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1

The Middle Ages was a time of high morals in the life of the organized Church.

False

2

Gregory was known as the first real pope with power

True

3

Gregory was elected pope in AD590

True

4

Gregory believed that tradition and Scripture were unequal in authority

False

5

There are four elements known in Penance. They are Contrition, Confession, Addition, and Satisfaction.

False

6

The Mass is a celebration of life.

False

7

Purgatory is a permanent place for departed souls.

False

8

The Priesthood would often control the masses by refusing to offer the sacraments or blessing.

True

9

Treasury of merit refers to how saints become mediators for covering people's sins.

True

10

Iconoclastic Controversy means "idol living"

False

11

The Filioque Controversy was over the Holy Spirits power in the life of a believer.

False

12

The Eucharistic Controversy was over the term "Transubstantiation".

True

13

The word "Nadir" refers to the elements in the Eucharist.

False

14

Gregory VII was known as a reformer.

True

15

The great schism between the Eastern and Western Church came in AD1054.

True

16

The perpetual virginity of Mary is believed by most Bible churches today.

False

17

During the Inquisition there was wide-spread torture, flogging, and burning.

True

18

The Babylonian Captivity is so called because the Pope was exiled in England.

False

19

Innocent III was known as the powerless Pope.

False

20

History reveals the possibility of obtaining the status of Pope in one day.

True