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Question 1: In this work, Epiphanius quotes the account of the ________ in the Gospel that the Ebionites used.
Baptism of JesusNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeNativity of JesusMinistry of Jesus

Question 2: ________ and others established Christian monasticism, and Gregory the Illuminator was responsible for Armenia becoming the first officially Christian country.
Catholic ChurchAnthony the GreatChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 3: As evidenced by the early historian St. Irenaeus there was also a belief in the Church of the importance of ________.
BishopOrthodox ChurchCatholic ChurchApostolic succession

Question 4: They rejected the Jewish-Christian ________ (see also Jewish-Christian Gospels) and all the other Gospels with the single exception of the Gospel of Marcion, which appears to be a redacted version of the Gospel of Luke.
Timeline of ChristianityEarly ChristianityNew TestamentGospel of the Hebrews

Question 5: The first monks lived in cities and villages, but only received great renown as they left for the wilderness and became hermits (________ monks).
AsceticismCatholic religious orderMonasticismHermit

Question 6: What started as a religious movement within first century Judaism therefore became, by the end of this period, the favored religion of the ________, as well as a significant religion outside the empire.
Roman EmpireWestern Roman EmpireRoman RepublicByzantine Empire

Question 7: It was considered to be the ________ and either fallen, as taught by Valentinus (c.
MonotheismPantheismGodDemiurge

Question 8: Services were known as ________ or love feasts.
Roman Catholic theologyTransubstantiationAgape feastEucharistic theology

Question 9: Early in the common era, several distinct religious sects, some of them Christian, adhered to an array of beliefs that would later be termed ________.
GnosticismSoulTheologyAtheism

Question 10: The word "Hades" was used in Acts 2:27-31 (as in the ________) to translate the word "sheol" of the Hebrew text of the Psalm there quoted.
SeptuagintNew TestamentBiblical apocryphaOld Testament







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