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Apostles' Creed: Quiz


Question 1: Priminius (Migne, ________ 89, 1029 ff.), written between 710 and 714.
Pope Gregory IPatrologia LatinaPope CorneliusPope Alexander III

Question 2: Because of its early origin, it does not address some ________ issues defined in the later Nicene and other Christian Creeds.
ChristologyTrinityBiblical canonChristian theology

Question 3: ________ imposed it throughout his dominions, and it was finally accepted in Rome, where the Old Roman Creed or similar formulas had survived for centuries.
Lothair ILouis the PiousAlboinCharlemagne

Question 4: The United Methodist Hymnal also contains (at #882) what it terms the "Ecumenical Version" of this creed—a version which is identical to that found in the Episcopal Church's current ________.
AnglicanismBishopCatholicismBook of Common Prayer

Question 5: The ________, the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States, uses the ELLC ecumenical version.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaLutheranism by regionHigh Church LutheranismLutheranism

Question 6: The ________ still uses the phrase "I renounce the devil and all his works and all his ways" as the beginning of this creed, before the line "I believe in God etc.".
Danish National ChurchDenmarkAnglicanismLutheranism

Question 7: In the Church of England there are currently two authorized forms of the creed: that of the ________ (1662) and that of Common Worship (2000).
CatholicismBishopAnglicanismBook of Common Prayer

Question 8: The name of the Creed comes from the probably fifth-century legend that, under the inspiration of the ________ after Pentecost, each of the Twelve Apostles dictated part of it.
Holy SpiritNew TestamentJesusApostle (Christian)

Question 9: It is invoked after the recitation or singing of the ________, and it is the only part of the services in which the congregation is required to turn and face the High Altar, if they are seated transversely in the quire.

Question 10: This makes it acceptable to many ________ and Unitarians.
Germanic ChristianityArianismGothic ChristianityFranks

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