KS3 RE Quiz
Christianity 02
The Last Supper has many different names.

Christianity 02

The Christian bible is in two parts - the old and new testaments. Though there are many important differences of interpretation and opinion of the Bible on which Christianity is based, Christians share a set of beliefs that they hold as essential to their faith.

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  1. In Christian churches a priest might also be called a what?
  2. Which of these was NOT a disciple?
    Zacchaeus became a follower of Jesus but he is not referred to as one of the 12 disciples
  3. Which of the disciples is sometimes referred to as 'The Beloved Disciple'?
  4. The Eucharist is a commemoration of the Last Supper and has many different names. Which of these is NOT one of those names?
    The Last Supper was the last meal that Jesus shared with his disciples before his death
  5. Martin Luther ..... was the Baptist minister who delivered the celebrated speech containing the words 'I have a dream'.
    Baptists are a group of Christian denominations
  6. During his lifetime, Jesus had 12 close followers known as his .....
    The 12 are sometimes called the 12 Apostles
  7. Catholics believe that the souls of those who die enter purgatory to be made ready for Heaven. Do Protestants agree with this?
    There are several areas in which Catholics and Protestants disagree even though both are Christian
  8. People mentioned in the Bible are called ........ characters.
  9. Christians believe the doctrine of 'Three-in-One' - The Father, Son and Holy Spirit; this is normally referred to as what?
    The Holy Trinity is one of the most difficult concepts of Christianity to understand. Even many Christians misrepresent it!
  10. In a Christian wedding the words 'To have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part' have been used since when?

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