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Fredericksburg, Texas: Quiz


Question 1: The Protestant Reformation Window depicts Castle Church at Wittenberg, Germany, where on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed the ________ challenging certain Catholic practices.
Justification (theology)PredestinationRestorationism (Christian primitivism)The Ninety-Five Theses

Question 2: The Trinity Window marks the concept of ________ in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Question 3: The church was most recently renovated in 1960, with the adding of ________, lowering and enlarging the balcony, the installation of new pews, the replacement of the stained glass windows, and the rebuilding and enlargement of the pipe organ.
Evaporative coolerAir conditioningHVACAir conditioner

Question 4: Fredericksburg is home to an award-winning brewpub and is also located near the center of the ________ industry in central Texas.
ChardonnayNew Zealand wineChilean wineWine

Question 5: The Pentecost Window connotes the spread of the ________.
New TestamentGospelJesusApostle (Christian)

Question 6: According to the ________, the city has a total area of 6.6 square miles (17.2 km2), all of it land.
Midwestern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew EnglandUnited States Census Bureau

Question 7: Just east of Fredericksburg is the restored ________ post, Fort Martin Scott, occupied from 1848-1853 to subdue the Indians.
United States ArmyUnited States Army AfricaUnited States armed forcesUnited States Marine Corps

Question 8: The church contains a Thorwaldsen statue of ________, which dominates the chancel, having also been unveiled in 1908.
New Testament view on Jesus' lifeGospelNew TestamentJesus

Question 9: The first Texan officer killed in World War I was Louis John Jordan (1890–1918), a second lieutenant from Fredericksburg who was posthumously in 1924 awarded the ________.
Vichy FranceCroix de guerreCharles de GaulleFrench Resistance

Question 10: Fredericksburg has particularly large Roman Catholic and ________ churches, befitting the German immigrants who arrived prior to the Civil War.
LutheranismProtestant ReformationApostles' CreedSacramental union


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