Catholic Christology, custom essay

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I want you to write the answer of these questions in 1 paragraph or so. Write some examples and the citations. Thank you. Here are the questions:
1.) Be able to identify the following items from the McBrien essays and Raymond Brown’s book: Catholic, catechesis, charismatic, Christology, Eastern-rite Catholic, ecclesiology, episcopos, eschatology, Eucharist, faith, glossolalia, koinonia, orthodox, Petrine office, presbyteros, Roman Catholic, sacramentality.
2.) Paul’s argument in 1 Corinthians seems to parallel the structure of the Greco-Roman house structure (see also the website, “Conflict and Community in Corinthians = http://gbgm-umc.org/UMW/corinthians/). Briefly discuss about it.
3.) Raymond Brown argues for three important “eras” within the early church. What does he call them, what is one book that fits within each “era,” and what is a distinctive characteristic of the literature of each “era?”
4.) Raymond Brown argues that there are two central ecclesiological themes that runs through Luke-Acts. What are they, what are their particular weaknesses?
5.) Sara Miles writes about three different sacraments in the last part of her book (218-280) which embody a radical inclusiveness inviting all people into community. List these sacraments, showing how, for Sara, they become symbols of an inclusive community rather than symbols of an exclusive community.
6.) Doyle argues that the book we are reading by Raymond Brown is “radically ecumenical.” From your reading of Brown, show why this is true.
7.) Be able to identify the undisputed letters of Paul and the Deutero- and non-Pauline letters in terms of names of the letters and the general dates of the letters.
8.) Raymond Brown characterizes the Pastoral letters as “institutional.” What does he mean by this, and what are the strengths and weaknesses of this “institutionalism?”
9.) Matthew 16:13-20 has played a central role throughout history in defining Roman Catholic ecclesiology. After briefly explaining why, describe the different views of this scene as depicted any two of the three films: Pasolini, The Gospel of St. Matthew (this is the black-and-white Italian film); The Gospel of Matthew (Visual Bible, the film that is the Gospel of Matthew “word-for-word”), and Zeffirelli, Jesus of Nazareth (this is the made-for-TV movie).
10.) From your reading of Doyle, discuss either the difference between dissent and disagreement, or the nature of papal infallibility.

Sources:
1.) Brown, Raymond. The Churches the Apostles Left Behind. Paulist, 1984
2.) Doyle, Dennis. The Church Emerging from Vatican II. Revised Edition. Twenty-Third, 2006.
3.) Miles, Sara. Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion. Ballantine, 2008.
4.) Bible

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