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Question 1: Presbyterians, Congregationalists, ________, Quakers (founded in 1648), and those less organized were considered Nonconformists at the time of the 1662 Act of Uniformity.
Christian denominationEcumenismBaptistChristianity

Question 2: For more on Nonconformists of the 17th and 18th centuries, see ________.
BaptistProtestant ReformationEnglish DissentersBaptism

Question 3: For example, attendance at an English university had required conformity to the Church of England before ________ (UCL) was founded, compelling Nonconformists to fund their own Dissenting Academies privately.
Imperial College LondonUniversity College LondonDurham UniversityKing's College London

Question 4: In ________ the strong traditions of Nonconformism can be traced back to the Welsh Methodist revival which led to Wales effectively being a Nonconformist country by the mid 19th century.
ScotlandUnited KingdomEnglandWales

Question 5: The religious census of 1851 revealed that total Nonconformist attendance was very close to that of ________.
CatholicismAnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 6: In Scotland, the Anglican ________ is considered nonconformist (despite its English counterpart's status) and in England, the Presbyterian United Reformed Church is in a similar position.
Scottish Episcopal ChurchJacobitismScottish ReformationScottish independence

Question 7: Nonconformist was a term used in England after the Act of Uniformity 1662 to refer to an English subject belonging to a non-Christian religion or any non-________ church.
CatholicismAnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 8: ________ - an example of a historically significant church, with background information
HomertonNewington Green Unitarian ChurchRichard PriceJoseph Priestley

Question 9: Nonconformism (usually capitalized) refers to the Protestant ________ of England and Wales who refused to "conform", or follow the governance and usages of the Church of England.
ChristianJesusCatholic ChurchChristianity

Question 10: Nowadays, churches independent of the ________ Church of England or the Presbyterian Church of Scotland are often called Free Churches.
AnglicanismCatholicismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)


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