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  1. Edward VI
  2. Princeton University
  3. Yale University
  4. Presbyterian Church Organization
  5. Social Gospel
  1. a Only male heir
    absolutism relaxed under reign
    council (Cramner) more in charge = more liberal ruling
  2. b Presbyterians (Pres founded by John Knox)
    first "college of New Jersey"
  3. c 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
  4. d some Puritans (in England)
    Churches are ruled by elected elders, the elders meet and guide the church as a whole and state actively supports the church
  5. e Congregationalists (Puritan)
    conservative group left Harvard (Increase Mather)
    in Connecticut

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. humanist and chancellor of England
    refused to support Henry's divorce and Act of Supremacy (therefore beheaded)
  2. refers to a more personal salvation, acceptance of Jesus Christ, the Bible , Grace, and repentance
    more personal
  3. developed the Camp Meetings of the Second Great Awakening
    stressed; common Christianity, personal repentance, importance of the Bible
    seen as social occasions
  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. Conscious return to classical ideas
    renewed importance of the individual
    Christian Humanists: focus on original source of scripture, original intent of lang.

5 True/False questions

  1. Roger WilliamsFounder Methodist (methodical conscientiousness and discipline)
    open-air preaching and organized lay-conducted "societies"

          

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

          

  3. John Calvinchancellor of Cambridge University, bishop of Rochester; defender of Church vs. Martin Luther and Henry VIII
    only bishop to not swear allegiance as kind demanded (therefore beheaded)

          

  4. PennsylvaniaCatholic (Calvert)

          

  5. TranscendentalismSecond Coming of Christ is imminent
    appeals to outcasts, oppressed, and marginalized
    Jehovah's Witnesses