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The first ecumenical or world council, attended by 220 bishops in 325, formalized a statement of essential beliefs of Christian faith known as the            .

During the time of Nero, there was the first recorded persecution of Christians that took place after a terrible destruction in the city of Rome in what year?

According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire?

Which country dispersed the Ten Tribes of Israel in 722BC?

His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day. Lived (354-430).

Who was the Bishop in (339-397)who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church?

Who wrote The Wealth of Nations?

What word could be used in associated with Christian Coptic Art?

Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740-700 BC.

The crucifixion of Christ occurred in approximately what year? CE (secular)/AD (Christian)

This Scripture used by modern Christianity is remarkably consistent. It was written over a period of 1,500 years, by at least                different writes and yet remains true to one theme and has a unified viewpoint on both philosophy and facts.

Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate?

Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christian conducted simple services centered on the            : the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

Because of all the writing of Jesus, we know much about his life.

Pauls’ prologue on the Logos has been very beneficial to the growth of Christianity?

As we learned in the presentation “Introduction to Rome and Christianity,” the National Gallery of Art Museum resembles the Parthenon in Greece.

Rome showed special originality in the field of education by creating law schools and recognizing medicine as an important specialization.

The prohibition of graven images separated Judaism from all other religions, which represented their gods in a variety of ways.

 

Question 1 According to Schaeffer, no totalitarian authority, nor authoritarian state can tolerate those who have an ________ by which to judge that state and its actions.

Question 2 Schaeffer says that culture and freedoms of people are fragile. Without a sufficient _____ it would not be long before they collapse.

Question 3 The National Gallery of Art, dedicated in 1941 is a beautiful example of ________ architecture.

Question 4 The basic way an individual looks at life, his basic worldview, the grid through which he see the world.

Question 5 If there is chaos and insecurity in a culture, the people will accept what type of government?

Question 6 Who was the author of “The City of God”?

Question 7 One event not depicted in the catacombs was:

Question 8 Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?

Question 9 Which of these is not the way that Rome expressed its art?

Question 10 Who wrote the Apostles Creed?

Question 11 This person’s beliefs form the backbone for European culture throughout the late Middle Ages.

Question 12 Roman popes asserted that Jesus had granted to the apostle Peter, jurisdiction over the whole church.

Question 13 If the early Christians had worshiped Jesus and Caesar, they would have gone unharmed, but they rejected all forms of __________________.

Question 14 The Greeks tried first to build their society upon the city­state, that is, the __________.

Question 15 In a narrow sense the Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible, called the

Question 16 In the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, which two figures are standing on either side of Jesus?

Question 17 Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art.

Question 18 According to Schaeffer to understand where we are in today’s world—in our intellectual ideas and in our cultural and political live we must trace three lines of history. Which one is not one of the three?

Question 19 Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the _____________, which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire.

Question 20 Why was the early Christian Church not persecuted?

Question 21 The Ceasars would not tolerate the Christians worshipping of the one God only.

Question 22 Rome and Greek gods were basically just amplified humanity.

Question 23 In the early Christian church, when a people became a Christian and accepted baptism, he was welcomed into the Roman Culture because of his strong moral character.

Question 24 Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.

Question 25 The earliest Christian art was mainly symbolic.

Question 26 The New Testament is silent on the philosophies of the Roman world.

Question 27 According to Schaeffer, Rome collapsed because of the tremendous external forces put upon it.

Question 28 By the 2nd century the Bishop of Rome was calling himself Pope.

Question 29 According to Schaeffer, humanism can work if you just try to develop it a little more.

Question 30 Roman Law and Political Ideas were good but would not affect future Western Cultures principles of law.

 

Question 1 The Greeks tried first to build their society upon the city­state, that is, the __________.

Question 2 The National Gallery of Art, dedicated in 1941 is a beautiful example of ________ architecture.

Question 3 This person’s beliefs form the backbone for European culture throughout the late Middle Ages.

Question 4 Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art.

Question 5 In a narrow sense the Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible, called the

Question 6 Who wrote the Apostles Creed?

Question 7 Roman popes asserted that Jesus had granted to the apostle Peter, jurisdiction over the whole church.

Question 8 What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine.

