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Preterism: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Because of its claims that ________ was supplanted by the Christian church at the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70, Preterism has sometimes been identified as replacement theology.
Kingdom of JudahHistory of ancient Israel and JudahKingdom of Israel (Samaria)Hasmonean

Question 2: However, the exposition of Grotius convinced the Englishman ________.
Gilbert SheldonHenry HammondJohn Fell (clergyman)England

Question 3: 70's ________ (Jerusalem’s garbage dump, not Hell) as it burned.
JahannamSheolHadesGehenna

Question 4: [32][33][34] Still, Partial Preterism is not the majority view among American denominations founded after the 16th century and meets with significant vocal opposition, especially by those denominations which espouse ________.
Christian eschatological differencesDispensationalismPremillennialismSecond Coming

Question 5: [12] Among Protestants it was first accepted by ________,[13][14] a Dutch Protestant eager to establish common ground between Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church.
Jeremy BenthamHugo GrotiusGottfried LeibnizJohn Locke

Question 6: Some Partial Preterists prefer to call their position Orthodox Preterism, thus contrasting their agreement with the creeds of the ________ with what they perceive to be the Full Preterists' rejection of the same.
East–West SchismCrusadesProtestant ReformationEcumenical council

Question 7: There has historically been general agreement that the first systematic Preterist exposition of prophecy was written by the Jesuit Luis De Alcasar during the ________.
East–West SchismCrusadesCounter-ReformationFirst seven Ecumenical Councils

Question 8: It identifies "Babylon the Great" (Revelation 17-18) with the ancient pagan City of ________, or even the city of Jerusalem.
FlorenceItalyRomeParis

Question 9: Preterism is a variant of ________ which holds that most or all of the biblical prophecies concerning the End Times refer to events which have already happened in the first century after Christ's birth.
Biblical canonChristian eschatologyTrinityChristian theology

Question 10: [43] Elliot begins his lengthy review of historical evidence by quoting ________ a disciple of Polycarp who was a disciple of the Apostle John.
JeromeIrenaeusJustin MartyrEucharistic theologies contrasted
















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