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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Stormtroopers holding German Christians propaganda during the Church Council elections on July 23, 1933 at St. Mary's Church, Berlin. These elections resulted in the merger of the German state churches.
  The Athanasian Creed teaches that unless one holds the faith[99] "whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish everlastingly."
  University of Jena at 1770, no longer a stronghold of orthodox Lutheranism. During the 1700s, Germany turned to Rationalism.
  Luther's translation of the Bible, from 1534

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  The Athanasian Creed teaches that unless one holds the faith[99] "whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish everlastingly."
  A.C. Article 18: Of Free Will[134]
  University of Helmstedt during the Syncretistic Controversy
  Hallowed be Thy Name by Cranach illustrates a Lutheran pastor preaching Christ crucified.

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Pope John Paul II preaching in the only Lutheran church in Rome
  A Haugean conventicle, a gathering similar to the cell groups of today.
  "even though I am a sinner and deserving of death and hell, this shall nonetheless be my consolation and my victory that my Lord Jesus lives and has risen so that He, in the end, might rescue me from sin, death, and hell."—Luther[146]
  The Athanasian Creed teaches that unless one holds the faith[99] "whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish everlastingly."

Question 4: The ________, published in 1580, contains ten documents which some Lutherans believe are faithful and authoritative explanations of Holy Scripture.
LutheranismBook of ConcordPhilipp MelanchthonProtestant Reformation

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  University of Helmstedt during the Syncretistic Controversy
  Faith Lutheran School in Hong Kong.
  University of Jena around 1600. Jena was the center of Gnesio-Lutheran activity during the controversies leading up to the Formula of Concord.
  "Scripture does not teach calling on the saints or pleading for help from them. For it sets before us Christ alone as mediator, atoning sacrifice, high priest, and intercessor."—A.C. Article XXI.[177]

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Moses and Elijah point the sinner looking for God's salvation to the cross to find it.
  A Haugean conventicle, a gathering similar to the cell groups of today.
  Martin Luther church in Sydney, Australia
  Divine Service is conducted according to the Agenda.

Question 7: In 1817, ________ ordered the Lutheran and Reformed churches in his territory to unite, forming the Evangelical Church of the Prussian Union.
Frederick William IV of PrussiaFrederick William III of PrussiaFrederick William I of PrussiaFrederick William II of Prussia

Question 8: After the death of Luther in 1546, the ________ started out as a conflict between two German Lutheran rulers in 1547.
Schmalkaldic LeaguePhilipp MelanchthonProtestant ReformationSchmalkaldic War

Question 9: On the other hand, other Lutherans are practice varying degrees of ________ and allow preachers from other Christian denominations in their pulpits.
Eucharistic theologyClosed communionEucharistOpen communion

Question 10: the ________ and the message of the four Canonical Gospels.
Christianity and JudaismTen CommandmentsBiblical canonBible
















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