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Liberty University CSTU 101 quiz 5/ CSTU 101 Quiz 5 (Latest): Liberty University
· Question 1
His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day. Lived (354-430).
· Question 2
What word could be used in association with Christian Coptic Art?
· Question 3
The Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible called the Pentateuch, which is also known as
· Question 4
Who was the author of The City of God?
· Question 5
Which country dispersed the Ten Tribes of Israel in 722BC?
· Question 6
Who was the Bishop in (339-397) who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church?
· Question 7
Roman popes asserted that Jesus had granted to the apostle Peter, jurisdiction over the whole church.
· Question 8
This Scripture used by modern Christianity is remarkably consistent. It was written over a period of 1,500 years, by at least ______ different writers and yet remains true to one theme and has a unified viewpoint on both philosophy and facts.
· Question 9
Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?
· Question 10
Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christians conducted simple services centered on the____________: the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christs sacrifice on the cross.
· Question 11
Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate?
· Question 12
According to your textbook, what was the basic strength of the Jews? It gave them a will to resist and to survive.
· Question 13
Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?
· Question 14
One event not depicted in the catacombs was:
· Question 15
Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art because it was hard to depict topics like the Trinity or Salvation.
· Question 16
Who wrote the Apostles Creed?
· Question 17
Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740700 BC.
· Question 18
What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine.
· Question 19
According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire?
· Question 20
The first ecumenical or world council, attended by 220 bishops in 325, formalized a statement of essential beliefs of Christian faith known as the _____.
· Question 21
Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.
· Question 22
The Dead Sea Scrolls found in 1947, outside of Jerusalem were old but very inaccurate.
· Question 23
Christianity was not equalitarian and certain restrictions were put on slaves and Greeks.
· Question 24
The Bible is very specific in saying that Capitalism is the best form of economics.
· Question 25
The Ceasars would not tolerate the Christians worshipping of the one God only.
· Question 26
As we learned in the presentation “Introduction to Rome and Christianity,” the National Gallery of Art Museum resembles the Parthenon in Greece.
· Question 27
The first two centuries of Christianity had little need for art in any form.
· Question 28
For centuries the Romans had constructed basilicas that served as meeting halls, mercantile centers, and halls of justice. The basilica was a prototype of the large, dignified structure Christians needed for worship services.
· Question 29
In the early Christian church, when a person became a Christian and accepted baptism, he was welcomed into the Roman Culture because of his strong moral character.
· Question 30
By the 5th century the Bishop of Rome was calling himself the Pope (Lat., papa, “father”) Christs vicar on earth.