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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
________
Didache
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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