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DIVINE REVELATION The Word of God (Holy Bible & Sacred Traditions): DIVINE REVELATION The Word of God (Holy Bible & Sacred Traditions) Bro. Ryan R. Mejillano Catholic Faith Defenders, Inc. January 11, 2014 +St. Theodosius the Cenobiarch (529 AD) University of Mindanao Chapter Divine Revelation: Divine Revelation Divine – relating to or coming from God Revelation – an act of making something known Divine Revelation – An act of revealing or communicating divine truths Something that is revealed by God to humans ( Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Iphone ) Divine Revelation: Divine Revelation ARTICLE 2 ( Catechism of the Catholic Church ) THE TRANSMISSION OF DIVINE REVELATION 74 God " desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth “ (1 Tim. 2:4) that is, of Christ Jesus. Christ must be proclaimed to all nations and individuals, so that this revelation may reach to the ends of the earth: Divine Revelation: Divine Revelation God graciously arranged that the things he had once revealed for the salvation of all peoples should remain in their entirety, throughout the ages, and be transmitted to all generations. (DV) 76 In keeping with the Lord's command, the Gospel was handed on in two ways: PowerPoint Presentation: 1) ORALLY "by the apostles who handed on, by the spoken word of their preaching, by the example they gave, by the institutions they established, what they themselves had received - whether from the lips of Christ, from his way of life and his works, or whether they had learned it at the prompting of the Holy Spirit";(DV7) PowerPoint Presentation: 2) IN WRITING "by those apostles and other men associated with the apostles who, under the inspiration of the same Holy Spirit, committed the message of salvation to writing".(DV 7) 77 "In order that the full and living Gospel might always be preserved in the Church the apostles left bishops as their successors”. PowerPoint Presentation: 78 This living transmission, accomplished in the Holy Spirit, is called Tradition , since it is distinct from Sacred Scripture, though closely connected to it. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADITION AND SACRED SCRIPTURE: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADITION AND SACRED SCRIPTURE 80 "Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture, then, are bound closely together, and communicate one with the other. For both of them, flowing out from the same divine well-spring, come together in some fashion to form one thing, and move towards the same goal.“ (DV 9)(2 Thess. 2:14) Two (2) distinct modes of transmission : Two (2) distinct modes of transmission 81 "Sacred Scripture is the speech of God as it is put down in writing under the breath of the Holy Spirit.“ (DV9) "And [Holy] Tradition transmits in its entirety the Word of God which has been entrusted to the apostles by Christ the Lord and the Holy Spirit. It transmits it to the successors of the apostles so that, enlightened by the Spirit of truth, they may faithfully preserve, expound and spread it abroad by their preaching.“(DV 9) Two (2) distinct modes of transmission: Two (2) distinct modes of transmission 82 As a result the Church, to whom the transmission and interpretation of Revelation is entrusted, "does not derive her certainty about all revealed truths from the holy Scriptures alone. Both Scripture and Tradition must be accepted and honored with equal sentiments of devotion and reverence.“ (DV 9) 83 The Tradition here in question comes from the apostles and hands on what they received from Jesus' teaching and example and what they learned from the Holy Spirit. The first generation of Christians did not yet have a written New Testament, and the New Testament itself demonstrates the process of living Tradition. The heritage of faith entrusted to the whole of the Church: The heritage of faith entrusted to the whole of the Church 84 The apostles entrusted the "Sacred deposit of the faith” (the depositum fidei ),(1 Tim. 6:20) contained in Sacred Scripture and Tradition, to the whole of the Church. The Magisterium of the Church: The Magisterium of the Church 85 "The task of giving an authentic interpretation of the Word of God, whether in its written form or in the form of Tradition, has been entrusted to the living teaching office of the Church alone. Its authority in this matter is exercised in the name of Jesus Christ.