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Question 1: Christian Literature is writing that deals with ________ themes and incorporates the Christian world view.
Christian denominationEcumenismBaptistChristianity

Question 2: The Left Behind Series (1995-2007) - ________ and Jerry B. Jenkins
Tim LaHayeTribulation ForceThe Remnant (LaHaye novel)Second Coming

Question 3: Beginning with the parables of Jesus, there has been a long tradition of Christian allegory, including ________ 's Divine Comedy and John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress.
Dante AlighieriPeter AbelardPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 4: The Confessions of St. Augustine (397-398 AD) - ________
Anselm of CanterburyBlaise PascalThomas AquinasAugustine of Hippo

Question 5: Paradise Lost (1667) - ________
John MiltonComus (John Milton)John Milton's reception historyLycidas

Question 6: The Christian Faith (1820) - ________
Friedrich Daniel Ernst SchleiermacherFriedrich NietzscheGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel Kant

Question 7: The Pilgrim's Progress (1678) - ________
BaptistCharles SpurgeonReformed BaptistJohn Bunyan

Question 8: The Screwtape Letters (1942) - ________
C. S. LewisThe Great DivorceThe Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeMere Christianity

Question 9: Throughout the medieval period churches in Europe frequently performed ________, retelling the stories of the Bible.
Mystery playYorkYork Mystery PlaysChester Mystery Plays

Question 10: The tract (a small pamphlet containing an explanation of some point, or an appeal to the reader) was in use at the time of the Reformation and continues to be used as a part of ________.
JesusChristianityProselytismReligious conversion







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