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Chapter 1.6

  1. 1. Chapter 1<br />Grade: 6<br />
  2. 2. Key Vocabulary Words<br />Divine Revelation-God’s making himself known to us. <br />Blessed Trinity-the three persons in one God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. <br />Bible-the written record of God’s revelation and his relationship with his people. <br />Tradition-the revelation of the good news of Jesus Christ as lived out in the Church, past and present.<br />Divine Inspiration- the special guidance that the Holy Spirit gave to the human authors of the bible.<br />Reveal- to make known.<br />Ability to Reason- We conclude that God is our creator.<br />Jesus Christ- Gods complete and full revelation. <br />
  3. 3. Important Facts<br />The Holy Spirit guided the authors of the bible. <br />Another name for the bible is sacred scripture. <br />The special guidance that the holy spirit gave to the gospel writers is called divine inspiration. <br />What is the Revelation of the Good News of Jesus as lived out in the Church, past and present? Tradition<br />We learn about God’s relationship with the people of Israel in the Old Testament<br />The New Testament contains the stories of Jesus.<br />The Old Testament contains the stories of people of Israel.<br />
  4. 4. Important Facts<br />The word Bible means: books<br /> A type of writing used to get a message across is called a literary form.<br /> How long did it take to assemble all the books of the Old Testament? 1,000 years.<br />The Old Testament contains 46 books.<br />The New Testament contains 27 books.<br />
  5. 5. Important Facts<br />Citation- we refer to the name of the book, the chapter of the book and verse (s) of the chapter. Genesis 1:1-3. <br />The Pentateuch are the first 5 books of the bible. They are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. <br />The Historical book deals with the history of Israel. <br />The Wisdom book explain God’s role in everyday life.<br />The Prophetic Books contain writings of the great prophets who spoke God’s word to the people of Israel. <br />
  6. 6. Important Facts<br />New Testament Books are the Gospels, Letters and Other Writings. <br />Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are the gospel writers. <br />Letters- written by St. Paul, and other leaders to individual Christians or to early Christian communities. <br />

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