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History of The Church (Chapter 1)
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Which is not one of the 4 marks of the Church?
(T/F) The apostles had very similar backgrounds and occupations
(T/F) The groundwork for the Church was laid with God's relationship with the Jewish people.
(T/F) The Church has two dimensions: visible and spiritual.
The best way to summarize what we learn and are graded on Church History is:
Our understanding of what Catholics believe
The best way to define Theology is:
The study of what God has revealed
What can the study of religion be graded?
We can accurately understand a belief or not
"The Church teaches that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist." is:
What charisms did Peter and the apostles have on Pentecost?
Teaching, wisdom, witnessing, leadership
The primary people the apostles first preached to were:
The following is a sign that of conversion taking place because of grace and the Holy Spirit in the early Church
Acceptance of baptism by the Jews, Dedication to early prayer of the Christians, Courage of the Apostles
(T/F) At the Council of Jerusalem, Peter decided that the Gentiles did NOT have to observe the Mosaic Law.
Which of the following is NOT true about the Apostles?
They stayed stationary while people came to learn from them
During a fire drill, you will:
Go to the football bleachers and sit in alphabetical order on one bench
(T/F) Participation, classwork, and homework account for 20% of the grade in this class.
Where can you find all assignments, dates of upcoming tests, and downloads for the class?
Course website on Canvas
(T/F) I will never let you go back to your locker.
When you miss class, you should do the following:
Make up all missing work within a day for each day that you missed, Get notes from a classmate
In the Acts of the Apostles, Philip displays the following charism:
The following are all differences between early Christian missionary activity among Jews vs Gentiles
Jews already believed in the only One God
What qualified Matthias to be chosen to replace Judas?
He had been with the apostles since the beginning of Jesus' ministry, The apostles chose him
(T/F) Jesus was the only one who was supposed to baptize people
Which of these ideas was NOT held in the early Church
The Bible was already accepted with the books that we have today
(T/F) Early documents show that the early Christians believed that Jesus was truly present in the Eucharist.
(T/F) The Didache mentions that we should read the bible only.
(T/F) The Didache mentions that we should be good to earn our way into heaven.
(T/F) The Didache mentions that we should baptize "in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
(T/F) The Didache mentions that we should all pick and choose our own beliefs.
(T/F) The Didache mentions that we should pray the Nicene Creed three times a day.
(T/F) The Didache tells us to fast on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Which of the following is NOT true about Nero?
Despite his wrongdoings, he converted to Christianity at the end of his life
What was the Edict of Milan?
It granted Christians the freedom to practice religion
The following are true about the martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicity.
Perpetua had just given birth to a child
Perpetua actually wrote about her arrest and imprisonment
The following is true about the Tacitus' account of the persecution of Christians.
Tacitus expresses some sorrow for the treatment of Christians, Punishments of Christians include being crucified, burned, or torn apart by animals
The following are all true about Polycarp.
Christians kept a firsthand account of his martyrdom
He seemed determined and at peace with his coming martyrdom
Christians collected and revere his remains
The following are all true about martyrdom.
Christians became martyrs because they were faithful Christians
Christians often chose martyrdom rather than deny their faith
Christians are martyred even today
Christians are martyred out of hatred for the faith
Which of the following was NOT a Church Father who helped form the early Church?
(T/F) St. Augustine believed in the heresy of Manichaeism before becoming a Catholic.
(T/F) Early Church fathers used logic and philosophy to explain Christianity to new people
(T/F) Gnosticism is a heresy because it believed that the physical world was more important than the spiritual.
(T/F) Arianism was a problem for the early Church, but the early Church largely ignored it until it went away.
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: Mary is the Mother of God
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: The physical world is bad.
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: Jesus is 100% God and 100% human.
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: Jesus was human only by having a physical body
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: Jesus was just a prophet.
(T/F) This is a heretical statement: We get to heaven by being good.
(T/F) The Roman Empire had a sudden fall that can be tied specifically to one main event.
(T/F) The Church was able to easily reach out to the Germanic tribes because Germanic culture was similar to the Roman culture.
(T/F) The Church refused to adapt to the cultures of the Germanic tribes since they overthrew the Roman Empire
All of the following were consequences of the fall of Rome
People left cities
Intellectual activity diminished
The following i mentioned in the Rule of St. Benedict.
Abbotts are elected
Monasteries are to accept children of the poor into their community
(T/F) The Pope let the missionaries choose where they wanted to go
(T/F) It often took centuries to evangelize specific groups of people.
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