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34) In 313 AD, the Roman emperor Constantine issues an order that made Christianity theofficial religion of the Roman Empire. What was the name of this proclamation?a.The Twelve Tablesb.The Edict of Mizec.The Edict of Miland.The Emancipation Proclamation
35) What was the name of group of Christian church elders who formalized a final set ofpractices and rules that turned the “Christian” Church into the Roman Catholic Church inthe year 382 AD?
36) As one of the largest and fastest going religions in the world, Islam is a major force whenit comes to our world today. Like any religion there are certain rules and guidelines thatMuslims must follow in order to show their obedience to Allah or God. What is this setof rules called for Muslims?
37) This Reformation-inspired group agreed with many of the criticisms of the CatholicChurch brought up by Martin Luther, but also had issues of their own – like the idea ofbaptism when you are an adult. What was this group called?
38) In order to focus their minds on their religion and also to pay respect to Allah, whichdirection do Muslims pray five (5) times a day?a.Eastb.Westc.The direction of the prophet prayedd.Towards the city of Mecca
39) Under the practices of Islam, Muslims are expected (if they are financially able) to visitthe holy city of Mecca once in their lifetime. What is this pilgrimage known as?
40) In the history of the Christian religion, what was the name of the disciple of Jesus whobecame an important missionary and leader of the early Christian church?
41) Under the Japanese “closed country” policy, which of the following wasNOTan activitythat was restricted by the Japanese government towards European visitors?
42) Which of the following wasNOTa major impact of absolute monarchs on the continentof Europe?a.A desire for outside explorationb.The formation of modern European statesc.The protection of religious freedomd.The development of modern governments

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