A Roman Catholic term referring to “Is a term used to identify unmerited assistance by God primarily to redeem and transform human beings. In the early and medieval church it also referr... more that makes a Derived from the Latin term persona and the Greek term prosopon. It is a technical term in Christian theology for the concept that the Trinity consist... more acceptable.” It is a Is a theological concept developed in Roman Catholic theology primarily by Thomas Aquinas that maintains that God dispenses his grace in at various ti... more and created “form” or habit that is A term used in Catholic theology that is derived from the Latin word for “poured in” referring to the grace (love) of God that he pours into our h... more into the soul of a Christian and make them A translation of the Latin term justitia meaning “justice.” For Luther, righteous and justice refer to exactly the same thing, being justified or ... more or justified before God in order to obtain the Christian virtues of In word for belief and faith is the same in Latin and most European languages, but in English faith often denotes an active believe, one that inspires... more, hope, and comes from the Latin word “caritus” that was a translation of the Greek term “agape.”, which refers to a pure love of god and neighbor. It sho... more (In a theological discussion “love” refers to one’s love for God and neighbor and is often referred to as “charity” or the pure love of God. ... more).