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Question 1: ________ used the word kyriake in a passage of his letter to the Magnesians that has often been cited as early evidence of Christianity's change from observance of seventh-day Sabbath to observance of Sunday.
Ignatius of AntiochJeromeHistory of the Catholic ChurchIrenaeus

Question 2: ________ 2:42, "breaking bread"; and Acts 20:7, breaking bread on the first day of the week).
Acts of the ApostlesGospelNew TestamentAuthors of the Bible

Question 3: The first undisputed reference to the Lord's Day is in the apocryphal ________, probably written about the middle of the second century or perhaps the first half of that century.
Saint PeterJesusGospel of PeterGospel of John

Question 4: Perhaps the second appearance of kyriake as a reference to Sunday is in the The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles or ________, a document that may have been written in the latter decades of the first century, or perhaps in one of the early decades of the second.
Saint StephenDidacheCatholic ChurchVulgate

Question 5: 1:10 should be interpreted as a reference to seventh-day Sabbath, see also Sabbath in the Bible and ________.
Liturgical yearPredestinationSabbath in ChristianityEaster

Question 6: Some ________ writers have argued that because Jesus identified himself as "Lord even of the Sabbath day" (cf.
Seventh-day Adventist theologySeventh-day Adventist ChurchInvestigative judgmentSabbath in seventh-day churches

Question 7: However, in the ________, the Greek translation of the Old Testament, as well as in the original Greek texts of the New Testament, the eschatological judgment day is called hemera tou kyriou, never kyriake hemera.
Old TestamentSeptuagintNew TestamentBiblical apocrypha

Question 8: "Lord's Day" is the English translation of the ________ kyriake hemera, a term that first appears in Christian literature in the latter half of the first century.
Attic GreekDoric GreekAncient GreekAeolic Greek

Question 9: The first appearance of the term kyriake hemera is in the New Testament, in the ________, which was written in the latter decades of the first century.
2 EsdrasBook of DanielGospel of JohnBook of Revelation


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