Christians believe that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, given as a sacrifice so that humans would have the possibility of eternal life in Heaven. Jesus’ crucifixion, resurrection and ascension are key events that shape Christian beliefs.
What term of respect, which is used to refer to male leaders with power and authority, is often given to Jesus?
Which of these words means ‘anointed one’?
What does ‘incarnation’ mean?
Rising from the dead
The Holy Spirit appearing
God taking on human form as Jesus
What is agape?
Love of possessions and wealth
Unconditional, self-sacrificing love
Which of the following means Jesus’ return to Heaven to be with God?
Why do Christians believe that Jesus’ birth was miraculous?
Because his mother, Mary, was a virgin
Because he survived being born prematurely
Because Mary and Joseph were too elderly to conceive a child
What name is given to the long speech Jesus made when he began teaching his followers?
The Sermon on the Mount
The Lord’s Prayer
The Parable of the Good Samaritan
What are the Beatitudes?
Rules made by Jesus to encourage a positive attitude in life
Statements made by Jesus that relate to how Christians should use their money
Statements made by Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount that explain whose lives are blessed by God
Why did God the Father send Jesus to die on the cross?
To take on the sins of humanity so that salvation could be achieved by all
To experience life as a human on Earth so that God could better understand his creation
To show humans his power
Which Old Testament teaching did Jesus overturn in the Sermon on the Mount?
Revenge – an eye for an eye
The Ten Commandments
Teachings against adultery