5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Catholic Reformation
- Thirty Years' War
- Ninety Five Theses
- Results of Reformation
- a The effort to reform the Catholic church.
- b Religious conflict, Roman Catholic Church reform, missionaries spread Catholicism, Northern Europe becomes mainly Protestant, and Protestant churches practice self-government.
- c A series of wars between Protestants and Catholics involving many European countries.
- d A list of Martin Luther's issues with the Roman Catholic Church; he nailed these to the door of the Wittenburg Cathedral; thought to have launched the Reformation.
- e French Protestants.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The sharing of power between local governments and a strong central government.
- The pope created religious courts, a list of banned books and missionary work was used.
A missionary who brought Catholicism to parts of India and Japan.
- England, Scotland, Norway and Sweden.
A Spanish noble and founder of the first new order in 1534.
5 True/False Questions
Ways the Roman Catholic Church regained its authority. → The effort to reform the Catholic church.
Edict of Nantes → Those who sided with Martin Luther and protested against the Catholic church.
King Henry VIII →
King of England from 1509 to 1547 and founder of the Church of England; he broke with the Catholic Church because the pope would not grant him a divorce.
Protestants → Those who sided with Martin Luther and protested against the Catholic church.
John Calvin →
He believed in predestination, the idea that God knew who would be saved even before they were born; his other ideas also led to the growth of capitalism.