Chapter 2 True or False

Chapter 2 True or False - exactly alike A True B False 6...

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True or False (See related pages) 1 The word "canon" is derived from the Greek term kanon , which means "godly." A) True B) False 2 The Muratorian Canon is one example of a composite gospel, containing stories gleaned from all four of the canonical Gospels. A) True B) False 3 From the earliest days of the Christian Church, there was almost universal agreement about the contents of the Christian canon. A) True B) False 4 One of the two main purposes for the evolution of the early Christian canon was to help clarify what beliefs early church leaders considered true and acceptable. A) True B) False 5 Most of the 5000 ancient manuscript copies of the New Testament are
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Unformatted text preview: exactly alike. A) True B) False 6 The King James Bible is by far the most popular English Bible of all time. A) True B) False 7 The invention of the printing press was an important event that helped assure the widespread availability of the Bible in English. A) True B) False 8 No original copies of any canonical work have survived to this day. A) True B) False 9 There are hundreds of variations of Scripture in extant manuscripts. A) True B) False 10 Most early Christian writings were accepted into the canon. A) True B) False...
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