Flashcards in Test 1 Deck (16):
What Christian period sets the stage for the beginnings of the Army?
Industrial Revolution and the Wesleyan Revivals
Two revivalists that affected the first great awakening
A revivalist associated with the second great awakening
Name some revivalists that influenced the Booth's
What time does "Victorian Britain" time period refer to?
When Britain was ruled by Queen Victoria
Who was William Booth's primary spiritual influence in his early years?
What was Catherine's maiden name?
Was Booth's family influential in the beginning of the Army?
Yes (William living in poverty, Catherine having an alcoholic father)
William's 3 great aims?
1. A determination to get on in the world
2. An ambition to work for the alleviation of the miseries of the poor
3. A longing to get right with God
Put New Connexion, Methodists, The Salvation Army and Christian Mission in proper order
Methodists, New Connexion, Christian Mission, The Salvation Army
Catherine's main interests in younger years
Church history and theology
Why did the Booth's breakaway from the New Connexion?
They didn't want to do circuit work, they wanted to do revival work/evangelistic campaigns.
What was the date when the Booth's conducted a series of services in the East End?
July 2, 1865
When is William's birthday?
April 10, 1829
Meaning of the colors of the flag
-Red: Blood of Christ
-Yellow: Light of life in the Holy Spirit
-Blood and Fire motto: Blood of Lamb and Fire of Holy Spirit