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Question 1: Long examines the sacramental theology in communion sermons given by ________ in Kentucky during the first decade of the 19th century.
TennesseeJames McGreadyScotch-Irish AmericanNorth Carolina

Question 2: Churches with roots in this movement include the Evangelical Christian Church in Canada, the Churches of Christ, ________ and the Independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ.
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)Convention of Philippine Baptist ChurchesAssemblies of GodIglesia ni Cristo

Question 3: Thomas Campbell Presbyterian, then early leader of the ________
Restoration MovementProtestant ReformationSecond Great AwakeningRestorationism (Christian primitivism)

Question 4: Alexander Campbell, Presbyterian, then early leader of the ________
Restorationism (Christian primitivism)Second Great AwakeningRestoration MovementProtestant Reformation

Question 5: Efforts to apply Christian teaching to the resolution of social problems presaged the ________ of the late 19th century.
Liberation theologyWalter RauschenbuschDorothy DaySocial Gospel

Question 6: The great wave of Scots-Irish immigrants to the colonies before the ________ brought such traditions with them.
American RevolutionMassachusettsUnited StatesUnited States Constitution

Question 7: The numerical strength of the Baptists and Methodists rose relative to that of the denominations dominant in the colonial period—the ________, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, and Reformed.
CatholicismAnglicanismEpiscopal Church (United States)Ecumenical council

Question 8: The Awakening influenced numerous reform movements, especially ________.
Atlantic slave tradeFrederick DouglassSlaveryAbolitionism

Question 9: Cane Ridge was also instrumental in fostering what became known as the ________.
Restorationism (Christian primitivism)Protestant ReformationSecond Great AwakeningRestoration Movement

Question 10: In the South's western regions, especially at Cane Ridge, Kentucky and in ________ — the revival supported growth of the Methodists and Baptists.
TennesseeAlabamaArkansasGeorgia (U.S. state)







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