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19. What we find in the New Testament is a situation similar to that of the Jains
20. The Gospel of John contains an account of Jesus’ baptism by John the
21. According to the synoptic gospels Jesus told his disciples that before some
22. Jesus taught his disciples to do what the Pharisees teach. TRUE
23. In the Gospel of John Jesus is more than the Messiah, he is also the Word
24. According to the synoptic gospels, Jesus main message was the coming of the KINGDOM OF GOD 25. According to the Gospel of John, the final judgment is actually occurring now. TRUE 26. According to the synoptic gospels, Jesus’ ministry was in Galilee while in the Gospel of John Jesus’ ministry was mostly in JUDEA. 27. Jesus was executed by ROME. 28. With the New Testament we find a coherent picture of Jesus as presented in Matthew, Mark and Luke that is radically different from what is found in
29. According to the Gospel of John, Jesus taught that those who believed in
Review Quiz 2 1. Jean Calvin and those who follow his teachings believed that church and
2. During the early Middle Ages Christianity was becoming the dominant
3. According to Calvin and Luther, the Christian ideal of good government is
4. Double predestination is a characteristic of all Protestant Christianities.
5. In the history of western Europe, what form of Christianity you practiced depended upon where you were living and who was your king or prince.
6. With the changes in membership at the end of the first and beginning of the second century, key terms and titles for Jesus received new
7. The claims of Gnostic Christians were based on teachings of Jesus found in the Gospel of John but also in gospels outside the New Testament.
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9. It was not until the late middle ages that all priests must be celibate.
10. Martin Luther taught that salvation was by faith alone and not any
11. In the first three centuries we find Christians who believed that Jesus
12. With the beginning of the second century Christians were primarily

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