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Question 1: Belief that Jesus Christ is Divine, a doctrine officially clarified in the ________ and expressed in the Nicene Creed.
Council of ChalcedonHistory of the Catholic ChurchFirst Council of NicaeaHistory of Christianity

Question 2: The ________
Anglican Church of Papua New GuineaAnglican Church of Southern AfricaAnglicanismAnglican Church of Canada

Question 3: Some Anglicans believe in the ________ of Christ in the Eucharist.
Eucharistic theologyAnglican Eucharistic theologyReal PresenceTransubstantiation

Question 4: This division between the Western Church and the Eastern Church is called the ________.
CrusadesFirst seven Ecumenical CouncilsEast–West SchismCounter-Reformation

Question 5: ________
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Korean Presbyterian Church in America
International Council of Community Churches
National Asso.

Question 6: As stated in the ________, Baptism is "for the forgiveness of sins", not only personal sins, but also of original sin, which it remits even in infants who have committed no actual sins.
Lord's PrayerNicene CreedKyrieAgnus Dei

Question 7: Those who refused to accept the Council's ruling were largely Persian and are represented today by the ________ and related Churches, which, however, do not now hold a "Nestorian" theology.
Assyrian Church of the EastSyriac Orthodox ChurchSyriac ChristianitySaint Thomas Christians

Question 8: Only if Catholicism is understood in the sense given to the word by those who use it to distinguish their position from a Calvinistic or Puritan form of ________ is it meaningful to attempt to draw up a list of common characteristic beliefs and practices of Catholicism.
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationProtestantism

Question 9: Those, like the Old Catholic, ________, and some Lutheran and other denominations, that claim unbroken Apostolic Succession from the early Church, and see themselves as a constituent part of the Church.
CatholicismEpiscopal Church (United States)Ecumenical councilAnglicanism

Question 10: These provinces may take the form of national churches (such as in ________, Uganda, or Japan) or a collection of nations (such as the West Indies, Central Africa, or Southeast Asia).
BarbadosUnited KingdomCanadaUnited States
















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