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Conservative Christianity: Quiz

  

Question 1: The belief in both a literal ________ and a literal Hell.
GodHeavenMonotheismAfterlife

Question 2: In addition, they see nationalistic or ________ undertones found among some conservative American Protestants as contrary to Jesus Christ's teachings of peace.
United StatesItalySpainPatriotism

Question 3: There are a variety of threads including the Conservative Evangelical Movement, the Holiness movement, the Pentecostal Movement, the Fundamentalist Movement, the Charismatic Movement and the ________.
Christian denominationConfessing MovementChristianity in the United StatesProtestantism

Question 4: It is sometimes called conservative ________, an umbrella term covering various movements within Christianity and describing both corporate denominational and personal views of Scripture.
PantheismNontheismTheologyMonotheism

Question 5: The term conservative Christian is frequently used by Protestant evangelicals and Protestant fundamentalists as a way to distinguish themselves from the more liberal Protestant denominations, in which the Social ________ and Christian Modernist movements flourish.
Progressive ChristianityEcumenismChristian leftProtestantism

Question 6: There may be considerable overlap between certain aspects of Conservative Christianity and ________, but the two terms are not synonymous.
Restorationism (Christian primitivism)EvangelicalismChristian theologyFundamentalist Christianity

Question 7: Conservative Christianity (also called traditional Christianity) is a term applied to a number of groups or movements seen as giving priority to traditional ________ beliefs and practices.
BaptistEcumenismChristian denominationChristianity

Question 8: ________ (1811-1887)—Lutheran, "founder" of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.
LutheranismOld LutheransC. F. W. WaltherMartin Stephan

Question 9: Conclavist groups include the so-called true Catholic Church, the Palmarian Catholic Church, and the followers of ________ ("Pope Michael I").
Pope John XXIIIPope John Paul IIDavid BawdenPope Benedict XVI

Question 10: ________ (1851-1921) Reformed thinker.
Robert Jefferson BreckinridgeB. B. WarfieldJohn C. BreckinridgeClifton R. Breckinridge
















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