Understand what the Catholic Church teaches about the Bible and how it is used in everyday life, including worship and ceremonies.
What is the main source of authority for Christians?
The Rig Veda
What does the New Testament contain?
The history of Israel
Works of fiction
The life and teachings of Jesus Christ and his early followers
Which of these books from the New Testament is not one of the Gospels?
What is the fundamentalist Christian view of the Bible?
The stories are only important for their message
You do not have to believe anything in it
The words are literally true
What is a liberal Christian view of the Bible?
The stories are not to be taken literally but have important messages and themes
What was the aim of the author of Luke’s Gospel?
To convince the Jewish people that Jesus was the Messiah
To encourage the early Church which was facing persecution
To show Gentiles that Jesus was the saviour of the whole world
How do Catholics use the Bible?
In prayer, study and guidance
Only the priest will use the Bible
For decorative purposes only
What are the three sources of authority for the Catholic Church?
Conscience, Scripture and Prayer
Tradition, Magisterium and Scripture
Prayer, Worship and Scripture
Who is credited with the Natural Law theory?
What is an absolutist theory?
States that an action itself is always right or wrong
Each action is right or wrong depending on the situation
Focuses on the consequences of an action