Christians believe in the Trinity - one God, all-loving and all-powerful, in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. All were present at the creation of the world and they each fulfil different roles.
Which word means all-powerful?
What is meant by the Trinity?
Three personality traits of God
One God existing as three parts
Three separate leaders appearing at different times in history with the same message
Which prayer did Jesus teach his followers?
What do the first four of the Ten Commandments relate to?
People’s relationships with one another
People’s relationships with their parents
People’s relationship with God
According to the Book of Genesis, what did God create on the sixth day, as the pinnacle of his creation?
Night and day
The animals of the land
What is a creed?
A statement of beliefs that is often recited during worship
A list of instructions given by God, telling humans how to live
A branch of Christianity
What is meant by moral evil?
Actions that people choose to do with their free will that cause suffering, eg murder
Doing something normally considered wrong, but with a good intention
Acts of nature that cause suffering, eg tsunamis
Whose faith was tested through suffering?
According to Christian teaching, how did God prove his all-loving nature?
By sacrificing his only son, Jesus, to make up for humanity’s sins
By sustaining the Earth
By creating Heaven
Which type of Church does not accept the Christian belief in the Holy Trinity?