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Question 1: Free broadcast time was provided by Family Radio to national fundamentalist and ________ ministries -- outside ministries' programs were sent in cassette and reel-to-reel tape formats to respective Family Radio stations for local broadcast.
EvangelismJesusEcumenismChristianity

Question 2: The network consists mainly of FM radio stations with non-commercial licenses (and a few commercial licenses used as non-commercial) and relays, with some AM stations and two television stations, plus WYFR ________ in Okeechobee, Florida.
LongwaveShortwaveL bandMedium wave

Question 3: ________ Hotbird 6 - 13 degrees east, Transponder # 89, Vertical LNB polarization; Satellite frequency: 12.597 GHz
ArevaCanal+ GroupEutelsatTF1 Group

Question 4: Local Family Radio stations broadcast church services from local community ________ churches, and a remainder of Family Radio's broadcast time was allocated to traditional Christian music.
MonotheismFundamentalismSoulAtheism

Question 5: Family Radio's text publications, and their telephone call-in program, "Open Forum," have continued to be based on the text of the authorized ________[12][13].
Geneva BibleRevised Standard VersionAuthorized King James VersionDouay-Rheims Bible

Question 6: Outside ministry programs included "________" (which was pulled in 1985), "Freedom Under Fire", "Unshackled", "Back to the Bible", "Family News in Focus", and Beyond intelligent design.
Focus on the FamilyPerez HiltonMorning JoeJohn Batchelor

Question 7: The production process involved pre-recording two weeks of broadcast programming on ________ to be distributed to each Local Family Radio station.
Digital Audio TapeReel-to-reel audio tape recordingCompact CassetteGramophone record

Question 8: Family Radio attempts to distance itself from political social issues—one reason the "________" program was removed in the early 1980s.
Morning JoeFocus on the FamilyPerez HiltonJohn Batchelor

Question 9: Departing from ________ doctrine, Camping teaches relative free will of humanity, and that humans are not totally depraved.
CalvinismCovenant theologyArminianismProtestant Reformation

Question 10: Family Radio does not discuss ________ directly, campaign for political candidates, or endorse candidates or issues.
Political partyPolitical philosophyPoliticsIdeology







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