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IB World Religions Christianity
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What other religions besides Chrisitanity view the Holy Land as a place for pilgrimage
Islam and Judaism
What is the common Catholic view of pilgrimage?
Most Catholics do not oppose pilgrimages; visiting places that connect them to saints or sites in which the Virgin Mary has been sighted
What is a retreat in the context of Christianity?
a withdraw to a quiet or secluded place
What is the common, historical Protestant view on pilgrimages?
Most Protestants oppose pilgrimages as they are viewed as not true forms of worship
What is the common Orthodox view on pilgrimages?
Most Orthodox do not oppose pilgrimages; visiting places that connect them to saints or sites in which the Virgin Mary has been sighted
Which of the below christian sects typically holds conversion the most important.
What is an example of an Evangelical ritual that reflects an emphasis on conversion?
What is the most prominent conversion figure in christianity below.
When converting to protestantism from previously not having a religion, what is one thing you are not typically expected to accomplish at some point.
Partake in confession
What do evangelists call the action of spreading their faith through word of mouth?
The Old Testament canon has books in it that are not agreed upon by many Protestant sects. What is the reason for this?
The Septuagint, the original translation, contrasted current Jewish collating.
What is the importance of the Septuagint?
It was the first translation of the Tanakh into Greek.
How does Martin Luther's translation of the Tanakh differ from the Septuagint?
It copied the current version of the Tanakh, which didn't include some books.
What are the Apocrypha
Books of the Tanakh that are included in the Septuagint but not in Martin Luther's translation
When was the Tanakh established?
What are the Synoptic Gospels?
Compilation of eyewitness accounts
The Synoptic Gospels are viewed as what kind of source?
What are the 3 steps in the development of a canon in order?
Writing, Replication and circulation, Collection and collation
Which sect of Christianity does not have an official Biblical canon
What was the name of the bible when it was first translated into latin?
Biblical Literalism is a term often used as a _______ to describe the interpretive approaches of evangelical or fundemendalist Christians.
The literal application or practice of hermeneutical principles to ancient passages
How should the historical-grammatical hermeneutic approach be assumed?
It is to be taken literally (unless there is evidence to the contrary)
What do Catholic scholars add to the historical-grammatical hermeneutic principles?
church doctrine and tradition
What sect is most likely going to use historical-grammatical hermeneutical principles when interpreting the sacred text?
What are the three main schools of Historical-critical hermeneutical approaches?
Source Criticism, Form Criticism, and Redaction Criticism.
Hypothetically, which sect of Christianity is most likely to agree with claims that the Bible is not completely accurate, and contains errors.
Which of the following sects holds tradition as its main source of authority?
Which of the following sects of Christianty would be most likely to apply Hermeneutical Principles when reading the Bible?
Which of the following is a Biblical Criticism that may cause a Christian to lose faith?
A)Cultural and grammatical differences that are pointed out will likely change the meaning of the sacred text, which may differ from what Christians have traditionally interpreted them as meaning.
B)If the language of the Bible was determined to be mostly symbolic, and not literal, then Christians would likely doubt the miracles of Jesus.
C)A and B.
D)None of the above.
Correct answer: C
What are religious devotions?
Devotional books are not meant to be read in one sitting; they are designed for you to read a bit every day and pray on the passages.
How do you do Christian devotions?
Devotions can be understood to be a time set aside to devote oneself to pray, Bible study, or private worship of God.
What is a popular Christian prayer that is typically prayed with family?
Which major sect has the highest percentage of clergyman that pray at least once a week?
What is devotions usually associated with?
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