Question 1: Liturgically, the church adhered to the ________.
Question 2: Christianity in China experienced a significant revival during the Mongol-created ________, established after the Mongols had conquered China in the 13th century.
Question 3: Several Mongol tribes had already been converted by Nestorian missionaries in the 7th century, and Christianity was therefore a major influence in the ________.
Question 5: In the 16th century, the Church of the East split into two groups, with one becoming the modern ________ and the other entering into communion with the Holy See as the Chaldean Catholic Church.
Question 6: These events, which marked the birth of the ________, created a permanent schism in the Church of the East.
Question 8: These early Christian communities were reinforced in the fourth and fifth centuries by large-scale deportations of Christians from the eastern ________.
Question 9: The Patriarchate of the Assyrian Church of the East is in exile in [3 ] ________, and that of the Ancient Church of the East is in Baghdad.
Question 10: Nestorius's doctrine was the culmination of a philosophical current developed by scholars at the School of Antioch, most notably Nestorius' mentor ________.