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Christian heresy: Quiz

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Question 1: Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Lutheran Church–Canada
________
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran SynodLutheranism by regionEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaHigh Church Lutheranism

Question 2: Brethren in Christ • site
Churches of Christ • site
Fellowship of Ind. Evangelical Churches • site
Latter-day Saints • site
Quakers/ ________ • site
Quakers/ Ireland Yearly Meeting • site
Britain Yearly MeetingEnglandScotlandQuaker Life

Question 3: At times there have been many heresies over single points of doctrine, particularly in regard to the nature of the ________, the doctrine of transubstantiation and the immaculate conception.
ChristologyTrinityGod in ChristianityBiblical canon

Question 4: Since the time of the apostles, the term anathema has come to mean a form of extreme religious sanction beyond ________, known as major excommunication.
New TestamentShunningBishopExcommunication

Question 5: The Sixth Ecumenical Council is the third of Constantinople in 681; it declared that Christ has two wills of his two natures, human and divine, contrary to the teachings of the ________.
MonothelitismPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchEcthesis

Question 6: of Congregational Christian Churches
Presbyterian Church (USA)
________
Reformed Church in America
United Church of Christ
Presbyterian Church in AmericaReformed Church in the United StatesNorth American Presbyterian and Reformed CouncilAssociate Reformed Presbyterian Church

Question 7: The church had little power to actually punish heretics in the early years, other than by ________.
New TestamentBishopExcommunicationShunning

Question 8: In later years, the Church instituted the ________, an official body charged with the suppression of heresy.
CrusadesInquisitionReconquistaSpanish Inquisition

Question 9: Another example of a medieval heretic movement is the ________ movement in the Czech lands in the early 1400s.
Hussite WarsHussiteJan HusPrague

Question 10: Christianity is composed of, but not limited to, five major branches of Churches: Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, ________ and Protestant; some groupings include Anglicans amongst Protestants.
Personal ordinariateEpiscopal Church (United States)AnglicanismEcumenical council







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