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was the idea of a superintendent of a Christian flag U.S. Sunday school who gave a speech asking students what a flag representing Christianity would look like?
required simultaneous attacks on the Crusade of Varna Muslim Ottoman Empire by Christian Hungary and the Muslim Karamanids, which did not occur?
Solomon Islander , who had converted to Peter Ambuofa Christianity while working on a sugar plantation in Queensland, was left to starve by his own relatives when he returned home?
Christian mission founded by on her brothers’ sugar Florence Young plantation in Queensland led her to make annual trips to the Solomon Islands for twenty years?
Islam, is the charge that Tahrif Jewish and Christian holy books have been subject to change, alteration or forgery?
it is estimated that 40% of the
Tamil and Malayalam Nadar caste are Christians?
of 1536 between Franco-Ottoman alliance Francis I and Suleiman the Magnificent has been called "the first nonideological diplomatic alliance" between a Christian and a non-Christian power?
princely family claims descent from Lieven Caupo of Turaida, one of the first Livonians to convert to Christianity?
are Butts Muslims, although some practice Hinduism or Christianity?
Christians stopped by the dedication ceremony for 's Spring Glen Synagogue Torah scrolls and presented the congregation with a Bible?
the origins of the
date to Saint Eliseus' efforts in the first century AD to spread Church of Caucasian Albania Christianity to the area?
Russian orientalist of Azeri origin, , was converted to Muhammad Ali Kazim-bey Christianity by Scottish Presbyterian missionaries in 1821?
, a Southern California Sunburst community commune combining elements of mysticism, Christianity and Hopi rituals, was once one of the largest shippers of organic products in the U.S.?
the date of the
translation (pictured) of a Christian saint's relics was often observed as a separate feast day?
in 1675 bones of five
Christian saints and one Hungarian monarch were discovered at the in Pula Cathedral Croatia?
in 1289, when the
Mamluks led by Qalawun captured Tripoli (depicted in artwork) in present-day Lebanon from the Franks, they ended 180 years of uninterrupted Christian rule, the longest of any of the major Frankish conquests in the Levant?
changed drastically when jewellery in the Pacific missionaries began converting many Pacific nations to Christianity?
, chief of the Ruatara Ngā Puhi, hosted the first Christian mission in New Zealand in 1814?
of the Charles Grant British East India Company wanted it to promote Christianity as well as trade in India?
, a Beatus of Lungern first century Christian missionary to Switzerland, is often depicted as a monk fighting a dragon?
television writer rarely watched television until he was fourteen because of his parents' fundamental Josh Senter Christian beliefs?
is Anonymous Christian Karl Rahner's controversial theological premise used to postulate that people can be saved through Christ even if they explicitly reject Christianity?
invented the Saint Stephen of Perm Permian alphabet for the Komi people in order to facilitate their education and eventual conversion to Christianity?
in St. Assam's Church Raheny, Dublin, has been the site of Christian worship since 1189?
, "the Ernst Lohmeyer Christian faith is only Christian as long as it retains in its heart the Jewish faith"?
an inquiry into
s execution for his refusal to convert to Sidhom Bishay' Islam and renounce Christianity resulted in the dismissal of a judge and a governor?
Ronald Enroth's book , " Churches That Abuse spiritual abuse can take place in the context of doctrinally sound, Bible-preaching, fundamentalist, conservative Christianity"?
goblet of Communion wine reportedly helped Saint Donatus of Arezzo convert 79 pagans to Christianity?
gave up a professional Tom Edur ice hockey career at the age of 24 to study Christianity?
Dan Brown's depictions of core aspects of Christianity and the history of the Roman Catholic Church in his most famous novel have generated numerous among critics who feel that much of what he wrote is factually inaccurate?
criticisms of The Da Vinci Code
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Question 1: Some Europeans (including diaspora), ________, and natives of other continents have revived their respective peoples' historical folk religions.
Question 3: ________, like Jews and Roman pagans of his time, believed that sacrifice can bring about new kinship ties, purity, and eternal life.
Question 4: The Roman Catholic and Orthodox canons include other books from the [70 ] ________ which Roman Catholics call Deuterocanonical.
Question 5: The ________ ( Symbolum Apostolorum) was developed between the 2nd and 9th centuries.
Question 6: [46 ] ________, an early Christian convert and missionary, wrote, "If Christ was not raised, then all our preaching is useless, and your trust in God is useless." [ 1 Cor. 15:14] [47 ]
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Question 8: In the words of the [57 ] ________, an early statement of Christian belief, "the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God, and yet there are not three Gods but one God".
Question 9: There are a variety of congregational ________, including thanksgiving, confession, and intercession, which occur throughout the service and take a variety of forms including recited, responsive, silent, or sung.
Question 10: Arguments over death and resurrection claims occur at many religious ________ and interfaith dialogues.