Glossary for Lessons 1-4
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Name for the approach of John Cassian for interpreting Scripture, in which he assigned four different kinds of meanings to the same Bible passage
Quality of affecting each other mutually
Calvinistic school of, with emphasis on transcendency of God, unity of Scripture, and transformation of culture
God's communication of truth to man
The doctrine of salvation
Name given to revelation that is for only certain segments of humanity, and that is especially for the purpose of revealing Christ
Greek word for "God" (transliteration)
First name of famous theologian from Aquinas who lived during the Middle Ages (1225-1274). He is considered a key theologian by Roman Catholics. Wrote Summa Theologica.
Attribute of God, referring to His superiority to man, especially His eternality, immutability, sovereignty, aseity, omnipotence, and omnipresence
In theology, it refers to the quality of having only one meaning.