GLST 200 Quiz 4

GLST 200 Quiz 4 Liberty University Answers

  1. The second era of Protestant missions (1865­1980) primarily operated …
  2. The protestant movement was distinctly missionary from its beginning.
  3. In his “Enquiry…”, what did William Carey consider a VALID reason NOT to take the gospel to the heathens?
  4. The original purpose of many elite women’s colleges was for the purpose of training women as foreign missionaries.
  5. What best descibes the partner stage of missions development?
  6. William Carey, missionary to India, was concerned only with evangelism and not socio­ cultural transformation.
  7. As identified in the reading, we are currently in the _________ era of protestant missions.
  8. What best descibes the paternal/parent stage of missions development?
  9. What best describes J. Hudson Taylor’s “faith principle”?
  10. While they were obedient to go, the Moravian Brethren were marked by a begrudging reluctance to take the gospel to unreached peoples.
  11. One feature of the Moravian Brethren missionary efforts is that they faced difficulties and dangers with remarkable courage.
  12. What student was responsible for the “Haystack Prayer Meeting”?
  13. What best describes the pioneer stage of missions development?
  14. Who famously said “expect great things from God; attempt great things for God”?
  15. Who founded the Summer Institute of Linguistics?
  16. Who was the author of “An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use means for the Conversion of the Heathen?”
  17. According to McGavran, the process in which peoples become Christian as a wave of decision for Christ sweeps through a group is called a …
  18. According to Colin Grant, which of the following explains the Moravian Brethren’s commitment to missions?
  19. According to McGarvan, the “mission station” approach is the best way to reach peoples for Christ.
  20. “In “The Glory of the Impossible,” Samuel Zwimmer argues that good stewardship requires that we not invest missions resources in pioneer areas, but invest instead in ripe fields.
  21. ____________ was a key figure in the first era of Protestant missions (1800­1910).
  22. In “The Bridges of God,” Donald McGavran argues that peoples are best won to Christ by evangelizing individuals.
  23. The Great Awakening had virtually NO impact on protestant missions efforts.
  24. In America, missions and “manifest destiny” were closely tied together.
  25. The __________________ __________________ Movement was started by Donald McGavran to help the church focus on developing reproducing communities of believers and to help understand how people tend to come to Christ.
  26. According to Colin Grant, which of the following explains the Moravian Brethren’s commitment to missions?
  27. In “The Bridges of God,” Donald McGavran argues that peoples are best won to Christ by evangelizing individuals.
  28. Samuel Zwimmer had a passion for reaching what people group?
  29. As identified in the reading, we are currently in the _________ era of protestant missions.
  30. In America, missions and “manifest destiny” were closely tied together.
  31. The Great Awakening had virtually NO impact on protestant missions efforts.
  32. Who does Yvonne Wood Huneycutt identify as the “fifth man” who pioneered modern missions?
  33. While they were obedient to go, the Moravian Brethren were marked by a begrudging reluctance to take the gospel to unreached peoples.
  34. What best describes J. Hudson Taylor’s “faith principle”?
  35. In his “Enquiry…”, what did William Carey consider a VALID reason NOT to take the gospel to the heathens?
  36. Who is called the “Father of Protestant Missions?”
  37. According to McGarvan, the “mission station” approach is the best way to reach peoples for Christ.
  38. What best descibes the participant stage of missions development?
  39. According to Ralph Winter, the gospel flows naturally from one culture or caste to another as long as they speak the same language.
  40. What student was responsible for the “Haystack Prayer Meeting”?
  41. The first era of Protestant missions (1800­1910) primarily operated in …
  42. Who famously said “expect great things from God; attempt great things for God”?
  43. Who was the author of “An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use means for the Conversion of the Heathen?”
  44. was a key figure in the first era of Protestant missions (1800­1910).
  45. The protestant movement was distinctly missionary from its beginning.
  46. The Movement was started by Donald McGavran to help the church focus on developing reproducing communities of believers and to help understand how people tend to come to Christ.
  47. According to McGavran, the process in which peoples become Christian as a wave of decision for Christ sweeps through a group is called a …
  48. One feature of the Moravian Brethren missionary efforts is that they faced difficulties and dangers with remarkable courage.
  49. The second era of Protestant missions (1865­1980) primarily operated …
  50. Who founded the Summer Institute of Linguistics?
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