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Question 1: Articles on leading Episcopalians, both lay (e.g., George Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt, ________) and ordained, in American National Biography.
Maurice J. TobinFrances PerkinsLewis B. SchwellenbachHenry A. Wallace

Question 2: She was elected at the 75th General Convention on June 18, 2006, and invested at the ________ on November 4, 2006.
Washington National CathedralWashington, D.C.United States CapitolWhite House

Question 3: Following the ________, American Anglicans were technically not a part of the Church of England's structure, so they had to form their own.
United States ConstitutionUnited StatesMassachusettsAmerican Revolution

Question 4: Dissenters have dealt with these controversial moves in various ways, the most notable, perhaps, being the formation of the ________ seeking to be a separate ecclesiastical structure from the Episcopal Church.
AnglicanismAnglican Church in North AmericaAnglican realignmentHomosexuality and Anglicanism

Question 5: Comedian and Episcopalian ________ once described the Episcopal faith (and, in a performance in London, specifically the Church of England) as "Catholic Lite – same rituals, half the guilt."[91]
Robin WilliamsMichael CaineBilly CrystalJack Nicholson

Question 6: The middle judicatory consists of a diocese headed by a ________.

Question 7: Several times between 1979 and 2003 the Convention expressed concern over ________ and supported the church working to provide affordable housing.
Affordable housingGentrificationZoningPublic housing

Question 8: (A proposed BCP was issued in 1786 but not adopted.) The BCP is in the ________; however, any new revisions of the BCP are copyrighted until they are approved by the General Convention.
Intellectual propertyDigital rights managementPublic domainCopyright infringement

Question 9: The ________, William Laud, was beheaded in 1645.
Church of EnglandThomas CranmerArchbishop of CanterburyRowan Williams

Question 10: In 1856 (before the ________) the first society for African-Americans in the Episcopal Church was founded by James Theodore Holly.
American Civil WarTennesseeUnited StatesBleeding Kansas

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