CHHI 301 Quiz 1

CHHI 301 Quiz 1 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Only the Christians in the city of Rome claimed to have an apostolic origin for their churches.
  2. In first century, after the Jews expelled Christians from the synagogues, the Christians began building churches.
  3. Paul did not believe he was preaching a new religion, but a fulfillment of Judaism.
  4. The Jews translated the scriptures (meaning the Old Testament) into Greek; this was called the Vulgate.
  5. Paul started the first church in Rome.
  6. The Essenes were an ascetic Jewish sect, and they may have produced the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  7. Christians were constantly persecuted throughout the Roman Empire in the first three centuries after Jesus.
  8. As more Gentiles became Christian, it became necessary to provide instruction. Therefore, the early church services developed two parts: the first part included instruction and was open to anyone who was baptized plus catechumens (those interested in Christianity but not yet baptized), and the second part consisted of Communion, which was closed to everyone who had not been baptized.
  9. Romans believed that emperor worship was a sign of unity and a test of loyalty.
  10. The Emperor Trajan’s policy towards Christians was that they should be sought out, arrested, and punished.
  11. In A.D. 66 the Jews of Palestine revolted against the Rule of Rome.
  12. The Nero persecution resulted in the writing of the book of Revelation.
  13. According to some early traditions, the Apostle Thomas traveled to India.
  14. The first persecution of Christians was led by Nero and was an attempt to kill all Christians throughout the Empire in retaliation for the fire that occurred in Rome in AD 64.
  15. In the late first century, the differences between Christians and Jews were not apparent to Roman officials. Consequently, when Domitian began his persecution, both Jews and Christians alike were arrested. This persecution possibly extended to relatives of the emperor.
  16. One tradition of Peter’s death states that he was crucified upside down; Paul was probably beheaded.
  17. Like Paul, Polycarp was beheaded.
  18. Ignatius, bishop of Antioch, was sent to Rome for execution. While on the way, he wrote seven letters that were addressed to various churches.
  19. After Alexander the Great died, the Greek language became common in the areas he had conquered.
  20. Since Christians worshipped an invisible God, non-Christians in the early church period often called them “atheists.”

Set 2

  1. As more Gentiles became Christian, it became necessary to provide instruction. Therefore, the early church services developed two parts: the first part included instruction and was open to anyone who was baptized plus catechumens (those interested in Christianity but not yet baptized), and the second part consisted of Communion, which was closed to everyone who had not been baptized.
  2. Christians were constantly persecuted throughout the Roman Empire in the first three centuries after Jesus.
  3. The Jews translated the scriptures (meaning the Old Testament) into Greek; this was called the Vulgate.
  4. Only the Christians in the city of Rome claimed to have an apostolic origin for their churches.
  5. The Emperor Trajan’s policy towards Christians was that they should be sought out, arrested, and punished.
  6. In first century, after the Jews expelled Christians from the synagogues, the Christians began building churches.
  7. Like Paul, Polycarp was beheaded.
  8. The Nero persecution resulted in the writing of the book of Revelation.
  9. Paul started the first church in Rome.
  10. Ignatius, bishop of Antioch, was sent to Rome for execution. While on the way, he wrote seven letters that were addressed to various churches.
  11. Since Christians worshipped an invisible God, non-Christians in the early church period often called them “atheists.”
  12. The Essenes were an ascetic Jewish sect, and they may have produced the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  13. One tradition of Peter’s death states that he was crucified upside down; Paul was probably beheaded.
  14. Paul did not believe he was preaching a new religion, but a fulfillment of Judaism.
  15. In the late first century, the differences between Christians and Jews were not apparent to Roman officials. Consequently, when Domitian began his persecution, both Jews and Christians alike were arrested. This persecution possibly extended to relatives of the emperor.
  16. In A.D. 66 the Jews of Palestine revolted against the Rule of Rome.
  17. After Alexander the Great died, the Greek language became common in the areas he had conquered.
  18. The first Roman persecution of Christians was led by Domitian.
  19. Romans believed that emperor worship was a sign of unity and a test of loyalty.
  20. According to some early traditions, the Apostle Thomas traveled to India.
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