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Revelation by Mind Map: Revelation

1. The apostles continue his mission

2. Gods Revelation through sacred tradition: ( Article 18)

2.1. What is sacred tradition

2.1.1. Gods actions in the church

2.1.2. God revealed himself through Jesus Christ.

2.1.3. Inspired by the Holy Spirit

2.1.4. Apostolic tradition

2.2. The unity of scripture and tradition

2.2.1. The second Vatican Council identified tradition and scripture as the two primary ways he church impacts Gods real truth.

2.3. Tradition versus tradition

2.3.1. Tradition with the capital T is Sacred Tradition.

2.3.2. tradition with a lowercase t means a custom

3. Gods Revelation through sacred scripture the New Testament:( Article 17)

3.1. The life and teachings of Jesus

3.1.1. Learn of greatness beyond human understanding

3.1.2. Rooted to the teachings of Jesus

3.2. Oral Tradition

3.2.1. The New Testament was not written while Jesus was alive

3.2.2. Preached the Gospel

3.3. The Epistles

3.3.1. Letter of Saint Paul

3.3.1.1. Written in 57 AD

3.4. The Gospels

3.4.1. Mark

3.4.2. Mathew

3.4.3. Luke

3.4.4. John

4. Gods Revelation through sacred scripture (Article 16)

4.1. The Old Testament an ancient sign of Gods Love

4.1.1. We read the Old Testament with full knowlage of Jesus’s resurrection.

4.1.2. Inspired by the Holy Spirit

4.2. The Jewish roots of christanity

4.2.1. Christianity is rooted in Judaism

4.2.2. Jesus grew up to the Old Testament

5. Evil and Suffering and a Good and powerful God: (Article 15)

5.1. The world is yet imperfect

5.1.1. The world is not perfect

5.1.2. Not punishment from God

5.1.3. Bad things

5.2. Suffering can be redemptive

5.2.1. Suffering as redemption

5.2.2. Alleviate the suffering of others

5.3. The Paschal Mystery Gives us Hope

5.3.1. We are baptized into Jesuses death

5.3.2. We live again after we die

6. Encountering God with the eyes of faith: (Article 14]

6.1. Encountering God in sacred scriptures

6.1.1. The disciples preached the good news of the Lord

6.1.2. The New Testament contains Gospels, Epistles, sermons, parabolas, speeches and Jesuses Miracle

6.1.2.1. Gospels

6.1.2.2. Epistles

6.1.2.3. Sermons

6.1.2.4. Parabols

6.1.2.5. Speeches

6.1.2.6. Jesus Miracles

6.1.3. New node

6.1.4. New node

6.2. The witness of Faith filled People

6.2.1. God offers the same gift of faith to all people.

6.2.2. These people can help you root more firmly in faith.

6.3. Knowing God through Reason and conscience

6.3.1. Faith seeking understanding

6.3.2. God wants us to use our gifts to explore out questions

7. Gods Plan For Our Salvation: (Article 13)

7.1. The promise of the Old Testament

7.1.1. The Old Testament

7.1.1.1. Tells the story of Gods relationship

7.1.1.1.1. With the Jews

7.1.2. God established a covenant with Noah and the Israelites

7.1.3. Ancient Israel begins with Gods call to Abraham

7.1.4. God brought the Israelites, that were enslaved by Egypt, freedom through Mosses.

7.1.4.1. The Sinai covenant

7.2. Jesus the savior of the world

8. What is revaluation (Article 11)?

8.1. Salvation History

8.1.1. Pattern of specific events in human history. In which God clearly reveals hispresence in saving action .

8.1.2. Accomplished of Jesus Christ

8.2. Dogmatic constitution on divine revelation

8.3. New node

8.4. Revelation is a gift

8.4.1. Gods free decision

8.5. Relationship

8.5.1. Get to know

8.5.1.1. Listen

8.5.1.2. Watch

8.5.1.3. Share

8.5.1.3.1. Gods words and deeds.

8.5.2. Gods self disclosure

8.5.2.1. Gradually

8.5.2.1.1. Reveals himself in divine plane

8.5.2.2. Learn

8.5.2.2.1. Saints

8.5.2.2.2. Abilities

