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Question 1: ________ spoke sharply against the concept of the Trinity in most of his works.
Emanuel SwedenborgGottfried LeibnizImmanuel KantSoul

Question 2: In ________, God is called "Father" in a previously unheard-of sense, besides being the creator and nurturer of creation, and the provider for his children, his people.
Christian denominationChristianityEcumenismBaptist

Question 3: Christology was a fundamental concern from the ________ (325) until the Third Council of Constantinople (680).
Council of ChalcedonHistory of ChristianityHistory of the Catholic ChurchFirst Council of Nicaea

Question 4: [15] The core Christian belief is that, through the death and resurrection of Jesus, sinful humans can be reconciled to God and thereby are offered salvation and the promise of eternal life, see also ________.
BibleNew CovenantBiblical canonNew Testament

Question 5: At first, nontrinitarians were executed (such as Servetus), or forced to keep their beliefs secret (such as ________).
Immanuel KantPlatoRené DescartesIsaac Newton

Question 6: The core of Jesus' self-interpretation was his "filial consciousness", his relationship to God as child to parent in some unique sense[1] (see ________ controversy).
FilioqueEast–West SchismCatholic ChurchEcumenical council

Question 7: His mission on earth proved to be that of enabling people to know God as their Father, which Christians believe is the essence of ________.

Question 8: These include ________, Christian Scientists, Jehovah's Witnesses, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Unitarians.

Question 9: The Cappadocian Fathers used this Eastern Orthodox monarchian understanding to explain why trinitarianism is not tritheism: "God is one because the Father is one", said ________ in the fourth century.
Athanasius of AlexandriaJohn ChrysostomByzantine RiteBasil of Caesarea

Question 10: [1 Cor 3:16] Jesus described the Holy Spirit[Jn 14:26] as paracletus in ________, derived from Greek.
Vulgar LatinLatinOld LatinRoman Empire


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