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Question 1 1. A new Christian who wants to learn more about Jesus, the crucifixion, and the resurrection, would need to consult the four books of the New Testament that are collectively known as _____.
Question 2 2. Why does the name Christ make Jesus Christ stand out in history?
Question 3 3. Why did Constantine initially convert to Christianity around 312CE?
Question 4 4. After the posting of the theses, the pope threatened Martin Luther with _____.
Question 5 5. Why were so many of Jesus's disciples persecuted and martyred by the Roman Empire?
Question 6 6. How was a disciple of Jesus connected to Jesus's path to crucifixion?
Question 7 7. How did the Crusades ultimately lead to a decline in papal power and authority?
Question 8 8. When did Luther post his 95 Theses?
Question 9 9. How did World War II affect the development of ecumenism?
Question 10 10. The Crusaders of the later crusades suffered from _____
Question 11 11. How did the Edict of Milan impact the Christians?
Question 12 12. A lay member is a _____.
Question 13 13. Which of these centuries saw a push toward ecumenism?
Question 14 14. The first four books of the New Testament are the main source for information on the life of Jesus Christ. Collectively, they are known as the _____.
Question 15 15. What is the belief in Trinity?
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