Catholic Heresies Quiz

This is a quiz of beliefs declared heretical by the Catholic church according to Wikipedia as of 7/22/2020 A.D. The link to my source is here:
This quiz does not include any Gnostic faiths.
Quiz by LordPhil489
Last updated: July 22, 2020
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Description Of Heresy
Belief that Jesus Christ was a natural union between the Flesh and the Word, thus not identical, to the divine Son of God.
Belief that Jesus' physical body was an illusion and as such did not really die on the cross.
Belief that Jesus Christ had two natures but only one will.
Belief that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three characterizations of one God, rather than three distinct "persons" in one God.
Belief that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three independent and distinct divine beings as opposed to three persons of one being and one essence
Denial of the true divinity of Jesus Christ taking various specific forms, but all agreed that Jesus Christ was created by the Father, that he had a beginning in time, and that the title "Son of God" was a courtesy one.
Belief that Jesus was born as a mere (non-divine) man, was supremely virtuous and that he was adopted later as "Son of God" by the descent of the Spirit on him.
Belief that the Father and Son are not two distinct persons, and thus God the Father suffered on the cross as Jesus.
Description Of Heresy
Any view which holds that Christians are freed by grace from obligations of any moral law.
Held all things in common, even wives and children
The belief that icons are idols and should be destroyed.
Extreme proponents of the rule of Saint Francis of Assisi, especially with regard to poverty, and regarded the wealth of the Church as scandalous, and that of individual churchmen as invalidating their status.
Belief that God has human form (anthropomorphism) and that one ought to celebrate Jesus' death during the Jewish Passover (quartodecimanism).
The domestic policies of Joseph II of Austria, attempting to impose a liberal ideology on the Church.
Religious movement that believes in a "Godhead" of separate and distinct beings: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, as well as a Heavenly Mother. Further, it is believed that all humans as children of God can become exalted, or in other words, "As man now is God once was: As God now is, man may be."
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