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The Passion accounts
a.have a different style than that of
the Gospel's typical stories and
short sayings
b.were probably among the first stories
about Jesus to take on a consistent
form
c.may well have been part of the worship
of the early faith community before
they were commited to writing
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
22.Catholic and Orthodox Christians believe that in the consecrated bread and wine of the Eucharist, Jesus is

a.truly and fully present
b.symolically present
c.poetically present, as in a memorial
d.none of the above
a.truly and fully present
23.Jesus washes the disciples' feet to show how

a.to properly cleanse the body
b.service to others is necessary to a
full celebration of the Eucharist
c.he had been trained to be a servant by
his community
d. both a and c
b.service to others is necessary to a
full celebration of the Eucharist
24.Jesus probably expected that his arrival in Jerusalem would

a.be received with peace and joy
b.result in great tension, if not
violent
c.end a war that was brewing
d.both a and c
b.result in great tension, if not
violent
25.It seems likely that Jesus foresaw his Resurrection in the sense he had

a.no fear of death
b.complete trust that God would not
abandon him in death
c.been clearly told by his Father that
he would be raised from the dead in
three days
d.both b and c
b.complete trust that God would not
abandon him in death