5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Catholic Reformation
- Oath of Abjuration
- Don Quixote
- radical protestants
- a A book written by Cervantes. The book was written to satirize the chivalric romances then in popular Spain.
- b In 1581, Dutch denounced Phillip II and declared Dutch republic.
- c Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church, begun in response to the Protestant Reformation. It clarified Catholic theology and reformed clerical training and discipline.
- d Ananbaptists, Mennonites, Spiritualists, and Anti-Trinitarians are all what?
- e Lutheran that oversaw education reforms in Germany and wrote the book, On Improving the Studies of the Young.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Book that blamed church for problems and called for reforms that would convince the Protestants to return to the the Catholic Church.
- Where 95 Theses was posted.
- Leader of the Scottish Calvinists that preached the people could overthrow a corrupt prince to defend their beliefs and God's beliefs. He thought of the government as capitalist. Government had certain obligations to the people.
- Charles V summoned a council of German princes to talk about Luther.
- John Calvin's major work that established the theology and doctrine of the Calvinist churches; first published in 1536
5 True/False Questions
Peace of Westphalia → 1555 document signed in the HRE which allowed each German prince to choose the religion for his principality (Cuius regio, eius religio)
Battle of Lepanto → Battle in which Gustav Adolphus was killed, thus ending any real hope the protestants had against Emperor Ferdinand.
the Downs → At the Battle of _______, the Dutch destroyed a Spanish armada of 77 ships, contributing to the permanent of Spanish naval power in the Atlantic.
Benefices → Church offices granted by the ruler of the state or the pope to an individual. The selling of positions.
Zwingli vs. Catholic → Swiss reformer that causes the 1st break with the CC. His goal was to break away from CC and establish a theocracy in Zurich. His beliefs were similar to Luther's.