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Question 1: Being historically influenced by the church of the ________, and has become part of the wider Eastern Orthodox Church.
Byzantine EmpireByzantine IconoclasmWestern Roman EmpireRoman Empire

Question 2: Another Apostle, Saint Matthias, is said to have preached in the southwest of Georgia, and to have been buried in Gonio, a village not far from ________.
TskhinvaliBatumiPotiKutaisi

Question 3: Some Christian sources also attest to the presence in Georgia of the Apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus who came north from ________.
ArmeniaTurkeyPolandGreece

Question 4: Since the 4th century A.D., Georgian Orthodoxy has been the ________ in parts of Georgia, and it remains the country's largest religious institution.
Major religious groupsChristianityState religionReligions by country

Question 5: History
________
Crusades
Ecumenical council
Christianization of Bulgaria
Christianization of Kievan Rus'
East-West Schism
By region
Asian - Copts
Eastern Orthodox - Georgian - Ukrainian
Roman EmpireWestern Roman EmpireByzantine IconoclasmByzantine Empire

Question 6: According to Britannica Encyclopedia, Georgia remained under the influence of neighbouring Armenia (the Armenian Apostolic Church) and in the ecclesiastical sphere of the Apostolic See of ________[2].
EphesusAthensCorinthAntioch

Question 7: It is an autocephalous (self-headed) part of the ________.
Eastern ChristianityEast–West SchismChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 8: In 1010, the Catholicos of Kartli was elevated to the honor of ________.
East–West SchismCatholic Church hierarchyPopePatriarch

Question 9: From 303, Saint Nino of ________ (left) later honoured as 'Equal to the Apostles', preached Christianity in the Georgian kingdom of Iberia (Eastern Georgia).
BithyniaCappadociaGalatiaLydia

Question 10: Liturgy and Worship
Sign of the cross
Divine Liturgy
Iconography
________
Omophorion
MonkChristianityJesusAsceticism







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