Terms and names:
conversion of the head
conversion of the heart
King, Martin Luther
Peace of God.
Sermon on the Mount
Son of God
Truce of God
When Peter and John met a cripple near the Temple who was begging for money, what did they give him? How did the bystanders react?
Learn the six elements of the kerygma. (basic proclamation, mission preaching). Be able to explain each element so that it makes sense – don't just learn the mnemonic alone or give key words without explanation.
What significance does the birth or incarnation of Jesus have for Christians?
What significance does the death of Jesus have for Christians?
How did Christians take part in the victory Jesus won?
What do Christians mean by “original sin”? What do they think can be done about it?
What does the theologian Gorospe mean by “conversion of the head” and “conversion of the heart”? What two barriers does he see to “conversion of the head”? What two things does “conversion of the heart” require?
What do you learn from the Sermon on the Mount?
Describe Luther’s reaction to the peasants’ revolt, showing how his reaction related to his attitude toward ruling elites and toward established order.
Name three positions held by the (Anabaptist) peace churches that are directly relevant to justice and peace.
Give some examples of how early Quakers lived out their pacifism.