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1

Marcion was an early heresy that was half pagan and half Christian

True

2

The Marcions accepted both the New and Old testaments

False

3

The Marcions taught that Jesus did not come in the flesh (Docetic).

True

4

Montanist were named after their founder Monotheism

False

5

Montanist taught a simplistic faith and believed in the priesthood of all true believers.

True

6

Tertullian was one of the greatest of the early fathers who condemned the Montanist.

False
Tertullian eventually became a Montanist

7

In the formation of the Canon it was important that the book be universally accepted as well as ratified by a Church council.

True

8

James was one of the early books that was questionable in the canon because it emphasized works.

True

9

One of the last books to be accepted by the 2nd century was Romans.

False

10

The Old Catholic Age ran from A.D 170 to A.D. 236.

False

11

Irenaeus was a proponent of the Asia Minor School.

True

12

Tertullian and Cyprian were proponents of the Alexandria School.

False

13

The word Catholic has a general meaning of "universal"

True

14

Origen was the first to speak of eternal son.

True

15

The major champion of the Trinity for Protestantism was Clement of Alexandria.

False