AS Christianity - names

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Here is one church Jesus agrees to - no matter how many churches there are
Oneness
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There is one universal church made up of local communities. The church is inseparable - Jesus' 'seamless robe'
Cyprian of Carthage
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I-it, I-you, I thou relationships
Buber
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Came into being after WW2 in response to all suffering. How could God stand by, watch all this suffering and not respond with kindness?
Protest atheism
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Father, son and H.S are equal in the God-head. The Son represents wisdom, H.S represents God's love which binds the trinity
Augustine
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The universe was created out of nothing - early Christian theologians
ex-nihilo
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Love of H.S - H.S came down to the apostles and opened their eyes
Pentacost
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This attempts to prove Jesus is not God, as he had a beginning and an end
Arian Controversy
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Maintains that Jesus had 2 specific natures
Chalcedonian creed
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God's creation of a world with suffering was a loving act so we could develop into his likeness
Iranaeus
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Creation was due to God's free choice, not defined by any pre-existing matter. Supports God as all powerful
Tertullian
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Trinity - The economy of Salvation, God acted in three ways to give humanity salvation - The Father is invisible and without bounds - The Son who destroyed death - The Holy Spirit which acted to renew humanity
Iranaeus
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Cross is foundation of Christina theology. Jesus suffered on the cross and God suffered the loss of his son for the redemption of humanity
Moltmann
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Humans should love God but God cannot recipricate this.
Spinoza
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The Church was et up by Jesus or has holy members. Church given God's divine light, bishops & priests therefore must be holy, members of the church must be above reproach
Holiness
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allows for the three parts f the trinity, The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit to keep their individuality whilst acting as one - 'a community of being'
Perichoresis
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God created the whole of creation in one moment of creation. He created the materials to develop into the world and the human race, and the conditions. Created the world to evolve
Augustine
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The revealed God - such as through studying the bible The self-revelation of God - such as through a religious experience or great spiritual revelation. God revealed the Father to us through the Son
Barth
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The immanent trinity - How God sees God. The economic trinity - the human perception of God
Rahner
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t explicitly states the equality of the Father, the son and the holy spirit in the trinity (Augustine) We are saved because God became human and died a human death God became human to make humans divine no mere creature could do this only the Word
Athasion Creed
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through Christ's righteousness humanity is saved. Premeditation, no free will, Humanity ca only know God through revelation and through Christ
Luther
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Believed whole system of Catholic church had become corrupted an leaders needed replacing (prompted by persecution of Catholic church)
Donatist controversy
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there is unity in Christ no need for a universal culture. Catholic is about wholeness, wholeness of the person, wholeness of local culture and language
Catholicity
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There is one universal church made up of local communities. The church is inseparable - Jesus' 'seamless robe'

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Cyprian of Carthage

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I-it, I-you, I thou relationships

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Father, son and H.S are equal in the God-head. The Son represents wisdom, H.S represents God's love which binds the trinity

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