Mormons, Shakers, and Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

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This is a detailed Mr.Gartner type true and false quiz. Be careful when answering the questions. Read the question for what it is asking.

  • 1
    The name Shakers was originally given to promote the rituals of the actual religion as they would constantly shake shout, and dance.
  • 2
    Under James and Ann Wardley the Shakers were not known for very intense worship.
  • 3
    Ann Lee was imprisoned for breaking the Sabbath by dancing and shouting, and not for being blasphemous.

  • 4
    The village of the first community of shakers was divided into groups or "families" that were named for points on the compass rose.
  • 5
    Today there are only four members left of the Shakers but they are always accepting new members as they always have.
  • 6
    The fulfillment of God’s earth (according to the Puritans) began with Prophet Joseph Smith in 1830

  • 7
    The main animal in the Book of Mormon was the sheep
  • 8
    One of the main beliefs on why the Book of Mormons is so full of error is because of Joseph Smith’s is stupid when it comes to the English language.
  • 9
    The Book of Mormon is an entirely original piece, on account that it does not contain multiple sections from other books
  • 10
    Occultism-the belief in the ambiguous presents in humans

  • 11
    The Mormon Trail went East
  • 12
    Ann Lee still was married forcefully even though she was a believer in celibacy.
  • 13
    The new name of the Shakers was the United Society of Believers In Christ’s Second Appearing but there original name was Shaking Quakers.
  • 14
    One of Mother Ann's predictions states that there will not be a revival when there are only five Shakers left so really this one community is looking for that fifth Shaker to possibly fulfill this prophecy.
  • 15
    The Mormon’s stated that they kept moving (from Ohio to Missouri to Illinois, and finally to Utah) because of religious persecution.

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