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Transubstantiation: Quiz


Question 1: In the eleventh century, ________ denied that any material change in the elements was needed to explain the Eucharistic Presence, thereby provoking a considerable stir.
Pope Leo IXPope Gregory VIIBerengar of ToursAugustine of Hippo

Question 2: Belief in the change of the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ is based on these words of Christ at the Last Supper as interpreted by Christians from the earliest times, as for instance by ________.
IrenaeusHistory of the Catholic ChurchJeromeIgnatius of Antioch

Question 3: ________ taught that the sacrament is purely symbolic and memorial in character, arguing that this was the meaning of Jesus' instruction: "Do this in remembrance of me".
Huldrych ZwingliReformation in SwitzerlandProtestant ReformationChristianity in the 16th century

Question 4: [18] And by definition ________ are "efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Catholic Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us."[19]
SacramentProtestant ReformationInfant baptismBaptism

Question 5: Protestant denominations, such as ________ and somePresbyterians, profess belief in the Real Presence, but offer explanations other than transubstantiation.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationMethodism

Question 6: Consequently, some Anglicans (especially ________ and High Church Anglicans) accept transubstantiation while others do not.
Thirty-Nine ArticlesCatholicismAnglo-CatholicismAnglicanism

Question 7: Believing that ________ is risen from the dead and is alive, the Catholic Church holds that, when the bread is changed into his body, not only his body is present, but Christ as a whole i.e.
GospelChristNew TestamentJesus

Question 8: In any case, nowadays even ________ clergy are only required to assent that the Thirty-nine Articles have borne witness to the Christian faith.
Archbishop of CanterburyArchbishop of YorkBishop of LincolnChurch of England

Question 9: Elizabeth I, as part of the ________, gave royal assent to the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion, which sought to distinguish Anglican from Roman Church doctrine.
East–West SchismElizabethan Religious SettlementEnglish ReformationProtestant Reformation

Question 10: ________ by Michael Craig-Martin contains a glass of water that the artist declared he had turned into "a full-grown oak tree", created "without altering the accidents of the glass of water".
Charles Thomson (artist)Damien HirstAn Oak TreeStuckism

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