8.5.2.2.3. Daily life

8.5.3. Loving God

8.5.4. Free decision

8.5.5. To be known by us

8.5.6. To give himself freely to us

8.6. God Loves Us

8.6.1. Q

8.7. Abraham

8.8. Sarah

8.9. Moses

9. Sharing in Gods Love: (Article 12)

9.1. Gods Plan

9.1.1. We have a desire for God in our hearts.

9.1.2. Live in communion with him

9.1.3. Through revelation

9.2. We are made for God

9.2.1. We are religious by nature

9.2.1.1. New node

9.2.1.1.1. New node

9.2.2. Religious by vocation

9.2.2.1. We are called to a vocation

9.3. God Calls us to fullness of life

9.3.1. Desire for him within our hearts

9.3.2. God reached out to humanity

9.3.3. Connect with us in mutual love

9.3.4. God Revealed him self to us

9.3.5. The incarnation is the ultimate work of divine revelation.

9.3.6. Jesus became one of us to save us

9.3.7. We are adopted children of God

10. Discovering God in the Natural world: ( Article 23)

10.1. God the creator of the natural world

10.1.1. God is the cause of everything

10.1.2. God is the beginning and the end

10.1.3. God freely created the world out of wisdom.

10.2. The role of science

10.2.1. Catholics believe in science

10.2.2. There is no real discrepancy between faith and reason.

10.2.3. God brought the universe to key religious truth

10.2.4. Science can reveal Gods Glory in new amazing ways.

11. Discovering God through Human Intellect: (Article 24)

11.1. We Know God is the creator through human intellect and reason.

11.2. The Gift of Human intellect

11.2.1. Theology

11.2.1.1. The study of God, Faith seeking and understanding.

11.3. How can we speak about God

11.3.1. Knowledge can't fully capture the Divine Mystery.

11.3.2. Images cannot fully express God

11.3.3. We represent God as Light, Water, Fire, or a Rock

11.3.3.1. God is not literally these symbols.

12. Passing on God’s Revelation: (Article 19)

12.1. Apostolic succession appointed by Christ

12.1.1. The church teaches us the same way Jesus taught his apostles

12.1.2. Jesus summoned who he wanted to come with him

12.1.3. The pope and bishops are the successors or the apostles

12.1.4. Keeps the promise of the apostles

12.2. Infallibility certainty of faith and morals

12.2.1. The truth necessary for there salvation

12.2.2. Infallibility means without error

12.2.3. The pope speaks with infallibility in certain situations

12.2.4. The pore does not always speak with infallibility

12.3. New node

12.3.1. Church documents can be hard for non Catholics to understand

12.3.2. The church is building bridges to other religions

12.3.3. Pope Benedict visited Jewish communities

13. Discovering God in our Daily Lives: (Article 20)

13.1. Find God in all things

13.2. Saint Ignatuis of Loyola said find God in all things

13.3. God infuses all things and purposes

13.4. Accomplished things from pain and suffering.

14. Discovering God in the Faith of others (Article 21)

14.1. The Example of the Early Church

14.1.1. Jesus never asked the disciples to to fill his shoes alone

14.1.2. Work together to fill his shoes

14.1.3. His disciples continued to follow his teachings

14.1.4. Apostles devoted there life to Jesus

14.2. The importance of family

14.3. Family is the foundation of Christianity.

14.4. Communal prayer

14.4.1. We are not alone in our search for God

14.4.2. Prayer alone is good but prayer with others is better.

15. The Saints: Our Models of Holiness (Article 22)

15.1. The saints our intercesores and our companions.

15.1.1. Saints live in God in Heaven

15.1.2. Only God is worthy of worship

15.1.3. When we pray to the saints they pray to God for us

15.1.4. Saints of the patron of something