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The Stuarts History Quiz #6 - Divisions over Religion and Laudianism

The rise of Laudianism fueled by the hate of Arminian teachings led to more provocative actions by King Charles I. 10 Questions.

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Question 1 Photo

King Charles I's promotions of William Laud within the Church of England led to William Laud succeeding which Archbishop of Canterbury in 1633?

  • George Abott
  • Richard Bancroft
  • John Whitgift
  • William Juxon

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What phrase is used to describe the most notable aspects of Laudian influence on the decoration and appearance of Churches?

  • ''The Right Choice''
  • ''Most Divine Being''
  • ''Beauty of Holiness''
  • ''Of God, Of Man, Of the Divell''

Question 3 Photo

Many Puritans believed that the changes put in place (including the use of the altar, separation of the chancel area, and removal of the gentry's ornamental pews) was similar to ''what''?

  • Rastafarianism
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Catholicism

Question 4 Photo

William Laud is said to have antagonised the Puritans in different ways including the emphasis on ''what'' religious aspect?

  • Ceremony
  • Reflection
  • Plain Churches
  • Reduced use of music

Question 5 Photo

The Book of Sports was reissued around England (1633) to counter Puritan beliefs that Sunday was only for prayer; prior to this the book was issued in 1618 for which Puritan majority county?

  • Durham
  • Devon
  • Lancashire
  • Essex

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Why did William Laud ban the Feoffees for Impropriations; which existed between 1626 until 1633?

  • Official visits of bishops controlled who could be appointed.
  • Raised money to appoint Puritan preachers in local parishes.
  • Banned the reading out of the Book of Sports
  • They planned to hold a rebellion against the Laudian measures.

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In which church of the Scottish capital of Edinburgh , was there a rebellion which was caused after the introduction of the Laudian Prayer Book in 1637?

  • Destiny Church
  • St. Giles Cathedral
  • Elim Church
  • Greyfriars Church

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Due to the worsening of the political, religious and economic situation many people went to extremes and believed that the crisis would lead to the Judgement Day - through belief in ''what''?

  • Millenarianism
  • Calvinism
  • Iconoclasm
  • Laudianism

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Due to the crisis in England and Scotland, many people decided to take the long voyage across the Atlantic Ocean - how many people (predominantly Presbyterians and Puritans) migrated by 1637?

  • 40,000
  • 50,000
  • 70,000
  • 80,000

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What was the name for the time between 1629 and 1640 under the reign of King Charles I?

  • Personal Rule
  • Iconoclasm
  • Benevolence
  • Forced Apparition