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Exam Study Guide Essay

  • Submitted by: pete1218
  • on August 25, 2011
  • Category: Psychology
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Jesus and Moral Development
Exam and Lecture Study Guide
Thursday, January 20th, 2011
75 Minute Exam

Part I: Objective Questions (25 points)
There will be 50 objective questions from your prior three tests and new material from the Catholic Letters and Revelation.

Part II: Key terms (25 points)
      You will be asked to match 25 definitions to the key terms from the lectures. All words will be taken from the following list.

Possible Key Terms:
Torah
Vocation
Fidelity
Prophetic Action
Autonomous
Diaspora
Hellenization
Septuagint
Maccabean Revolt
Sadducees
Pharisees
Synagogue
Rabbi
Essenes
Secularism
Herod the Great
Zealots
Messianic Secret
Intercalation
Synoptic
Synoptic Problem
Triple Tradition
Double Tradition
“Q”
Messiah
Beatitudes
Theophilus
Anawim
Logos
High Christology
Incarnate
Beloved Disciple
Apocalyptic Worldview
ProtoPauline
DeuteroPauline
Itinerant Preacher
Apostle
Christocentric
Holy Ones
Mystical Body of Christ
Grace
Faith
Catholic
Eschatology

Part III: Critical Reading (20 points)
You will read various passages from scripture and answer questions for each reading. The lecture material will help you answer these questions.

Part IV: Essay (30 points)
You will compose a full length essay that will be based on the key themes of the first semester.

*The following lecture study guide will be particularly helpful for the objective questions and the critical reading questions.*
Fall Exam- Lecture Study Guide
New Lecture Material
The Catholic Letters Lecture
Key terms: catholic, eschatology
Describe the historical context of 1 John.

What does 1 John say about Truth?

What does 1 John say about Love?

What is eschatology and what issues does it address?

Describe the historical context of James.

What does James say about persevering in trial?

What is the connection between Faith and Works for James?

For James, what does it mean to “be just”?

Revelation
Key Terms:...

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