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Question 1: The Christian movement called Pentecostalism derives its name from the event of ________, the coming of the Holy Spirit when Jesus' disciples were gathered in Jerusalem (see Acts 2).
EasterEaster MondayGreat LentPentecost

Question 2: In documents produced in Syriac by the early Miaphysite church (which later became the ________) the feminine gender of the word for spirit gave rise to a theology in which the Holy Spirit was considered feminine.
Saint Thomas ChristiansSyriac Orthodox ChurchSyriac ChristianityCoptic history

Question 3: The dove also parallels the one that brought the olive branch to ________ after the deluge (also a symbol of peace), and rabbinic traditions that doves above the water signify the presence of God.

Question 4: In those churches he is seen as the giver of natural and supernatural gifts, such as tongues and ________, to modern-day Christians.

Question 5: The majority of mainstream ________ hold similar views on the theology of the Holy Spirit as the Roman Catholic Church, as described above.
ChristianityProtestantismBaptistChristian denomination

Question 6: [citation needed] Nonetheless, the term Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) is found frequently in Talmudic and ________ literature.
MidrashBibleTanakhRabbinic literature

Question 7: The ________ also retains the original formula of the Creed without the Filioque.
Saint Thomas ChristiansAssyrian Church of the EastSyriac Orthodox ChurchSyriac Christianity

Question 8: The term is still retained in the traditional-language rites of the ________ Church.
CatholicismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)Anglicanism

Question 9: The ________ interprets the religious terms Father, Son, and Holy Spirit metaphysically, as three aspects of mind action: mind, idea, and expression.
New ThoughtReligious ScienceUnity ChurchJewish Science

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Scene by Filippo Lippi, 1459
  Both Hands of God (relatively unusual) and the Holy Spirit as a dove in Baptism of Christ, by Verrocchio, 1472.
  Stained glass in the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. John (Episcopal), Quezon City, Philippines
  The Holy Spirit depicted as a dove above the Holy Family, painting by Juan Simon Gutierrez


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