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Question 1: When, in 784, the imperial secretary Patriarch Tarasius was appointed successor to the Patriarch Paul IV, he accepted on the condition that ________ with the other churches should be reestablished; that is, that the images should be restored.
ChristianityEastern Catholic ChurchesFull communionCatholic Church

Question 2: It numbered about 350 members; 308 ________ or their representatives signed.
LutheranismCatholicismBishopSurplice

Question 3: In 786, the council met in the ________ in Constantinople.
Byzantine EmpireHagia SophiaChurch of the Holy ApostlesConstantine I

Question 4: This council is celebrated in the Eastern Orthodox Church as "The Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy" each year on the first Sunday of ________—the fast that leads up to Pascha (Easter)—and again on the Sunday closest to October 11 (the Sunday on or after October 8).
Great LentEpitaphios (liturgical)PentecostarionGood Friday

Question 5: The veneration of icons had been abolished by the energetic measures of ________ and the Council of Hieria which had described itself as the seventh ecumenical council.
ArtabasdosLeo III the IsaurianConstantine VPhilippikos Bardanes

Question 6: This article includes content derived from the Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, 1914, which is in the ________.
CopyrightPublic domainCopyright infringementIntellectual property

Question 7: The Roman legates were an archbishop and an ________, both named Peter.
Christian monasticismGlastonbury AbbeyWestminster AbbeyAbbot

Question 8: His son, ________ (741 - 775), had held a synod to make the suppression official.
Leo III the IsaurianPhilippikos BardanesConstantine VArtabasdos

Question 9: The Second Council of Nicaea is believed to have been the Seventh Ecumenical Council by Roman Catholics, ________, Old Catholics, and various other Western Christian groups.
Eastern ChristianityChristianityOrthodox ChurchEast–West Schism







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