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  • 1. 

    (that one John reading lol) Who is teaching?

    • A.

      God

    • B.

      John

    • C.

      Us

    Correct Answer
    A. God
    Explanation
    The given answer suggests that God is the one teaching. It implies that the person referred to as "John" is not the one teaching, but rather the one being taught by God. The answer also rules out the possibility of "Us" being the one teaching, indicating that the source of knowledge and guidance in this context is attributed to God.

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  • 2. 

    (that one john reading) What is being taught?

    • A.

      God himself

    • B.

      Algebra

    • C.

      A story

    Correct Answer
    A. God himself
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "God himself" because the phrase "that one john reading" implies that someone named John is reading something, and based on the options given, it can be inferred that what John is reading is about God himself.

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  • 3. 

    What is the "deposit of faith" in this passage (the john one still)

    • A.

      Truth came through Jesus Christ

    • B.

      John testified

    • C.

      All things came into being

    Correct Answer
    A. Truth came through Jesus Christ
    Explanation
    The "deposit of faith" in this passage refers to the belief that the truth was revealed through Jesus Christ. It suggests that Jesus Christ is the source of ultimate truth and that his testimony is trustworthy. The phrase implies that Jesus' teachings and actions are the foundation of the Christian faith and that they contain the fullness of divine revelation.

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  • 4. 

    Where is the "infallibility" in this passage? (yep still the john one

    • A.

      The darkness did not overcome it

    • B.

      Name was John

    • C.

      He himself was not the light

    Correct Answer
    A. The darkness did not overcome it
    Explanation
    The passage suggests the concept of "infallibility" through the statement "the darkness did not overcome it." This implies that there is a certain quality or characteristic that is invincible or cannot be defeated by darkness. The passage is emphasizing the idea that despite the presence of darkness, there is something that remains unshaken and unaffected by it.

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  • 5. 

    How do we go to heaven?

    • A.

      Surrender our lives to God.

    • B.

      Allow God to love us.

    • C.

      Automatically no matter what we do

    • D.

      By proving to God that we deserve to be there.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Surrender our lives to God.
    B. Allow God to love us.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to surrender our lives to God and allow Him to love us. This suggests that going to heaven requires a willingness to submit ourselves to God's will and to accept His love and grace. It implies that our actions and efforts alone are not enough to earn a place in heaven, but rather it is through our relationship with God and His love for us that we can attain salvation.

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  • 6. 

    How do we receive grace?

    • A.

      By receiving it in faith.

    • B.

      By being good enough.

    • C.

      By giving ourselves to God in love.

    • D.

      By doing nothing.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. By receiving it in faith.
    C. By giving ourselves to God in love.
    Explanation
    We receive grace by receiving it in faith because faith is the belief and trust in God's love and forgiveness. It is through faith that we open ourselves to receive the grace that God freely offers. Additionally, we receive grace by giving ourselves to God in love because when we surrender our lives to God and align our will with His, we become open to receiving His grace and experiencing His transformative love.

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  • 7. 

    Why is it ok that we are not good enough for heaven on our own?

    • A.

      Because Jesus gives us grace

    • B.

      Because all people will automatically go to heaven

    • C.

      Because God chooses who goes to hell, so there is nothing we can do

    Correct Answer
    A. Because Jesus gives us grace
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Because Jesus gives us grace." This means that it is not enough for us to be good on our own to qualify for heaven. Instead, it is through the grace of Jesus that we are able to attain salvation and enter heaven. This suggests that our own efforts and righteousness are insufficient, and it is only through the mercy and forgiveness of Jesus that we can be deemed worthy of heaven.

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  • 8. 

    A person can be good enough on their own for heaven

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    This statement contradicts the belief of many religious traditions that salvation or entry into heaven is dependent on faith, good deeds, or following certain moral or religious principles. It suggests that an individual can attain heaven solely based on their own merits or actions, without any external factors or divine intervention. However, most religious teachings emphasize the need for a spiritual connection or relationship with a higher power in order to attain salvation or entry into heaven. Therefore, the statement is false.

