CHHI 510 Exam 1

CHHI 510 Exam 1 Liberty University

  1. The first council of Nicaea (325) determined that the Father and Son were
  2. In 1530, Melanchthon presented to Emperor Charles V a Lutheran confession commonly called the
  3. The first printed Greek New Testament was prepared by
  4. The third Council of Constantinople (680-81) affirmed that Christ possessed
  5. The “Babylonian Captivity of Papacy” refers to
  6. The most influential pope of the fifth century was
  7. Which theologian argued for the existence of God from (1) motion, (2) causality, (3) possibility, (4) imperfection, and (5) design?
  8. Muslim Expansion into Byzantine territory began in the
  9. Martin Luther posted his famous Ninety-five Thesis
    to the Castle Church door in Wittenburg on
  10. Alexander of Alexandria insisted that the Logos
  11. Scholastic theology can be divided into
  12. Augustine of Canterbury arrived in England in
  13. Which of the following was not a stabilizing influence during the subapostolic period?
  14. Which was not a key factor on the Great Schism
  15. The most influential Western theologian prior to Augustine and the first to write in Latin was
  16. The first Council of Nicaea was convened by
  17. Two key defenders of Nicene Christology were
  18. Origen’s principal approach to biblical interpretation involved
  19. The debate between Augustine and Pelagius centered on
  20. Which of the following was not a significant Medieval theologian?
  21. The Decian Persecution occurred from
  22. The Council of Constantinople (381) determined that the Holy Spirit
  23. Egypt in the second (2nd) and third (3rd) centuries was a center for
  24. The second Council of Constantinople (553) affirmed the
  25. Which of the following was not a third (3rd) century church father?
  26. The second Council of Nicaea (787) affirmed
  27. According to the Fourth Lateran Council (1215), in the mass, the bread and the wine
  28. Which of the following was not an Apologist?
  29. Charlemagne was crowned Holy Roman empire on
  30. The Western Roman Empire fell to
  31. Which of the following was not a Cappadocian Father
  32. One of the most read books of the Medieval period, On the Imitation of Christ, was written by
  33. John Cassian defended a position known as
  34. The Council of Chalcedon (451) declared that Christ possesses two natures
  35. Constantine legalized Christianity with the
  36. The scholastic theologian and key defender of the veneration of icons in the East was
  37. Tertullian coined the expression
  38. The Benedictine Order was founded in
  39. Which of the following was not a Medieval mystic?
  40. The Council of Ephesus (431) addressed the heretical teachings of
  41. Irenaeus argued against the Gnostics, in part, on the basis of
  42. Melito of Sardis articulated a clear doctrine of
  43. During the Medieval and Renaissance Periods, which of the following were leaders of unsuccessful attempts at church reform?
  44. The synod of Orange (529) condemned
  45. Jan Huss was condemned and Pope John XXIII was dethroned by the Council of
  46. Arius taught that
  47. Constantine became emperor in the West after his victory at
  48. The first challenge the church faced after the end of the Diocletian persecution was
  49. Luther and Zwingli disagreed over the nature of
  50. The early Apologists argued against the Jews that
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