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Question 1: Christ, as the Word (John 1:1-18)/________ is the Source of revelation.
DemiurgeLogosTrinityChristian apologetics

Question 2: In this time period, the Christological views of various groups within the broader Christian community led to accusations of heresy, and, infrequently, subsequent ________.
Religious persecutionRacismReligious intoleranceIslamophobia

Question 3: “Secondly, he was free from inherent sin (or "________").”[14]
Total depravityOriginal sinCatholic ChurchThomas Aquinas

Question 4: This however was seen as a denial of Jesus' true humanity, and the view was condemned at the ________.
First Council of ConstantinopleCouncil of ChalcedonHistory of ChristianityFirst Council of Nicaea

Question 5: The Christological controversies came to a head at the ________ (325), at which the church defined the persons of the Godhead and their relationship with one another.
History of the Catholic ChurchHistory of ChristianityCouncil of ChalcedonFirst Council of Nicaea

Question 6: Christology is related to questions concerning the nature of God like Trinitarianism, Unitarianism or ________.
DeityGod in ChristianityTrinityBinitarianism

Question 7: They affirmed that Jesus is both fully divine and fully human, making this part of ________ Christian declaration/creed.
East–West SchismOrthodoxyOrthodox ChurchChristianity

Question 8: Christology (from Christ and Greek -λογία, -logia) is a field of study within Christian theology which is concerned with the nature of Jesus ________.
GospelChristNew TestamentHoly Spirit

Question 9: Christology was a fundamental concern from the ________ (325) until the Third Council of Constantinople (680).
History of the Catholic ChurchCouncil of ChalcedonFirst Council of NicaeaHistory of Christianity

Question 10: Other groups, including ________, held docetic views which argued that Christ was a spiritual being that only appeared to have a physical body.
AtheismTheologyGnosticismSoul







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