Comes from a root word meaning “sacred building.”
Was coined by the apostles to describe a Christian congregation.
Has no counterpart in the Old Testament.
Simply means “an assembly.”
The building where believers gather.
The universal church of all time.
A local body of believers.
Both B and C.
A body, a building, and a bride.
A new man, a new woman, and a new home.
A rock, a river, and a refuge.
A palace, a nursery, and a home.
Existed both in Old and New Testament times.
Is a logical extension of Judaism.
Came into being on the day of Pentecost.
Was Christ’s place of worship when He lived on earth.
Attendance to apostolic teaching
Regular offerings to provide for the poor.
Breaking of bread
Pastors and teachers.
It’s the only way that is approved in the New Testament.
It’s done a little at a time and can therefore be applied at a reasonable pace.
It makes those teachers feel useful.
It’s a way to earn respect from the elders.
The whole congregation share equal value and status.
The elders and deacons hold the most important roles.
It’s not necessary to know everyone’s names by heart.
We should address all believers individually as “Saint ___________.”
Should be a successful business man.
Should be a man over 60 years of age.
Should qualify to be so in accordance with Scripture.
Should be voted into office by the congregation.
Saints are Christians who lived exceptionally holy lives and have been canonized by the church.
Deacons are “elders” or “overseers” charged with the care of the spiritual needs of a local church.
Bishops are high ranking church officials who have charge over a number of churches.
None of the above are true