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Primacy of Simon Peter: Quiz


Question 1: ________) referred to "rock" as applying to both Peter personally and his faith symbolically, as well as seeing Christ's promise to apply more generally to his twelve apostles and the Church at large.
Byzantine RiteEastern Catholic ChurchesJohn ChrysostomEast–West Schism

Question 2: In the ________, which some call the New Law or "New Greek Testament" ,[3] Matthew 16:16-18 tells that Jesus changed Simon's name to Peter.
Apostle (Christian)Biblical canonNew TestamentGospel

Question 3: From the ________: Chrysostom says thus: “Upon this rock,” not upon Peter.
LutheranismProtestant ReformationBook of ConcordPhilipp Melanchthon

Question 4: Therefore, it is argued, logic dictates that a supreme head would be necessary in the Christian Church, though the relevance of ________ is still disputed, see also New Covenant and New Commandment.
Circumcision controversy in early ChristianityAntinomianismBiblical canonBiblical law in Christianity

Question 5: The inspired New Testament Scriptures were written in Greek, not Aramaic, according to the theory of ________.
SeptuagintAlexander the GreatAlexandriaGreek Primacy

Question 6: Indeed, Jesus declares in the ________, that He has the "keys of death and hell," which means that He has power over death and hell; Isaiah 22:21-22 also supports this.
Book of DanielBook of RevelationNew Testament2 Esdras

Question 7: However, this doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church makes a distinction between the personal prestige of Peter and the supremacy of the office of ________ which Catholics believe Jesus instituted in the person of Peter.
PopePope Gregory IPope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVI

Question 8: It sees Peter as the first Chief Apostle in the ________.
Biblical canonEarly ChristianityEast–West SchismCrusades

Question 9: [9] It is believed Peter entrusted the Jerusalem community to James when he was forced to leave Jerusalem due to ________'s persecution.
Herod the GreatPontius PilateAgrippa IAgrippa II

Question 10: Protestants consider this prophecy to allude to the ________ but Catholics consider the prophecy to refer specifically to Jesus as the Rock from Heaven.
EschatologyEnd timeLast JudgmentApocalypse


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