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Prayer in Christianity: Quiz

  

Question 1: Christians have historically asked the ________ to intercede for them.
SaintJesusChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 2: Prayer is an important theme in ________, and there are several different forms of prayer.
ChristianityBaptistEcumenismChristian denomination

Question 3: Some of these prayers are found in the Roman Catholic Breviary, the Liturgy of the Hours, the Orthodox ________ and the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.
Orthodox ChurchPentecostarionLiturgical bookEuchologion

Question 4: The ________ regarded prayer as the most important part of their life (Acts 6:4; Romans 1:9; Colossians 1:9).
New TestamentApostle (Christian)GospelJesus

Question 5: The technical term for speaking in tongues is “________,” made up of two Greek words, glossa (language or tongue) and lalein (to talk).
PentecostalismGlossolaliaSaint PeterJesus

Question 6: Kneeling, bowing and ________ (see also poklon) are often practiced in more traditional branches of Christianity.
ProstrationBuddhismHinduismIslam

Question 7: All of the ancient Christian churches, in both ________ and Western Christianity, developed a tradition of asking for the prayerful intercession of the saints.
Saint Thomas ChristiansEastern ChristianityEast–West SchismOrthodox Church

Question 8: Some Christian groups, such as Catholics, Orthodox and ________, will sometimes pray through intercessors, such as Mary or other saints.
CatholicismAnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 9: Book of Common Prayer (the traditional ________ prayer book, still in use or modified by the constituent churches of the Anglican Communion, and one of the most influential prayerbooks in the English language)
AnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)Catholicism

Question 10: [7] However this chapter, ________, is widely considered a later addition to the original text.
Mark 16Early ChristianityNew TestamentGospel
















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