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Great Apostasy: Quiz


Question 1: The ________ stated the Church as the pilgrim "people of God" and the collegiality of all the bishops "in communion" with the Pope.
Pope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVICatholic ChurchSecond Vatican Council

Question 2: In sympathy with this assessment, philosopher Jacques Ellul, in "Anarchy and Christianity", mentions a dramatic shift in AD 313, at the ________.
Synod of ElviraFirst Council of NicaeaEcumenical councilBishop

Question 3: Fasting is a biblical practice from even Old Testament times, and was mentioned by Jesus in the ________ and reportedly practiced by him as well.
Disciple (Christianity)GospelNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeSermon on the Mount

Question 4: It also appears to reflect the subset of Gnostic beliefs that all material things of this world are inherently ________, or at best temporary, and that only invisible, spiritual thoughts and actions can draw us closer to God.
PhilosophyEvilChristian philosophyJewish philosophy

Question 5: ________ 2:3-12 was held also to refer to a coming great apostasy.
First Epistle to the ThessaloniansSecond Epistle to the ThessaloniansNew TestamentEpistle to the Ephesians

Question 6: The ________ is attributed to James the Just but was certainly written no later than the second century; it lays out additional details of Mary's life.
Gospel of JamesSaint JosephNew Testament apocryphaMary (mother of Jesus)

Question 7: They affirm that there shall be times when errors shall predominate, as they believe is foretold in the ________.
BibleBiblical canonNevi'imChristianity and Judaism

Question 8: Orthodox Churches also note that the Roman Catholic Church has added doctrines since the time of the ________, which justifies disunity between Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches.
CrusadesFirst seven Ecumenical CouncilsEast–West SchismCounter-Reformation

Question 9: This article was abrogated in 1967 by the ________, the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)ProtestantismPresbyterianismFundamentalist–Modernist Controversy

Question 10: A number of Protestant denominations tend to think of many of the Catholic ________, and most of the rituals, as accommodations to the popular tastes of unconverted people through the centuries, incompatible with biblical faith.
EasterChristmas controversyHolidayChristmas


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