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10 Cards in this Set

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Anglicanism became a defining and enduring element of English identity in the time of

Queen Elizabeth I

The largest Jewish community in colonial America could be found in

Rhode Island

In terms of religious affiliation colonial America could be most accurately defined as


The Quakers and the Baptist

Both believed in the separation of church and state

The largest Catholic Community in colonial America could be found in


In the American colonies the anglicans and Puritans were

Both established churches in various colonies

The inhabitants of the American colonies were

Half English and half of other Origins

The reformed churches within the Protestant tradition are most identified with the Theology of

John Calvin

All of the following were sources of reform church migrants to America EXCEPT the

German pietists

The Puritans were

English Calvinists who believe that the Church of England could be purified