Three men: Quickie quiz
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- Of the three men whose lives we looked at in class [ PowerPoint ], which one lived in 1700's?
- Which Bible book heavily influenced both Luther and Wesley?
- In what city did Bresee organize the first congregation that used the name Church of the Nazarene?
- Which man served briefly as a missionary to the Indians in Georgia?
- Whose spiritual search centered on the question: On what basis are our sins forgiven?
- Which of the three men had an experience in which he said his heart was "strangely warmed"?
- What theme out of Roman Catholicism did Wesley put together with the "faith/grace" theme of the Reformation?
- Which one lost a lot of money in a silver mine investment?
- Which of the three was involved in a university organization that detractors called "The Holy Club"?
- Which of the three made a pilgrimage to Rome during a time of spiritual searching?
- Which of the three began his ministry as a member of the Methodist church?
- Which of the three was very influenced by the pietistic Moravian movement?
- With which of the three men are 95 debate questions connected?
- With which of the three men is a vision for a ministry to the poor most closely connected?
- Of which church was John Wesley a member?
|Not sure of all the answers? See PowerPoint presentation on the lives of these three men [ PowerPoint ]|
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