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Question 1: "Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust" from the ________ service.
FuneralBurialDeath and cultureCremation

Question 2: Trinity (Father, Son, ________)
Theology • Doctrine
Thirty-Nine Articles
Caroline Divines
Oxford Movement
Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral
Sacraments • Mary • Saints
Holy SpiritGospelApostle (Christian)New Testament

Question 3: Vestments such as the stole, chasuble and ________ were no longer to be worn, but only a surplice.
Mass (liturgy)CopeBishopCatholic Church

Question 4: In England, Wales and Northern Ireland the Queen's Printer is ________.
Cambridge University PressAlms for JihadAuthorized King James VersionOxford University Press

Question 5: As it has been in regular use for centuries, many phrases from its services have passed into the ________, either as deliberate quotations or as unconscious borrowings.
American EnglishEnglish languageSouth AfricaCanada

Question 6: Instead of the banning of all vestments save the rochet (for bishops) and the ________ for parish clergy, it permitted 'such ornaments...as were in use...in the second year of K.
Stole (vestment)Liturgical bookSurpliceAlb

Question 7: It is a compromise of material drawn from the proposed 1928 book, the 1979 ECUSA book, and the ________.
Roman Catholic theologySummorum PontificumRoman MissalTridentine Mass

Question 8: The failure to translate the Prayer Book into the ________ and the imposition of English liturgy over the Latin rite, led to the Prayer Book Rebellion of 1549[3].
Gorseth KernowManx languageCornwallCornish language

Question 9: John Knox took The Form of Prayers with him to Scotland, where it formed the basis of the Scots ________.
Church of ScotlandBook of Common OrderBook of Common PrayerScottish Reformation

Question 10: In the 1960s, when ________ adopted a vernacular revised mass, many translations of the English prayers followed the form of Cranmer's translation.
Catholic ChurchPopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory I







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