Question 1. Question
(TCO 6) Judaism traces its origins back to this patriarch in
the book of Genesis:
Question 2. Question
(TCO 7) The first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures are
Question 3. Question
(TCO 6) The greatest (or, major) prophets were:
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Moses, Joshua, and Judges.
Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekial.
James, Peter, and Paul.
Question 4. Question
(TCO 6) A well-known leader of Reform Judaism in America was:
Isaac M. Wise.
Question 5. Question
(TCO 7) The authoritative list of the twenty-seven books that
make up the New Testament (Christian Scriptures) is known as:
the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Nag Hammadi Writings.
Question 6. Question
(TCO 6) This early Christian leader made three important
missionary journeys and is often called the "apostle to the
Question 7. Question
(TCO 6) This branch of Christianity is ethnically oriented
and is predominant in such countries as Russia, Greece, Bulgaria, and Romania:
None of the above
Question 8. Question
(TCO 6) In AD 1517, the Protestant Reformation began with the
Question 9. Question
(TCO 6) The most significant movement in religion since World
War I is: