Glossary for Lessons 1-9
Key terms used in lessons 1-9
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To repeal or do away with a law or agreement.
When used in reference to God's authority, it means He has complete and total freedom over all creation.
Term used by some theologians to refer to things that are morally indifferent.
Not subject to ethical evaluation
Good spirits that minister to man on behalf of God.
Medieval theologian who believed that general revelation and existential revelation were sufficient to communicate many moral principles, and that the Scriptures supplemented those teachings.
Doctrine taught in the fourth century AD that denied the Trinity.
Theologian of the fourth century AD who affirmed the Trinity and refuted Arianism.
People who are praised in the Book of Acts for examining the Scriptures to see if the words of Paul were true.
Aspect of the law that gives instructions for worship and the sacrificial system.