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Set 1

  1. “Excommunication” refers to ___________________________.
  2. During the [a]Crusade, the Crusaders captured Jerusalem, whereas the Muslims retook Jerusalem after the [b]
  3. “Transubstantiation” refers to the bread and wine of communion _____________________
  4. Which one was not a reason for the First Crusade?
  5. Match the century to the event.
  6. Two monastic groups attempted to reform the Catholic Church from within.  Which one listed is not one of those two groups?
  7. The Catholic and Orthodox officially split in the year ___________.
  8. ___________________ taught that Christ consists of two separate persons, God, and humans. The danger is that one aspect can dominate the other, such as the divine dominating the human thereby making it impossible for Jesus to sin.
  9. (This is a multiple-answer question, so choose all answers that apply). Choose which topics Augustine was involved with:
  10. While the number of Crusades varies, the textbook mentions _____ Crusades.
  11. Within _____________ years after Muhammad dying, Islam had spread throughout northern Africa and into Spain.
  12. [This is a multiple-answer question:  choose all answers that apply.]. Choose services that monasteries offered during the Middle Ages:
  13. At one point, the Catholic Church had _____ men who claimed to be pope at the same time.
  14. Which item listed is not one of the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church?
  15. ______________ was the first pope to fill a power vacuum in Rome.  He convinced an approaching army not to attack Rome.
  16. In the Donatist controversy, Augustine wrote that __________________________.
  17. The low point in the papacy was during the __________.
  18. The ________________ is the name given to the Catholic Latin Bible during the Medieval Period.
  19. The Investiture Controversy originated because the pope did not want secular rulers to __________________.
  20. “Religious _____________” refers to groups of men or women who live within a monastery or convent and are usually connected to an organization dedicated to certain core principles.

Set 2

  1. The Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches both accept only the first _____________ large-scale (or ecumenical) councils.
  2. The low point in the papacy was during the __________.
  3. The Investiture Controversy originated because the pope did not want secular rulers to __________________.
  4. Within _____________ years after Muhammad dying, Islam had spread throughout northern Africa and into Spain.
  5. ___________________ taught that Christ consists of two separate persons, God, and humans. The danger is that one aspect can dominate the other, such as the divine dominating the human thereby making it impossible for Jesus to sin.
  6. Which item listed is not one of the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church?
  7. Match the century to the event.
  8. “Transubstantiation” refers to the bread and wine of communion _____________________
  9. A guidebook that describes the life of a monk or a nun is called a ______________________.
  10. Which one was not a reason for the First Crusade?
  11. “Deuterocanonical” refers to ______________________________.
  12. “Excommunication” refers to ___________________________.
  13. Two monastic groups attempted to reform the Catholic Church from within.  Which one listed is not one of those two groups?
  14. In the Donatist controversy, Augustine wrote that __________________________.
  15. While the number of Crusades varies, the textbook mentions _____ Crusades.
  16. The Catholic and Orthodox officially split in the year ___________.
  17. ______________ was the first pope to fill a power vacuum in Rome.  He convinced an approaching army not to attack Rome.
  18. The ________________ is the name given to the Catholic Latin Bible during the Medieval Period.
  19. “Religious _____________” refers to groups of men or women who live within a monastery or convent and are usually connected to an organization dedicated to certain core principles.
  20. During the [a] Crusade, the Crusaders captured Jerusalem, whereas the Muslims retook Jerusalem after the [b] Crusade.

Set 3

  1. While the number of Crusades varies, the textbook mentions _____ Crusades.
  2. A guidebook that describes the life of a monk or a nun is called a
  3. The ________________ is the name given to the Catholic Latin Bible during the Medieval Period.
  4. Which item listed is not one of the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church
  5. Two monastic groups attempted to reform the Catholic Church from within. Which one listed is not one of those two groups?
  6. The low point in the papacy was during the
  7. In 732, ______________________, the grandfather of Charlemagne, won the decisive Battle of Tours that stopped the Muslim advance into France.
  8. “Deuterocanonical” refers to
  9. “Religious _____________” refers to groups of men or women who live within a monastery or convent and are usually connected to an organization dedicated to certain core principles.
  10. was the first pope to fill a power vacuum in Rome and convinced an approaching army not to attack Rome.
  11. “Transubstantiation” refers to the bread and wine of communion
  12. Which one was not a reason for the First Crusade?
  13. The Investiture Controversy originated because the pope did not want secular rulers to
  14. At one point, the Catholic Church had _____ men who claimed to be pope at the same time.
  15. In the Donatist controversy, Augustine wrote that
  16. The Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches both accept only the first _____________ large-scale (or ecumenical) councils.
  17. “Excommunication” refers to
  18. Within _____________ years after Muhammad dying, Islam had spread throughout northern Africa and into Spain.
  19. The Catholic and Orthodox officially split in the year
  20. and taught that Christ consists of two separate persons, God, and human. The danger is that one person could dominate the other, such as the divine person dominating the human part of Jesus such that it was impossible for Jesus to sin.

Set 4

  1. The Catholic and Orthodox officially split in the year ___________.
  2. While the number of Crusades varies, the textbook mentions _____ Crusades.
  3. In the Donatist controversy, Augustine wrote that __________________________.
  4. The Investiture Controversy originated because the pope did not want secular rulers to __________________.
  5. The low point in the papacy was during the __________.
  6. Which one was not a reason for the First Crusade?
  7. Within _____________ years after Muhammad dying, Islam had spread throughout northern Africa and into Spain.
  8. Two monastic groups attempted to reform the Catholic Church from within.  Which one listed is not one of those two groups?
  9. ___________________ taught that Christ consists of two separate persons, God, and human.  The danger is that one person could dominate the other, such as the divine person dominating the human part of Jesus such that it was impossible for Jesus to sin.
  10. “Transubstantiation” refers to the bread and wine of communion _____________________
  11. A guidebook that describes the life of a monk or a nun is called a ______________________.
  12. In 732, ______________________, the grandfather of Charlemagne, won the decisive Battle of Tours that stopped the Muslim advance into France.
  13. The Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches both accept only the first _____________ large-scale (or ecumenical) councils.
  14. “Excommunication” refers to ___________________________.
  15. Which item listed is not one of the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church
  16. ______________ was the first pope to fill a power vacuum in Rome and convinced an approaching army not to attack Rome.
  17. “Deuterocanonical” refers to ______________________________.
  18. The ________________ is the name given to the Catholic Latin Bible during the Medieval Period.
  19. At one point, the Catholic Church had _____ men who claimed to be pope at the same time.
  20. “Religious _____________” refers to groups of men or women who live within a monastery or convent and are usually connected to an organization dedicated to certain core principles.

 

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