Center for Religious Studies Module 1: The Historical Development of the Church

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The Center for Religious Studies at University of San Agustin is located in Davao City, Philippines.

False

Module 1 focuses on the historical development of the Church from Pentecost to the present day.

True

The Official Prayer before class includes a prayer to Holy Father Augustine for peace.

True

The contact number for the Center for Religious Studies is (033) 337-4403.

False

The Opening Prayer specifically mentions praying for unity among individuals.

True

The module packet mentioned is labeled as ASF 4.

True

During the Medieval Ages, most of Europe did not undergo Christianization.

False

The Church and the State were separate entities during the medieval period.

False

Pope, Bishops, and Abbots did not have significant roles in medieval European society.

False

Monasteries in medieval Europe did not provide agricultural work for the people.

False

Religious practices in medieval Europe were not influenced by the Catholic Church.

False

The heyday of Monasticism occurred during the Renaissance period.

False

During the Ancient Church period, the main slogan or battle cry was to accept Muhammad as Lord and Savior and be baptized.

False

The early Christians in the Ancient Church period lived in division and selfishness, not unity and charity.

False

The evangelization mission of the apostles and disciples during the Ancient Church period focused on proclaiming the Resurrection of Jesus.

True

During the Ancient Church period, the early Christians grew in numbers slowly and were unable to win converts through baptism.

False

The main celebrations during the Pentecost in the Ancient Church period were the ascension of Jesus to heaven and the founding of the Church.

False

Saint Augustine belonged to the Ancient Church period which spanned from 33 to 500 AD.

True

The Second Vatican Council was the 22nd ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church.

False

The Second Vatican Council aimed to separate Christians from Rome for spiritual renewal.

False

After Vatican II, the Catholic Church made no changes to its teachings or practices.

False

St. Augustine is known as the Father of the Church.

True

St. Augustine lived within the first 100 years of Christianity.

False

St. Augustine was proclaimed by the Church for his holy life and the correctness of his teachings.

True

Penitentials and Indulgences were originally introduced to encourage the faithful to commit sins.

False

Martin Luther exposed the corruption related to Penitentials and Indulgences with his 95 revolutionary opinions.

True

According to Protestant reformers, faith alone and good works are the keys for salvation.

False

The Catholic Church emphasized that faith, good works, and the bible are all sources of God's revelation.

True

Some nobles and monarchs supported Martin Luther and the Protestant reformers in their movement.

True

The split between clergies and peasants was primarily caused by doctrinal differences rather than political issues.

False

Prepare for your Center for Religious Studies Module 1 class on the historical development of the church by reciting the official opening prayer. Follow along with the prayer and get ready to dive into the lesson.

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