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Before to 250 AD, persecution of Christians was _________
Issue at the Fifth Ecumenical Council
Apostolic origin, Universal reception & Consistency of doctrine is the tests for
This type of Inquisition was confession of sins and forgiveness
Pope is of the ______________
Who was the key figure in spreading the Gospel to the Gentiles
____________ was a pivotal moment in Christianity
King's Crusade: King of France
Issue at the Seventh Ecumenical Council
Who called for the first Crusade?
Issue at the Second Ecumenical Council
What was the main the issue that was at the first church council in Acts 15:1-29
____________ helped Christianity flourish in the first century by giving peace & freedom to move about
Jesus taught a great deal about the ____________
Tertulliam is known as Father of
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Constantine issued the Edict of Milan which stopped ______________
Issue at the Third Ecumenical Council
Issue at the Fourth Ecumenical Council
Patriarch is of the ______________
Justin Martyr presented Christ as ________
____________ is known for his allegorical approach to Scripture
Issue at the Sixth Ecumenical Council
Jesus did not employ the _____________ of man in his teachings
___________ is the primary motivation for the crusades was the Crusades
Athenagorus wrote ____________________
This type of Inquisition used torture for confession
__________ was a special court to deal with heresy
Issue at the First Ecumenical Council
King's Crusade: King of Germany
King's Crusade: King of England

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