In the first three centuries we find christians who

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In the first three centuries we find Christians who believed that Jesus was the adopted son of Godand that he was human only. TRUE (correct)The Conditional View held by some Evangelical denominations or Christians is that those in Hellwill eventually be annihilated. TRUE (correct)Some Evangelical or Fundamental forms of Christianity hold that only they will be saved and no others. TRUE (correct)Orthodox Christianities see Christ as the ultimate sacrifice. FALSE (correct)
Roman Catholic priests are celibate so that they can be completely devoted to their parish. TRUE(correct)The Conditional View held by some Evangelical denominations or Christians is that those in Hellwill eventually be annihilated. TRUE (correct)The canons of the Old and New Testaments were closed at the Council of _______.Trent
Some forms of Protestant Christianity hold that we have no real knowledge of what Heaven and Hell is like and that we only find metaphors of what they are like in the Bible.TRUE (correct)15% of Evangelical Christians are _________________?fundamentalists (correct)The Christian movement that believes in physical healing through the power of the Holy Spirit is________ _____________?Charismatic movement (correct)With the end of the first century and the beginning of the second, Christianity was becoming bureaucratic
Roman Catholicism now teaches that purgatory, heaven and hell are physical locations.
The Roman Empire began a systematic persecution of Christians during the second century.
Protestant Christianities have rejected the ordination of women.FALSE (correct)The Synod of Bishops elects the pope.FALSE (correct)Personal morality rather than social issues. (correct): Evangelical Christians and Christianities
Believe that only Christians will be saved but that it might be possible that those who lived before Christianity might also be saved (correct): Optimistic agnostics
Believe that only Christians will be saved and doubt that anyone who lived before Jesus or who never heard the ‘Gospel’ will be saved (correct): Pessimistic agnosticsSalvation cannot be limited historically or geographically (correct): Inclusive

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