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Christian Morality Articles 7 & 8


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deadly
increase our tendency to sin & cause us to turn away from God
pride
The feeling of being proud. When you feel good about something you or someone else did.
greed
a strong desire for possessions, especially those of another
envy
willful discontent or even resentment at anothers good fortune
anger
a strong feeling of displeasure
lust
the desire for unlawful bodily pleasure, especially that of a sexual nature
gluttony
the desire to overeat or over drink
sloth
the desire to lay around and do nothing
mortal sin
an action so contrary to Gods will that it results in a complete separation from God. Because of this separation, the person is condemned to eternal death
venial sin
a less serious offense against Gods will that weakens, but does not rupture, ones relationship with God
Vice
Immoral or wicked behavior.
the nature
what it is
viscous
immoral
dignity
self- worth and deserving of respect
Gospel
Term meaning "good news". Usually refers to the 4 Gospels found in the New Testament.
original holiness
good and in union with God
Original Sin
The corruption and guilt that the human race has inherited from Adam and Eve. The doctrine of original sin tells us that sin is universal, that it keeps reproducing, and that it is extremely hard to get rid of.
concupiscence
incline to sin or do evil
sin of commission
word, deed, or desire contrary to the eternal law
sin of omission
not doing a good that we shouldve done
virtue
a good habit, one that creates within us a kind of inner readiness or attraction to move toward or accomplish moral good
cardinal virtues
4 habits that hang all other moral virtues
prudence
sound judgement
justice
giving neighbor his or her due
fortitude
keeping on during difficult situations and temptations
temperance
keeping passions under control so they dont go against reason
theology
the study of God
faith
According to acts 26:18, believers are sanctified by _______.
hope
that by which we desire heaven, placing our trust in Christ's promises & relying, not on our own strength, but on the help of the Holy Spirit
love
that by which we give ourselves to God above all things & to our neighbor for the love of God
essence
the core
grave matter
Jesus and the church have to teach the sin is serious
full knowledge
person has to know why its a mortal sin when its committed
complete consent
nothing kept the act from being a free choice
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