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Question 1: Lazarus is commemorated in the Calendar of Saints of the ________ on July 29 together with Mary and Martha.
Sacramental unionLutheranismApostles' CreedProtestant Reformation

Question 2: Since the ________, the site of the tomb has been occupied by the al-Uzair Mosque.
15th century17th century11th century16th century

Question 3: In 1143, King Fulk and Queen Melisende of Jerusalem purchased the village of Bethany from the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem in exchange for land near ________.
Dura, HebronHalhulBani Na'imHebron

Question 4: [4] He is identified as the brother of the sisters Mary and ________.
New TestamentMarthaJesusMary Magdalene

Question 5: It explains the crowds seeking Jesus on Palm Sunday, and leads directly to the decision of ________ and the Sanhedrin to kill Jesus.
James the JustNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeCaiaphasPontius Pilate

Question 6: Such apostolic connections were central to the claims to autocephaly made by the bishops of Kittim—subject to the ________—during the period 325–413.
Greek Orthodox Patriarch of JerusalemGreek Orthodox Church of JerusalemOrthodox ChurchPalestine

Question 7: In music, a popular retelling of the biblical Lazarus story from the point of view of Lazarus in heaven is the 1984 gospel story-song "Lazarus Come Forth" by ________ artist Carman.
Christian metalContemporary Christian musicChristian music industryChristian music festival

Question 8: Lazarus over his tomb; fortified the complex with a tower; and bestowed the nuns of the convent with the estates of the village of ________.

Question 9: , a short story entitled 'Lazarus' by Russian writer Leonid Andreyev,[35] and "Lady Lazarus", a poem written by ________.
Robert LowellTed HughesAnne SextonSylvia Plath

Question 10: There is no mention of a church at Bethany until the late 4th century C.E., but both the historian ________[13] (c.
Timeline of ChristianityDevelopment of the New Testament canonEusebius of CaesareaEarly Christianity


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