Religion Chapter 4 Review

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Covenant, sacrament of Baptism,
good news, evil, New Testament,
Old Testament, human family,
original sin, God’s will, unity
 The first _____ struggled because of sin
 Human family
 The ______ contains four separate books about Jesus’
life and teachings.
 New Testament
Covenant, sacrament of Baptism,
good news, evil, New Testament,
Old Testament, human family,
original sin, God’s will, unity
 We learn from the _____ that God would never stop
loving people and forgiving them.
 Old Testament
 In the story of Noah, the floodwater is a symbol of the
waters of the __________.
 sacrament of Baptism
Covenant, sacrament of Baptism, good
news, evil, New Testament, Old
Testament, human family, original sin,
God’s will, unity
 The story of the tower of Babel symbolizes humanity’s
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loss of _____.
Unity
In the story of Cain and Abel, murder; one of the worst
effects of ______ are committed.
Original sin
The story of Noah revealed an important religious
truth: God’s forgiveness and love and humanities
goodness can overcome all ___________.
Covenant, sacrament of Baptism, good
news, evil, New Testament, Old Testament,
human family, original sin, God’s will, unity
 The word gospel means…
 GOOD NEWS
 The tower of Babel was a symbol of human resistance
to ____________.
 God’s will
 Good made a ____ with Noah.
 covenant
 Because humanity could not undo the effects of
original sin, God promised to send
___________________.
 A savior
 ______ was a prophet who spoke to the people on
God’s behalf and reminded them of the way that God
wanted them to live.
 Isaiah
 The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are
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found in the..
New Testament
In gratitude to God for carrying the ark safely through
the flood, Noah built ____ and offered a sacrifice on it.
An ark
In the story of _____, we learn about the development
of different languages.
The tower of Babel
True or False
 Humanity could not undo the effects of original sin
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without help from God.
True
Saint Paul described the person who would come to
free humanity from sin and restore their friendship
with God as the suffering servant.
False – it was Isaiah
In the story of the tower of Babel, the ark was a symbol
of human resistance to God’s will.
False.. Why?
What are some of the lessons to be
learned from the story of Cain and
Abel?
 Practice writing a paragraph describing your answer
God made to save humanity from
sin and restore their friendship
with him?
- this is a question you must think about and answer on
your own, practice writing out your answer before you
take the test.

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