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5 Matching questions

  1. Lyman Beecher
  2. James I
  3. Babylonian Captivity
  4. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  5. Charles I
  1. a 1305-1377
    7 popes in Avignon
    Showed popes as weaker than rulers
  2. b Transcendentalist
    wrote "Nature," "Self-Reliance," and "The Over-Soul"
  3. c Voluntary Societies
    He organized the American Bible Society 1826
  4. d Didn't support Puritans (some go to Holland)
    Great Migration of Puritans during reign (1630)
  5. e Not very sympathetic to Puritans or catholics
    King James Bible

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. like the Acts of the Apostles
    Shakers (believed in celibacy)
    Second Coming Imminent
  2. Only male heir
    absolutism relaxed under reign
    council (Cramner) more in charge = more liberal ruling
  3. in Protestant groups before Revolutionary War
    dynamic preaching about sinfulness of people, God's wrath, eternal damnation, importance of being saved
  4. Second Coming of Christ is imminent
    appeals to outcasts, oppressed, and marginalized
    Jehovah's Witnesses
  5. most effective new religious groups
    schools based on humanist methods
    served as missionaries

5 True/False questions

  1. Shakersbegan by Joseph Smith
    Church of the Latter Day Saints
    "plural marriage"
    successful creed born American soil

          

  2. 7th Day Adventistsgroup that left the Millerites
    Joseph Bates and James and Ellen White
    Bible = sole rule of faith
    imminent, premillennial, personal, visible return of Jesus

          

  3. Crusadescame with french
    more successful because they adapted to languages and cultures (Culturation)
    Father Jean de Brebeuf: work with Hurons

          

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

          

  5. Methodistsinfluenced many religious groups in 17th c
    called for general reform of the church and renewal of individual spirituality

          

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