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  • Sir Francis Gawdy, his father and his two older half-brothers were all baptised Thomas Gawdy, although Francis had his name changed at his confirmation?

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Question 1: Lutheran Churches do not treat confirmation as a dominical sacrament of the Gospel, considering that only ________ and the Eucharist (and, among some Lutherans, Sacramental Holy Absolution) can be regarded as such.
Protestant ReformationLutheranismInfant baptismBaptism

Question 2: Another celebration known as "Confirmation" is used in Reform and Conservative Jewish synagogues as a rite of passage for young ________ men and women around the age of 13.
SamaritanJewsKabbalahJudaism

Question 3: When, in application of the ________'s Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy,[17] the confirmation rite was revised in 1971, mention of this gesture was omitted.
Second Vatican CouncilCatholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVI

Question 4: One view of some Anglicans, expressed in the 16th Century Thirty-Nine Articles, is that confirmation is "not to be counted for Sacraments of the Gospel" (a term meaning ________ and the Holy Eucharist).
Infant baptismBaptismLutheranismProtestant Reformation

Question 5: Also, in the ________, Chapter 14, Christ speaks of the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles (John 14:15-26).
Gospel of MarkNew TestamentGospel of MatthewGospel of John

Question 6: It has two purposes: (1) to confirm the participant as a member of the church, and (2) to give the participant the Gift of the Holy Ghost, which provides the recipient with ________.
Spiritual giftPentecostalismChristianityNew Testament

Question 7: In the Latter Day Saint movement, confirmation is an ordinance that takes place soon after ________.
LutheranismProtestant ReformationBaptismInfant baptism

Question 8: When the ________ met disciples in Ephesus who had only received the baptism of John the Baptist, they received Christian baptism and then Paul laid hands upon them and "the Holy Spirit came on them" (Acts 19:2-6).
Chronology of JesusSaint PeterJohn the ApostlePaul of Tarsus

Question 9: Later, after his Resurrection, Jesus breathed upon them and they received the Holy Spirit (John 20:22), a process completed on the day of ________ (Acts 2:1-4).
Great LentEasterPentecostEaster Monday

Question 10: In traditional Protestant faiths (Presbyterian, Methodist, ________, Evangelical etc.) it is recognized by a coming of age ceremony.
LutheranismApostles' CreedProtestant ReformationSacramental union







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