Exam 3

Missionary Movement

Protestant Reformation

1517 - 1648

Puritan Missions

1600 - 1700

Developed from Calvinists--predestined to share gospel

Pietist Missions

1700 - 1800

Developed from Lutheran churches--emphasized conversion and new birth

Baptist Missionary Society: William Carey

1792 - 1793

Missionary Societies Abound

1800 - 1900

Christ, not Culture

1800 - 1830

Rufus Anderson

Christ and Colonialism

1830 - 1870

Robert Speer

Colonize Africa

1880 - 1920

Mormonism & Other

Shakers

1700 - 1750

Mormon

1830 - 1831

Christ Return? William Miller

1843 - 1844

Seventh Day Adventists

1845 - 1900

Oneida

1848 - 1880

Race Relations

Import Slave

1619 - 1808

Slavery

1619 - 1865

Richard Allen preaching

1777 - 1780

Second Great Awakening: Christianize Slaves

1790 - 1850

A.M.E.

1816 - 1817

Jones brothers

A.M.E. Zion Church

1821 - 1822

Denominational Schisms: Meth & Bapt

1840 - 1850

National Baptist Convent

1895 - 1896

Prohibition

Quaker Pamphlet-Alcohol Questioning begins

1774 - 1775

Revolution

1775 - 1812

Temperance movement begins

1813 - 1814

American Temperance Society

1826 - 1827

Teetotalism

1830 - 1831

Prohibition

1850 - 1851

Southern States Prohibit

1907 - 1915

18th amendment

1919 - 1933

Pentecostal Movement

Holiness Movement

1836 - 1900

Wesley, Finney, Pheobe Palmer

Keswick Movement

1840 - 1860

Methodist split over Pheobe

1860 - 1861

Instant sanctification

Major Pentecostal Denominations

1886 - 1914

Church of God (1886)
Church of God in Christ (1897)
Assemblies of God (1914)

Bethel Bible College

1930 - 1931

Third Blessing (Christmas Break)

Faith healing

1940 - 2000

Charismatic movement

1960 - 2000

19th century development

Material critiques

1800 - 1900

naturalistic: Ludwig Feuerbach
economic: Karl Marx
psychological: Sigmund Freud
naturalistic: Charles Darwin

Liberal theology

1800 - 1900

Gilded Age

1877 - 1914

After American Civil War

Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism

In response to questioning and criticism (conservative reaction)

Reaffirmation of authorities

1800 - 1900

catholic church, confessions, pope, Bible

Rid of Modernism

1920 - 1930

Attempt

Scopes Monkey Trial

1925 - 1926

William Jennings Bryan

Fade into background

1930 - 1970

Fundamentalism Reemerges

1970 - 2000

Fundamentalism gets political

1980 - 2000

Social Gospel

In response to questioning and criticism (modernist reaction)

Salvation Army

1865 - 1866

William and Catherine Booth; individual suffering

Social Gospel

1870 - 2000

In His Steps

1886 - 1887

Charles Sheldon, individual suffering, WWJD

Contemporary Worship

Church Growth Movement

1960 - 2000

Wanted informality and more congregation involvement

Emerging Church Movement

1980 - 2000

engage with postmodern culture, relationships are more important that right doctrine

Ecumenical Movement

Neo-Orthodoxy

1900 - 1960

Karl Barth
Attacks liberalism--denied reality of human sin
Attacks conservatism--attempt to control God by defining Him on our own
Dialectical theology

Edinburg Missionary Conference

1910 - 1911

World Council of Churches

1948 - 1949

established 1948, meet every 7 or 8 years

Liberation Theology

1950 - 1980

Gustavo Gutiérrez
Church should address human rights, poverty, and social justice

Vatican II

1962 - 1965

Ecumenical council to update the Church