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Question 1: ________, William Clowes and Daniel Shoebotham saw this as an answer to complaints from members of the Harriseahead Methodists that their weeknight prayer meeting was too short.
MethodismUnited Methodist ChurchHugh BournePrimitive Methodism

Question 2: The English founders of ________ took inspiration from this for a way of holding an extended prayer meeting.
Francis AsburyUnited Methodist ChurchPrimitive MethodismHugh Bourne

Question 3: Both tunes and words were created, changed, and adapted in true ________ fashion:[5]
Pete SeegerWoody GuthrieElectric folkFolk music

Question 4: Another camp gathering area known now as the Campgrounds, was located in what is now ________.
Barnum Island, New YorkHewlett, New YorkMerrick, New YorkInwood, New York

Question 5: The Wesleyan Methodists disapproved and subsequently expelled ________ "because you have a tendency to set up other than the ordinary worship" which led eventually to the formation of the Primitive Methodist Church.
United Methodist ChurchMethodismPrimitive MethodismHugh Bourne

Question 6: Not only were there few authorized houses of ________, there were even fewer ordained ministers to fill their pulpits.
ReligionPrayerWorshipShrine

Question 7: The 20th century American composer ________ used the Camp Meeting phenomenon as a metaphysical basis for his Symphony No. 3 (Ives).
Symphony No. 4 (Ives)Charles IvesLeonard BernsteinPiano Sonata No. 2 (Ives)

Question 8: They gained wide recognition and a substantial increase in popularity in the aftermath of the ________ as a result of the first holiness movement camp meeting in Vineland, New Jersey in 1867.
American Civil WarBleeding KansasUnited StatesTennessee

Question 9: The camp meeting as a Christian gathering originated in the ________.
Languages of the United StatesAlaskaPhilippinesUnited States

Question 10: These sorts of meetings were huge contributing factors to what became known as the ________.
Second Great AwakeningRestorationism (Christian primitivism)Third Great AwakeningFirst Great Awakening







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