Test Lessons 1 & 2 Church History I   1.    Describe crucifixion that was performed by the Romans? Where did this practice...
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Test lessons 1 & 2 church history 1

  1. 1. Test Lessons 1 & 2 Church History I 1. Describe crucifixion that was performed by the Romans? Where did this practice originate? 2. Did Jesus intend to create the Church? Give proof to your answer? 3. What is the anti-institutional view? 4. Where did the ordinances of the church come from? And what are they? 5. What was palestine like in the days of Jesus? 6. What does the term messiah mean? 7. What Book of the Bible speaks about the Kingdom of God being eternal? What is that kingdom called? 8. Name the 4 primary groups in Palestine in the days of Christ? 9. What group could John The Baptist have been apart of? What would give us that impression? 10. Give a sufficient reason why Jesus would be baptized by John? 11. What was the main theme of Jesus teachings? 12. What made the message of Jesus Christ so unique? 13. What was one significant thing that Jesus did in the last week of His life? 14. Who were the rivals that Jesus united? 15. When did the New Covenant go into effect? 16. Why did Pilate give the final order to crucify Jesus? How did Jesus death affect his ability to rule? 17. Who was the first person to use the term catholic 18. What was the second home of the church? 19. Explain why the church moved west? 20. What was the significance of the church in North Africa? 21. What impact did the Catholic Church have on social life? 22. What caused the spread of the Gospel? 23. Give two reasons why Christianity had such a positive impact on Roman citizens?

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