CHHI 301 Quiz 2

CHHI 301 Quiz 2 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. The Council of Nicaea focused on the divinity of the Son, while the Council of Constantinople confirmed that idea and added that the same should be said about the Holy Spirit.
  2. Tertullian originated the description of the Trinity being “one substance and three persons,” and the description of Jesus being “one person” and “two substances.”
  3. The Emperor Julian attempted to restore paganism, but he never decreed persecution of Christians. Constantine, who became emperor after Julian, reversed Julian’s attempt.
  4. Bishop John of Constantinople was eventually given the nickname “Chrysostom,” which means “iron leader.”
  5. According to Augustine, before people become Christian they are not free not to sin. It is only due to God’s grace given to someone that that person can become a Christian. And after someone becomes a Christian, then he/she is free both to sin and not to sin.
  6. Muhammad lived around the same time as Jesus.
  7. Jerome was a fourth-century scholar who translated the Bible into Greek, in a version known as the Vulgate.
  8. Relics became increasingly important during the time of Constantine.
  9. Although he lived in the fourth and fifth centuries, Augustine was the favorite theologian of the Protestant Reformers of the sixteenth century.
  10. During the persecution of Decius, some Christians, in attempting to escape the persecution, purchased false certificates claiming that they had sacrificed to the gods, when they actually had not.
  11. Constantine and Licinius agreed to the Edict of Milan that ended persecutions of Christians in 313.
  12. “Apologists” is a term for those Christians who wrote against Christianity.
  13. The word “monk” comes from the Greek word meaning “solitary.” These Christians often sought to be alone with God, and the desert was a favorite location.
  14. Pachomius wanted to start a community of monks. He founded a community but many people complained he was too strict. He disbanded that community and began a new community. The rules were even stricter in this new community. This second community grew rapidly.
  15. The oldest church discovered dates from the mid-second century. Prior to that, Christians often gathered for worship in homes.
  16. Twice the Emperor Theodosius yielded to the Bishop Ambrose.
  17. The response to Marcion (and to all heresies) was the development of the Canon, Creed, and Baptism.
  18. Gnosticism was a well-defined organization in competition with the Church of the Roman period.
  19. One reason that the fish symbol was used in early Christianity is because the Greek word for “fish” is ICHTHYS, which stands for “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.”
  20. Christians in the early period were sometimes accused of cannibalism. This arose out of a misunderstanding about Communion by non-Christians.

Set 2

  1. Muhammad lived around the same time as Jesus.
  2. Although he lived in the fourth and fifth centuries, Augustine was the favorite theologian of the Protestant Reformers of the sixteenth century.
  3. The response to Marcion (and to all heresies) was the development of the Canon, Creed, and Communion.
  4. Twice the Emperor Theodosius yielded to the Bishop Ambrose.
  5. The Council of Nicaea focused on the divinity of the Son, while the Council of Constantinople confirmed that idea and added that the same should be said about the Holy Spirit.
  6. Pachomius wanted to start a community of monks. He founded a community but many people complained he was too strict. He disbanded that community and began a new community. The rules were even stricter in this new community. This second community grew rapidly.
  7. The Emperor Julian attempted to restore paganism, but he never decreed persecution of Christians. Constantine, who became emperor after Julian, reversed Julian’s attempt.
  8. Bishop John of Constantinople was eventually given the nickname “Chrysostom,” which means “iron leader.”
  9. Relics became increasingly important during the time of Constantine.
  10. One reason that the fish symbol was used in early Christianity is because the Greek word for “fish” is ICHTHYS, which stands for “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.”
  11. The word “monk” comes from the Greek word meaning “solitary.” These Christians often sought to be alone with God, and the desert was a favorite location.
  12. Jerome was a fourth-century scholar who translated the Bible into Greek, in a version known as the Vulgate.
  13. During the persecution of Decius, some Christians, in attempting to escape the persecution, purchased false certificates claiming that they had sacrificed to the gods, when they actually had not.
  14. The oldest church discovered dates from the mid-second century. Prior to that, Christians often gathered for worship in homes.
  15. Constantine and Licinius agreed to the Edict of Milan in 313 that would lead to all persecutions of Christians ending.
  16. Tertullian originated the description of the Trinity being “one substance and three persons,” and the description of Jesus being “one person” and “two substances.”
  17. Christians in the early period were sometimes accused of cannibalism. This arose out of a misunderstanding about Communion by non-Christians.
  18. “Apologists” is a term for those Christians who wrote against Christianity.
  19. Gnosticism was a well-defined organization in competition with the Church of the Roman period.
  20. According to Augustine, before people become Christian they are not free not to sin. It is only due to God’s grace given to someone that that person can become a Christian. And after someone becomes a Christian, then he/she is free both to sin and not to sin.
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