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  1. Virginia
  2. William Miller
  3. Charles Russell
  4. Episcopalianism
  5. George Fox
  1. a founded Mllerites
    sect of Second Adventists believed second coming was imminent
    take the Bible as the sole rule of faith
    imminent, premillennial, personal, visible
  2. b Founded Jehovah's Witnesses; door-to-door approach
    strict interpretation of a bible
  3. c Formed the Quakers (the Society of Friends)
    message was personal communion w/ a divine "inner light"
    Persecuted in England and Am; settled in remote places, in RI.william penn, etc
  4. d the Anglican church in the United States
    After the Revolutionary war they wanted to distance themselves from anything England
  5. e anglican
    King James I of England took over colony

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Transcendentalist
    wrote Walden
  2. First wife to Henry VIII, married first to Henry's bother (pope had to allow marriage in the first place)
    represented a union with Spain
  3. 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
  4. Augustinian Order monk
    unhappy with what the church was doing: 95 Theses
    never intended to separate at first
  5. President of Harvard University
    accused preachers of Great Awakening to be uneducated
    didn't allow Whitefield to return

5 True/False questions

  1. Charles IDidn't support Puritans (some go to Holland)
    Great Migration of Puritans during reign (1630)

          

  2. Mormonsthe 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"

          

  3. James IDidn't support Puritans (some go to Holland)
    Great Migration of Puritans during reign (1630)

          

  4. UtopianismConscious return to classical ideas
    renewed importance of the individual
    Christian Humanists: focus on original source of scripture, original intent of lang.

          

  5. John Humphrey Noyesestablished Oneida Community
    members of the sect held all property in common and practiced complex marriage and common care of children
    1. security from sin
    2. millennium has come and we are in last days
    3. concentration on living primitive Christian community

          

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