CSTU 101 Quiz 5

CSTU 101 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to your textbook, what was the basic strength of the Jews? It gave them a will to resist and to survive.
  2. Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?
  3. Which country dispersed the Ten Tribes of Israel in 722BC?
  4. 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.
  5. In the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, which two figures are standing on either side of Jesus?
  6. The first ecumenical or world council, attended by 220 bishops in 325, formalized a statement of essential beliefs of Christian faith known as the _____.
  7. Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the _____________, which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire.
  8. Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christians conducted simple services centered on the____________: the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.
  9. His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day.  Lived (354-430).
  10. The crucifixion of Christ occurred in approximately what year? CE (secular) /AD (Christian)
  11. According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire?
  12. Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740–700 BC.
  13. Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?
  14. Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate?
  15. If the early Christians had worshiped Jesus and Caesar, they would have gone unharmed, but they rejected all forms of __________________.
  16. Who wrote the Apostles Creed?
  17. Who was the Bishop in (339-397) who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church?
  18. What word could be used in association with Christian Coptic Art?
  19. The National Gallery of Art, dedicated in 1941 is a beautiful example of ________ architecture.
  20. What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine.
  21. Because of all of the writings by Jesus, we know much about his life.
  22. Paul’s prologue on the Logos has been very beneficial to the growth of Christianity?
  23. The Bible is very specific in saying that Capitalism is the best form of economics.
  24. 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.
  25. Christianity was not equalitarian and certain restrictions were put on slaves and Greeks.
  26. The first two centuries of Christianity had little need for art in any form.
  27. The New Testament is silent on the philosophies of the Roman world.
  28. Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.
  29. The Ceasars would not tolerate the Christians worshipping of the one God only.
  30. Life in the later years of the Roman Empire was marked by increasing optimism about the future.

Set 2

  1. Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate?
  2. According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire?
  3. Who was the Bishop in (339-397) who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church?
  4. The crucifixion of Christ occurred in approximately what year? CE (secular) /AD (Christian)
  5. Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740–700 BC.
  6. According to your textbook, what was the basic strength of the Jews? It gave them a will to resist and to survive.
  7. The National Gallery of Art, dedicated in 1941 is a beautiful example of ________ architecture.
  8. If the early Christians had worshiped Jesus and Caesar, they would have gone unharmed, but they rejected all forms of __________________.
  9. What word could be used in association with Christian Coptic Art?
  10. Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?
  11. Who was the author of “The City of God”?
  12. Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christians conducted simple services centered on the____________: the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.
  13. Who wrote the Apostles Creed?
  14. The Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible called the Pentateuch, which is also known as
  15. Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the _____________, which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire.
  16. 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.
  17. Which country dispersed the Ten Tribes of Israel in 722BC?
  18. During the time of Nero, there was the first recorded persecution of Christians that took place after a terrible destruction in the city of Rome in what year?
  19. His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day.  Lived (354-430).
  20. Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art because it was hard to depict topics like the Trinity or Salvation.
  21. As we learned in the presentation “Introduction to Rome and Christianity,” the National Gallery of Art Museum resembles the Parthenon in Greece.
  22. Paul’s prologue on the Logos has been very beneficial to the growth of Christianity?
  23. The prohibition of graven images separated Judaism from all other religions, which represented their gods in a variety of ways.
  24. Life in the later years of the Roman Empire was marked by increasing optimism about the future.
  25. The Apostles’ Creed covers the requirements for Church attendance.
  26. 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.
  27. Rome showed special originality in the field of education by creating law schools and recognizing medicine as an important specialization.
  28. The Bible is very specific in saying that Capitalism is the best form of economics.
  29. By the 5thcentury the Bishop of Rome was calling himself the Pope (Lat., papa, “father”) Christ’s vicar on earth.
  30. Christianity was not equalitarian and certain restrictions were put on slaves and Greeks.

Set 3

  1. Roman popes asserted that Jesus had granted to the apostle Peter, jurisdiction over the whole church.
  2. Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?
  3. Who was the Bishop in (339-397) who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church?
  4. What word could be used in association with Christian Coptic Art?
  5. Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christians conducted simple services centered on the____________: the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.
  6. In the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, which two figures are standing on either side of Jesus?
  7. According to your textbook, what was the basic strength of the Jews? It gave them a will to resist and to survive.
  8. Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate?
  9. Who wrote the Apostles Creed?
  10. The first ecumenical or world council, attended by 220 bishops in 325, formalized a statement of essential beliefs of Christian faith known as the
  11. What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine.
  12. According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire?
  13. 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.
  14. Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740–700 BC.
  15. In a narrow sense the Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible, called
  16. The crucifixion of Christ occurred in approximately what year? CE (secular) /AD (Christian)
  17. Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire.
  18. Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?
  19. His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day. Lived (354-430).
  20. One event not depicted in the catacombs was:
  21. The New Testament is silent on the philosophies of the Roman world.
  22. 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.
  23. Rome showed special originality in the field of education by creating law schools and recognizing medicine as an important specialization.
  24. Because of all of the writings of Jesus, we know much about his life.
  25. The Bible is very specific in saying that Capitalism is the best form of economics.
  26. Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.
  27. As we learned in the presentation “Introduction to Rome and Christianity,” the National Gallery of Art Museum resembles the Parthenon in Greece.
  28. Paul’s prologue on the Logos has been very beneficial to the growth of Christianity?
  29. The prohibition of graven images separated Judaism from all other religions, which represented their gods in a variety of ways.
  30. The Apostles’ Creed covers the requirements for Church attendance.
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