Question 9 The basic way an individual looks at life, his basic worldview, the grid through which he see the world.

Question 10 Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the _____________, which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire.

Question 11 In the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, which two figures are standing on either side of Jesus?

Question 12 According to Schaeffer to understand where we are in today’s world—in our intellectual ideas and in our cultural and political live we must trace three lines of history. Which one is not one of the three?

Question 13 Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?

Question 14 Which of these is not the way that Rome expressed its art?

Question 15 If there is chaos and insecurity in a culture, the people will accept what type of government?

Question 16 Schaeffer says that culture and freedoms of people are fragile. Without a sufficient _____ it would not be long before they collapse.

Question 17 One event not depicted in the catacombs was:

Question 18 Who was the author of “The City of God”?

Question 19 Why was the early Christian Church not persecuted?

Question 20 If the early Christians had worshiped Jesus and Caesar, they would have gone unharmed, but they rejected all forms of __________________.

Question 21 The Ceasars would not tolerate the Christians worshipping of the one God only.

Question 22 Rome and Greek gods were basically just amplified humanity.

Question 23 According to Schaeffer, Rome collapsed because of the tremendous external forces put upon it.

Question 24 According to Schaeffer, humanism can work if you just try to develop it a little more.

Question 25 In the early Christian church, when a people became a Christian and accepted baptism, he was welcomed into the Roman Culture because of his strong moral character.

Question 26 The New Testament is silent on the philosophies of the Roman world.

Question 27 Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.

Question 28 The earliest Christian art was mainly symbolic.

Question 29 By the 2nd century the Bishop of Rome was calling himself Pope.

Question 30 Roman Law and Political Ideas were good but would not affect future Western Cultures principles of law.

 

Question 1 If the early Christians had worshiped Jesus and Caesar, they would have gone unharmed, but they rejected all forms of __________________.

2 The basic way an individual looks at life, his basic worldview, the grid through which he see the world.

Question 3 After the period of Constantine, how is Jesus depicted in Christian art?

Question 4 The National Gallery of Art, dedicated in 1941 is a beautiful example of ________ architecture.

Question 5 Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome?

Question 6 According to Schaeffer, no totalitarian authority, nor authoritarian state can tolerate those who have an ________ by which to judge that state and its actions.

Question 7 Why was the early Christian Church not persecuted?

Question 8 Who was the author of “The City of the Gods”?

Question 9 If there is chaos and insecurity in a culture, the people will accept what type of government?

Question 10 Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art.

Question 11 One event not depicted in the catacombs was:

Question 12 This person’s beliefs form the backbone for European culture throughout the late Middle Ages.

Question 13 Constantine played an influential role in the proclamation of the _____________, which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the empire. Selected Answer: Edict of Milan Question 14 Schaeffer says that culture and freedoms of people are fragile. Without a sufficient _____ it would not be long before they collapse.

Question 15 According to Schaeffer to understand where we are in today’s world—in our intellectual ideas and in our cultural and political live we must trace three lines of history. Which one is not one of the three?

Question 16 The Catholic Church teaches that Christianity originated in the teachings of Christ, but became an institutionalized church largely through the efforts of Peter.

Question 17 Which of these is not the way that Rome expressed its art?

Question 18 In the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, which two figures are standing on either side of Jesus?

Question 19 What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine.

Question 20 The Greeks tried first to build their society upon the city­state, that is, the __________.

Question 21 In the early Christian church, when a people became a Christian and accepted baptism, he was welcomed into the Roman Culture because of his strong moral character.

Question 22 The Romans like the Greeks before them tried to build upon conquered people.

question 23 The New Testament is silent on the philosophies of the Roman world.

Question 24 Roman Law and Political Ideas were good but would not affect future Western Cultures principles of law.

Question 25 Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation.

Question 26 According to Schaeffer, Rome collapsed because of the tremendous external forces put upon it.

Question 27 In the early church, there was much theological disagreement about what Jesus looked like.

Question 28 The earliest Christian art was strictly symbolic.

Question 29 According to Schaeffer, humanism can work if you just try to develop it a little more.

Question 30 By the 2nd century the Bishop of Rome was calling himself Pope.

 

Question 1 Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy?

Question 2 Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?