“(DV 10) This means that the task of interpretation has been entrusted to the bishops in communion with the successor of Peter, the Bishop of Rome. Magisterium (Teaching Authority): Magisterium (Teaching Authority) Magister – mastery/ teacher/ schoolmaster - role or authority of a teacher St. Thomas Aquinas defines Magisterium as the authority of the one who teaches. The symbol of the authority was the ‘chair’ 1 Tim. 3:15/ Mt. 16:18-19/ Mt. 28:19 et al. The Magisterium of the Church: The Magisterium of the Church 86 "Yet this Magisterium is not superior to the Word of God, but is its servant. It teaches only what has been handed on to it. At the divine command and with the help of the Holy Spirit, it listens to this devotedly, guards it with dedication and expounds it faithfully. All that it proposes for belief as being divinely revealed is drawn from this single deposit of faith.“(DV 10) PowerPoint Presentation: SACRED SCRIPTURES (WRITTEN WORD) SACRED MAGISTERIUM (TEACHING AUTHORITY) SACRED TRADITIONS (UNWRITTEN WORD) Holy Scripture: Holy Scripture The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβ λί α, tà biblía, "the books") is a canonical collection of texts considered sacred in Judaism as well as in Christianity. The Bible is widely considered to be the best selling book of all time, has estimated annual sales of 100 million copies, and has been a major influence on literature and history, especially in the West where it was the first mass-printed book. Holy Scripture: Holy Scripture A. The Bible or Sacred Scripture is the written, inspired, Word of God. 2 Tim 3: 16-17 B. The Bible is a “fundamental” source of Divine Revelation. John 21: 24-25 Holy Scripture: Holy Scripture The Bible was written by different human authors, mostly Hebrews, many of them unknown. These sacred writers wrote under the inspiration and guidance of the Holy Spirit at different times and places over a period of about a thousand years from 900 B.C to 150 A.D. Divisions of the Bible: Divisions of the Bible PowerPoint Presentation: Pentateuch 1. Genesis 2. Exodus 3. Leviticus 4. Numbers 5.Deuteronomy Historical Books 1.  Joshua 2.  Judges 3.  Ruth 4.  I Samuel 5.  II Samuel 6.  I Kings 7.  II Kings 8.  I Chronicles 9.  II Chronicles 10. Ezra 11. Nehemiah 12. Esther Wisdom Books 1. Job 2. Psalms 3. Proverbs 4. Ecclesiastes 5. Song of Songs Deuterocanonical 1. Tobit 2. Judith 3. Wisdom 4. Eclessiasticus or Sirach 5. Baruch 6. 1 Maccabees 7. 2 Maccabees Also fragments of Esther and Daniel found in the Greek Version.. . Prophets 1. Isaiah 2. Jeremiah 3.Lamentations 4. Ezekiel 5. Daniel 6.  Hosea 7.  Joel 8.  Amos 9.  Obadiah 10.  Jonah 11. Micah 12.  Nahum 13.  Habakkuk 14.  Zephaniah 15. Haggai 16. Zechariah 17. Malachi Books of The Old Testament -Catholic Canon Chapters & Verses: Chapters & Verses The Chapters added i n t he 13th c entury A man named Stephen Langton divided the Bible into chapters in the year A.D. 1227. Langton was a professor at the University of Paris and later he became the Archbishop of Canterbury but the one who initiated the division into chapters was Cardinal Hugo de Sancto Caro. (Gen. Intro to Scriptures p.64 by Dixon) Chapters & verses: Chapters & verses The Verses were a dded i n t he 16 th century Robert Stephanus (Stephens), a French printer, divided the verses for his Greek New Testament. It was published in 1551, but the one who made the division of verses was Fray Dominicano Sanctes Pagninus in the year 1528 (p.67, ibid) The First Bible with c hapter a nd v erse d ivisions The first entire Bible in which these chapter and verse divisions were used was Stephen’s edition of the Latin Vulgate (1555). PowerPoint Presentation: Lk 15: 11-32 Name of Book Chapter Verses How to r ead the Bible? Parable of The Prodigal Son -- Luke 15: 11-32 Following are twenty-one (21) considerations which will help us scrutinize Luther’s doctrine of Sola Scriptura from Biblical, historical and logical bases and which show that it is not in fact a genuine Biblical truth, but rather a man-made doctrine. : Following are twenty-one (21) considerations which will help us scrutinize Luther’s doctrine of Sola Scriptura from Biblical, historical and logical bases and which show that it is not in fact a genuine Biblical truth, but rather a man-made doctrine. “Ignorantia Scripturae, ignorantia Christi est”: “Ignorantia Scripturae, ignorantia Christi est” 1. