Millerites/Adventists/Diversity Quiz

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This is a detailed true and false quiz. Read the question for what it is asking.

  • 1
    The Millerites and Adventists were two different religious sectors.
  • 2
    The Millerites and Adventists interpreted the Bible to mean that Christ wouldn't return to earth on October 22, 1844
  • 3
    William Miller had developed the Seventh-day Adventist faith out of the Millerites because of all the problems with religious revival.

  • 4
    The biggest issue that was promoting religious diversity was slavery.
  • 5
    Methodists felt sorry for slave owning bishops in Georgia.
  • 6
    Northern churches had seceded the union, foreshadowing the secession of the southern states.

  • 7
    Evangelistic fervor (came from more prosperous, less learned communities in the rural South and West.)
  • 8
    In the East, there were some less prosperous and conservative denominations that were not even touched by the spirit of revivalism
  • 9
    Southern Baptists and Southern Methodists became split over the slavery issue.
  • 10
    The Second Great Awakening not only was known for religious revival and hellfire doctrines, but it was also known for narrowing the lines between classes and religions.

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