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Cyril of Jerusalem: Quiz

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Question 1: Separating from his metropolitan, ________, a partisan of Arius, St.
Arian controversyEudoxius of AntiochAcacius of CaesareaFirst Council of Nicaea

Question 2: Parallel with the exposition of the ________ as it was then received in the Church of Jerusalem are vigorous polemics against pagan, Jewish, and heretical errors.
Biblical canonCreedCatholicismChristianity

Question 3: Cyril's jurisdiction over Jerusalem was expressly confirmed by the ________ (381), at which he was present.
First Council of NicaeaCouncil of ChalcedonHistory of ChristianityFirst Council of Constantinople

Question 4: The ________ Emperor Valens banished him once more in 367.
ArianismGothic ChristianityFranksGermanic Christianity

Question 5: Cyril was teaching Nicene and not ________ doctrine in his catechism.
ArianismGothic ChristianityGermanic ChristianityFranks

Question 6: This article includes content derived from the Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, 1914, which is in the ________.
Copyright infringementPublic domainIntellectual propertyCopyright

Question 7: After a general introduction, eighteen lectures follow for the competentes, and the remaining five are addressed to the newly baptized, in preparation for the reception of ________.
TransubstantiationEucharistic theologySacramental breadEucharist

Question 8: His doctrine of the Resurrection is not quite so realistic as that of other Fathers; but his conception of the Church is decidedly empirical—the existing catholic Church form is the true one, intended by Christ, the completion of the Church of the ________.
Old TestamentBibleBiblical canonBiblical apocrypha

Question 9: He is venerated as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the ________.
CatholicismEpiscopal Church (United States)Anglican CommunionAnglicanism

Question 10: In 1883, Cyril was declared a ________ by Pope Leo XIII.
East–West SchismTimeline of ChristianityHistory of the Catholic ChurchDoctor of the Church







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