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Christianity and Judaism: Quiz


Question 1: The subject of the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible, is the history of the ________, especially in terms of their relationship with God.
Black Hebrew IsraelitesIsraelitesKingdom of Israel (Samaria)Jewish ethnic divisions

Question 2: [1][2][3][4][5][6] Only in gentile (non-Jewish) settings is The Way referred to as ________.
ChristianJesusCatholic ChurchChristianity

Question 3: Both religions reject ________ on one hand and polytheism on the other.
Relationship between religion and scienceAtheismDavid HumeNontheism

Question 4: Catholicism teaches ________ ("Outside the Church there is no salvation"), which some, like Fr.
Pope Gregory ICatholic ChurchExtra Ecclesiam nulla salusPope Benedict XV

Question 5: The ________ branch of Hasidic Judaism has been an exception to this non-proselytizing standard, since in recent decades it has been actively promoting Noahide Laws for Gentiles as an alternative to Christianity.
Breslov (Hasidic dynasty)Amshinov (Hasidic dynasty)ChabadIzhbitza (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 6: ________ and other Christian festivals have no religious significance in Judaism and are not celebrated.
WassailingYule logYuleChristmas

Question 7: In Judaism, ________ is sometimes described as a place where God debates Talmudic law with the angels, and where Jews spend eternity studying the Written and Oral Torah.
Biblical canonAfterlifeMonotheismHeaven

Question 8: Traditionally, both Judaism and Christianity believe in the God of ________, Isaac and Jacob, for Jews the God of the Tanakh, for Christians the God of the Old Testament, the creator of the universe.
Enoch (Biblical figure)EberDavidAbraham

Question 9: The quintessential verbal expression of Judaism is the ________, the statement that the God of the Bible is their God, and that this God is unique and one.
Jewish servicesShema YisraelAmidahTorah reading

Question 10: Elements of the Oral Torah were committed to writing and edited by Judah HaNasi in the Mishnah in 200 CE; much more of the Oral Torah were committed to writing in the Babylonian and ________, which were edited around 600 CE and 450 CE, respectively.
AggadahGemaraJerusalem TalmudTosefta


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