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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Christ mean?
(a) Our Beloved.
(c) The Messiah.
2. What is one reason for this change in the Catechism?
(a) The Church understands that all people are equal.
(b) The Church knows that life is more hectic today.
(c) The Church is influenced by other churches.
(d) The Bible is easier to access than it was centuries ago.
3. Who is one able to trust better than one's own parents?
(c) The Church.
(d) The apostles.
4. Baptism assures salvation and the spiritual mark of purification. Do sin and temptation always instantly disappear?
(a) No, never.
(b) Yes, always.
(c) No, not always.
(d) Yes, almost always.
5. During what is it decided that there is a need to generate an updated version of the catechism?
(a) The Second Vatican Ecumenical Council.
(b) The Third Vatican Ecumenical Council.
(c) The First Vatican Ecumenical Council.
(d) The Fourth Vatican Ecumenical Council.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom is a letter addressed that explains the background of the catechism?
2. The development of the Church, the Catholic Church explains, is a response of God's to what?
3. Those who are presently Jews but not Christians are still doing what?
4. How many kinds of men were anointed by the Israelites?
5. Who invoked the Savior God?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the purpose of the sacraments?
2. What is one problem the English translation causes?
3. With what truth does this book begin?
4. What is the significance of the English translation of Jesus?
5. What is meant by everlasting life?
6. How can transmission take place?
7. For whom is this book written?
8. What deeper interpretation is provided regarding Jesus' title of Lord?
9. How did baptism begin?
10. What are two symbols of the Church that are described?
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