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East–West Schism: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: The ________, the Massacre of the Latins in 1182, the capture and sack of Constantinople in 1204, and the imposition of Latin Patriarchs made reconciliation more difficult.
East–West SchismCrusadesFirst seven Ecumenical CouncilsCounter-Reformation

Question 2: The ________ is still considered proof by the East that the West ultimately succeeded in its endeavor to destroy the East.
History of the Eastern Roman EmpireFourth CrusadeByzantine EmpireIndex of Byzantine Empire-related articles

Question 3: [3] It was closely identified with ________, who preached[4] and was martyred there, and the Apostle Peter, who was a martyr there as well.
Paul of TarsusChronology of JesusJohn the ApostleHistory of Christianity

Question 4: At the heart of the issue was the teaching of the Essence-Energies distinctions (which states that while creation can never know God's uncreated essence, it can know His uncreated energies) by ________.
Gregory PalamasOrthodox ChurchByzantine RiteHesychasm

Question 5: [56] It was qualified as such by some of the Eastern Orthodox Church's saints, including Photios I of Constantinople, Mark of Ephesus, ________, who have been called the Three Pillars of Orthodoxy.
Byzantine RiteGregory PalamasHierotheos (Vlachos)Hesychasm

Question 6: At the 879-880 Council of Constantinople the ________ anathematized the "Filioque" phrase, "as a novelty and augmentation of the Creed", and in their 1848 encyclical the Eastern Patriarchs spoke of it as a heresy.
Orthodox ChurchEastern ChristianityChristianityEast–West Schism

Question 7: The influence of St ________ and, by extension, that of Thomas Aquinas in the western Mediterranean on this issue are not generally accepted in the Orthodox Church.
Anselm of CanterburyBlaise PascalAugustine of HippoDuns Scotus

Question 8: Pope John Paul II recited the Nicene Creed several times with patriarchs of the ________ in Greek according to the original text.
Eastern ChristianityEast–West SchismOrthodox ChurchChristianity

Question 9: The patriarchs of ________ often tried to adopt an imperious position over the other patriarchs.
Byzantine EmpireHagia SophiaByzantine navyConstantinople

Question 10: Another point of theological contention between the western and eastern churches, is the doctrine of purgatory (as it was shown at the Second Council of Lyons and the ________).
Council of VienneCouncil of ChalcedonCouncil of FlorenceFirst Council of Nicaea
















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