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Question 1: Nor were pogroms of Christians in these centuries unknown (see ________).
Greek–Turkish relationsGreek–Serbian relationsAegean disputeCyprus dispute

Question 2: Constitutionally, the wars established the precedent that an English monarch cannot govern without Parliament's consent, although this concept was established only with the ________ later in the century.
Nine Years' WarGlorious RevolutionEnglandMagna Carta

Question 3: Unlike the ________, which questioned certain Christian doctrines, the Enlightenment questioned Christianity as a whole.
Protestant ReformationCrusadesCounter-ReformationEast–West Schism

Question 4: Generally, it elevated human reason above divine revelation and down-graded religious authorities such as the ________ based on it[2]
Catholic ChurchPopePope Benedict XVIPope John Paul II

Question 5: [5] It centred on reviving the spirituality of established congregations, and mostly affected Congregational, Presbyterian, Dutch Reformed, German Reformed, ________, and Methodist churches, while also spreading within the slave population.
ChristianityChristian denominationEcumenismBaptist

Question 6: The ________ established a number of Missions to convert the indigenous peoples.
PopeCatholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Gregory I

Question 7: The church was involved in the various campaigns of russification,[13] and accused of the involvement in ________ pogroms.
AntisemitismRacial antisemitismThe HolocaustJews

Question 8: The final group to emerge from the "great awakenings" in North America was Pentecostalism, which had its roots in the Methodist, Wesleyan, and ________, and began in 1906 on Azusa Street, in Los Angeles.
Restorationism (Christian primitivism)Christian heresyHoliness movementChristianity

Question 9: The ________ (1641–1651) was a series of armed conflicts and political machinations between Parliamentarians and Royalists.
English peopleEnglish ReformationEnglish Civil WarEngland

Question 10: As a result of the Ottoman conquest and the ________, the entire Orthodox communion of the Balkans and the Near East became suddenly isolated from the West.
Fall of ConstantinopleOttoman EmpireByzantine EmpireIstanbul


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