The Stuarts History Quiz #4 - Religious Divisions
The Religion and Religious Divisions in the reigns of King James I and King Charles I. 10 Questions.
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The Reformation in the sixteenth-century in England involved the break with the Catholic Church and the establishment of the Protestant Church of England; what was its dominant branch?
Which of these groups of words and phrases best describe Calvinism?
Majority in Scotland, Church Service through a Sermon
Salvation through Faith and Works, Latin Mass
Elders as Governors, Plain Churches
Predestination, Decorated Churches, English Bible
Which of these books was the second most read book in England after the Bible, and captured the extent of anti-Catholicism in England from the majority of the population?
Thomas More's ''Utopia'' (1516)
William Shakespeare's ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'' (1596)
John Foxe's ''Book of Martyrs'' (1563)
Edmund Spenser's ''The Faeire Queene'' (1590)
As the result of the Gunpowder Plot (1605), King James I introduced what measure against the Catholics in England?
The 1606 Oath of Allegiance
Legislation against the Jesuits
Collection of recusancy fines
Increased tithe collection on Catholics
What was perhaps the only long lasting achievement of the Hampton Court Conference of 1604?
The burning of 300 Puritans at the stake.
Increased tithes for Church Ministers.
The acceptance of all points in the Puritans' Millenary Petition of 1603.
Beginning of a new English translation of the Bible known as the King James Bible.
Which of these idioms derive from the King James Bible, which was written between 1604 and 1611?
''A broken heart'' (Psalms 34:18)
''A sign of the times'' (Matthew 16:3)
''Turned the world upside down'' (Acts 17:6)
All of the above.
Prior to the use of the King James Bible (which removed marginalia), what was the most used sixteenth-century version of the English Bible?
Which branch of Protestantism was King James I favouring towards the end of his reign, while his son King Charles I favoured throughout?
What was the majority religious group in Scotland, which did not include ecclesiastical forms of Church (Kirk) government?
Which prominent Arminian cleric rose in the Church of England's ecclastical hierarchy?
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