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Question 1: As Christianity grew and became more accepted by ________, rooms and, eventually, entire buildings were set aside for the explicit purpose of Christian worship.

Question 2: However, following the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70, the new Christian movement and Rabbinic Judaism increasingly parted ways, see also ________.
History of early ChristianityList of events in early ChristianityChristianity in the 1st centuryTimeline of Christianity

Question 3: Temple worship was a ritual involving sacrifice, occasionally including the sacrifice of animals in atonement for sin, offered to ________.
TorahYahwehIslam and JudaismKabbalah

Question 4: The Church became overwhelmingly Gentile sometime in the 4th century, the era of ________.
Catholic ChurchConstantine I and ChristianitySaint StephenPope Gregory I

Question 5: It could serve as a meeting place for ________ or a hall for banquets.
CapitalismTrade unionFree marketGuild

Question 6: ________ were sometimes performed in cathedrals, and cathedrals might also be used for fairs.
York Mystery PlaysChester Mystery PlaysYorkMystery play

Question 7: After the Roman Empire became officially ________, see Edict of Thessalonica, the term came by extension to refer to a large and important church that has been given special ceremonial rites by the Pope.
ChristianityCatholic ChurchChristianJesus

Question 8: A common architecture for churches is the shape of a cross (a long central rectangle, with side rectangles, and a rectangle in front for the ________ space or sanctuary).
Altar clothAltarBishopGospel (liturgy)

Question 9: The Syrian city of ________ on the West bank of the Euphrates was an outpost town between the Roman and Parthian empires.
DamascusAramaic languageSassanid EmpireDura-Europos

Question 10: The church at Dura Europos has a special room dedicated for ________ with a large baptismal font.
Protestant ReformationBaptismLutheranismInfant baptism


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