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  1. Walter Rauschenbusch
  2. Maryland
  3. Social Gospel
  4. Thomas Cramner
  5. Episcopalianism
  1. a the Anglican church in the United States
    After the Revolutionary war they wanted to distance themselves from anything England
  2. b Archbishop of Cnaterbury
    made it so that Henry could get a divorce (sep Engl. w/Rome)
  3. c gave intellectual respectability so that it [Social Gospel] could not be dismissed
  4. d apply biblical teachings to the problems associated with industrialization and urbanization
    leaders: Washington Gladden and Walter Rauschenbusch
    "social creed of the churches;" abolition of child labor, better working conditions for women, one day off during the week, right of every worker to a living wage
  5. e Catholic (Calvert)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. revivalist preacher
    ranting fundamentalist preacher who attracted and entertained large crowds
  2. 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"
  3. Didn't support Puritans (some go to Holland)
    Great Migration of Puritans during reign (1630)
  4. modern Pentecostal movement
    characterized by a "second baptism"
    all denominations
  5. came with french
    more successful because they adapted to languages and cultures (Culturation)
    Father Jean de Brebeuf: work with Hurons

5 True/False questions

  1. Jerry McCauleyFirst called "Defender of the Church"
    then wanted divorce:break of England w/Rome
    Supremacy Act: 1534 king=supreme head of Anglican Church (Church of England)


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


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


  4. Ignatius of Loyola/Society of Jesusmost effective new religious groups
    schools based on humanist methods
    served as missionaries


  5. Charles FinneyPresident of Harvard University
    accused preachers of Great Awakening to be uneducated
    didn't allow Whitefield to return


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