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Select the boxes to classify the beliefs and practices.

Roman Catholic Church

Eastern Orthodox Church

Both

Christian

church services

emperor as head of the church

Holy Bible

Jesus as savior

patriarchs as equals within the church

pope as head of the church

no secular authority over church

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  1. What are you supposed to do?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. your supposed to put the answers is (both), (Roman catholic Church) and (Easter Orthodox Church).

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  3. I am also confused, please put a clear answer, I am working on my homework studies for the test, I am in 6th grade.

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  4. 1. east orthadox.
    2. both
    3. both
    4. roman cath.
    it should look like this
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  5. Mrs. Sue is a student at our school and IS NOT a real teacher.
    There is a REAL MS. SUE BUT this one is fake.

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  6. jk this jooke

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  7. What led to a split within the Christian church?

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  8. Eastern, check
    Both, check
    Both, check
    Roman Catholic, check
    Your welcome

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  9. this is so confusing can someone give a real answer

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