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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Richard Cameron's main job?
(a) Army commander.
2. Which army remained victorious?
(a) The Germans.
(b) The Norwegians.
(c) The Bohemians.
(d) The Swedes.
3. What unorthodox practice did George Whitefield bring to churches?
(a) He used incense in a Protestant church.
(b) He preached outdoors.
(c) He refused to label his church as a denomination.
(d) He incorporated baptism and communion in the same service.
4. What church did Machen form?
(a) The Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
(b) The Presbyterian Church.
(c) The Lutheran Church.
(d) The Baptist Church.
5. What removed the king after eight years of persecution?
(a) The Great Crusade.
(b) The Glorious Revolution.
(c) The Edict of Milan,
(d) The Edict of Edinburgh,
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people could Spurgeon reach when he preached in New Park Street Chapel?
2. Why did Taylor return to England?
3. What books did Lewis write?
4. Who joined the victorious armies?
5. How were Christians treated in the 17th and 18th centuries?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did John Calvin's teachings inspire Kuyper?
2. What was William Carey called? To whom did he preach?
3. What was John Bunyan like when he was young, before he was convicted for his behavior?
4. What was Charles Spurgeon's young life like in regards to Christianity?
5. How did people respond to Spurgeon's preaching, and what was his church like?
6. Who was George Whitefield, and what did he do that was very unorthodox?
7. Where did Jonathan Edwards preach to people, and what was he famous for writing?
8. To whom did John Paton witness, and what was one of his main causes?
9. To whom did Davie Brainerd preach, and what was it like during his first few years of living with them?
10. What did John Bunyan do after he was convicted, and why was this unique?
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