02_Fall_2007[1] - Department of Theology & Religious...

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St. John’s University 8000 Utopia Parkway Queens, NY 11439 Theology 1000:  Perspectives in Christianity:  A Catholic Approach Second Examination   October 30 th  (3:05 – 4:30 pm) Directions:   All answers should be recorded on the accompanying supplied answer sheet.  While you  may write anything anywhere (i.e., notes) on the question sheet, please avoid making any extraneous  marks on the answer sheet.  Any distracting marks or answers that are illegible will be presumed  incorrect and thus recorded in like fashion.   Only  the answer form needs to be returned to the  instructor when the student is done with the examination.  As what information is needed for the  answer sheet, it is only necessary that you record your name and record your answers.  Exam g I. Ecumenical (General) Councils.   Until the fourth century, there was no church  structure that really spoke for everybody.  The solution to this problem was the  development of ecumenical councils.  These were universal (or worldwide)  gatherings of Christian bishops called to resolve urgent issues affecting the whole  church.  Match the description on the right with the name of the council on the  left it describes.   1. Nicaea 2. Ephesus 3. Constantinople 4. Chalcedon 5. Lateran IV
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course THEOLOGY 1001c taught by Professor Flannagan during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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