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Heterodoxy: Quiz


Question 1: In ________, Sunni school of jurisprudence constitute vast majority of Muslims and is considered as orthodox.
MosqueIslamic schools and branchesIslamMuslim history

Question 2: By contrast, a denial of the doctrine of "________" (thereby negating the necessity of baptism for children) or Papal Infallibility -- would be labeled heretical.
Catholic ChurchTotal depravityOriginal sinThomas Aquinas

Question 3: In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the term is used to refer to ________ churches not belonging to the Eastern Orthodox communion and holding doctrines different from those of Orthodox Christianity.
ChristianityChristian denominationBaptistEcumenism

Question 4: [2] Also, it is used for any idea, thought, dogma, principle or lifestyle that is in conflict with the ________.
East–West SchismOrthodox ChurchChristianityEastern Christianity

Question 5: Heterodoxy in the ________ refers to views that differ from strictly orthodox views, but retain sufficient faithfulness to the original doctrine to avoid heresy.
Pope Gregory IPopePope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 6: The term heterodox is occasionally used by some ________ to refer to themselves when they are in disagreement with orthodox understandings, but voice this disagreement while still maintaining the overall value of the tradition.
BaptistChristian denominationChristianityEcumenism

Question 7: The ________ school of jurisprudence is considered heterodox.
Islamic schools and branchesIslamophobiaShia IslamIslamic theology

Question 8: [3] This was applied retroactively to ________, a spiritual practice introduced to the public in China by Li Hongzhi (李洪志) in 1992.
Falun GongThe Epoch TimesFalun Gong outside mainland ChinaTiananmen Square self-immolation incident

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