This quiz is going to appear in the bulletin this Sunday (shh... you're getting a sneak peek!). My husband has taken all of the questions from the class that he taught this past Monday, Orthodoxy 101: Saint Constantine the Great (4th century) to the Great Schism between the Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church (11th century).
Orthodoxy 101 - Quiz Two
- What 6th century saintly Byzantine emperor outlined the idea of Symphony between Church and State?
- What does the word "Jihad" mean in Arabic?
- How many Ecumenical Councils were there?
- (True or False) The Nicaean Creed was written to correct false teachings.
- (True or False) According to Islamic law, Christians are free to practice their faith in the Arabian peninsula provided they do so in the privacy of their own homes.
- How many natures and wills does Christ have? What are they?
- Which Ecumenical Council upheld the veneration of icons?
- (True or False) A skete is a very large monastery where every monk and nun follows the same practice and discipline as the others.
- In what year did the Great Schism between the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches occur?
- What does the Latin word "Filioque" mean?
Post your answers in the comments section! I will put up the answer key in a few days!