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Religion in Iceland: Quiz


Question 1: Still, it seems that, save for the European ________, Iceland might have the lowest Jewish population of any European nation.
MaltaMicrostateBarbadosAntigua and Barbuda

Question 2: Non-Christian religions account for about 1% of the population and the vast majority of Christians are ________.
Sacramental unionProtestant ReformationApostles' CreedLutheranism

Question 3: Nonetheless, a single Anglican congregation meets monthly in Reykjavik, using the Lutheran Hallgrímskirkja church building to worship in the English language according to the rites of the ________.
Archbishop of YorkChurch of EnglandBishop of LincolnArchbishop of Canterbury

Question 4: The main church is the ________ which represents 79.1% of the population (2008).
Evangelical Lutheran Church of FinlandChurch of IcelandDanish National ChurchChurch of Sweden

Question 5: From the 1970s, there has been a revival of ________ in Iceland.
Germanic paganismNorse pagan worshipNorse paganismNorse mythology

Question 6: Siðmennt [18] is the largest organization promoting ________ in Iceland.

Question 7: Despite the small population, the First Lady of Iceland, Dorrit Moussaieff, is a ________ and is likely the most significant Jewish woman in Icelandic history.
KhazarsMizrahi JewsBukharan JewsJews

Question 8: People outside religious organizations still pay the "church tax" but the money goes to the state (previously it was earmarked for the ________).
University of LjubljanaUniversity of AntwerpUniversity of IcelandUniversity of Leipzig

Question 9: Those Catholics who refused to convert eventually fled, generally to ________.
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland

Question 10: The religion was recognized by the government in 1966 and the first Bahá'í ________ was elected in 1972.
Bahá'í timelineSpiritual AssemblyBahá'í Faith`Abdu'l-Bahá


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