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Intercession of saints: Quiz

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Question 1: Intercessory prayer is a petition made to ________ on behalf of others.
PantheismNontheismTheologyGod

Question 2: The ________ makes a distinction between a "Romish" and a "Patristic" doctrine concerning the invocation of saints, permitting the latter, but forbidding the former.
CatholicismAnglican CommunionAnglicanismEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 3: The Oxford Movement saw a revival of the Patristic practice, which is now found among High Church ________ and especially Anglo-Catholics.
Ecumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)CatholicismAnglicanism

Question 4: Those who oppose this practice usually do so over the problem of ________, as Jewish Law strictly prohibits making use of a mediator (melitz) or agent (sarsur) between oneself and the Almighty.
IdolatryMosesTen CommandmentsAbrahamic religions

Question 5: This practice is common mainly among Chasidic Jews[7], but also found in varying degrees among other usually ________ communities.
HalakhaHaredi JudaismChabadHasidic Judaism

Question 6: Also some ________ believe in saintly intercession.
Anglo-CatholicismHigh churchCatholicismAnglicanism

Question 7: Traditional ________ belief accounts that saints pray for the Church in general[2], but are not mediators of redemption.
Protestant ReformationSacramental unionLutheranismApostles' Creed

Question 8: Some Christians say that ________' parable of The Rich Man and Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31 indicates the ability of the dead to pray for the living.
JesusNew TestamentGospelNew Testament view on Jesus' life

Question 9: It strongest opposition is found largely among sectors of Modern Orthodox Judaism, Dor Daim and Talmide haRambam, and among aspects of the Litvish ________ community.
Hasidic JudaismChabadHalakhaHaredi Judaism

Question 10: ________ doctrine supports intercessory prayer to saints.
PopePope Gregory IPope John Paul IICatholic Church







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