5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- broad churchmanship
- a an approach to interpreting the Bible that insists that all passages must be seen as literally true
- b more than one half of a population live in urban areas in the 19th century
- c Anabaptist, separatist, and Puritans who rejected the national Church of England (Peterson 257).
- d approach to the theological disputes in which liberals and conservatives agree to disagree on certain topics but cooperate on such efforts as evangelism, missions, and other denominational programs (Peterson 329).
- e Russian monks whose prayer and spiritual discipline commanded special respect; they were considered "elders" whom many sought for council (Peterson 342).
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a statement of beliefs
- creed in Lutheranism; it states the Reformers' position that it not only became the most important Lutheran confession but also the foundation of most other Protestant creeds
- a theory that replaced creationism; believes that the universe is so complex, intricate, and closely integrated that an intelligent mind must have designed it (Peterson 330).
- revivalist movement; Jonathan Edwards was a revivalist who wanted to revive religion with a new message into Christianity
- judging things solely according to their material worth without reference to spiritual values (Peterson 344).
5 True/False Questions
Lollard Movement → Wycliffe's followers after he died; bible was the chief authority; they attacked unscriptural doctrines like transubstantiation and clerical celibacy
Tudor Reformation → congregationalist; polity and practice decided individually ; gospel continues in importance
Modernists → founded by John Wesley; goal of inner happiness, live lives of prayer, discipline, and fellowship; radical acceptance from God
Ecological Theology → involved Mennonites, Hutterites, Amish; strongly congregational, victims of persecution
Slavophiles → the righteousness of Christ must simply be accepted by faith alone