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Question 1: Bible Student missionaries were sent to England in 1881 and the first overseas branch was opened in ________ in 1900.
StockholmBerlinMoscowLondon

Question 2: The group that retained control of both his magazine, The Watch Tower, and his legal and publishing corporation, the ________, retained the highest membership.
Jehovah's WitnessesWatch Tower Bible and Tract Society of PennsylvaniaJoseph Franklin RutherfordCharles Taze Russell

Question 3: When a Pittsburgh newspaper's publication of the full text of Russell's 1903 debates with ________ minister Dr E.
Christian denominationBaptistMethodismChristianity

Question 4: Members of the religion suffered persecution in some African countries in the 1960s and 1970s; since 2004 the religion has suffered a series of official bans in ________.
Russian cultureMoscowRussiaUnited States

Question 5: For the next 10 years, the Watch Tower Society continued to teach the view that he had fulfilled the roles of the "Laodicean Messenger" of ________ 3:14-22.
JudaismRevelationBiblical canonBible

Question 6: [29] Three years later, on December 15, 1884, Russell became the president of the society when it was legally incorporated in ________.
PennsylvaniaNew JerseyNorth CarolinaConnecticut

Question 7: Among those expelled from the Witnesses was former Governing Body member ________.
Jehovah's WitnessesFrederick William FranzRaymond FranzFaithful and discreet slave

Question 8: The group took on the name International Bible Students Association and by 1914 it was also active in Canada, Germany, ________ and other countries.
JamaicaUnited KingdomBarbadosAustralia

Question 9: Jehovah's Witnesses had its origins in the ________, which developed in the United States in the 1870s among followers of Christian Restorationist minister Charles Taze Russell.
Bible Student movementAssociated Bible StudentsThe New CreationPastoral Bible Institute

Question 10: Macmillan provides a first-person account of the early history of Jehovah's Witnesses from his meeting of ________ in 1900 to the time of the writing of the book (1957).
Bible Student movementCharles Taze RussellJoseph Franklin RutherfordAlexander Hugh Macmillan
















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