REL 134 Week 3 Knowledge Check

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REL 134 Week 3 Knowledge Check

1.
In Jesus’ time, what power controlled Israel?
· A.
Greece
· B.
Egypt
· C.
Persia
· D.
Rome

2.
The Protestant Reformation was started by
· A.
John Calvin.
· B.
Martin Luther.
· C.
John Wesley.
· D.
Meister Eckhart.

Concept: CHRISTIAN BIBLE




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 3




Materials on the concept

  • The New Testament: Its Structure and Artistry



3.
Which of these books is found in the New Testament?
· A.
Genesis
· B.
Samuel
· C.
Psalms
· D.
Hebrews

Concept: CHRISTIAN PRACTICE




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 4
· 5
· 6
· 7
· 8




Materials on the concept

  • The Life and Teachings of Jesus

  • Sacraments and Other Rituals

  • Devotion to Mary

  • The Two Great Commandments



4.
Perhaps the most important ritual of Christianity is a sign of entry into the church, or
· A.
baptism.
· B.
anointing.
· C.
ordination.
· D.
infallibility.

5.
Easter, as a celebration of the resurrection, is associated with the color
· A.
red.
· B.
green.
· C.
violet.
· D.
white.

6.
The major Christian rituals, such as baptism and Eucharist, are often called
· A.
confessionals.
· B.
rosaries.
· C.
indulgences.
· D.
sacraments.

7.
The view that the end of the world is near is called
· A.
messianism.
· B.
apocalypticism.
· C.
adoptionism.
· D.
monophysitism.

8.
Literally, “gospel” means
· A.
preparation.
· B.
repentance.
· C.
contract.
· D.
good news.

Concept: COMPARING PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, AND ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 9
· 10




Materials on the concept

  • Eastern Orthodox Beliefs

  • The Eastern Orthodox Church



9.
In 1054, what happened between the Eastern and Western Church?
· A.
They compiled a Bible on which all Christians could agree.
· B.
Their leaders differed on the official date of Easter.
· C.
Their leaders excommunicated one other.
· D.
They moved the capital of the empire to Constantinople.

10.
“Orthodox” literally means
· A.
guided tradition.
· B.
correct belief.
· C.
one nature.
· D.
eastern side.
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