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Question 1: When the Church of Alexandria was founded by Saint Mark [2]during the reign of the Roman emperor Nero, a great multitude of native ________ (as opposed to Greeks or Jews) embraced the Christian faith.
CairoAncient EgyptEgyptiansCopt

Question 2: The Council's findings were rejected by many of the Christians on the fringes of the ________, including Egyptians, Syrians, Armenians, and others.
Byzantine EmpireRoman EmpireByzantine IconoclasmWestern Roman Empire

Question 3: Coptic history is part of History of Egypt that begins with the introduction of Christianity in Egypt in the ________ AD during the Roman period, and covers the history of the Copts to the present day.
Saint Peter1st centuryTiberiusJesus

Question 4: In the year 381 AD, Saint Timothy I of Alexandria presided over the second ecumenical council known as the Ecumenical Council of Constantinople, which completed the Nicene Creed with this confirmation of the divinity of the ________:
Apostle (Christian)JesusNew TestamentHoly Spirit

Question 5: It was at ________ that the emperor, through the Imperial delegates, enforced harsh disciplinary measures against Pope Dioscorus in response of his boldness.
IstanbulConstantinopleChalcedonEast–West Schism

Question 6: The first ________ in Egypt were mainly Alexandrian Jews such as Theophilus, whom Saint Luke the Evangelist addresses in the introductory chapter of his gospel.
JesusCatholic ChurchChristianityChristian

Question 7: The Coptic community ceased to be regarded by the state as an administrative unit and, by ________, the main mark of Copts' inferiority, the Jizya tax, was lifted.
January 1March 418551928

Question 8: If Christ is in full humanity and in full divinity, then He is separate in two persons as the ________ teach.
ChristologyBiblical canonTrinityNestorianism

Question 9: However, in the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, "Christ was conceived of the Holy Spirit and of the Virgin Mary," thus the foundation of the definition according to the Non-Chalcedonian adherents, according to the Christology of ________ is valid.
Cyril of AlexandriaAthanasius of AlexandriaBasil of CaesareaJohn Chrysostom

Question 10: As a consequence of this, he denied the title "Mother of God" (Theotokos) to the Virgin Mary, declaring her instead to be "Mother of Christ" ________.
Blessed Virgin MaryRoman Catholic MariologyTheotokosBlessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)







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