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Barton W. Stone: Quiz

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Question 1: Congregations that were part of Stone's original movement but chose not to join with Campbell and his followers, merged with similar ________ in other parts of the country.
Christian ChurchEarly ChristianityEast–West SchismChristianity

Question 2: At the massive Cane Ridge, ________ revival of 1801, which attracted an estimated 20,000 people, Barton W.
KentuckyAlabamaIndianaIllinois

Question 3: Stone revealed his new-found conviction of faith as the only prerequisite for ________.
BaptismChristianityJesusSalvation

Question 4: Stone died on November 9, 1844 in ________ at the home of his daughter.
New London, MissouriVandalia, MissouriHannibal, MissouriMonroe City, Missouri

Question 5: After going to Guilford Academy in North Carolina, founded by David Caldwell [1], Stone heard ________ (a Presbyterian minister) speak.
United StatesTennesseeScotch-Irish AmericanJames McGready

Question 6: He found the ________ insistence on man's total depravity to be inconsistent with his interpretation of the Scriptures.
Protestant ReformationCalvinismArminianismCovenant theology

Question 7: Barton Warren Stone (December 24, 1772-November 9, 1844) was an important preacher during the ________ of the early 19th century.
Restorationism (Christian primitivism)Second Great AwakeningThird Great AwakeningFirst Great Awakening

Question 8: Campbell had been working in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Virginia, mostly among ________ groups.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 9: Stone met with Alexander Campbell, a meeting that led to the partial unification of the "Christian" (Stone) movement and the "Reformed Baptist" (Campbell) movement into what is commonly called the ________.
Second Great AwakeningRestoration MovementProtestant ReformationRestorationism (Christian primitivism)

Question 10: But, as Stone looked more deeply into the beliefs of the Presbyterians, especially the ________, he doubted that some of the church beliefs were truly Bible-based.
Covenant theologyCalvinismWestminster Confession of FaithPresbyterianism







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