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 What was the most influential religious movement in colonial America?  Puritanism  Lutheranism  Presbyterianism  Quakerism.

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2  What was the most influential religious movement in colonial America?  Puritanism  Lutheranism  Presbyterianism  Quakerism

3  Puritanism

4  What group became known as Congregationalists?  Anglicans  Presbyterians  Puritans  Quakers

5  Puritans

6  Which statement about the Salem witch trials is true?  Only people who professed innocence were executed  Puritan ministers were the driving force behind the trials  No one was practicing witchcraft at the time  The citizens of Salem remained unrepentant about the excesses

7  Only people who professed innocence were executed

8  What was the first non-Anglican religious group to settle in America?  Baptists  Pilgrims  Presbyterians  Quakers

9  Pilgrims

10  What was the main difference between the Congregationalists and the Baptists?  Baptism  Church membership  Doctrine  Polity

11  Baptism

12  Most American Lutherans came from  Holland  France  Germany  Northern Ireland

13  Germany

14  What was the most important denomination in the South? ______________

15  Anglican

16  What sect was centered in the colony of Pennsylvania?________________

17  Quakers

18  T/F Puritans believed that all Christians should leave the Church of England.

19  False

20  T/F Under the Congregationalist system, the baptized child of a church member as considered a church member, too, even if he were unconverted.

21  True

22  T/F The puritans repented for the excesses of the Salem witch trials.

23  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ desired to remove old ceremonies from the Church of England

24  H) Puritans

25  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ rule by bishops who appoint lower officials

26  B) Episcopal polity

27  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ believed that believers should leave the Church of England altogether

28  J) Separatists

29  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ doctrinally sound group that wanted to keep the old ceremonies of the Church of England

30  F) Low church Anglicans

31  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ group that believed the traditions of the Church of England were divinely ordained

32  E) High church Anglicans

33  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ rule by elders elected from among the people, who in turn elect higher officials

34  C) Presbyterian polity

35  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ complete political independence of each church

36  A) Congregational polity

37  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ baptism of children of unconverted parents

38  D) Half-Way Covenant

39  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ practiced baptism by immersion of professing believers only

40  G) Baptists

41  A) Congregational polity  B) Episcopal polity  C) Presbyterian polity  D) Half-Way Covenant  E) High church Anglicans  F) Low church Anglicans  G) Baptists  H) Puritans  I) Quakers  J) Separatists  ___ believed in guidance by “inner light”

42  I) Quakers

43  A) James Blair  B) Thomas Bray  C) George Fox  D) Francis Makemie  E) Roger Williams   ___ Anglican Promoter of Missions

44  B) Thomas Bray

45  A) James Blair  B) Thomas Bray  C) George Fox  D) Francis Makemie  E) Roger Williams   ___ William and Mary College

46  A) James Blair

47  A) James Blair  B) Thomas Bray  C) George Fox  D) Francis Makemie  E) Roger Williams   ___ Colonial Baptist leader

48  E) Roger Williams

49  A) James Blair  B) Thomas Bray  C) George Fox  D) Francis Makemie  E) Roger Williams   ___ Founder of the Quakers

50  C) George Fox

51  A) James Blair  B) Thomas Bray  C) George Fox  D) Francis Makemie  E) Roger Williams   ___ father of American Presbyterianism

52  D) Francis Makemie


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