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Arts and Humanities
History of Europe
World Civ Quiz 4
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Who wrote the important book on cold-blooded political realism titled The Prince?
Who famously said, It is better for a ruler to be feared than loved?
What does Luther contrast with the "Theology of Glory"?
"Theology of the Cross"?
What was the purpose of the Diet of Worms, April 18, 1521?
Martin Luther was given one last chance to recant before the Emperor Charles V.
On what condition did Luther say that he would recant?
If his errors were pointed out and proven by Scripture.
Where was Luther taken for protection after the Diet of Worms and what did he do there?
Wartburg Castle; he translated a German New Testament
Over what issue could Luther and Zwingli not agree?
The correct understanding of the Lord's Supper
Who is being excluded from what in "Julius Exclusus"?
Pope Julius II from Heaven
Donatello's "David" was significant because it was:
the first freestanding nude sculpture since Roman antiquity
While Renaissance Humanism began in Italy, Christian Humanism was more commonly found inside Italy.
The most important and famous "Christian Humanist" in Europe was:
The religious order that was established to play a leading role in the catholic Reformation checking the spread of Protestantism was founded by:
A true "Renaissance man," he is best known from his painting of The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa:
Leonardo da Vinci
Who said, "Every time a coin in the coffer rings, a soul from Purgatory springs"?
The central teaching of Martin Luther was that people were saved (justified) by:
Luther's 95 Theses were rapidly circulated throughout Europe in part because:
of the printing press
He painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, sculpted David and Moses, and finished the Dome of St. Peter's Church in Rome:
Most Protestant reformers accepted the idea of two sacraments:
In the 16th century, the Catholic Church taught that God's grace was offered to the Faithful in the sacrament system through the__________sacraments.
The council of Trent, 1545-1563, was a major effort of Lutherans and Reformed Protestants to join together in a common cause:
Predestination was and still is theological doctrine most commonly associated with:
Declaring Henry VIII to be the "supreme head of the Church of England" without actually making the Church England truly Protestant was accomplished by the:
Act of Supremacy 1534
What could be said to have defined Catholic doctrine and practice during the Reformation and for the next four centuries?
The Council of Trent
The city considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance is:
During the reigns of the Renaissance Popes, Alexander VI, Julius II, & Leo X, the papacy:
was dominated by popes who were often great politicians or patrons of the arts; this led some to criticize the papacy for extravagance and neglecting spiritual matters.
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