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New Testament Footnotes

Teacher: New Testament Footnotes
Across
Powerful group of religious authorities, highly focused on their interpretation of God's law and often challenging Jesus on these precepts
Rescue from death or destruction; the release from the debt of sin owed to God and the experience of eternal life with him in heaven; the transformation of people's daily lives when they follow Jesus
The release of humanity from the debt owed to God for disobedience and the resulting restoration of a relationship with him
Making amends to God for wrongdoing through a sacrifice--livestock in the OT and the death of Jesus in the NT
Unmerited favor and blessing; our undeserved pardon from sin through Jesus
Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control
Cephas, a name meaning rock
The process by which one is made acceptable in the sight of God, occurring through faith that Jesus died to pay the price for human sin
A name of Jesus that emphasizes his dual nature as both fully God and fully human
A term signifying the new spiritual life gained when one believes in Jesus ad the Son of God and accepts his death on the cross as redemption from the penalty of sin
Down
The vision of the end of time given to the apostle John while he was on the isle of Patmos
A name Jesus gave himself, proclaiming that he is the source of true fulfillment and satisfaction
The process of growing continually closer to God and taking on his characteristics
A symbolic act demonstrating that new believers have abandoned their former ways and have embarked on new life
The Jewish festival celebrated on the 50th day after Passover; the day when God sent his Holy Spirit to empower the disciples
The good news that Jesus came to reconcile humanity to God
A Hebrew expression meaning Save, which became an exclamation of praise on Palm Sunday
An upper-class of Jewish leaders who oversaw the temple administration
God with us
One of the names of Jesus, which demonstrates the connection between Jesus' sacrificial death and the sin offerings of the OT