Presentation on theme: "The Pilgrims regard their voyage as"— Presentation transcript:
1The Pilgrims regard their voyage as Spiritual journeyB. Physical journeyBoth a physical and spiritual journey
2The first people to migrate to North America were A. Explorers from SpainB. The Norse by way of Iceland and GreenlandC. Ice Age hunter via the Bering land bridge
3The greatest legacy of the French and Spanish explorers was A. Long-live political institutionsB. Written accounts of the New WorldC. Moral and ethical religious convictionsD. Farming inovations
4The Mayflower Compact paved the way for A. A national churchB. A constitutional democracyC. The Salem witch trials
5Rationalist believed that all people A. Were sinners in the eyes of God, with no hope of redemptionB. Were either saved or damned, according to God’s willC. Could change the course of human events through prayerD. Could think in an ordered manner, thereby improving their lives
6The following man compared God to a clockmaker A. Ben FranklinB. John LockeC. Sir Isaac Newton
19By 1642 how many Pilgrims and Puritans had settled here? C. 50,000D. 100,000
20What belief did Pilgrims and Puritans hold in common?
21Puritans believed the Bible is the literal word of God True or False?
22What was an important form of literature for Puritans?
23Complete this phrase from John Winthrop‘s famous speech held in 16 Complete this phrase from John Winthrop‘s famous CCCCCCCcsp Consider that wee shall be as a … 30: “Consider that wee shall be as a …Complete this phrase from John Winthrop,“We shall be seenA. As a city upon a hillB. A forest villageC. A metropolis in a cityD. A small village
24The seamen are astonished by the death of the profane seaman an attribute his demise to A. The heavy stormsB. The will of GodC. His fondness for rumD. His carelessness
25The Pilgrims’ ship first reaches land in America at A. Cape CodB. Near the Hudson RiverC. At Boston
26Bradford describes the American Indians whom the Puritans encounter with A. Great admiration and praiseB. A combination of pity and fearC. A sense of guilt for taking their landD. A mixture of disdain and respect
27At the first Thanksgiving the Puritans are most thankful for A. The treaty they have made with the American IndiansB. The departure of the loathsome sailorsC. Their great store of game and cornD. The arrival of more people from England
28Mary Rowlandson’s main intention is to A. Write a best sellerB. Analyze another cultureC. Arouse hatred toward the WampanoagD. Show how her experience revealed God’s purpose
29The tribe that captures Rowlandson is forced to keep moving because of its A. English pursuersB. Need for FoodC. Treaty with the colonistsD. Religious practices
30Rowlandson primarily draws strength to survive from ? A. Her desire to return and tell her story to the PuritansB. Her belief in God’s ultimate purposeC. The medicine that a sympathetic woman gives herD. Her desire to avenge the death of her child
31An allusion is A. Something you can’t see B. A reference to something from art, music, religion, science, literature, etc.C. A comparison of two unlike thingsD. An exaggeration
32The head of the Indian tribe that captured Mary is named A. King GeorgeB. King PhillipC. King JohnD. King Richard
33Puritans viewed the raids by the Indians as a sign from God as a result of their A. Being selfish with their landB. Young people dancingC. Not reading the Bible every day.D. Drinking too much beer.
34Christians saw the comparison of these narratives as A. Allegories about their livesB. Similes about their livesC. A hyperbole about their life
35The Captivity Narratives were always objective writing True or FalseThe Captivity Narratives were always objective writing
36True or FalseWar was sparked by an Indian informant giving information to the Puritans about the raids
37How did the captivity narratives change with time?
38In his sermon, Edwards mainly taps into his audience’s fear of A. Their minister’s wrathB. Burning forever in a fiery pitC. Associating with sinnersD. Floods and other natural disasters
39When Edwards refers to the unconverted persons in this congregation, he chiefly addresses the A . Men and women who do not believe in GodB. Church visitorsC. People who are against himD. Members who do not accept Christ as theirSavior
40Edwards presents God as a being who A. Enjoys human suffering and miseryB. Continually redefines the universeC. Is often angry and vengefulD. Easily forgives people
41Edwards builds a sense of urgency and peril by suggesting that A. Death and damnation may occur at any momentB. The church is being persecuted by unholdy forcesC. Ministers alone can determine who is to be savedD. The end of the world is coming soon.