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Anglican Eucharistic theology: Quiz


Question 1: Following this, a ________ (called "The Great Thanksgiving") is offered.
Liturgical bookNicene CreedLord's PrayerAnaphora (liturgy)

Question 2: A maxim in Anglicanism concerning Christ's presence is that "it may not be about a change of substance, but it is about a substantial change."[1] This view is expressed in the allied but ________ different doctrines of consubstantiation and sacramental union.

Question 3: Indeed, the ________ of 1604 states the belief in a non-defined Real Presence:
CatechismCatholic ChurchCatholicismProtestant Reformation

Question 4: When the sacrament is present, Anglo-Catholics will often ________ when passing in front of it.

Question 5: Luther's analogy of Christ's Presence was that of the heat of a ________ thrust into a fire until it is glowing.
Equine nutritionHorseshoeThoroughbredHorse care

Question 6: Anglican practice is that those who administer the sacrament (that is, distribute the bread and the wine) must be licensed by the diocesan ________.

Question 7: The structure of the liturgy, crafted in the tradition of the ________, allows for a variety of theological interpretations, and generally follows the same rough shape, derived from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
East–West SchismProtestant ReformationElizabethan Religious SettlementEnglish Reformation

Question 8:
  • The Gathering of the Community: Beginning with a Trinitarian-based greeting or seasonal acclamation; followed by the prayer of humble approach; the ________, Kyrie eleison, and/or Trisagion; and then the Collect of the day.
    Agnus DeiGloria in Excelsis DeoNicene CreedLord's Prayer

Question 9: The Lord's Prayer usually follows, followed by the fraction (the breaking of the bread), the Prayer of Humble Access, the ________, and the distribution of the sacred elements (the bread and wine).
KyrieSanctusAgnus DeiNicene Creed

Question 10: The concept of Memorialism is largely found in the ________ of the Anglican Church of Australia.
BishopAnglican Diocese of SydneyAnglican Eucharistic theologyPhillip Jensen


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