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Lutheran sacraments: Quiz


Question 1: Lutherans teach baptism to be necessary, but not absolutely necessary, for ________.
Christian theologyChristianitySalvationJesus

Question 2: [14] Though in some Lutheran churches, Holy Orders refers to the three orders of ________, priest and deacon, or the sacrament or rite by which candidates are ordained to those orders.

Question 3: ________ is a public profession of faith prepared for by long and careful instruction.
Catholic ChurchConfirmationHoly OrdersBaptism

Question 4: The German language uses for Lutheran confirmation a different word (Konfirmation) from the word used for the same Sacrament in the ________ (Firmung).
PopeCatholic ChurchPope Gregory IPope John Paul II

Question 5: Holy Absolution is done privately to a pastor, where, following the person (known as the penitent) confessing sins that trouble them and making an Act of Contrition, the pastor announces God's forgiveness to the person, as the ________ is made.
Nicene CreedSign of the CrossLord's PrayerApostles' Creed

Question 6: The ________ Sacraments are "sacred acts of divine institution".
Apostles' CreedLutheranismProtestant ReformationSacramental union

Question 7: ________ taught that each individual was expected to fulfill his God-appointed task in everyday life.
Martin LutherProtestant ReformationLutheranismPhilipp Melanchthon

Question 8: This ________ is known as the Sacramental Union.
Eucharistic theologyTransubstantiationRoman Catholic theologySacramental bread

Question 9: The Lutheran Church, like others, use James 5:14-15 as biblical reference for ________.
BaptismAnointing of the SickSacramentProtestant Reformation

Question 10: ________ defined a sacrament as an act or rite:
Protestant ReformationPhilipp MelanchthonMartin LutherLutheranism


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