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1

The Eucharist was considered a part of a pagan ritual by the unchurched because they thought the church was blood drinkers.

True

2

The Realist view believed that the bread and wine were without real meaning and spiritual significance.

False

3

The doctrine of the Realist was transubstantiation.

True

4

The Roman Catholics today accept the doctrine of transubstantiation.

True

5

The symbolic view of the Eucharist suggest the blood and body of Jesus are present in reality.

False

6

Pope Gelasius I rejected transubstantiation in AD496

True

7

Christianity did not make exclusive claims upon pagans such as "Jesus is Lord".

False

8

Constantine's Edict of Toleration was a means of compromise with paganism.

True

9

Roman paganism was basically eliminated by Augustine

False

10

Christian holidays such as Easter, Christmas, May Day, and Sunday can be traced back to its pagan influence.

True

11

The lecturer suggested we should cease to celebrate such holidays because of their pagan origin.

False

12

The Roman Church encouraged the claim that Peter was the first Pope.

True

13

The five Mother Churches consolidated power under the five bishops. Antioch gained in its pre-eminence

False

14

The Bishop of Antioch became known as pre-eminent; "first among equals"

False

15

Leo I, Bishop of Rome is often called the first Pope.

True

16

Priest who went off in monasteries to seek holy lives is known as monasticism.

True

17

Monasticism's ultimate test was men and women sleeping together

True

18

Hermits lived in communities and monasteries.

False

19

Simon Stylites as considered one of the most famous of the pillar saints. He sat on a pillar for five years.

False, it was actually 37 years.

20

Monasticism became widespread about 300 to 400 AD.

True