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Ebionites: Quiz


Question 1: At the ________ (c 49),[55] Paul argued to abrogate Mosaic observances[57] for his non-Jewish converts.
Development of the New Testament canonCouncil of JerusalemHistory of ChristianityPaul of Tarsus

Question 2: Figures
John the Baptist
Simon Peter
Twelve Apostles
Simeon of Jerusalem
Paul of Tarsus
Patriarchs of Jerusalem
New TestamentApostle (Christian)James the JustSaint Peter

Question 3: The actual number of groups described as Ebionites is difficult to ascertain, as the contradictory ________ accounts in their attempt to distinguish various sects, sometimes confuse them with each other.
Early ChristianityEast–West SchismCatholic ChurchChurch Fathers

Question 4: Modern sects
Messianic Jews
Syrian Malabar Nasrani
DidacheJudaizersEbionitesJewish Christians

Question 5: Such a work was known to Hegesippus,[64] Origen[65] and to ________.
DidacheOrthodox ChurchClement of AlexandriaChurch Fathers

Question 6: The counter-missionary group Jews for Judaism favorably mentions the historical Ebionites in their literature in order to argue that "Messianic Judaism", as promoted by missionary groups such as ________, is Pauline Christianity misrepresenting itself as Judaism.
Christianity and JudaismJews for JesusAntisemitismEaster

Question 7: ________[64] mentions a Gospel of the Hebrews, often identified as the slightly modified Aramaic original of Matthew, written with Hebrew letters.
Timeline of ChristianityEusebius of CaesareaDevelopment of the New Testament canonEarly Christianity

Question 8: [66] ________ attributes this gospel to Nazarenes, and claims that Ebionites only possessed an incomplete, falsified, and truncated copy.
Orthodox ChurchJeromeEarly ChristianityEpiphanius of Salamis

Question 9: Regarding the Ebionites specifically, a number of scholars have different theories on how the Ebionites may have developed from an Essene ________ sect.
JudaismJewish messianismJewish eschatologyNevi'im

Question 10: The nature of the laws for the Gentiles described by James is contested (see ________).
Council of JerusalemDevelopment of the New Testament canonPaul of TarsusHistory of Christianity

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