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Christianity in the United States: Quiz


Question 1: Puritans were English Protestants who wished to reform and purify the ________ in the New World of what they considered to be unacceptable residues of Roman Catholicism.
Bishop of LincolnChurch of EnglandArchbishop of YorkArchbishop of Canterbury

Question 2: The mainline or mainline Protestant ________ are those Protestant denominations that were brought to the United States by its historic immigrant groups; for this reason they are sometimes referred to as heritage churches.
BaptistEcumenismChristian denominationChristianity

Question 3: The ELCA, through predecessor church bodies, is a founding member of the ________, World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches USA.
International Lutheran CouncilLutheranismLutheran World FederationLutheranism by region

Question 4: of Congregational Christian Churches
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Reformed Church in America
United Church of Christ
Reformed Church in the United StatesNorth American Presbyterian and Reformed CouncilPresbyterian Church in AmericaAssociate Reformed Presbyterian Church

Question 5: Modern Roman Catholic immigrants come to the United States from the Philippines, Poland, and ________, especially from Mexico.
Latin American cultureAmericasLatin AmericaSouth America

Question 6: The movement began with Jonathan Edwards, a Massachusetts preacher who sought to return to the Pilgrims' strict ________ roots.
CalvinismArminianismProtestant ReformationCovenant theology

Question 7: In typical usage, the term mainline is contrasted with ________.
ChristianityEvangelicalismEcumenismProtestant Reformation

Question 8: The differences between the ________ (ELCA) and The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) largely arise from historical and cultural factors, although some are theological in character.
LutheranismHigh Church LutheranismLutheranism by regionEvangelical Lutheran Church in America

Question 9: The Dutch founded their colony of ________ in 1514; they established the Dutch Reformed Church as the colony's official religion.
New AmsterdamNew Netherland settlementsNew NetherlandNew Netherlander

Question 10: British preacher ________ and other itinerant preachers continued the movement, traveling across the colonies and preaching in a dramatic and emotional style.
John WesleyGeorge WhitefieldMethodismThomas Coke (bishop)

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