Religion Study Guide Chapter 4, Baptism and Unit Assessment



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Religion Study Guide Chapter 4, Baptism and Unit Assessment

We reenacted the Baptismal Rite last week, and we will do it again this week.



Chapter 4 Concepts (fill in the blank test)

  1. Angels are pure spirits, they do not have bodies.

  2. God created angels and He gave them free will.

  3. The good angels chose God; the bad angels refused God.

  4. God created Adam and Eve. He gave them free will. God wanted Adam and Eve to choose to love and obey Him.

  5. The serpent was the devil in disguise. Eve listened to the devil’s lies.

  6. Because Adam and Eve are the parents of all people, every person is born with Original Sin.

  7. God banished Adam and Eve from the garden and punished them, but He promised He would send a Savior who would reopen the gates of Heaven.

  8. The Savior is Jesus. Jesus died on the cross to save us from our sins and to open the gates of Heaven

Baptism (multiple choice, short answer, and essay test)

  1. A sacrament is an outward sign of inward grace.

  2. There are seven sacraments.

  3. The sacraments were initiated (started) by Christ. (students should know the word initiated)

  4. Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation are sacraments of initiation.

  5. Baptism makes us children of God and members of the Church.

  6. Baptism removes the effects of Original sin and all other sins.

  7. Before baptism the parents and godparents claim the child for Christ.

  8. The priest anoints the baby with the Oil of Catechumens: oil of salvation, asking Christ to strengthen the child with His power.

  9. The priest blesses the water. Water represents life, cleansing, and nourishment. (being born again, being cleansed of sin, and filled with grace.

  10. Sanctifying Grace is a supernatural gift from God given to us for our salvation.

  11. We baptize in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

  12. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are the Trinity.

  13. The child is anointed with the Oil of Chrism. Threefold ministry: priest, prophet, and king.

  14. Next, the child is clothed with the white garment: purity. Clothed in Christ. Must work to keep our soul clean and free of sin.

  15. Next, the candle is lighted from the Easter Candle: represents the light of Christ. The candle is usually presented to the Godfather.

  16. The child has been reborn as a child of God and all pray the Our Father.



Unit Test (fill in the blank test)

The students should know the following :

God is eternal, this means He had no beginning and will have no end.

Prayer is talking to and listening to God.

There are three persons in one God. God the Father is the first person of the Holy Trinity, God the Son is the second person of the Holy Trinity, and God the Son (Jesus) is the third person of the Holy Trinity.

The Bible is the inspired word of God. There are two parts of the Bible, they are the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament

The New Testament teaches us about our Savior, Jesus, and about the early Church.

The Old Testament is the first part of the Bible, it teaches us about creation, our first parents, and the long wait for the Savior God promised.

Original Sin is the first sin that was committed. Adam and Eve disobeyed God.

Baptism is one of the three sacraments of initiation. Baptism is the sacrament by which we become children of God and members of the Church.

A parable is a story that teach us about the Kingdom of God



Prophets were people who prepared the people for the coming of the Savior.

The four Gospels are Matthew, Luke, Mark, and John

The Gospels tell us about Jesus. Only a priest or deacon reads the Gospel at Mass.

Our current bishop is Bishop Choby.



Our current pope is Pope Benedict XVI


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