What was John Hus's connection with the Council of Constance?
It condemned and executed Hus as a heretic
Upon severing ties with Rome, who was declared the new Head of the church in England by
King Henry VIII
What was the "Special 4th Vow" of the Jesuit Order?
unquestioning obedience to the Pope
was known for major new developments and trends in literature, painting, sculpture, and architecture
The core of Renaissance humanism was
the study of history, literature, and philosophy, stressing grammar, poetry, history, and ethics
The city considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance is
The technology which had the greatest in spreading the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation was the
The Peace of Augsburg 1555 established a formal resolution in the Holy Roman Empire to the political and religious conflicts by stating that
each German prince would choose & define his principality as either Catholic or Lutheran, with all their subjects then required to accept the same religion
Which of the following architectural features was common during the Renaissance, like the one designed by Bruneslleschi in Florence, but was lacking in the great Gothic catherdrals
developed the technique of linear perspective so that the viewer was drawn into the painting that he viewed, as well as tho create three dimensional illusions
Luther and Zwingli agreed on most of their religious beliefs, but differed bitterly over
The Lord's Supper
Luther's Ninety-Five theses were rapidly circulated throughout the Europe in part because of
The Printing Press
Thomas More and Erasmus were the two most famous
the two Christian writers who seem to have influenced Luther's thought most deeply were
Paul and Augustine
Donatello's "David" was significant because it was
the first freestanding nude sculpture since Roman antiquity
Martin Luther posted his landmark 95 Theses on the Castle Church door in the town of
the Council of Trent, the Spanish Inquisition, & the work of Ignatius Loyola were all part of the
The Catholic Reformation
The Great Schism of 1378- 1417 was when
the Western Church was split because there were two popes, one in Rome and one in Avignon
The following are all true about John Wyciffe except
he was killed by being burned at the stake
What does Luther contrast with his "Theology of the Cross?"
"Theology of Glory"
Following the Diet of Worms, Luther was taken into hiding at the Wartburg Castle, what did he do there?
He translated a German New Testament
At the Diet of Worms in 1521, on what condition did Luther say he would recant?
if his errors were pointed out and proven wrong by Scripture
Why was Pope Clement VII unable to grant Henry VIII a divorce from his first wife Catherine?
He could not risk offending Emperor Charles V, Catherine's nephew, who was in Rome in 1527 with a large army, and he would be overturning an earlier pope who had supported the marriage
What was going on in Erasmus's satire, Julius Exclusus
Erasmus wrote about St. Peter refusing Pope Julius entrance into heaven