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura is not taught anywhere in the Bible: 1. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura is not taught anywhere in the Bible 2. The Bible indicates that in addition to the written word, we are to accept Oral Tradition : 2. The Bible indicates that in addition to the written word , we are to accept Oral Tradition 3. The Bible calls the Church and not the Bible the "Pillar and Ground of the Truth." : 3. The Bible calls the Church and not the Bible the "Pillar and Ground of the Truth." 4. Christ tells us to submit to the Authority of the Church : 4. Christ tells us to submit to the Authority of the Church 5. Scripture itself states that it is insufficient of itself as a teacher, but rather needs an interpreter. : 5. Scripture itself states that it is insufficient of itself as a teacher, but rather needs an interpreter. 6. The first Christians did not have a Bible : 6. The first Christians did not have a Bible 7. The Church produced the Bible not vice-versa : 7. The Church produced the Bible not vice-versa 8. The idea of the Scripture's Authority existing apart from the authority of the Teacher Church is utterly foreign to the Early Church. : 8. The idea of the Scripture's Authority existing apart from the authority of the Teacher Church is utterly foreign to the Early Church . 9. Heresiarchs and heretical movements based their doctrines on Scripture interpreted apart from Tradition and the Magisterium. : 9. Heresiarchs and heretical movements based their doctrines on Scripture interpreted apart from Tradition and the Magisterium . 10. The Canon of the Bible was not settled until the 4th Century. : 10. The Canon of the Bible was not settled until the 4 th Century. 11. An "Extra-Biblical" Authority Identified the Canon of the Bible. : 11. An "Extra-Biblical" Authority Identified the Canon of the Bible. 12. The belief that Scripture is "Self-Authenticating" does not hold up under examination : 12. The belief that Scripture is "Self-Authenticating" does not hold up under examination 13. None of the original biblical manuscripts is extant. : 13. None of the original biblical manuscripts is extant . 14. The biblical manuscripts contain thousands of variations : 14. The biblical manuscripts contain thousands of variations 15. There are hundreds of bible versions. : 15. There are hundreds of bible versions . 16. The Bible was not available to individual believers until the 15th Century. : 16. The Bible was not available to individual believers until the 15 th Century. 17. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura did not exist prior to the 14th Century. : 17. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura did not exist prior to the 14 th Century. 18. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura produces bad fruit, namely, division and disunity. : 18. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura produces bad fruit , namely , division and disunity . 19. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura does not allow for a final, definitive interpretation of any given passage of scripture. : 19. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura does not allow for a final , definitive interpretation of any given passage of scripture . 20. The Protestant Bible is missing 7 entire books : 20. The Protestant Bible is missing 7 entire books The Catholic deuterocanonical scriptural texts are: 1. Tobit 2. Judith 3. Wisdom (or Wisdom of Solomon) 4. Sirach or Ecclesiasticus 5. Baruch 6. 1 Maccabees 7. 2 Maccabees 21. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura had its source in Luther’s own emotional problems. : 21. The Doctrine of Sola Scriptura had its source in Luther’s own emotional problems . Martin Luther, the Father of Protestantism: Martin Luther, the Father of Protestantism “we are compelled to concede to the Papist (Popes) that they have the word of God; that we received it from them and that without them, we would have no knowledge of it at all” (Luther’s commentary on John chapter XIV) Warning from our first Pope (Magisterium) 2 Peter 1:20: Warning from our first Pope (Magisterium) 2 Peter 1:20 “Understanding this first, that no prophecy of scripture is made by private interpretation.”

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