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Incarnation: God taking on the human form

Annunciation: When the angel appeared to Mary asking her to be Jesus' mother

Grace: God's free gift of unconditional love to the believer

Incarnate: Being made flesh

Emmanuel: Jewish, God with us

Virgin Birth: Belief that Jesus was fully human but did not have a human father

Word of God: Second person of the trinity who became flesh as Jesus

Co-exist: Live together in harmony

Dynamic: Full of energy and creativity

Son of Man: A title that could refer to a human or someone who has been given power by God

Virtues: Moral qualities we can develop

Beautitudes: Teachings from Jesus about how we should behave in Matthew 5:1-12 - sermon on the mount

The Law of Moses: Laws God gave to Moses on Mt Sinai

Sermon on the Mount: Jesus' description of Christian living in Matthew

Displaying religion: Making a show of your religion

Apostalistic Exhortation: Teachings of the Pope whicha aren't defined as Doctrine

Hypocrite: A person whose speech contradicts their action

Tradition: That which has been handed down

Heresy: A belief which goes against the teaching of the Church

Salvation: Being freed from sin

Magisterium: Teaching authority of the Church, Pope and Bishops

Sacrament: Visible sign of God's invisible grace

Witness: When somebody shows their faith in words or actions

Abortion: Deliberate ending of an unborn child's life

Incarnation in Luke

- The Doctrine teaches that God took on full limitations of being human of Jesus

- Annunciation: Luke 1:26-38

             Angel tells Mary she has found favour with God (She's chosen)

             The angel tells Mary that Jesus will be her son (fulfil prophcies)

             Mary questions the angel - virgin (concieve divinely)

             Mary accepts (I am the Lord's servant)

Mary is important to Catholics because:

             She gave


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