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  • 9. 

    What must we do to be saved and go to heaven

    • A.

      Prove to God that you are holy.

    • B.

      Have Faith

    • C.

      Repent

    • D.

      Be Baptized

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Have Faith
    C. Repent
    D. Be Baptized
    Explanation
    To be saved and go to heaven, one must have faith in God, repent for their sins, and be baptized. Having faith means believing in God and trusting in His plan for salvation. Repenting involves acknowledging and confessing one's sins, feeling genuine remorse, and making a commitment to change one's ways. Baptism is a symbolic act of purification and initiation into the Christian faith, signifying a spiritual rebirth. These three actions are considered essential for salvation according to Christian beliefs.

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  • 10. 

    When we do the things necessary for salvation, we are

    • A.

      In a state of grace.

    • B.

      Finished and don't need to pray any more.

    • C.

      Finished with practicing faith

    Correct Answer
    A. In a state of grace.
    Explanation
    When we do the things necessary for salvation, we are in a state of grace. This means that we have received God's favor and forgiveness, and are in a right relationship with Him. Being in a state of grace is an ongoing process, as it requires continuous faith, repentance, and obedience to God's commandments. It does not mean that we are finished or don't need to pray anymore, as prayer is an essential part of maintaining our relationship with God and seeking His guidance and strength. Similarly, being in a state of grace does not mean that we are finished with practicing our faith, as faith is a lifelong journey of growth and discipleship.

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  • 11. 

    The following are all true about mortal sin.

    • A.

      Saint Paul calls it, "fall from grace."

    • B.

      It is the opposite of repenting

    • C.

      Because of it, we can lose the state of grace

    • D.

      It does nothing to hurt our relationship to God

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Saint Paul calls it, "fall from grace."
    B. It is the opposite of repenting
    C. Because of it, we can lose the state of grace
    Explanation
    Mortal sin is referred to as a "fall from grace" by Saint Paul, indicating that it is a serious offense that separates us from God's grace. It is the opposite of repenting, meaning that instead of turning away from sin and seeking forgiveness, mortal sin involves deliberately choosing to commit a grave offense against God's commandments. Because of mortal sin, we can lose the state of grace, which is the divine life within us that allows us to have a close relationship with God.

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  • 12. 

    If we commit a mortal sin, what must we do to be saved?

    • A.

      Repent.

    • B.

      Donate all of your money to charity.

    • C.

      Have Faith.

    • D.

      Go to the Sacrament of Reconciliation or confession.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Repent.
    C. Have Faith.
    D. Go to the Sacrament of Reconciliation or confession.
    Explanation
    To be saved after committing a mortal sin, one must repent, have faith, and go to the Sacrament of Reconciliation or confession. Repentance involves feeling remorse for the sin, acknowledging it, and resolving not to repeat it. Having faith means believing in God's forgiveness and trusting in His mercy. Going to the Sacrament of Reconciliation or confession is a sacramental practice in which one confesses their sins to a priest, receives absolution, and is reconciled with God and the Church. These actions demonstrate a sincere desire for forgiveness and reconciliation with God.

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  • 13. 

    The following are ALL true about sanctifying grace:

    • A.

      It is a natural thing given to all human beings

    • B.

      It can only come from God.

    • C.

      It is something we are all born with.

    • D.

      It is something we earn with our intellect or talents.

    Correct Answer
    B. It can only come from God.
    Explanation
    Sanctifying grace is a divine gift that can only be bestowed upon us by God. It is not a natural thing given to all human beings, nor is it something we are born with or earn through our intellect or talents. This grace is a supernatural infusion of God's own life within us, which cleanses us from sin and enables us to share in His divine nature. It is only through God's mercy and love that we can receive sanctifying grace and grow in holiness.

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  • 14. 

    Comes and goes. It is not permanent

    • A.

      Actual grace

    • B.