Question 3 What term is used to describe richly decorated medieval manuscripts?

Question 4 In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?

Question 5 Historians have traditionally described how Europe fell into a period of the “Dark Ages” after which date?

Question 6 Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?

Question 7 The concept of the “Great Chain of Being” illustrates which important idea in late medieval culture?

Question 8 The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?

Question 9 Medieval dramas that narrate the life of a local saint are called what?

Question 10 What did medieval pilgrims travel to a cathedral to see?

Question 11 Gregory the Great was the first church leader to claim Petrine authority.

Question 12 Augustine wrote a spiritual autobiography called “Confessions.”

Question 13 Western culture in the Middle Ages was formed from a combination of classical, Christian, and Islamic influences.

Question 14 The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.

Question 15 Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.

Question 16 Historians have recently explored the possibility that lead poisoning contributed to the collapse and fall of the Roman Empire.

Question 17 Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe.

Question 18 The term “three estates” is used to describe the three spheres of the cosmos in medieval theology.

Question 19 Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals.

Question 20 The early spreading of Islam could be described as rapid and violent.

 

Question 1 The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?

Question 2 Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?

Question 3 In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?

Question 4 Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?

Question 5 What did medieval pilgrims travel to a cathedral to see?

Question 6 Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy?

Question 7 The concept of the “Great Chain of Being” illustrates which important idea in late medieval culture?

Question 8 Historians have traditionally described how Europe fell into a period of the “Dark Ages” after which date?

Question 9 Medieval dramas that narrate the life of a local saint are called what?

Question 10 What term is used to describe richly decorated medieval manuscripts?

Question 11 Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals.

Question 12 The term “three estates” is used to describe the three spheres of the cosmos in medieval theology.

Question 13 Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe.

Question 14 The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.

Question 15 Augustine wrote a spiritual autobiography called “Confessions.”

Question 16 Gregory the Great was the first church leader to claim Petrine authority.

Question 17 Western culture in the Middle Ages was formed from a combination of classical, Christian, and Islamic influences.

Question 18 Historians have recently explored the possibility that lead poisoning contributed to the collapse and fall of the Roman Empire.

Question 19 The early spreading of Islam could be described as rapid and violent.

Question 20 Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.

 

Question 1 Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy?

Question 2 In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?

Question 3 Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?

Question 4 The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?

Question 5 Historians have traditionally described how Europe fell into a period of the “Dark Ages” after which date?

Question 6 Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?

Question 7 What term is used to describe richly decorated medieval manuscripts?

Question 8 The concept of the “Great Chain of Being” illustrates which important idea in late medieval culture?

Question 9 What did medieval pilgrims travel to a cathedral to see?

Question 10 Medieval dramas that narrate the life of a local saint are called what?

Question 11 Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.

Question 12 Gregory the Great was the first church leader to claim Petrine authority.

Question 13 The term “three estates” is used to describe the three spheres of the cosmos in medieval theology.

Question 14 The early spreading of Islam could be described as rapid and violent.

Question 15 Augustine wrote a spiritual autobiography called “Confessions.”

Question 16 Historians have recently explored the possibility that lead poisoning contributed to the collapse and fall of the Roman Empire.

Question 17 Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe.

Question 18 Western culture in the Middle Ages was formed from a combination of classical, Christian, and Islamic influences.

Question 19 Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals.

Question 20 The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.

 

The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?

Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?

Historians have traditionally described how Europe fell into a period of the “Dark Ages” after which date?

Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?

In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?

What term is used to describe richly decorated medieval manuscripts?

The concept of the “Great Chain of Being” illustrates which important idea in late medieval culture?

Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy?

What did medieval pilgrims travel to a cathedral to see?

Medieval dramas that narrate the life of a local saint are called what?

Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe

Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals

Western culture in the Middle Ages was formed a combination of classical, Christian, and Islamic influences

Augustine wrote a spiritual autobiography called “Confessions”

Gregory the Great was the first church leader to claim Petrine authority

The term “three estates” is used to describe the three spheres of the cosmos in medieval theology.

Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic Church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature

The early spreading of Islam could be described as rapid and violent

Historians have recently explored the possibility that lead poisoning contributed to the collapse and fall of the Roman Empire.

The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.

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