CHHI 301 Quiz 2

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Since it was found to be heretical by the Conciliar bishops, the Nicene Creed is no longer recited in churches today.


In AD 310, with the Edict of Milan, Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire.


Jerome was a 4th century monk who translated the Bible into Latin, in a version known as the Vulgate.


At least since the 2nd century, there were two principal parts in a communion service:
1. Extensive public reading of Scripture with hymn-singing and prayer.
2. The celebration of the bread and wine, which was not open to the public.


The word monk comes from the Greek word meaning solitary because early monks often sought to be alone with God.


Ambrose actively sought to be elected bishop of Milan.


Maricon was unfamiliar with Christianity when he developed his religious system.


During the early period of Christianity, believers were sometimes accused of cannibalism because of misunderstandings with Christian charitable practices and the language associated with the communion service.


Donatism was one of the schisms in Christianity whose basis was the restoration of Christians who had "lapsed" after persecution.


The bishop of a large city was known by the term "deacon."


The Arian controversy was peacefully settled by the council of Nicea.


As the western Roman Empire declined, it was replaced by a number of small competing barbarian kingdoms.


Augustine was a professor of rhetoric who later became a bishop.


Tertulian, a North African theologian, said "Outside the church there is no salvation.. no one can have God as his Father who does not have the church as his mother."


Christians during the Roman period were often though of as ignorant and superstitious because they often drew their converts from uneducated rabble.


Eusebius, who became Bishop of Caesarea, wrote a number of books, the most important was Church History.


April 30, 311, Galerius became a Christian, bringing the persecution of Christians to an end.


Gnosticism was a well defined organization in competition with the Church of Roman period.


Athanasius of Alexandria participated in the Synod of Sirmium, which brought about a settlement of the Arian controversy.


Irenaeus was a businessman who developed an interest in what Christians called heresies- false systems of belief- while travelling to Rome to sell his produce.


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