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  1. Shakers
  2. Crusades
  3. Nationalism
  4. William Miller
  5. Babylonian Captivity
  1. a Pope Urban II
    forgiveness of sins for those who marched
    tried to take back shrines from Muslims in Holy Land (failed)
  2. b 1305-1377
    7 popes in Avignon
    Showed popes as weaker than rulers
  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 Belief that perfect Christian life possible
    belief in celibacy
    also called Millennial Church
    first leaders James and Jane Wardley
    "shaking Quakers"
  5. e founded Mllerites
    sect of Second Adventists believed second coming was imminent
    take the Bible as the sole rule of faith
    imminent, premillennial, personal, visible

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Quaker? (William Penn)
    religious freedom
  2. Founded Water Street Rescue Mission
    eventually set up in every city
    Care for the Wayward: missions for homeless, street people, drunks, etc.
    Lay Evangelism
  3. Catholic (Calvert)
  4. Puritan leader
    powerful gov of Mass Bay Colony (disagreed w/ anne hutchinson
  5. began Mormon
    experienced religious visions, found tablets contained a scriptural account

5 True/False questions

  1. Ulrich ZwingliReestablished protestantism (pope didn't recognize her as ruler)


  2. Henry VIIIOnly male heir
    absolutism relaxed under reign
    council (Cramner) more in charge = more liberal ruling


  3. 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


  4. The Inquisitionrefers to religion of the republic with its own values, traditions, and myths
    religion of the nation


  5. Presbyterian Church OrganizationMost Puritans (in New England)
    churches are organized independently yet cooperate with the state to promote reform