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Matthew Parker: Quiz


Question 1: Parker was one of the primary architects of the Thirty-Nine Articles, the defining statements of ________ doctrine.
AnglicanismCatholicismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 2: He got into some trouble with the chancellor, ________, over a ribald play, Pammachius, performed by the students, which derided the old ecclesiastical system.
Edmund BonnerEnglish ReformationThomas CranmerStephen Gardiner

Question 3: Matthew Parker (6 August 1504 – 17 May 1575) was ________ from 1559 until his death in 1575.
Rowan WilliamsChurch of EnglandArchbishop of CanterburyThomas Cranmer

Question 4: Fuller, ________, Collier and Richard Watson Dixon's Histories of the Church
CovenanterEdinburghScotlandGilbert Burnet

Question 5: Matthew was sent in 1522 to ________,[1] where he is said to have been contemporary with William Cecil, but Cecil was only two years old at the time.
Corpus Christi College, CambridgeTrinity College, CambridgeSt John's College, CambridgeGonville and Caius College, Cambridge

Question 6: He commenced MA in 1528, and was one of the Cambridge scholars whom ________ wished to transplant to his newly founded "Cardinal College" at Oxford.
Christopher BainbridgeThomas WolseyMichael RamseyRichard Neile

Question 7: The eldest son of William Parker, he was born in ________, in St.

Question 8: Parker had been the favourite chaplain of Elizabeth's mother, ________.
Catherine ParrAnne BoleynCatherine HowardElizabeth Woodville

Question 9: Parker's association with Protestantism advanced with the times, and he received higher promotion under John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland than under the moderate ________.
Edward VI of EnglandHenry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Richmond and SomersetEdward Seymour, 1st Duke of SomersetEdmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset

Question 10: His mother's maiden name was Alice Monins, and she may have been related by marriage to ________.
Rowan WilliamsThomas CranmerWilliam LaudMatthew Parker

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