Intro CH&T - Quiz Week 3 Question 1 20 out of 20 points...

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Quiz Week 3 Question 1 20 out of 20 points Augustine fought against aberrations, heresies, and persecution against of the Church during the fourth and fifth centuries. Match the particular challenge with the appropriate claim made by its followers that Augustine confronted: Question Correct Match Selected Match Donatists A. Sacraments must be administered only by our leaders otherwise they are invalid and not efficacious A. Sacraments must be administered only by our leaders otherwise they are invalid and not efficacious Manichees C. Free will does not exist C. Free will does not exist Pelagians D. Christians can lead a life without sin simply by following God’s instruction and Jesus’ example D. Christians can lead a life without sin simply by following God’s instruction and Jesus’ example Polytheist s B. Christians are to blame for the fall of Rome because the gods are angry over no longer being worshipped B. Christians are to blame for the fall of Rome because the gods are angry over no longer being worshipped Response Feedback: Lane 48-52
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Question 2 20 out of 20 points Identify the source of the following quote: “We must not divide the one Lord Jesus Christ into two sons [Son of God and son of man]. Nor is it sufficient for sound doctrine merely to hold a union of [two] persons, as some do [Nestorius]. For Scripture says not that the Word united himself to the person of a man, but that he was made flesh. That means nothing else than that he partook of flesh and blood like us. He made our body his own, not ceasing to be God.” Selected Answer: D. Cyril Correct Answer: D. Cyril Response Feedback: Lane 55 Question 3 20 out of 20 points Leo the Great (bishop of Rome from 440 to 461) remains famous for several major accomplishment, including which of the following? Be sure to mark all that apply. B. His teaching on Jesus Christ, including in refutation of Eutychianism C. His impressive ability to influence powerful attackers and conquerors of Rome, including Attila the Hun and the Vandals D.
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His teaching on the Roman papacy, including support of the pope’s responsibility to govern the whole world-wide church Correct Answers: B. His teaching on Jesus Christ, including in refutation of Eutychianism C. His impressive ability to influence powerful attackers and conquerors of Rome, including Attila the Hun and the Vandals D. His teaching on the Roman papacy, including support of the pope’s responsibility to govern the whole world-wide church Response Feedback: Lane 58-60 Question 4 15 out of 20 points Bingham reminds us that the monastic movement often has been misunderstood or viewed through extreme cases, unfortunately. Instead, the practice of monasticism ought to be understood in which of the following ways? Be sure to mark all that apply.
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