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Miaphysitism: Quiz

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Question 1: The Council of Chalcedon (451) was often seen as a watershed for ________ among the Chalcedonians as it adopted dyophysitism.
Biblical canonChristian theologyChristologyTrinity

Question 2: After steering between the doctrines of docetism (that Christ only appeared to be human) and ________ (that Christ was a man chosen by God), the Church began to explore the mystery of Christ's nature further.
TrinityAdoptionismUnitarianismChristology

Question 3: However, the decision at Chalcedon remains the official teaching of the ________, the Roman Catholic Church and traditional Protestants.
ChristianityEast–West SchismEastern ChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 4: Traditions
________
Eastern Orthodox Church
Oriental Orthodoxy
Syriac Christianity
Eastern Catholic ChurchesLatin RiteEast–West SchismRoman Catholic theology

Question 5: One or more of the ________, while not being in full communion with the above Churches for various reasons, also embrace this Christology.
CatholicismChristianityAnglicanismIndependent Catholic Churches

Question 6: However, as portions of the Church, especially the Copts in Egypt, who held to Miaphysitism, rejected the decision, the controversy became a major socio-political problem for the ________.
Byzantine EmpireRoman EmpireByzantine IconoclasmWestern Roman Empire

Question 7: The theology of miaphysitism is based on an understanding of the nature (Greek φύσις physis) of ________: divine and human.
ChristJesusGospelNew Testament

Question 8: Theology
Hesychasm - Icon
Apophaticism - ________
Miaphysitism - Monophysitism
Nestorianism - Theosis - Theoria
Phronema - Philokalia
Praxis - Theotokos
Hypostasis - Ousia
Essence-Energies distinction
Metousiosis
Catholic ChurchEcumenical councilEast–West SchismFilioque

Question 9: Liturgy and Worship
Sign of the cross
Divine Liturgy
Iconography
________
Omophorion
JesusMonkAsceticismChristianity

Question 10: The term "miaphysitism" arose as a response to ________.
Biblical canonChristologyNestorianismTrinity







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