Glossary for Lessons 1-2

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C

Chalcedon

City where a council was held that resulted in a creed that expresses that Jesus was "truly God and truly man," and that His two natures were distinct.

Christ

Means "Anointed one." Comes from the translation of the Hebrew word "Messiah."

D

David

Old Testament king of Israel who received the promise that his descendant would sit on the throne and reign forever.

Depravity

Refers to man's sinful nature after the Fall.

Donkey

Animal used by ancient kings during a time of peace

E

Economic

Term that means "relating to household management." It is used to refer to the Trinity when speaking of how the three persons relate to each other.

Eternal counsel

Refers to God's plans for the universe which were set before His work of creation.

F

Foreknowledge

Refers to God's knowledge, prior to creation, of events that would occur in the course of history.

H

Hypostatic union

Refers to the fact that Jesus is one person with two distinct natures (a divine nature and a human nature) with each nature retaining its own attributes.

I

Imputation

When speaking of Jesus, it means the act in which God assigned the guilt of sinners to the person of Christ.


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