CHHI 525 Quiz Reformation

CHHI 525 Quiz: The Reformation and Counter-Reformation

  1. John Hus was
  2. The Conciliar Movement sought to end conflicts between European monarchs by calling for political assemblies.
  3. Which of the following was a result of the political, social, and religious changes of the late Middle Ages?
  4. By some estimates, Europe’s population fell by two-thirds between 1300 and 1450.
  5. The term “Renaissance” was used to describe a historical period for the first time in
  6. Which of the following describes Desiderus Erasmus?
  7. Girolamo Savonarola was an ardent supporter of the Renaissance in Florence
  8. Historical evidence proves that Renaissance humanism was a rejection of Christian faith and morals.
  9. “Evangelical” in the sixteenth century was another word for
  10. Martin Luther intended to leave the Catholic Church when he wrote his Ninety-Five Theses.
  11. The sacrament of penance defined by the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) involves which of the following?
  12. The Peace of Augsburg (1555) was a victory for religious toleration.
  13. Calvin enjoyed strong support in Geneva from the start of his ministry there.
  14. John Calvin converted to Protestantism through the efforts of Guillaume Farel.
  15. Their opponents viewed the Anabaptist movement’s rejection of infant baptism as both religious heresy and political treason.
  16. The 1522 “Sausage Affair” in Zürich was primarily about:
  17. The apocalyptic orientation of Melchiorite theology was intrinsically violent.
  18. Ignatius of Loyola taught his followers absolute obedience to the pope.
  19. Michael Sattler
  20. The Index of Prohibited Books included translations of the Bible.
  21. Elizabeth I was known as the “Virgin Queen.”
  22. Which of the following was known as an ardent Catholic?
  23. Catholics became the objects of bloody persecution under Queen Mary I.
  24. Puritans were opposed to
  25. Thomas Cromwell opposed the spread of Protestantism in England.
  26. Discuss the ways in which Archbishop Cranmer furthered the Reformation in England.
  27. Were the late Middle Ages (c. 1300–1500) a time of triumph or defeat for the Roman papacy? Support your answer with examples from the history of that period.


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