Definitions: Human, person, anthropology (term, cultural & physical), freedom, creation, free-will Concepts



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HRE 2O – Unit 1 Test Review

Theme 1 (pgs. 6 – 13)



Definitions: Human, person, anthropology (term, cultural & physical), freedom, creation, free-will

Concepts:

  1. What is free-will? Make reference to the Justice league Unlimited Episode: Unlimited (Batman)

  2. What does Anthropology say about humans? Physical and Cultural?

  3. What does the bible say about Humans? (notes – pg. 9 & 10)

  4. Identify and explain the 7 Traits of Humanity

  5. How does ‘Ash Wednesday’ relate to the traits of Humanity?

Theme 2 (pgs. 14 – 21)



Definitions: Community, communion, culture, Trinity, solidarity, encyclical

Concepts:

  1. Explain the story of “flowers, Mister?” to the concept of community

  2. Who is Jean Vanier? Describe his 5 principles of humanity (pg. 18)

  3. Identify why community is important with reference to video titled ‘Belonging’ by Jean Vanier

  4. Understand Living In relationships (Present-day threats to relationships) (pgs. 20-21)

Theme 3 (pgs. 22 – 28)



Definitions: Goodness, sin, vocation, disorder

Concepts:



  1. Identify the importance of good and evil (sin) in accordance with the movie “The Island”

  2. Note on Sin (definitions to look up) and Note on How to combat Sin

  3. Why do we consider the earth to be good? (pg. 23)

  4. Review the creation story (Genesis 1:1-23; Genesis 2: 4-25)

  5. Note on Cain and Abel

KEY TERMS: Match the definitions to the correct word of the words from the word bank.

1. Created in the image of God. They are a mixture of divine breath and earth. They are good. They are both male and female.


2. The science and study of human origins development and customs. The physical study researches the physiological and anatomical evolution and classification of human beings. The cultural study researches the social development, practices, and beliefs of humans.
3. A group of persons bound together by a sense of unity that goes beyond each one of them.
4. God is the source of all that is good. This is the result of being connected with God as branches to a vine. -
5. This occurs when the good order intended by God is disrupted either on the personal, group, or natural level. -
6. This is rooted in the fact that we were created in the image and likeness of God.
7. Official pastoral letters written by the Pope for the entire people of God. They give advice or shed light on issues that need to be better understood in the light of the teaching of the Church.
8. A human being; can be distinguished from an animal. Has a connection with God.
9. This is the official compendium of Catholic teachings.
10. The power rooted in reason and will to act or not to act, to do this or that. It is the power to act deliberately on our responsibility.
11. Our beliefs as Catholics that human beings are social beings.
12. A calling to be transformed into the image of Christ.
13. The to and fro of love. It is the trust that comes from the intuitive knowledge that we are safe in the hands of another and that we can be open and vulnerable, one to another. An example of this is the part of the Mass or a liturgy in which the Eucharist is received.
14. The social development, practices and beliefs, behaviours, languages, and other characteristics of specific groups of human beings.
15. Unique gifts that we are provided with by God to enrich our communities.
WORD BANK

vocation

person

goodness

communion

disorder

dignity

culture

encyclicals

solidarity

talents

anthropology

the Catechism

human

community

freedom

KEY TERMS: Match the definitions to the correct word of the words from the word bank.

1. Created in the image of God. They are a mixture of divine breath and earth. They are good. They are both male and female. - HUMAN


2. The science and study of human origins development and customs. The physical study researches the physiological and anatomical evolution and classification of human beings. The cultural study researches the social development, practices, and beliefs of humans. – ANTHROPLOLOGY
3. A group of persons bound together by a sense of unity that goes beyond each one of them. - COMMUNITY
4. God is the source of all that is good. This is the result of being connected with God as branches to a vine. - GOODNESS
5. This occurs when the good order intended by God is disrupted either on the personal, group, or natural level. - DISORDER
6. This is rooted in the fact that we were created in the image and likeness of God. - PERSON
7. Official pastoral letters written by the Pope for the entire people of God. They give advice or shed light on issues that need to be better understood in the light of the teaching of the Church. - ENCYCLICALS
8. A human being; can be distinguished from an animal. Has a connection with God. - DIGNITY
9. This is the official compendium of Catholic teachings. – THE CATECHISM
10. The power rooted in reason and will to act or not to act, to do this or that. It is the power to act deliberately on our responsibility. - FREEDOM
11. Our beliefs as Catholics that human beings are social beings. - SOLIDARITY
12. A calling to be transformed into the image of Christ. - VOCATION
13. The to and fro of love. It is the trust that comes from the intuitive knowledge that we are safe in the hands of another and that we can be open and vulnerable, one to another. An example of this is the part of the Mass or a liturgy in which the Eucharist is received. - COMMUNION
14. The social development, practices and beliefs, behaviours, languages, and other characteristics of specific groups of human beings. - CULTURE
15. Unique gifts that we are provided with by God to enrich our communities. - TALENTS
WORD BANK


  1. vocation - f. person - k. goodness -

  2. communion g. disorder - l. dignity

  3. culture - h. encyclicals - m. solidarity -

  4. talents - i. anthropology - n. the Catechism -

  5. human - j. community o. freedom -


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