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5 Matching questions

  1. Thomas Cramner
  2. John Calvin
  3. Mormons
  4. Charles Russell
  5. Nationalism
  1. a Founded Jehovah's Witnesses; door-to-door approach
    strict interpretation of a bible
  2. b began in Switzerland; Geneva society
    Genevan Consistency: ruling body, 12 laymen and company of pastors
    Principle of Presdestination
  3. c Its rise caused an increased loyalty of people to their rulers instead of loyalty to the Church (popes, bishops, etc.)
    One cause of decline for Medieval Church
  4. d began by Joseph Smith
    Church of the Latter Day Saints
    "plural marriage"
    successful creed born American soil
  5. e Archbishop of Cnaterbury
    made it so that Henry could get a divorce (sep Engl. w/Rome)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Camp meetings and revivals
    grew during Second Great Awakening
    horseback preachers
  2. Young Men's Christian Association
    Urban Revivalism: evangelical outreach in cities
    father young men together to read the Bible and spread the faith
    founder: George Williams
  3. "electronic church"
    televangelists appeal to upwardly mobile, lower middle class
    espoused a conservative political agenda
  4. group that left the Millerites
    Joseph Bates and James and Ellen White
    Bible = sole rule of faith
    imminent, premillennial, personal, visible return of Jesus
  5. the belief which holds that all beings, natural objects, natural phenomenon, and nature possess souls or spirits that must be reckoned with before any activity can be undertaken
    belief in "great spirit"

5 True/False questions

  1. Andrew CarnegieAm. industrialist and philanthropist
    "Gospel of Wealth"
    -private property
    -free competition
    -unfettered accumulation of wealth


  2. Shamanhad a special relationship w/tribal spirits
    Communicate and maybe control spirits
    Sacred status (conflict w/leaders)


  3. Mary TudorHenry's eldest daughter (K of A)
    ROMAN CATHOLIC; "bloody Mary," papal authority restored


  4. Virginiaanglican
    King James I of England took over colony


  5. Renaissance14th c movement
    return to original sources of Greek and Roman culture
    (made possible by Johann Gutenberg)


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