
kingdom of God
the reign of God proclined by Jesus and begun in his life, death, and resurrection. It refers to the process of God reconciling and renewing all things through his Son, to the fact of his will being done on earth as it is in heaven.
the second coming of Christ when the Lord will judge the living and the dead.
an obstinate denial after Baptism to believe a truth that must be believed with divine and Catholic faith, or an obstinate doubt about such truth.