      Sanctifying grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Actual grace
    Explanation
    Actual grace is a type of divine assistance that comes and goes, meaning it is not permanent. It is a temporary help or inspiration given by God to individuals to help them in their spiritual journey or to make the right choices. This grace is distinct from sanctifying grace, which is a permanent state of grace that transforms the soul and makes it capable of receiving God's divine life. Therefore, the given answer of "Actual grace" aligns with the description provided.

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  • 15. 

    Abides or dwells in the soul.

    • A.

      Sanctifying grace

    • B.

      Actual grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Sanctifying grace
    Explanation
    Sanctifying grace refers to the state of being in a close relationship with God. It is a permanent gift that abides or dwells within the soul, transforming it and making it holy. This grace is received through the sacraments, particularly baptism, and it enables the individual to participate in the divine life and be united with God. Unlike actual grace, which is temporary and assists in specific moments of need, sanctifying grace is a continuous presence that sanctifies and empowers the soul to live a life of virtue and righteousness.

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  • 16. 

    Must have this at the moment of death to go to heaven.

    • A.

      Sanctifying grace

    • B.

      Actual grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Sanctifying grace
    Explanation
    Sanctifying grace is the state of being in a right relationship with God, which is necessary to enter heaven. It is a supernatural gift that cleanses the soul from sin and makes it holy. This grace is received through the sacraments, especially baptism, and it enables the soul to share in the divine life of God. Without sanctifying grace, a person cannot be united with God and therefore cannot enter heaven. Actual grace, on the other hand, is the temporary assistance given by God to help individuals choose what is morally good. While important for living a virtuous life, it is not the essential requirement for entering heaven.

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  • 17. 

    Mortal sin kills this in us.

    • A.

      Sanctifying grace

    • B.

      Actual grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Sanctifying grace
    Explanation
    Mortal sin refers to a grave offense against God's law that completely severs our relationship with Him. It is believed that mortal sin destroys sanctifying grace, which is a supernatural gift from God that enables us to share in His divine life. Sanctifying grace is received through the sacraments and is necessary for salvation. Therefore, the given statement suggests that mortal sin kills sanctifying grace, emphasizing its destructive nature in our spiritual life. Actual grace, on the other hand, refers to the temporary assistance given by God to help us avoid sin and do good.

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  • 18. 

    This helps us to repent if we commit a mortal sin

    • A.

      Actual grace

    • B.

      Sanctifying grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Actual grace
    Explanation
    Actual grace helps us to repent if we commit a mortal sin. It is a temporary grace given by God to assist us in making good choices and turning away from sin. This grace prompts us to recognize our wrongdoing, feel remorse, and seek forgiveness. It is not a permanent state of grace like sanctifying grace, but rather a divine intervention that aids us in our spiritual journey.

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  • 19. 

    This helps us to have faith if we do not have it

    • A.

      Actual grace

    • B.

      Sanctifying grace

    Correct Answer
    A. Actual grace
    Explanation
    Actual grace refers to the assistance or intervention of God in our lives, which helps us to have faith and live according to His will. It is a divine help that enables us to overcome sin, make good choices, and grow in holiness. This grace is different from sanctifying grace, which is a permanent state of grace that we receive through the sacraments. Actual grace is given to us in specific moments and situations, guiding us towards God and strengthening our faith. It reminds us of God's presence and helps us to trust in Him, even when we may not fully understand His plans.

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  • 20. 

    Without God's help, we cannot do anything to gain sanctifying grace.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    This statement suggests that without the help of God, it is impossible for us to attain sanctifying grace. Sanctifying grace is believed to be a supernatural gift from God that enables individuals to grow in holiness and participate in divine life. According to this belief, humans are incapable of achieving sanctifying grace on their own, as it is solely dependent on God's assistance. Therefore, the correct answer is true, indicating that without God's help, we cannot acquire sanctifying grace.

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  • 21. 

