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242. English officials tried to “establish” the Church of England in as many colonies as possible because A) they were concerned about the eternal souls of the colonists. B) the church would act as a major prop for kingly authority. C) such an action would restore enthusiasm for religion. D) the American colonists supported such a move. E) such an action brought in more money to England. Ans: B 243. In 1775, the _______________ churches were the only two established (tax-supported) churches in colonial America. A) Methodist and Anglican B) Presbyterian and Congregational C) Congregational and Anglican D) Quaker and Catholic E) Presbyterian and Anglican Ans: C 244. Match each denomination on the left with the region where it predominated. A. Congregationalist 1. the frontier B. Anglican 2. New England C. Presbyterian 3. the South A) A-2, B-3, C-l B) A-2, B-1, C-3 C) A-1, B-3, C-2 D) A-3, B-2, C-1 E) A-3, B-1, C-2 Ans: A 245. As the Revolution approached, Presbyterian and Congregational ministers in general A) remained neutral. B) supported the Revolutionary cause. C) sided with the Anglican clergymen.
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D) opposed the idea of revolution. E) split on the issue of independence. Ans: B 246. By the early eighteenth century, religion in colonial America was A) stronger than at any previous time. B) holding steadfastly to the belief that spiritual conversion was essential for church membership. C) moving away from clerical intellectualism. D) less fervid than when the colonies were established. E) becoming less tolerant. Ans: D 247. The religious doctrine of the Armenians held that A) predestination determined a person's eternal fate. B) good works could get you into heaven. C) Calvin's ideas should be followed without question. D) emotion had no place in religion. E) individual free will determined a person's eternal fate. Ans: E 248. Match each individual on the left with his or her talent. A. Jonathan Edwards 1. poet B. Benjamin Franklin 2. scientist C. Phillis Wheatley 3. theologian 4. portrait artist A) A-2, B-1, C-3 B) A-1, B-3, C-2 C) A-3, B-2, C-1 D) A-1, B-2, C-3 E) A-2, B-3, C-1 Ans: C 249. The “new light” preachers of the Great Awakening A) delivered intensely emotional sermons.
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B) rarely addressed themselves to the matter of individual salvation. C) reinforced the established churches. D) were ultimately unsuccessful in arousing the religious enthusiasm of colonial Americans. E) opposed the emotionalism of the revivalists. Ans: A 250. The Great Awakening A) undermined the prestige of the learned clergy in the colonies. B) split colonial churches into several competing denominations. C) led to the founding of Princeton, Dartmouth, and Rutgers colleges. D)
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2010 for the course ACT 101 taught by Professor Jenkins during the Spring '10 term at Alabama State University.

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