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How many times in Christ’s ministry did He mention the church?
What passage of Scripture did the Duke of Wellington call the “Marching orders of the church?”
With whom did the church begin?
How many Baptised believers were added to the church on the day of Pentecost?
What great persecutor of the church was finally converted?
When the households were baptised in the New Testament, it is clear that this included the baptism of infants.
When the bishops were placed over a local church, there was no division between the clergy and the laity.
What did the early church worship consist of?
It appears that music had virtually no role in the early church.
On what day did the early church worship?
The Roman Empire never tolerated any foreign religions.
Christianity was first looked upon as a form of Judaism.
Though persecution was great in the Roman Empire, very few Christians were martyred.
The early Christian writers were inept at answering the skepticism of critics in the early centuries.
When truth is pitted against error, it always triumphs because it has the power of God on its side.
False teaching and heresy was known to the New Testament writers.
All religions other than Christianity taught salvation by works.
By the second century, schism against the Catholic or universal church was seen as a deadly sin.
The Bible is clear that salvation is an inward work of the Spirit rather than an outward ritual such as baptism.
What is clinic baptism?
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By the sixth century, infant baptism was accepted among Catholic churches as a means of salvation.
The Bible teaches that the bread at communion becomes the literal body of Christ.
Based on the Old Testament Levitical priesthood, the church is to set up a priesthood of clergy that are separate from the common member.
The corruption of the church ran parallel to the success of Christianity.