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What were three complaints people had about the Roman Catholic Church in the early 1500s?
Three complaints people had about the Roman Catholic Church in the early 1500's are ,people thought the pope was involved too much with politics,some people said that the priest and bishops weren't religious any more,and they said the priest didn't know the basic church teachings.
What was Martin Luther's list of complaints about the Roman Catholic Church called?
Martin Luther's list of complaints about the Roman Catholic Church was called "The Ninety-Five Theses".
How did Luther's ideas about about interpreting the Bible differ from Catholics' ideas?
Luther's ideas about interpreting the Bible differ from Catholic ideas because he thought that everyone should be able to read and interpret the Bible. This belief went against the teachings of the Catholic Church, in which only clergy could interpret the Bible.
What did King Henry VIII do that makes him a Reformation figure?
King Henry VIII became a Reformation figure because he had no sons and his wife could not have any more children,Henry asked the pope to officially end his marriage.
How did John Calvin's ideas affect life in Geneva?
John Calvin's ideas affect life in Geneva by making laws and banned certain thing such as playing cards and dancing.
How might William Tyndale's life have been different if he had lived after Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church?
William Tyndale's life might have been different if he had lived after Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church because he would not have to flee England and he would not be killed.
What was the Catholic Reformation ?
The Catholic Reformation was the period of Catholic resurgence beginning with the Council of Trent (1545-1563) and ending at the close of the Thirty Years' War (1648), and was initiated in response to the Protestant Reformation.
Why was the Catholic Church stronger in Spain than in many other parts of Europe?
The Catholic Church was stronger in Spain because of the Spanish Inquisition.
What religious order did Ignatius of Loyola create ?
The religious order that Ignatius of Loyola created was called The first new order.
How did the Catholic try to fight the spread of Protestant ideas.
The Catholics tried to fight the spread of Protestant ideas by becoming missionaries and traveling to teach people the Catholic beliefs.
Which do you think was a better way to reform the Catholic Church,new religious orders or the Council of Trent?Why?
The Council of Trent was a better way to reform because the New Religious Order did not provide as much change as people felt was needed.
Where did Catholic missionaries travel?
Catholic missionaries traveled to America,Asia,and Africa.
Where did most Protestants live,in northern or southern Europe?
Most Protestants lived in Northern Europe .
Why do you think the Catholic Church had more influence in Southern Europe ?
The Catholic Church had more influence in Southern Europe because In the north the churches were all protestant Churches.
Where did the Thirty Years' War begin?
The Thirty Years' War began in Bohemia during a Protestant revolt.
What started the wars of religion in France?
The Protestants revolting started the wars of religion in France.
What were two areas of society that changed as a result of the Reformation?
Two areas of society that changed as a result of the Reformation were that government and science were questioned.
How did the Reformation lead to the growth of federalism?
the Reformation lead to the growth of federalism by causing congregation and the congregations shared power with the national governments to create federalism.
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