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3 Category 1 This Gospel was written addressed to the Christian community in Rome when it was illegal to be Christian. Which is it? Mark His Gospel is similar to two others: Matthew & Luke All three are? Synoptic Gospels

4 Category 1 In this Gospel, Jesus is “the ultimate teacher” which is it? Matthew

5 Category 1 In which Gospels can we find The Beatitudes? Matthew Sermon on the Mount Luke Sermon on the Plain

6 Category 1 Which Gospel was likely written first? Mark’s

7 Category 2 When one analyzes scriptural texts in their original context, one is doing: Exegesis

8 Category 2 This term refers to the Second Coming of Christ: Parousia

9 Category 2 When we re-interpret writings to discover their meaning, we are doing: Hermeneutics

10 Category 2 This thinker’s view on ethics believed that reason dictates what is good and focuses on one’s duty and obligation. Who is he? Immanuel Kant What kind of ethics is it? Deontological

11 Category 3 This thinker would say that “it is the Other who awakens me to the highest good.” Emmanuel Levinas

12 Category 3 Name the Cardinal virtues Justice Temperance Prudence Courage

13 Category 3 Name the first Principle of Natural Law Synderesis It says: “Do good, avoid evil.”

14 Category 3 This virtue helps us to remain moderate in our desires. Temperance

15 Category 4 This virtue helps us to make moral decisions that follow sound reason. Prudence

16 Category 4 The original moral sense that enables us to discern by reason what is good and what is evil. Natural Law

17 Category 4 These are basic truths that determine rules of conduct. Moral principles

18 Category 4 This is the active presence of God’s love in our lives, Our participation in the relationship of love that is the Trinity, God’s self-gift of love in us: Grace

19 Category 5 What do Aristotle’s ethics have in common with those of St. Thomas Aquinas? They are teleological

20 Category 5 The ethical theory of Emmanuel Levinas is Relational

21 Category 5 Our behaviour is the result of what others and our environment have done to us: Social Determinism

22 Category 5 What : Is an outward sign Is instituted by Christ Gives grace A sacrament


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