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1 Reformation Test Oct One of Luther's teachings is that... A) The holy spirit dictate when action are pious B) Church doctrine must be based solely on the Bible C) Bible should be interpreted by the clergy D) People can only be happy if they die with an indulgence E) None of the above 2. The purpose of the Edict of Worms was to try Luther for heresy, Luther reacted by... A) Posting the 95 theses B) Defending his actions and denouncing the power of the Pope C) Recanting his decrees and apologizing to the Pope D) Writing the Defense of Christian Faith E) Declaring the Edict of Worms unlawful to Henry VIII 3. Why did some German leaders like Luther's reform policies? A) They wanted to free the peasants from serfdom B) The disliked the emperor's rule C) They disliked the seven sacraments D) They disliked the relinquishing of funds the Pope and Church E) They wanted to control church school curriculum 4. During the Reformation who was the Holy Roman Emperor A) Henry VIII B) Pope Leo X C) Charles V D) Forbes III E) Protestant VI 5. Henry VIII's first wife was... A) Elizabeth B) Mary C) Anne Boleyn D) Catherine of Aragon E) Jane Seymour 6. Name the church reformer in Switzerland. A) Erasmus B) Jan Hus C) Martin Luther D) John Calvin E) Johann Tetzel

2 7. The Church of England is also known as the Church. A) Baptist B) Lutheran C) Calvinist D) Anglican E) Amish 8. We must put aside all judgement of our own, and keep the mind ever ready and prompt to obey in all things the true Spouse of Jesus Christ, our holy Mother, the Roman Catholic Church If we wish to proceed securely in all things, we must hold fast to the following principle: What seems to me white, I will believe black if the Catholic Church so defines. For I must be convinced that in Christ our Lord, the bridegroom, and in His spouse the Catholic Church, only one Spirit holds sway, which governs and rules for the salvation of souls. According to the passage, a good spiritual life results from A) daily prayer B) kindness to one s neighbor C) strict obedience to Church direction D) reading the Bible E) religious faith 9. Predestination is the Christian religious belief that God has already determined who is destined for salvation, this was a central doctoral belief of which reformer? A) Jon Hus B) Johann Tetzel C) Martin Luther D) John Calvin E) Charles V 10. The term PROTESTANT was created to describe... A) Christian who protested against the Lutheran faith B) Christian who protested against the Catholic Church C) Christian who supported the Catholic Faith D) Republicans who protested against the Lutheran faith E) Supporters of Calvinist Theocracy 11. During the Renaissance and into the Reformation the Catholic Church sold indulgences which can best be described as... A) a token lengthening of he amount of time a person's soul spent in purgatory after death B) a token lessening the amount of time a person's soul spent in purgatory after death C) a token lessening the amount of time a person pent in church after death D) a token lessening the amount of time a person's soul spent in heaven after death E) a token granted by the Protestant faith to lessen the amount of time a person's soul spent in purgatory after death

3 12. I have cast the die... I will not reconcile myself to them for all of eternity...let the condemn and burn all that belongs to me; in return I will do as much for them...now I no longer dear, and I am publishing a book in the German tongue about Christian reform, directed against the pope, in language as violent as if they were addressing the Antichrist -Martin Luther, 1520 Based on the above passage what term best describes Martin Luther's rebellion against the Catholic Church? A) Complacent B) Conservative C) Fierce D) Moderate E) Apathetic 13. Which pope excommunicated Martin Luther A) Pius X B) Benedict I C) John Paul II D) Leo X E) Calvin VIII 14. Lutherans stressed what element of religious doctrine over good works? A) Charity B) Confession C) Faith D) Predestination E) Indulgences 15. Name the document that was posted on the Wittenberg Chapel in Whittenberg, Germany in A) 95 Theses B) German New Testament C) 94 Grievances D) Communist Manifesto E) Hunger Games Issues that hastened the decline of the authority of the Catholic Church across Europe in the 16 th century would most likely include... A) Corruption, Indulgences not being exploited, and Reform movements B) Corruption, Indulgences and being exploited, and WWI C) Corruption, Indulgences being exploited, and Legal movements to suppress printing D) Corruption, Indulgences being exploited, and Reform movements E) None of the Above

4 17. Johann Tetzel increased the sale of indulgences in large part to fund the building of... A) St. Peter's B) St. Forbes C) St. Anne's D) Sistine Chapel E) St. John's 18. Luther's response to Romans 1:17, reaffirmed which of his religious doctrines? A) Justification by Faith and Good Works B) Justification by Faith and Indulgences C) Justification by Charitable service D) Justification of Biblical Response E) None of the Above 19. Validate the following statement; Luther saw NO room for good works or charitable service in religion. A) True B) False 20. What fundamental change occurred in the way the Reformation was to be spread throughout Europe? A) The introduction of the printing press along with the translation of the Odyssey allowed for the common man to become enlightened to Biblical teachings B) The introduction of the wheel along with the translation of the Bible allowed for the common man to become enlightened to Biblical teachings C) The introduction of the printing press along with the translation of the Bible allowed for the common man to become enlightened to only Catholic teachings D) The introduction of the printing press along with the translation of the Bible allowed for the common man to become enlightened to Biblical teachings E) None of the above 21. Which denomination replaced Lutheranism as the dominate Protestant force in Europe? A) Protestantism B) Catholicism C) Zwinglism D) Lutheranism E) Calvinism

5 22. After the Edict of Worms, Martin Luther was ruled an outlaw. Who provided Luther protection while he translated the New Testament into German? A) Frederick of Coney B) Frederick Saxony C) Coco Beware D) Charles V E) All of the Above 23. John Calvin argued in his book, Institutes of the Christian Religion, that A) grace could not be achieved without good works B) grace was bestowed on a few individuals, those destined for salvation C) salvation was the one topic that he could not fully explore because God's will in that area could never be known D) grace was available to all who had faith salvation was a sign of a compact between God and man 24. Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses were a call for... A) religious revolt against German princes B) reforms with the Catholic Church C) greater papal authority D) crusades to spread Christianity E) All of the Above 25. During the Renaissance, which development contributed most to the Reformation? A) Interest in Ancient Greece and Rome B) Advances in Mathematics and Science C) Humanism philosophy of questioning Traditional Authority D) Attention to Realism and Detail E) A&B 26. The Protestant Reformation represents a turning point in European history because it... A) allowed for Muslim crusades B) allowed religious reformers to escape persecution C) standardized all religious writings D) ended Christian unity under one Catholic Church E) forced most of Europe's monarch to become Mormon

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