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Question 1: Doctrinal distinctives
Articles of Religion
Prevenient Grace
Governmental Atonement
Imparted righteousness
Christian perfection
________
Conditional preservation of the saintsArminianismHistory of Calvinist-Arminian debateFive articles of Remonstrance

Question 2: Largest groups
World Methodist Council
AME Church
AME Zion Church
________
CME Church
Free Methodist Church
Methodist Church of Great Britain
Uniting Church in Australia
United Methodist Church
Wesleyan Church
History of the Church of the NazareneChurch of the NazareneArminianismMethodism

Question 3: The death of ________ removed an important restraining influence on popular Methodism.
United Methodist ChurchJohn WesleyCharles WesleyArminianism

Question 4: Primitive Methodism was a major movement in English ________ from about 1810 until the Methodist Union in 1932.
ChristianityChristian denominationBaptistMethodism

Question 5: The Methodist movement challenged the ________ - an institution widely regarded as a bulwark of national stability.
Bishop of LincolnArchbishop of CanterburyArchbishop of YorkChurch of England

Question 6: Clowes was a first generation Methodist convert -- at the age of 25 he renounced his desire to be the finest dancer in ________.
United KingdomWalesEnglandScotland

Question 7: Background
Christianity
Protestantism
Pietism
________
Arminianism
Wesleyanism
Calvinism
Episcopal Church (United States)AnglicanismEcumenical councilCatholicism

Question 8: The circuits were virtually autonomous and their administration was not dominated by church officials, but by the ________.
LaityPriestClergyDeacon

Question 9: People
Richard Allen
Francis Asbury
Thomas Coke
William Law
Albert C. Outler
James Varick
________
Bishops
Theologians
Samuel WesleyJohn WesleyMethodismCharles Wesley

Question 10: Also, the Wesleyans formally split from the ________, which led them to greater organisation and self-definition.
Archbishop of CanterburyBishop of LincolnArchbishop of YorkChurch of England







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