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Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses were a call for
a) religious revolt against the German princes b) reforms within the Roman Catholic Church c) greater papal authority d) crusades to spread Christianity
In Western Europe, a major immediate effect of the Reformation was a
a) renewed domination of the Catholic Church over the German states b) greater tolerance of religions other than Christianity c) decrease in educational opportunities for the middle class d) decline in religious unity and in the power of the Catholic Church
During the Renaissance, which development contributed most to the Protestant Reformation?
a) interest in Ancient Greece and Rome b) advances in mathematics and science c) questioning of traditional authority d) attention to realism and detail
Which was a result of the Protestant Reformation in Europe?
a) the Catholic Church accepted the dominance of the new Protestant religions in Italy, France, and Germany b) Spain became a predominately Protestant nation c) Catholic Church leaders refused to make any changes in church practices d) the power of the Catholic Church in Europe was weakened
Which was a major result of the Reformation?
a) new Christian denominations emerged b) religious teachings were no longer allowed in the universities c) the Crusades were organized d) the power of the Pope was strengthened
Which factor helped most to bring about the Protestant Reformation?
a) the Catholic clergy had lost faith in their religion b) Islam was attracting many converts in Western Europe c) kings and princes in Northern Europe resented the power of the Catholic Church d) the exploration of the Americas led to the introduction of new religious ideas
The Protestant Reformation and the European Renaissance were similar in that both
a) discouraged the growth of strong monarchs b) encouraged people to question tradition c) were led by the military d) supported the return of the Roman Empire
The Protestant Reformation represents a turning point in European history because it
a) allowed religious reformers to escape persecution b) standardized all religious writings c) ended religious unity in Western Europe d) forced most of Europe’s monarchs to become Protestants
“Christians should be taught that he who gives to a poor man or lends to a needy man does better than if he used the money to buy an indulgence.” Which major movement in European history started with the idea expressed in this statement?
a) Commercial Revolution b) Industrial Revolution c) Renaissance d) Protestant Reformation
The Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation were similar in that both were
a) stimulated by a spirit of inquiry b) supported by the working class c) limited to Italy, France, and Germany d) encouraged by the successes of the French Revolution
One major influence the Renaissance had on the Protestant Reformation was that the philosophers of the Renaissance
a) supported democratic forms of government b) encouraged a questioning attitude c) stressed the importance of life after death d) denied the existence of God
“Unless I am convinced by Scripture and plain reason... my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will hot recant anything” When Martin Luther said “my conscience is captive to the Word of God,” he was referring to his belief in
a) the supremacy of the Bible over Church policies b) imprisoning those who disagreed with Church teachings c) maintaining the unity of the Church d) the need for nepotism
Martin Luther’s posting of the Ninety-Five Theses is considered by many to be a turning point in history because
a) the Pope’s right to sell indulgences was strengthened b) Luther soon became the leader of Germany c) the power of the Roman Catholic Church was lessened and royal power grew d) the Roman Catholic Church unified the German states
In Spain, an effect of the Inquisition during the 16th century was to
a) prevent the introduction of Protestant religions b) reintroduce Moorish culture to the Iberian Peninsula c) encourage the development of the Industrial Revolution d) implement the ideas of the Renaissance in major cities
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