Protestant Reformation Questions

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1. Which was a major result of the Protestant 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 2. 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 3. Who did Luther think had too much power? a) the King b) the Nobles c) the Pope d) the Knights 4. Martin Luther believed that salvation was obtained through: a) faith b) the sacraments c) purchasing indulgences d) practicing celibacy 5. 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 6. 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 7. The ideas of the of the Protestant Reformation were rapidly spread by ________, a new invention of the time a) the printing press b) telephone c) the Internet d) telegraph 8. _________ preached the doctrine of predestination. a) Ulrich Zwingli b) Martin Luther c) John Wycliffe d) John Calvin 9. All are chief pillars of the Catholic Reformation except: a) the Jesuits b) the Council of Trent c) a reformed papacy d) Calvinism 10. In which century was the Reformation at its peak? a) 13th b) 14th
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