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Names of God in Christianity: Quiz

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Question 1: The Nicene Creed refers to the ________ as "the Holy Spirit", "the Lord", and "the giver of Life".
JesusNew TestamentHoly SpiritApostle (Christian)

Question 2: Some names refer to one person of the ________, while others refer to the entire Trinity.
TrinityGod in ChristianityChristologyBiblical canon

Question 3: Khristos is the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word ________.
MessiahJewish eschatologySecond ComingJesus

Question 4: More pious swearers try to substitute the blasphemy against holy names with minced oaths like Jeez! instead of Jesus! or ________!
Judas PriestRob HalfordElectric Eye (video)2008/2009 World Tour (Judas Priest)

Question 5: The names Yahweh and ________, based on the tetragrammaton, are also used.
Revised Standard VersionDouay-Rheims BibleAuthorized King James VersionJehovah

Question 6: The Assemblies of Yahweh is currently the only Christian group to use the name ________ exclusively and consistently.
TorahIslam and JudaismYahwehKabbalah

Question 7: ________
New Testament view on Jesus' lifeNames and titles of Jesus in the New TestamentMinistry of JesusChrist

Question 8: The ________ refers to Jesus as "Lord", "Jesus Christ", "the only Son of God", "God from God", "Light from Light", and "true God from true God".
Agnus DeiNicene CreedKyrieLord's Prayer

Question 9: One the ________ is "You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God".
Christianity and JudaismBiblical canonTen CommandmentsBible

Question 10: ________ (Iesus, Yeshua, Joshua, or Yehoshûa) is a Hebraic personal name meaning "Yahweh saves/helps/is salvation",[2].
GospelJesusNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew Testament







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