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Question 1: The discipline of the Eastern Orthodox Church, Oriental Orthodoxy and the ________ is similar to that of the Eastern Catholic Churches.
Syriac Orthodox ChurchSyriac ChristianitySaint Thomas ChristiansAssyrian Church of the East

Question 2: In these traditions, baptism is immediately followed by ________ and Communion at the next Divine Liturgy, regardless of age.
Orthodox ChurchConfirmationBishopChrismation

Question 3: [124]:p.61 ________ insisted that if a believer was baptized out of a desire to obey God, the baptism was valid, even if the individual did not fully understand the role baptism plays in salvation.
Restoration MovementWalter Scott (Clergyman)Tolbert FanningDavid Lipscomb

Question 4: Khande Di Pahul (Amrit ceremony) was initiated in the times of ________ when Khalsa was inaugurated at Sri Anandpur Sahib on the day of Baisakhi in 1699.
Guru Gobind SinghSikhismBanda Singh BahadurGuru Tegh Bahadur

Question 5: In the West, this method of baptism began to be replaced by affusion baptism from around the 8th century, but it continues in use in ________.
Eastern ChristianityOrthodox ChurchSaint Thomas ChristiansEast–West Schism

Question 6: Until the ________, most baptisms were performed with the candidates completely naked—as is evidenced by most of the early portrayals of baptism (some of which are shown in this article), and the early Church Fathers and other Christian writers.
Early Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle AgesHigh Middle Ages

Question 7: Baptism of blood is that undergone by unbaptized individuals who are martyred for the Faith, while baptism of desire generally applies to ________ who die before they can be baptized.
Catholic ChurchCatechumenChristianityBible

Question 8: For example, Jews who (according to the Law of Moses) became ritually defiled by contact with a corpse had to use the ________ before being allowed to participate in the Holy Temple.
HalakhaMikvehJewish servicesTzedakah

Question 9: [105][106] On these three meanings of the word "immersion", see ________.
Immersion baptismNew TestamentNorth CarolinaUnited Methodist Church

Question 10: [148] It is considered a covenantal act, signifying entrance into the ________ of Christ.
Biblical canonNew CovenantBibleNew Testament
















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