Deism and Unitarian Quiz

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10 Questions - Developed by: Nick Galanakis - Developed on: - 10.458 taken

This quiz includes information from both the Deism and Unitarian exhibits.

  • 1
    All of the following pertain to Deism except...
    Denying Christ's Divinity
    Concept of original sin
    Relied on Reason rather than revelation
    Relied on Revelation rather than Reason
  • 2
    The main difference between Unitarianism and Deism is...
    Deists wanted salvation through good works, while Unitarians didn't
    Unitarians relied on reason rather than revelation
    Unitarians believed in heaven, while Deists didn't
    Unitarians believed that God existed in only one person
  • 3
    Thomas Paine refers to the Bible as what?
    A demon
    The word of God
    The word of a Demon
  • 4
    Which people were Unitarians?
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Benjamin Franklin
    Thomas Paine and George Washington
  • 5
    Which is not a clear description of Unitarianism?
    A rational and optimistic movement
    an Intellectual movement
    Goodness of nature was not stressed
    The End of the Great Awakening
  • 6
    What sets Theism and Deism apart?
    Theists were against reason and revelation
    Deists believed in a God who would control their personal lives
    The fact that Theists believed in A personal God
    Theists only believed in a God that would control the whole universe
  • 7
    What sets Atheism and Deism apart?
    Deists don't believe in church authority, while Atheists don't
    Deists believe in church authority, while Atheists don't
    Atheists do worship God
    Atheists do not worship any type of God at all
  • 8
    He had a strong sense of nature when he "looked at the stars in the sky" Who was this?
    Sir Isaac Newton
  • 9
    What was the first Unitarian organization?
    American Unitarian Association
    Unitarian and Universalist Church
    Universalist Church of America
    Unitarian and Universalist Association
  • 10
    Who would have most likely said, "If the devil had taken Jesus up to the top of the mountain whence he could see all the kingdoms of the earth, he ought to have discovered America."
    George Washington
    Joseph Addison
    Thomas Paine

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