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Question 1: ________: The general doctrine that no faith is necessary for justified belief in God's existence and/or the doctrine that God does not intervene in earthly affairs (contrasts with Fideism).
PantheismMonotheismDeismPandeism

Question 2: Restorationism (Christian primitivism): The doctrine that most of the modern Church is apostate; includes the ________, Seventh-day Adventists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Latter Day Saints.
Great DisappointmentAdventismMillerismWilliam Miller (preacher)

Question 3: Monarchianism: doctrines regarding Christ's ________
DivinityGodMisotheismDeity

Question 4: Constructive theology—generally another name for systematic theology; also specifically a postmodernist approach to systematic theology, applying (among other things) ________, queer theory, deconstructionism, and hermeneutics to theological topics
Feminist theoryTransfeminismGender studiesLesbian feminism

Question 5: ________ (a "holding place" after death where souls are purified before entering heaven);
Orthodox ChurchPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPurgatory

Question 6: Moral theology—explores the moral and ________ dimensions of the religious life
UtilitarianismEthicsAristotleConscience

Question 7: ________/polemics—studying Christian theology as it compares to non-Christian worldviews in order to defend the faith and challenge beliefs that lie in contrast with Christianity
TrinityChristian apologeticsApologeticsBiblical canon

Question 8: ________ (the Pope being infallible in matters of religion and morality);
Pope Benedict XVIPapal infallibilityPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 9: ________: Rejects a holy "Trinity" and also the divinity of Christ, with some exceptions (see modalism).
UnitarianismUnitarian Universalist Christian FellowshipChristian UniversalismUnitarian Christian Association

Question 10: Soteriology—the study of the nature and means of ________.
ChristianityJesusBaptismSalvation







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