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Question 1: The opposite position was defended by ________ who argued against the Judaizers.
Paul of TarsusChronology of JesusSaint PeterJohn the Apostle

Question 2: The position of the ________ was that this was a necessity, taking Christianity to remain fully within Judaism, including obedience to the Torah Laws.
Jewish ChristiansDidacheChristianity and JudaismJudaizers

Question 3: Other verses, such as Isaiah 2:4 and ________ 11:23 are generic references to any nation.
Book of LeviticusPsalmsBook of ExodusBook of Deuteronomy

Question 4: In the terminology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ("LDS Church"; see also ________) the word Gentile takes on different meanings in different contexts which may confuse some and alienate others.
MormonBrigham YoungJoseph Smith, Jr.Latter Day Saint movement

Question 5: Attached to this question was the ________, i.e., does a Gentile need to convert to Judaism before he can convert to Christianity.
Circumcision controversy in early ChristianityBibleBiblical law in ChristianityReligious male circumcision

Question 6: Some schools of British Israelism consider that most nations of western and Northern ________ are tribes of Israel as well, and thus non-gentile nations.
Eastern EuropeBalkansEuropeWestern Europe

Question 7: It serves as the Latin and subsequently English translation of the Hebrew words גוי (goy) and נכרי (nokhri) in the Old Testament and the Greek word ἔθνη (éthnē) in the ________.
GospelNew TestamentBiblical canonJesus

Question 8: In the ________, the word translates Greek terms for peoples in general, and is used specifically to indicate non-Jewish peoples, as in Jesus's command to the apostles in Matthew chapter 10:
GospelBibleBiblical canonNew Testament

Question 9: Gentile in the context of ________ meant "non-Jewish".
CrusadesBiblical canonEast–West SchismEarly Christianity

Question 10: In British Israelism, which claims that the ________ nations are direct descendants of the lost tribes of ancient Israel, the word gentiles is used to refer to all nations which are not of "Israelite" origin.
Anglo-SaxonsAnglesSaxonsGermanic peoples







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