5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Ten Commandments
- a Jews living outside Israel.
- b dynasty that ruled in Bagdad from 750-1258
- c one of the most influential early Christian missionaries. Formerly known by Saul, after his conversion, he began to preach the message of Jesus as the Messiah and son of God.
- d members of the Sunni dynasty of caliphs that rules a Muslim empire from 661 to 750
- e principals, laws, and rules that Jewish people have to follow, that were revealed to Moses (by God)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the sacred text of Judaism
- a binding agreement; specifically in the Jewish tradition, that God made with Abraham
- Head of the Roman Catholic Church; in ancient Rome, bishop of Rome who claimed authority over all other bishops.
- religious leader, lawgiver and prophet. Most important prohet in the Jewish religion. Also considered an important prophet in Christianity and Islam.
- believing in one God
5 True/False Questions
Babylonian Captivity → made Christianity the official religion of the Roman empire, so he could control it.
Sunni → the sacred text of Islam
Bishop → high ranking Church official with authority over a local area, or diocese.
Shi'a → from Mecca to Medina 622 CE Muhammad was getting death threats so he had to leave. Goes there to get more followers. Islam gains control of Mecca and Medina.
Constantine → made Christianity the official religion of the Roman empire, so he could control it.