BJU World History Chapter 12
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The Reformation began as a religious movement of protest
against corruption in the Roman Catholic Church.
He said the Bible was the sole authority for all believers; called the Morning Star of the Reformation; opposed the Catholic teaching of transubstantiation.; condemned by same council that condemned Huss
Condemned and burned at Constance
Which verse did Luther use to claim "the just shall live by faith"?
salvation is by faith
While a priest, Luther discovered through studying Scripture that
rebuild St. Peter's Basilica
Pope Leo X ordered the selling of indulgences in order to
The country in which the Reformation began was
What, according to John Wycliffe, is the supreme authority for all believers?
He told people that a loved one would spend less time in purgatory.
How was Johann Tetzel able to convince so many people to buy indulgences?
October 31, 1517
Date that Luther nailed the 95 Thesis to the door of the Catholic church in Wittenberg, Germany.
This was the letter Martin Luther wrote to Archbishop Albert which explained that indulgences undermined the seriousness of the sacrament of penance
maintained that every believer was a priest.
Only true believers should be members in the local church, Church and state should be separated, A Christian should not take up arms against anyone, even in time of war., "Baptize again"
The major emphasis of Calvinism is
Sovereignty of God
Protestant churches that adopted Calvin's system of theology called themselves
attacked Luther's teachings
Henry VIII was called "Defender of the Faith" because he
divorce Catherine of Aragon
Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Catholic Church because he wanted to
Wycliffe, Tyndale, Coverdale, and Rogers all worked on what printed book?
tossed in the fire
In 1520, when Luther received the papal bull condemning him as a heretic, he
Diet of Worms
banning Luther's writings, demanding that Luther be seized and turned over to the authorities, condemning Luther as a heretic.
Philip II conspired to kill Elizabeth I and place whom on the English throne?
Roman Catholic queen of Scotland
Roman Catholic stronghold
Although Philip II of Spain was married to Mary I of England, he did not get control of the English throne because Mary
Who commanded ships that helped defeat the Armada?
St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
massacre of an estimated twenty thousand Huguenots.
A Roman Catholic tribunal for investigating and prosecuting charges of heresy - especially the one active in Spain during the 1400s.
The Protestants who saw no hope for change in the English church and who removed themselves from it were called
suppress heresy and promote Catholic education.
The Protestants in England who wished to cleanse the Anglican Church of its Catholic practices were the