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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Hymn have?
"God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen"
God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
Ladies and Gentlemen... Sweaty Dynamite
The League of Gentlemen

Question 2: As examples of the distinction, "________" is a hymn (no refrain), but "How Great Thou Art" is a gospel song.
John NewtonWilliam WilberforceMethodismAmazing Grace

Question 3: Many refer to ________ either directly or indirectly.
GospelNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew TestamentJesus

Question 4: ________'s hymns spread Methodist theology, not only within Methodism, but in most Protestant churches.
John WesleySamuel WesleyCharles WesleyUnited Methodist Church

Question 5: Others are used to instill reverence to the ________ or to celebrate Christian practices such as the eucharist or baptism.
Biblical canonChristianity and JudaismBibleNevi'im

Question 6: ________ developed a rich hymnody from spirituals during times of slavery to the modern, lively black gospel style.
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African American cultureAfrican AmericanGreat Migration (African American)

Question 7: A hymn is a type of song, usually religious, specifically written for the purpose of praise, adoration or prayer, and typically addressed to a ________ or deities, or to a prominent figure or personification.

Question 8: The second half of the nineteenth century witnessed an explosion of hymn tune composition and choir singing in ________.
EnglandWalesUnited KingdomScotland

Question 9: In the traditional services and liturgies of the Methodist churches, hymns are sung, usually accompanied by an organ, during the procession to the altar, during the receiving of the ________, and throughout the service.
Eucharistic theologyEucharistSacramental breadTransubstantiation

Question 10: Some modern churches include within hymnody the traditional hymn (usually describing God), ________ (often directed to God) and gospel music (expressions of one's personal experience of God).
Christian musicContemporary Christian musicChristian metalContemporary worship music


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