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Quicumque vult
Whoever wishes (to be saved)
Athanasian Creed
Incarnation/Trinity
Gnosis
Knowledge
Dokesis
Appearance
Oikoumene
Whole inhabited world
Chrysostom
Golden-mouthed
Anachorein
To withdraw
Ousia
Substance
Vulgus
Common
Theotokos
God-bearer
Orthodox Catholicism derives from the Deposit of Faith.
True
Platonic philosophy viewed te natural world as superior to the world of ideas.
False
A diocesan council convenes all th bishops in the world.
False
St. Ambrose of Milan gave us the Latin Vulgate
False
Appolinarius denied the existence of a human mind and will in Christ.
True
Monothelitism maintained one will in Christ, but two natures.
True
Pelagius taught that man could be saved without grace.
True
Mani rejected the Gnostic role of conflict between light and darkness.
True
Arius taught that Christ was a creature of the father, though the oldest infinite being.
True
St Athanasius is best known for combating the Docetist heresy.
False
The Emperor Liberius called the Council of Nicea
False
Nestorius taught that Mary did not deserve the title of Theotokos
True
St. Vladmir is the "Apostle of Armenia"
False
Pelagius believed that all a man needed to be saved was to deny Christ had three natures.
False
Theodosius cemented the union between Church and state with his decree of 391 making Christianity the official religon of the empire.
True
What do the two main points of the Athanasian creed emphasize?
The Incarnation and the Trinity
An ___________ is a ban solemnly pronounced by an ecclesiastical authority and accompanied by excommunication.
anathema
What occurs when someone freely chooses to hold tenents opposed to Church teaching?
formal heresy
What heresy split people into two classes: pneumatokoi and sarkikou.
Gnosticism
Marcion recognized only St.______ as a legitimate authority because of his teaching regarding freedom from the law.
Paul
"The whole world has gone Aryan, then it is ____________ against the world"
Athanasius
Who taught that Christ was never fully human or fully divine?
Nestorius
What heresy denied the two natures of Christ?
Monophysitism
A _________ is one who gives up Sacred Scriptures under Diocletian.
Traditor
Who taught that Jesus was neither God nr equal to the Father, but raised to the level of "Son of God" because of his fidelity and piety.
Arius
What saint is known as the Athanasius of the west?
St. Hilary of Portiers
Who were the three Cappadocian saints?
St Gregory of Nyssa, St Gregory of Nazianzus and St. Basil the Great
Wo taught that the human nature of Christ was absorbed into the Divine nature as a drop of water is absorbed into the ocean?
Euthyches
What heresy rejected the validity of the sacraments celebrated by priests and bishops who had formerly betrayed their faith?
Donatism
Which saint lived a life summarized by his constant affirmation of "Our hearts are restless until they rest in thee, Oh Lord"?
St Augustine