    Without being in a state of grace, we can do acts that are supernatural.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    This statement is incorrect. Without being in a state of grace, we cannot do acts that are supernatural. The state of grace is often associated with being in a close relationship with a higher power or having divine favor. Acts that are supernatural are typically believed to be beyond the natural capabilities of humans and require some form of divine intervention or assistance. Therefore, without being in a state of grace, it would be unlikely for someone to perform supernatural acts.

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  • 22. 

    What kind of act is faith in God

    • A.

      Supernatural

    • B.

      Natural

    Correct Answer
    A. Supernatural
    Explanation
    Faith in God is considered a supernatural act because it involves believing in and relying on a higher power that is beyond the natural world. It goes beyond the realm of scientific explanation and requires a belief in the existence of a supernatural being or force. Faith in God often involves trust, devotion, and a belief in the divine, which are all characteristics associated with the supernatural.

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  • 23. 

    What kind of act is repenting of a mortal sin

    • A.

      Supernatural

    • B.

      Natural

    Correct Answer
    A. Supernatural
    Explanation
    Repenting of a mortal sin is considered a supernatural act because it involves seeking forgiveness and reconciliation with a higher power or deity. It goes beyond the natural realm of human actions and involves a spiritual aspect. Repentance of a mortal sin acknowledges the need for divine intervention and grace to be forgiven, which is beyond the capabilities of natural human abilities.

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  • 24. 

    What kind of act is getting married?

    • A.

      It depends on whether grace is a part of it

    • B.

      Simply natural

    • C.

      Always supernatural

    Correct Answer
    A. It depends on whether grace is a part of it
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "It depends on whether grace is a part of it." This answer suggests that the act of getting married can vary in nature depending on whether grace is involved. Grace refers to divine assistance or favor, and if it is present in the act of getting married, it implies that the marriage is considered sacred or spiritual. On the other hand, if grace is not a part of it, the act of getting married may be seen as simply natural, lacking any supernatural or spiritual significance.

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  • 25. 

    The following are all synonyms and signs of the supernatural life.

    • A.

      Being a new creation

    • B.

      Holiness

    • C.

      We are forgiven but not changed.

    • D.

      Hope

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Being a new creation
    B. Holiness
    D. Hope
    Explanation
    Being a new creation, holiness, and hope are all synonyms and signs of the supernatural life. Being a new creation refers to the transformation that occurs when someone becomes a believer in Christ, experiencing a spiritual rebirth. Holiness refers to the state of being set apart and dedicated to God, living a life that is pleasing to Him. Hope refers to the confident expectation and anticipation of the promises and blessings that God has in store for His people. These three concepts are interconnected and demonstrate the supernatural nature of the Christian life.

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  • 26. 

    The following are all synonyms and signs of the supernatural life

    • A.

      We are cleansed of sin

    • B.

      No more concupiscence

    • C.

      Charity

    • D.

      We are more than natural humans.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. We are cleansed of sin
    C. Charity
    D. We are more than natural humans.
    Explanation
    The given answer correctly identifies the synonyms and signs of the supernatural life. Being cleansed of sin is a sign of the supernatural life as it signifies being purified and forgiven by a higher power. Charity is another sign, as it represents selfless love and compassion, which goes beyond natural human tendencies. Lastly, being more than natural humans indicates a supernatural state, suggesting a higher level of existence or connection to the divine.

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  • 27. 

    All the following are ways to grow in sanctifying grace if we already have it.

    • A.

      Prayer

    • B.

      TO do works of mercy

    • C.

      Eucharist

    • D.

      There is no way to.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Prayer
    B. TO do works of mercy
    C. Eucharist
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Prayer, TO do works of mercy, Eucharist. These three options are all ways to grow in sanctifying grace if we already have it. Prayer allows us to deepen our relationship with God and seek His guidance and strength. Doing works of mercy, such as helping those in need or practicing forgiveness, allows us to live out our faith and grow in holiness. The Eucharist, receiving the body and blood of Christ, is a sacrament that nourishes and strengthens our spiritual life, helping us to grow in sanctifying grace.

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