How much do you know about the history of your faith?

This was a diagnostic test that I recently used as an introduction to the Sunday School series on Church History that I taught a couple of months ago.

If you're a Christian I encourage you to try it and find out how much you know about the history of your faith.

It’s a simple True or False exam that hopefully check how much we Bible-believing Christians know about the history of our faith, after taking the exam you’ll find the answers at the bottom:

1. The University of Sto. Tomas was named after Dydimus one of the 12 disciples of Jesus.

2. The papal system started when Constantine made Christianity the state religion of the Roman Empire.

3. The Bible was already available during the 1st century Christian church.

4. The systematic articulation of the Doctrine of Predestination and Election started with John Calvin.

5. There are only two major expressions of the historic Christian Church. Protestant and Roman Catholic.

6. Augustine was present in the Council of Nicea.

7. The first statement of faith (or Creed) in the Church was the Apostles Creed.

8. From the very beginning the Scriptures are already organized into chapters and verses.

9. Born again Christians can trace their roots to Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation.

10. The terms: solus Christus, sola gratia, sola fide and sola Scriptura are part of Luther's 99 Theses.

11. The ‘sinners prayer or the prayer to receive Jesus as our personal Lord and Savior’ is a long lost Biblical doctrine that was rediscovered and given prominence by the great evangelist Billy Graham.

12. The term ‘Great Commission’ is in the Bible.

Use the slideshow below to know the correct answers:

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