Potential Exam Questions Incarnation (2+4 markers)

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Give two teachings from the bible which show jesus is the incarnate son
Mark-"are you the messiah, son of the blessed one?" yes. Crucifixion of Jesus "Truly this man was God's son"
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Give two ideas about Jesus expressed in the statement 'Son of God'
the second person of the trinity, divine son of God the father
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Give two reasons why Jesus is describe as the 'Word of God'
Jesus is an eternal being, the word and God co-exist
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Give two examples of symbols which express Christian beliefs about Jesus
Chi rho, alpha and omega
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Give two Catholic beliefs about the importance of life that can be found in the Gospel account of the visitation of Mary to Elizabeth
Elizabeth's baby leapt in the womb when it met Mary-alive. Jesus was present in his mother's womb from cocnception
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Explain two contrasting Christian beliefs about Jesus.
Fully God and Fully human
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Explain two ways in which belief in Jesus as the incarnate Son influences Catholic understandings of themselves and the world around them.
God granted us salvation because he loves us. God fulfilled his promise made to Abraham and his descendants
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Explain two reasons why Jesus used the title 'Son of Man' when talking about himself
used in his suffering/death to remind us of his love for humanity. Helps people relate to jesus (shows he understands human needs)
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Explain two ways in which beliefs about the incarnation have influenced Catholic views about statues.
God took on human nature in jesus, god is happy to be portrayed in human form. Jesus is infinite, wrong to portray jesus-destroys the divinity of jesus
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Explain how two actions of Jesus in the Gospels can be said to have 'instituted' a sacrament.
Jesus baptised by John the Baptist in the river Jordan. Confirmation is the sacrament of the H.S whom jesus sent at pentecost
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Explain two ways in which the belief that humans are imago dei influences Catholic understandings about abortion.
All life comes from God, abortion is taking something that is not ours. Image of God=sanctity of life all life is sacred
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