True/False Questions:

Question 1
Jesus was crucified in approximately 28-30 C.E.

Question 2
Eastern Orthodox priests may be married.

Question 3
Vatican City is the axis mundi for Roman Catholicism.

Question 4
Ecumentalism or ecumenism means the breaking up of various Protestant denominations.

Question 5
Jesus' real birthdate is not known.

Question 6
Protestants still use the seven sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church.

Question 7
Christianity is generally viewed as life affirming.

Question 8
Jesus was Jewish and most converts came from Judaism.

Question 9
Paul (Saul) was a minor influence on early Christianity.

Question 10
The early period of Christianity is often referred to as the Patristic period.

Question 11
Henry VIII broke from Catholicism because the Pope refused to give him a divorce.

Question 12
Fundamentalists would support the teaching of evolution in schools.

Question 13
Moral theology is the science of practical moral truths.

Question 14
St. Augustine developed the idea of "Original Sin" because of Adam's original disobedience.

Question 15
There are twenty-seven books in the New Testament.

Question 16
In Protestant denominations, Mary, the mother of Jesus, plays an important role in the liturgy.

Question 17
Protestants downplay the role of angels.

Question 18
The "Beatitudes" formulated by Paul, act as commandments to the faithful.

Question 19
The building of churches did not really begin until the fourth century.

Question 20
The cross did not become an icon of Christianity until late (4th century) in its development.

Question 21
Advent leads up to Christmas.

Question 22
Lent leads up to Easter.

Question 23
Glossolalia (speaking in tongues) is a phenomena of present day Pentecostalism.

Question 24
Roman Catholic & Eastern Orthodox holiday observance calendars differ because of the geographic differences of each group.

Question 25
"Social Gospel" means congregational worship.

Short Answer Questions:

Question 26
One of the central principles for all Christians is the belief in:

Question 27
Which of the below is the largest of the Christian groups?

Question 28
The major authority for Protestant churches is:

Question 29
Approximately how many Christians are there?

Question 30
Judaism rejected Christianity because,
1 Jesus did not fulfill the messianic prophecies.
2 Jesus did not embody the personal qualifications of the Messiah.
3 Biblical verses "referring" to Jesus are mistranslations.
4 Jewish belief is based on national revelation.

Question 31
Emperor Constantine's Edic of Milan in 313, did what for the Christians?

Question 32
The Crusades, starting in 1095, were organized for what reason?

Question 33
The greatest "Scholastic" thinker was probably

Question 34
Over which of the below did the "Protestants" have a dispute with the Catholic church?

Question 35
Christian mysticism strives for

Question 36
The New Testament was originally composed in

Question 37
The person who contributed the most to the writings of the New Testament

Question 38
Which of the below are archangels?

Question 39
For most Christians, which set of "rules" act as the highest order of moral behavior?

Question 40
Which of the below is not a central idea in all Christian groups?

Question 41
Name one of the New Testament gospels that tell the story of Jesus?

Question 42
"Christ", a Greek term is the equivalent for what word in Hebrew?

Question 43
The most important Christian (holiday) observance.

Question 44
The schism (break) between the Eastern Orthodox and the Roman Church occurred in

Question 45
Which Augustinian friar (monk) was most responsible for the reform (or Protestant) movement?

Question 46
One of the fastest growing movements in Christianity today is

Question 47
The process in which the Roman Catholic Church "elevates" certain pious & holy individuals to sainthood is

Question 48
What is the central focal point in most Christian churches?

Question 49
The name of the sacred day set aside by Christians

Question 50
The branch of theology that counters or attempts to balance the patriarchal (male) history of Christianity

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True/False Questions

Question 1
Jesus was crucified in approximately 28-30 C.E. - False. It occurred most probably between years 30-33 CE

Question 2
Eastern Orthodox priests may be married. - True

Question 3
Vatican City is the axis mundi for Roman Catholicism. - True

Question 4
Ecumentalism or ecumenism means the breaking up of various Protestant denominations. - False. Ecumenism refers to unification efforts of various Christian churches.

Question 5
Jesus' real birthdate is not known. - True...

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