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Can you name the IDs for the Trads I Final/Fall 2009?

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beliefs that are not reachable by reason alone and had to be revealed
6th step of The Soul's Journey into God
affirm an Incarnation but only of similar (not same) essence; Son is greatest of all creatures but not God
posits two separate Gods and two different related Christs: OT God of Creation and justice; NT God of good, love, and universality
to not render God His full due
used for necessary demonstration--most important group mentioned by Aquinas
possible but extrinsic group, mentioned by Aquinas
3rd group of fruits in Tree of Life
means same substance or same essence; refers to the shared essence of the Father and Son
the ultimate authority or standard for belief, first found in Tertullian
beliefs discovered/discoverable by reason or rational argument
5th step of The Soul's Journey into God
affirm Jesus has only one person and one nature that is a melding of divinty and humanity
2nd group of fruits in Tree of Life
believe Jesus has two persons and two natures
7th step of The Soul's Journey into God
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employ means at one's disposal to obtain what one desires
3rd step of The Soul's Journey into God
4th step of The Soul's Journey into God
claim Jesus was only apparently incarnate; body was a phantasm, and he never became man
1st step of The Soul's Journey into God
Jesus always has been God and is the Son; He became human by being born into the flesh by the Virgin Mary
2nd step of The Soul's Journey into God
title meaning 'mother of man'; meant to counter 'Theotokos' title for Mary (mother of Christ)
God taking away what is owed to Him by force when a sinner does not freely pay what is owed
used as proper and probable--2nd most important group mentioned by Aquinas
1st group of fruits in Tree of Life
rendering payment for a debt owed because of sin
to rest with satisfaction in something for its own sake
to freely subject self rightly to God's will and keep one's place in the order
position encompassed by Gnostics claiming that the body was created by a lower, evil god and was separate from the soul, which was created by a good god

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