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Question 1: In 1929, the merger with the ________ largely reversed the Disruption of 1843 and reunited much of Scottish Presbyterianism.
History of ScotlandScottish ReformationScottish Episcopal ChurchChurch of Scotland

Question 2: Voluntaryism led some to oppose the union (the United Free Church Association, led by James Barr - minister of ________ and Labour MP for Motherwell).

Question 3: It combined an acceptance of the findings of contemporary science, and the more moderate results of ________ with commitment to evangelism and missions.
BibleHigher criticismNew TestamentBiblical canon

Question 4: The united church had three divinity halls, at Glasgow, Edinburgh and ________, served by seventeen professors and five lecturers.

Question 5: The missionaries of both churches joined the union, and the united Church was then equipped with missions in various parts of India, in Manchuria, in ________ (Lovedale, Livingstonia, etc.), in Melanesia and in the West Indies.
AfricaSub-Saharan AfricaAfrican UnionScramble for Africa

Question 6: Church’) is a Scottish Presbyterian denomination formed in 1900 by the union of the United Presbyterian Church of Scotland (or U.P.) and the Free Church of Scotland, which in turn united with the ________ in 1929.
Scottish ReformationHistory of ScotlandChurch of ScotlandScottish Episcopal Church

Question 7: However, the case was lost in the ________, where Lord Low (upheld by the second division) held that the Assembly of original Free Church had a right, within limits, to change its position.
Outer HouseHigh Court of JusticiaryInner HouseCourt of Session

Question 8: Church was during its relatively short existence the second largest ________ church in Scotland.
Covenant theologyPresbyterianismChristianityProtestantism


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