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Ecclesiastical polity: Quiz


Question 1: During the Protestant Reformation, arguments were made that the ________ prescribed structures quite different from that of the Roman Catholic Church of the day, and different Protestant bodies used different types of polity.
Biblical canonJesusNew TestamentGospel

Question 2: These synods, subject to presidency by higher ranking bishops, may govern the dioceses which are represented in the council, though the ________ may also be purely advisory.
SynodAnglicanismCatholic ChurchChristianity

Question 3: ________ dispenses with titled positions such as bishop as a requirement of church structure.
Restoration MovementProtestantismChristianityCongregationalist polity

Question 4: For example, in Mormonism, the "bishop" occupies the office that in an ________ church would be occupied by a priest.
CatholicismAnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 5: In ________ the church is viewed as a single polity headed by the pope.
Catholic ChurchEast–West SchismCrusadesCatholicism

Question 6: Churches having episcopal polity are governed by ________.

Question 7: One major exception is ________, where even congregationalist churches often invite members of the vicinage or association to ordain their called pastor.

Question 8: Members may be sent from the congregation to associations that are sometimes identified with the church bodies formed by Lutherans, Presbyterians, ________, and other non-congregational Protestants.
AnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)Catholicism

Question 9: Ecclesiastical polity is the operational and governance structure of a church or ________.
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 10: (________)
Free Software FoundationGNU Free Documentation LicenseGNU Lesser General Public LicenseGNU General Public License


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