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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through A God for Reformers.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Was the idea of a personal God developed by all three of the monotheistic religions?
(b) No, only the Jews.
(c) No, only the Muslims.
(d) No, only the Christians.
2. At this synod, the modern Christian creed, called ________ was first promulgated.
(a) The Nicene Creed.
(b) The Constantine Creed.
(c) The Nice Creed.
(d) The Nicaea Creed.
3. The Greek influence on theology formed the core of the idea of ____________.
(a) God the Father.
(b) Manifest Destiny.
(c) A Divine Trinity.
(d) Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
4. Christianity attempted to qualify the highly personalized cult of God incarnate by introducing ____________.
(a) The doctrine of the one and only God.
(b) The doctrine of the transpersonal Trinity.
(c) The doctrine of the impersonal God.
(d) The doctrine of the impersonal Trinity.
5. The medieval forms of religion erupted into fragmented sects and belief systems, led by such reformers as ____________.
(a) Baruch and Wesley.
(b) Luther and Calvin.
(c) Calvin and Wesley.
(d) Luther and Wesley.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is a distinguished Muslim philosopher in Cordova, Spain who had an enormous influence on both Jews and Christians and specifically on theologians such as Thomas Aquinas and Albert the Great?
2. Does the expression "Son of God" bear the same connotation in Hebrew as it does in Greek?
3. In 1492, what happened when 150,000 Jews refused baptism?
4. The development of a Christian mystic tradition blossomed in ____________ century.
5. These practices emphasized the internal journey to experience the Deity and preached the principle that ____________.
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