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  1. Cultic Dining
  2. Corinth
  3. Essenes
  4. Pharisees
  5. Council of Nicaea
  1. a Apocalyptic - await the war between the "Sons of Light" vs. the "Sons of Darkness"b. Monastic (separated in Society)
    c. Temple worship had become corrupted
    d. Wrote Dead Sea Scrolls
  2. b • Communal dining, the Lord's supper. In Paul's day we have to remember that Christians actually gather for worship around the dinner table and partake of a communal meal in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Jesus
  3. c Rabbiesa. They live according to the written and oral Torah
    b. Life after Death; Final Judgment
    c. They feel that Temple worship has been corrupted because of Priest collaboration with the Romans
  4. d 1. Called by Constantine in 325 to resolve the controversy caused by Arian heresy

    Council Fathers states that Jesus does share in the same substance of the father, they uphold the Mystery of Incarnation
  5. e Port-city; Prosperous town; Very successful among God-Fearers, but failed among Jewish community

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. • The ruler of Rome, he was accused of causing a fire that burned down 2/3 of the city, so he pinned the blame on the Christians and had many persecuted and killed, including Paul
  2. Justin was famous for his philosophical defenses, Apologies of Christianity. He was an apologist.
  3. Lead and teach local communities based in cities. They assume that the doctrine that is taught within their diocese (region of authority) is orthodox doctrine, and that faithful lead an authentically Christian life.
  4. She preached Gospel that was received well by God-Fearers but rejected by Jews
  5. A heresy that denied that Jesus was human; they believe that only spiritual nature is good, they also believe that Jesus didn't die on the cross, but rather he escaped

5 True/False questions

  1. Mark• The ruler of Rome, he was accused of causing a fire that burned down 2/3 of the city, so he pinned the blame on the Christians and had many persecuted and killed, including Paul

          

  2. CatechumenProgram of study in preparation for baptism

          

  3. JohnThey preached mainly to persecuted Christians in Rome one another who was involved in the making of the Gospel

          

  4. ApostatesNeo-Platonic; Radical Dualism: Spirit = Good, Material Nature = Evil; Jesus is not really human

          

  5. CatechumenateProgram of study in preparation for baptism