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Didache: Quiz


Question 1: The Didache is mentioned by ________ (c. 324) as the Teachings of the Apostles following the books recognized as canonical[13]:
First Council of NicaeaTimeline of ChristianityEarly ChristianityEusebius of Caesarea

Question 2: These prayers make no reference to the redemptive death of Christ, or remembrance, as formulated by ________ in 1Corinthians 11:23-34, see also Substitutionary atonement.
Paul of TarsusSaint PeterJohn the ApostleChronology of Jesus

Question 3: There are echoes in Justin Martyr, Tatian, Theophilus of Antioch, ________, and Lactantius.
Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Gregory ICyprian

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
Saint PeterJohn the BaptistClementine literatureSimon Magus

Question 5: In 1886, soon after the Didache was first published, and some sixty years before the discovery of the ________ and Nag Hammadi Codices, Scottish Professor M.
QumranEssenesTanakh at QumranDead Sea scrolls

Question 6: Then comes short extracts in common with the ________, together with a curious passage on giving and receiving, which is also cited with variations in Shepherd of Hermas (Mand., ii, 4-6).
New Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesusSermon on the MountDisciple (Christianity)

Question 7: Ancient sects
JudaizersEbionitesJewish ChristiansDidache

Question 8: Figures
John the Baptist
Simon Peter
Twelve Apostles
Simeon of Jerusalem
Paul of Tarsus
Patriarchs of Jerusalem
James the JustNew TestamentApostle (Christian)Saint Peter

Question 9: The second part (chapters 7 - 10) begins with an instruction on ________, which is to be conferred "in the Name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost" in “living water” (that is, natural flowing water), if it can be had — if not, in cold or even warm water.
Protestant ReformationBaptismInfant baptismLutheranism

Question 10: Chapter 3 attempts to explain how one vice leads to another: anger to murder, ________ to adultery, and so forth.
New TestamentConcupiscenceBaptismChristianity


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