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Council of Jerusalem: Quiz


Question 1: Some scholars dispute that Galatians 2 is about the Council of Jerusalem (notably because Galatians 2 describes a private meeting) while other scholars dispute the ________.
Saint PeterApostle (Christian)Pontius PilateHistorical reliability of the Acts of the Apostles

Question 2: [7] See also Biblical law directed at non-Jews, Seven Laws of Noah, ________, and the Ten Commandments in Christianity.
Biblical law in ChristianityAntinomianismCircumcision controversy in early ChristianityNew Covenant

Question 3: ^  ________ when asked by a Gentile to teach the whole Torah while standing on one foot cited the negative form of the Golden Rule, also cited in Tobit 4:15.
TannaimHillel the ElderElisha ben AbuyahShammai

Question 4: Writings
Gospel of Matthew
Epistle of James
Gospel of the Ebionites
Gospel of the Hebrews
Gospel of the Nazoraeans
Liturgy of St James
John the BaptistClementine literatureSimon MagusSaint Peter

Question 5: ________ in Matthew 7:12, part of the Sermon on the Mount, cited the positive form as summary of the "Law and Prophets."
JesusNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew TestamentGospel

Question 6: The Christian communities looked to Jerusalem as its main centre and point of reference, see also ________, which is a possible reason why the Council was held in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem in ChristianityJerusalem during the Second Temple PeriodJerusalem in JudaismAelia Capitolina

Question 7: The Council of Jerusalem (or Apostolic Conference) is a name applied by historians to an ________ council dated to around the year 50.
Early ChristianityBiblical canonEast–West SchismCrusades

Question 8: Instead, Gentiles need only follow the ________ to be assured of a place in the "World to Come".
KabbalahSeven Laws of NoahTorahHalakha

Question 9: ________ in Introduction to the New Testament argues that they are the same event but each from a different viewpoint with its own bias.
Dei VerbumBiblical studiesRaymond E. BrownFundamentalist Christianity

Question 10: At the time, most followers of Jesus (which historians refer to as ________) were Jewish by birth and even converts would have considered the early Christians as a part of Judaism.
EbionitesJewish ChristiansChristianity and JudaismJudaizers


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