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  1. 95 Theses
  2. Leipzig Debate
  3. Disolution of Monasteris
  4. Sack of Rome
  5. Peasants War/Revolt
  1. a 1527. the protestant reformation has been going on for 10 years. The holy roman empire is annoyed by Clemonth and Charles the 5th has soldiers from germany and spain that haven't been paid in awhile. He allows those soldiers go into Rome. This allowed a lot of pressure on the pope. Pressure to the Pope from Charles to refuse Henry's divorce.
  2. b Luther debated with Johann Eck, a Catholic theologian. This debate made Luther see the consequences of his new theology.
  3. c Peasants dissatisfaction in Germany stemmed from several sources. They proved to be one of Luther's greatest challenges of the 1520's.
  4. d was the administrative and legal processes between 1536 and 1541 by which Henry VIII disbanded monasteries, priories, convents and friaries in England, Wales and Ireland; appropriated their income, disposed of their assets and provided for their former members
  5. e Marks the beginning of the reformation. They were translated into many different languages which helped it spread throughout Europe. Martin Luther wrote 95 theses about the abuses of the sale of indulgences and sent them to a church or put them on the door of a church.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Melchiorites, the followers of after his conversion to Anabaptism in 1530 in Strasbourg, Alsace. Among them baptism was performed as a sign that the adult convert was forsaking the world, the flesh, and the devil, and entering into a covenant with
  2. a Catholic theologian that opposed Luther in the Leipzig Debate
  3. Henry VIII: was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. He was also Lord of Ireland and claimant to the Kingdom of France. Henry was the second monarch of the House of Tudor, succeeding his father, Henry VII.
  4. led to absenteeism (church officeholders ignored their duties and hired underlings who weren't always qualified)
  5. hawked the indulgences in Germany with the slogan " as soon as the coin in the coffer rings, the soul from purgatory springs."

5 True/False questions

  1. Thoms a Kempiswas a leader of the English Reformation and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI. He helped build a favourable case for Henry's divorce from Catherine of Aragon which resulted in the separation of the English Church from union with the Holy See


  2. Ignatius Loyola and the spiritual excersisesis a Catholic brotherhood formed in 1497 by an man called Ettore Vernazza. It was first set up in Genoa, Italy but soon spread across the country. It main aims were to help the country from disease and poverty and spread the word of God.


  3. Christain Humanismgoal was to reform Christianity. They focused on classical writings and the sources of Christianity. They found a more simple religion compared to how it changed by theological arguments in the Middle Ages. The humanists set up reform programs to teach classical Christianity to instill a true inner religious feeling that would promote reform in the church and society. They supported schools, made new editions of the classics, and made new editions of the bible and religious writings made by religious fathers.


  4. Cardinal Wolseywas a powerful English statesman and a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. Born in humble circumstances, he was introduced to the court of King Henry VII, who recognized his abilities and appointed him Royal Chaplain


  5. Marburg ColloquyBorn in Germany in 1483. Was a lawer before he got his bachelor's degree in liberal arts. He then wanted to become a monk. He then began to ponder about confession and the results of confession. Un 1512 he became a professor in theology where he began reading the bible finding his answers. He found a new component and strategy of study within the Catholic religion. He then wanted to go against the Pope and start the practice of his own religion.