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Steven Colyer
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Margaret Bruce
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Stephanie Landry
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Besides Islam, which of the following was also a target of Western European crusaders? -protestantism -Roman Catholicism -Eastern Orthodox Christianity -Buddhism
Eastern Orthodox Christianity
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What are the differences between Eastern Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholic Christianity?
Theology, church practice, nature of the Trinity, source of the Holy Spirit, original sin, and relative importance of faith.
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Which of the following is an example of the Byzantine Empire’s influence on Eurasia? -acceptance of Latin as the international language of diplomacy -transmission of ancient Greek learning to Western Europe and the Islamic world -control of the trade routes along the Silk Roads and across the Sahara -spread of Eastern Orthodox Christianity to North Africa and Central Asia
transmission of ancient Greek learning to Western Europe and the Islamic world
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What elements did Eastern Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholic Christianity have in common?
They both derived from the growth of Christianity in the Roman Empire so therefor they both believed in the same teachings of Jesus, the bible, sacraments, church heirachy of patriarchs, bishops, and priests, missionary impulse, and intolerance toward other religions.
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How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity differ from Roman Catholicism? (472)
Place – Eastern & Western Europe Time – 500 to 1300 CE The head of the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church was also the head of the state (government). The Church was treated as a government department. However, the Roman Catholic Church in Western Europe was independent from political authorities. Disagreements on Trinity, Holy Spirit, original sin and importance of faith and reason
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How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity differ from Roman Catholicism?
Unlike Western Europe, where the Catholic Church maintained some degree of independence from political authorities, in Byzantium the emperor assumed something of the role of both “Caesar,” as head of state, and the pope, as head of the Church. Thus the Byzantine emperor appointed the patriarch of the Orthodox Church, sometimes made decisions about doctrine, called church councils into session, and generally treated the Church as a government department. ​•​In the Eastern Orthodox Church, Greek became the language of religious practice instead of the Latin used in the Roman Catholic Church. ​•​More so than in the West, Byzantine thinkers sought to formulate Christian doctrine in terms of Greek philosophical concepts. ​•​The Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches disagreed on a number of doctrinal issues, including the nature of the Trinity, the relative importance of faith and reason, and the veneration of icons. ​•​Priests in Byzantium allowed their beards to grow long and were permitted to marry, while priests in the West shaved and, after 1050 or so, were supposed to remain celibate. ​•​Orthodox ritual called for using bread leavened with yeast in the mass, but Catholics used unleavened bread. ​•​Eastern Orthodox leaders sharply rejected the growing claims of Roman popes to be the sole and final authority for all Christians everywhere
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