NAME

Question Types


Start With


Question Limit

of 88 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads

5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. Charles Chauncey
  2. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  3. Thomas More
  4. Mary Tudor
  5. Presbyterian Church Organization
  1. a Henry's eldest daughter (K of A)
    ROMAN CATHOLIC; "bloody Mary," papal authority restored
  2. b some Puritans (in England)
    Churches are ruled by elected elders, the elders meet and guide the church as a whole and state actively supports the church
  3. c President of Harvard University
    accused preachers of Great Awakening to be uneducated
    didn't allow Whitefield to return
  4. d Transcendentalist
    wrote "Nature," "Self-Reliance," and "The Over-Soul"
  5. e humanist and chancellor of England
    refused to support Henry's divorce and Act of Supremacy (therefore beheaded)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Only male heir
    absolutism relaxed under reign
    council (Cramner) more in charge = more liberal ruling
  2. movement among high intellectuals who were liberal in their theological approach; against Calvinism and Unitarian Church
    centers on divinity of humanity and natural world
    1. believe in divine imminence
    2. intuitive perception of truth
    3. distrust of traditional authority and structure
    Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson
    3. distrust of traditiona
  3. English preacher after Edwards
    Father of Pentecostalism
    "The Great Itinerant," preached in open air
    "quickening"- increase of religious fervor
  4. Founded Water Street Rescue Mission
    eventually set up in every city
    Care for the Wayward: missions for homeless, street people, drunks, etc.
    Lay Evangelism
  5. began in Zurich, Switzerland
    Believed in the Symbol of Jesus at the Eucharist: no more than a memorial service
    (Transubstantiation: Christ present, bread etc. change Consubstantiation: Christ present, bread etc. not changed

5 True/False Questions

  1. Brown UniversityCongregationalists (Puritan)
    conservative group left Harvard (Increase Mather)
    in Connecticut

          

  2. George FoxDidn't support Puritans (some go to Holland)
    Great Migration of Puritans during reign (1630)

          

  3. Babylonian Captivity1305-1377
    7 popes in Avignon
    Showed popes as weaker than rulers

          

  4. Unitarianslike the Acts of the Apostles
    Shakers (believed in celibacy)
    Second Coming Imminent

          

  5. Thomas CramnerArchbishop of Cnaterbury
    made it so that Henry could get a divorce (sep Engl. w/Rome)

          

Create Set