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Unformatted text preview: Brian Pennington TR 11:00 (You gave me permission to turn these in late) Take-home Quiz #5 Reading note : If you think of Augustine as the great theologian of the early Middle Ages in the WESTERN part of Rome (from the city of Rome west to Spain), the information of this one chapter addresses Christianity in the Eastern part of the Roman World. Notice a definite “split” between the theological beliefs of Western Christianity and Eastern Christianity. The Western half of Europe slowly took on the formal name of Roman Catholic Christianity whereas the Eastern half would take the name Eastern Orthodox Christianity ( and sometimes “Byzantine Christianity”; the Eastern part of the Roman empire will often be referred to as Byzantium —almost as if it was a distinctly separate Empire from that of Rome.) In completing this quiz, read through Chapter 7. Where you find the bold-faced term discussed in the chapter, there is information that helps explain it. Often, but not all the time, I have taken sentences directly out of the text and simply...
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- Spring '07
- Christianity, Eastern Orthodox Christianity