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Question 1:
When was Church of Scotland founded?

Question 2: The modern situation largely dates from 1690, when after the ________ the majority of Scottish bishops were non-jurors, and in response Presbyterian government was guaranteed by law, excluding what became the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Glorious RevolutionMagna CartaMonarchEngland

Question 3:
Who of the following people founded Church of Scotland?

Question 4: Its current pledged membership is about 10% of the Scottish population - though according to the 2001 national census, 42% of the Scottish population claim some form of allegiance to it (see ________).
Religion in the United KingdomRoman Catholicism in ScotlandReligion in EnglandReligion in Scotland

Question 5: At that point, the church in Scotland broke with Rome, in a process of Protestant reform led, among others, by ________.
John KnoxHuldrych ZwingliScottish ReformationJohn Calvin

Question 6: Theologically, the Church of Scotland is Reformed (ultimately in the ________ tradition) and is a member of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.
ArminianismCovenant theologyProtestant ReformationCalvinism

Question 7: (The 19th century Scottish distinction was between '________' and 'moderates'.) This is not quite the English concept of a ‘broad church’, but in practice it comes close to it.
Protestant ReformationEcumenismChristianityEvangelicalism

Question 8: The supreme body is the annual General Assembly, which meets each May in ________.
CardiffGlasgowEdinburghNew Town, Edinburgh

Question 9: The motto of the Church of Scotland is nec tamen consumebatur (Latin) - 'Yet it was not consumed', an allusion to Exodus 3:2 and the ________.
AbrahamMosesTen CommandmentsBurning bush

Question 10: The Church of Scotland, known informally by its Scots language name, The Kirk, is a ________ church, decisively shaped by the Scottish Reformation.
ProtestantismChristianityCovenant theologyPresbyterianism


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