Theology chapter 3

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  1. The “C” in RCIA stands for
    christian
  2. The “I” in RCIA stands for
    initiation
  3. The “A” in RCIA stands for
    adults
  4. The Church calls ______________“our father in faith.”
    Abraham
  5. St. _______wrote, "Be doers of the word, and not merely hearers who deceive themselves."
    James
  6. Most religions originated from
    a profound experience of the Transcendent that led to doctrines, worship and ethics
  7. “Religion” can be described as ___
    a life stance, a spiritual tradition, and an institutional structure
  8. The three Sacraments of Christian Initiation are
    Baptism,Confirmation, and Eucharist
  9. Other than "church," the Greek word ekklēsia can be translated as
    a convocation or assembly
  10. The essential characteristics of the Church founded by Jesus Christ are called the
    four Marks
  11. What are the four marks
    One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic
  12. “Universal” is a synonym for the Mark of the Church otherwise called
    Catholic
  13. The _____________ summarize the values of the Kingdom of God and the Church.
    Beatitudes
  14. "The domestic church" refers to
    the Christian family
  15. The foundational principle that guides people of faith is known to Christians as the _______________   ____________.
    Golden Rule
  16. A life of faith is always a life of conversion that calls us to do our best.
    True
  17. A religion helps people to join with others and “put their faith to work.”
    True
  18. All major religions place special emphasis on the Golden Rule.
    True
  19. In the Catholic Church the Magisterium has the primary responsibility for appointing bishops.
    False
  20. No one can believe alone just as no one can live alone.
    True
  21. RCIA stands for “Rite of Church Indoctrination of Adolescents.”
    False
  22. The Church is the visible plan of God’s love for humanity.
    True
  23. The human person is by nature and calling a religious being and is created to live in communion with God.
    True
  24. The Sacrament of Baptism is the doorway to the Church.
    True
  25. Arabic word used by Muslims for God
    Allah
  26. communion with the Pope, St. Peter’s successor
    Apostolic Faith
  27. a way that Christians refer to the Ultimate Mystery
    Blessed Trinity
  28. people of God
    Body of Christ
  29. Hindu term for the Ultimate Mystery
    Brahman
  30. turning around one’s life toward God
    Conversion
  31. heritage of faith contained in Scripture and Tradition
    Deposit of Faith
  32. communion with God, the Holy Trinity
    Holy Church
  33. a set of beliefs and practices followed by a community of people of faith
    religion
  34. for Jews, the sacred name of God
    YHWH
  35. In what country did Hinduism originate?
    India
  36. The Hindu belief in more than one birth is called
    reincarnation
  37. One of the practices of Hinduism which involves sitting quietly and repeating a mantra is called
    meditation
  38. The ____________________ system is a social system which developed as part of Hinduism in which a person’s station in life is determined by birth.
    caste
  39. The followers of Islam are called ________
    muslims
  40. The most sacred book of Islam is _________
    Qur'an
  41. The man who founded Islam was named _________
    Muhammad
  42. The pilgrimage to Mecca which all followers of Islam should make is called the ________
    hajj
  43. Mecca, the holiest city of Islam, is located in what country? __________
    Saudi Arabia
  44. The Arabic word Islam means
    Surrender
  45. Approximately how many Muslims are there in the world today?
    More than one billion
  46. Muslims believe they should pray:
    Five times each day
  47. Muslims believe they should:
    Give a portion of what they have to the poor
  48. Muhammad, the founder of Islam was:
    orphaned at a young age

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