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The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and Mission – Carl Koch

The Catholic ChurchThe Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and Mission 6 ReviewsReviews aren’t verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it’s identifiedHow does the Catholic Church exist in the historical context of the world? The course, The Catholic Church, ideal as a one-semester course for eleventh- and twelfth-grade students, explores the developments, people, and events that have shaped the Church. Each chapter focuses on one time period. Using personal vignettes and special readings to make the history more personal and specific, the text engages teens in seeing the full historical dimension of the Catholic Church. Full-color, original illustrations, photographs, charts, cartoons, timelines, and maps acquaint students with people, places, and movements that are important to the history of the Church. Study aids include review questions after each section and activities in the margins of the text to personalize the material.

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The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and Mission – Carl Koch

The Catholic ChurchThe Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and Mission 6 ReviewsReviews aren’t verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it’s identifiedHow does the Catholic Church exist in the historical context of the world? The course, The Catholic Church, ideal as a one-semester course for eleventh- and twelfth-grade students, explores the developments, people, and events that have shaped the Church. Each chapter focuses on one time period. Using personal vignettes and special readings to make the history more personal and specific, the text engages teens in seeing the full historical dimension of the Catholic Church. Full-color, original illustrations, photographs, charts, cartoons, timelines, and maps acquaint students with people, places, and movements that are important to the history of the Church. Study aids include review questions after each section and activities in the margins of the text to personalize the material.

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The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and Mission – Carl Koch

The Catholic ChurchThe Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and MissionCarl KochW. Ross Macdonald School, 2001 – Christian education 0 ReviewsReviews aren’t verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it’s identifiedWhat people are saying – Write a reviewWe haven’t found any reviews in the usual places.Other editions – View allThe Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and MissionCarl KochLimited preview – 1994The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and MissionCarl KochNo preview available – 1994The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and MissionCarl KochNo preview available – 1994Bibliographic informationTitleThe Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, and MissionAuthorCarl KochPublisherW. Ross Macdonald School, 2001&nbsp&nbspExport CitationBiBTeX EndNote RefManAbout Google Books – Privacy Policy – Terms of Service – Information for Publishers – Report an issue – Help – Google Home

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The Catholic Church: Journey, Wisdom, Mission – Chapter 2 and 3 Scheduled maintenance: Saturday, September 10 from 11PM to 12AM PDTHomeSubjectsSolutionsCreateLog inSign up Upgrade to remove adsOnly $35.99/yearFlashcardsLearnTestMatchFlashcardsLearnTestMatchTerms in this set (41)Around the year 30 A.D., what happened in Jerusalem?Jesus of Nazareth was executedTRUE/FALSE. Christianity started as a ‘sect’ of JudaismTRUEThis council of Jewish leaders turned Jesus over to be crucifiedSANHEDRINThe name for the early Christian movement was …the WayThe first Christian martyr was named ____________.StephenThis person was standing there, in approval, when Stephen was killedSaul, also known as PaulTRUE/FALSE. Christians are still being martyred today.TRUEThe most ‘prominent’ of all the disciples. His name means ‘the rock’Simon PeterIn Matthew 16:18 Jesus tells Peter that “on this ______ I will build my ____________, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.”Rock, ChurchThe transformation of the apostles happened at this event in Acts 2.PentecostThis feast is also known as the “birthday of the church”PentecostOn the feast of Pentecost, how many converts came to the church, according to Acts of the Apostles3000The people of Antioch, around A.D., were the first to call the early followers of Jesus thisChristiansSaul had his conversion on his way to this placeDamascusBefore his conversion, Paul was a ______________ of ___________________.Persecutor, ChristiansThe Jerusalem Council resolved what major conflict in the early Church.Circumcision, and acceptance of Gentile convertsThe first combined Jewish/Gentile community was in this Greek cityAntiochThe word Christians literally meansfollowers of ChristHow many missionary journeys did Paul make3The first official council of the churchJerusalem CouncilThe head of the Church in Jerusalem was not Peter, it was ______.JamesBefore choosing to worship Christ, many of the Romans had actually worshiped this personThe emperor (p. 47)Jesus gave God a __________ face.Human (p. 47)What happens to Paul and Silas in Phillipi? – P. 48They were beaten and jailedIn Thessalonica, Paul was accused of ___________, or substituting worship of Jesus for loyalty to the emperor. P. 49TreasonThe response of the people of Athens when they heard about the resurrection of Jesus. P. 49Most of them laughedPaul set up early Christian communities in this town, which was well known for vices like gambling, prostitution, drinking, and brawling. – P. 49CorinthIn Ephesus, Paul ran into a group of _____________ that envied Paul for his gifts of healing. – P. 50MagiciansIn Ephesus, why did the silversmiths get upset with Paul? – P. 50The Christian converts w ere reducing the demand for the silver idols they were producingPlace where early Christians worshipped – P. 51People’s homes (the house church)TRUE/FALSE. Many of the non-Christians admired them for their humility, and for ‘loving everyone.’ – P. 54TRUEThe Roman emperor blamed Christians for this, which allowed widespread persecution of them in 64 A.D.A fire that burned RomeRoman emperor under whose brutal reign Peter and Paul were killedNeroWhat is the Christian canon?The books of the New TestamentIn 66 A.D., the early Christians made an official act of rebellion against the Roman empire, by discontinuing this practice.daily sacrifice to the emperorIn 70 A.D., this was destroyedThe Jewish TempleAfter destruction of the Temple, in order to survive, Judaism had to be unified. At this point, they no longer welcomed Christians where?In synagoguesIn 90 A.D., as part of the effort to unify, the Jewish people settled on the ______________ of official Jewish _____________, and the Christians were officially no longer part of the Jewish faith.canon, ScripturesOne modern effort to restore early Christianity (since Vatican II) is to develop ____________ ____________ _____________ which are a vital way of being the church. (p. 63)Small Christian CommunitiesThe Christian Testament emerged from the __________ __________. p. 63early churchThe Catholic faith is based on ______________ as well as Scripture.TraditionSets with similar termsPg 32-39/46-48/54-58 Review31 termsbri_095Early Church Review40 termssincerely_naeeMosunic Religon Study Guide69 termsMichael_SwendsenThe Apostolic Period19 termsMarco_Polo295436Sets found in the same folderChurch history20 termsmaevemulllenChapter 3: Lasting Legacy of…

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