1.Explain how ‘sacrifice’ (understood as putting God’s will before one’s own) lies at the heart of the practice of forgiveness in Christian life and practice.
2.In Catholic thought, why does the life of Jesus Christ, who lived and died 1900 years ago in an obscure province of the Roman empire, affect human life in the here and now?
3.Articulate how the specifics of this course help illustrate diversity in religious traditions, ideas and practices. Illustrate with one example.
4.What is the goal of a human life, according to Catholic thought? What are the last things towards which our lives are heading? Is physical death the worst thing that can happen to a human person? If not, explain why not.
5.Explain how the Trinity, Incarnation and Redemption are interdependent teachings in Catholic thought: i.e. they do not stand alone, but are understood with reference to one another.
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