One way that Renaissance artists reflected the new ideas of humanism was by painting ____________ people of the day.
The Swiss city-state of geneva became a model of Protestant morality under the leadership of
Each German prince could decide the religion for his lands.
What resulted from the Peace of Augsburg in 1555?
Anabaptists believed that infants should not be baptized because infants are too ___________ to accept the Christian faith.
The purpose of the Council of Trent was to direct the ____________ of the Catholic Church.
The age of great change marked by renewed interest in classical learning and the arts is called the
Leonardo da Vinci
The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa were the works of the great artist
Henry VIII wanted a divorce
What triggered the events that resulted in the formation of the Church England?
defend, restore, and spread
The main goal of the Jesuits was to ____________, ____________, and __________ the Catholic faith.
Greek and Roman
One of the dominant features of Renaissance though was a study of ancient __________ and __________ culture.
The dominant family of Renaissance Florence was the
Martin Luther insisted that the only way to salvation was as a result of __________ alone.
Luther's ninety-five theses challenged the practice of selling __________.
Calvinists were the most zealous reformers because they believed in divine ________________ and the need to create a godly society.
self-discipline, Catholic Church
Ignatius of Loyola advocated rigorous _______________ and complete submission to the authority of the _________ ____________.
Pope Paul III was responsible for all the following actions EXCEPT A. beginning the Crusades B. Confirming the Jesuit Order C. Helping from the Council of Trent D. reinitiating the Inquisition
The most widely recognized author of the Renaissance was the English poet and playwright
Machiavelli was most famous for writing his book of political commentary called...
Tensions rose during the age of the Reformation because of... A. Catholic intolerance of Protestants B. Protestant intolerance of Catholics C. Protestant intolerance of other Protestants D. all of these