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Final Exam Christian

Elizabeth I Act of Supremacy Excommunicated in 1570
Rise of Puritanism English Reformers wanting to purify Church of England
James I Son of Mary Rise of English Baptists
King James Bible 1611- Wanted to replace English Bibles 47 Scholars worked on it Dominant Bible for next 300 years
English Christianity in America Church of England(Anglican)- Virginia and Carolina- Jamestown(1607) Congregationalism(Puritans)- Mass. Established Plymouth
30 Years War (1618-1648) Catholic military attempt to stop Protestantism
Comenius Father of Modern Education
Charles I Sought to Anglicanize Scotland Westminster COnfession of Faith(1646) Charles I was defeated by Cromwell
Westminster Confession Of Faith 1646- A new creed for English church government was established being ratified by Scotland and England Mainly Presbyterian reflecting English Purtianism
Peace of Westphalia 1648- Ended 30 Years War Brought A close to protestant reformation
18th Century Musicians Bach, Hande, Watts
Bach Lutheran, wrote for Lutheran liturgy
Hande Priest, performed Messiah
Watts Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Zinzendorf Provided Herrnhut, Promoted Moravian Brethren, Went to Georgia and England to do missions
Rationalism Struggled with relationship between human reason and divine revelation, Kant(rationalistic philosopher)
Roman Catholicism in Early America 1st Catholic Mass held in Haiti 1510
English Colonies in America Congregationalists(Mass. Bay Colony/Harvard) Anglicans(Virginia and Carolina) Roman Catholicism(Maryland/Act of Toleration) Calvinism(New Amsterdam) Luteranism(Deleware) Baptists (Rhode Island)
2 Baptists in Early America Roger Williams and John Clarke
Roger Williams Banished from Mass. Bay Colony 1st Baptist Church in America Religious Freedom/ Separation of Church and State
John Clarke Church of Baptist in Newport Royal Charter of Colony
Later Emerging Religious Groups Quakers, Moravians, Mennonites
Quakers Society of Friends, appealed to people who had faced religious persecution, William Penn established them in Pennsylvania
First Great Awakening Practical Causes(Laxity of religion/Religious Intolerance) Middle and Southern Colonies phase New England Phase under Jonathan Edwards
Frelinghuysen Dutch Reformed Minister
Tennet Prysbyterian Minister
Whitefield Missionary from England
Jonathan Edwards Sinner in the Hands of an Angry God (1741)
Precursors to Evangelical Revival Deism, Low morals, Poverty
Leaders of Evangelical Revival John and Charles Wesley, George Whitefield
Results of Evangelical Revival Emphasis on personal experience and Evangelical people arose in the Church of England
John and Charles Wesley "Holy Club", COnversion at Aldersgate Street in London, John-preacher, Charles-writer
George Whitefield Continued work of Wesleys, Preached in open fields
Newton Amazing Grace
Raikes Sunday School Movement
Carey Sailed to India and translated Bible into many dialects
Wilberforce Led British Parliament to abolish slave trade
Results of Great Awakening Spread Humanitarianism, Educational Institutions, Separation of Church and State, Divisions among Denominations
Church of England Mainly in Virginia and Carolina
Congregationalism Strong Patriots Mass. and Connecticut were theocratic
Presbyterianism American Independence
Dwight L. Moody Converted in America Went to England to preach about Great Crusades
Livingstone Medical Missionary from Scotland to Africa
William Booth Founded Salvation Army
19th and 20th Century Popes Pius XI Leo XIII Pius XI John XXIII
Pius XI Immaculate Conception of Mary Vatican Council I
Immaculate Conception of Mary Mary was without the taint of original sin
Vatican Council I 1870- Pope had full power over church/ papal infallibility
Leo XIII Modern Pope Against Protestantism
Western Expansion Methodist and Baptists
Missionary Efforts Emphasis on Social Gospel Student Volunteer Movement
New 20th Century Denominations Holiness Churches Pentecostalism Fundamentalists
Neo Orthodoxy Barth and Neibuhr
Barth Reestablished Neo-Orthodoxy with publication of COmmentary on Romans
Neibuhr Neo-orthodoxy theologian who developed ways to engage culture
New Mission Methods First Radio Broadcasting of the Gospel(1921) Immersion of Missionaries into Native Languages
Townsend Summer Institutes of Linguistics
Bonhoeffer Student of Barth Founded a Lutheran seminary in Germany for the "Confessing Church" Jailed by Hitler's gestapo for smuggling Jews out of Germany
Ecumenical approaches Formation of the World Council of Churches (1948)
Active Participation of Lay People Religious revivals led by Billy Graham Charismatic Movement beginning in 1960
Billy Graham Predominant Figure since Los Angeles Crusade Preached to over one million Koreans Called for evangelist to unite around Evangelism Catalyst for world-wide evangelical organiztions
Charismatic Movement Emphasis on the "Holy-Spirit" impacted all denominations
Pius XII Spoke out against modernism Assumption of Mary
John XXIII Vatican Council II
Vatican Council II 1962- Mass is the vernacular/ Ecumenism was encouraged with other religions
Becoming More Inclusive Civil Right Movement By MLK International Challenges
MLK March on Washington 1963 Civil Right Act 1964 Voting Rights Act 1965 Assassinated in Memphis in 1968
International Challenges Chinese Churches grew despite communism
Christianity's Continual Challenges Lack of Commitment Unequal Distribution of Resources among Christians Trends in World Population
Images of Christianity in the World Catholic Orthodoxy Ecumenical Christianity Evangelical Christianity
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