HIEU 201 Test 7

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 7 Answers

  1. True or False: According to your textbook, the politics of the northern Italian city-states remained unstable due to external rivalries among the city-states and conflicts within cities between merchants and nobles.
  2. Which of the following is true of the Renaissance?
  3. The marriage pattern in Italian cities was characterized by
  4. True or False: According to your textbook, the writer of The Prince argues that a ruler must be devoutly religious.
  5. In which country was the religious wars most brutal, culminating in the Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre of 1572?
  6. According to the textbook, Calvinist theology provided moral support for
  7. To which Reformer belongs the credit for what the textbook calls “the centerpiece of Protestant theology,” namely, predestination?
  8. Luther’s attack on indulgences was prompted primarily by
  9. True/False: According to the textbook, reform in the church was called for first by northern humanists who then set the stage for the Protestant Reformation.
  10. True or False: According to the textbook, Luther fully supported the peasant’s revolt in Germany, claiming that social revolution was justifiable when the poor were oppressed by wealthy lords.
  11. One of the largest Radical Reformation groups, the Anabaptists, left which of the following legacies for the modern West?
  12. Renaissance society was marked by
  13. The French Waldensians, English Lollards, and Bohemian Jan Hus, all advocated which of the following in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries?
  14. According to the textbook, while the Renaissance is largely a European achievement, headed by the Italian city-states, which civilization was providing many of the resources drawn on by scholars?
  15. True or False: According to the textbook, the Protestant Reformation was merely a revitalization of religious teachings, having to do only with the church and salvation.
  16. According to the Peace of Augsburg,
  17. Luther tried, but never won the support of the German nobility.
  18. Jan Hus (c. 1369-1415)
  19. The Catholic Reformation movement (also called the Counter-Reformation) targeted the same abuses as the Protestant Reformation with one exception. What was that?
  20. John Wycliffe (c. 1320-1384)
  21. According to the lecture “Protestant Reformation,” which of the following contributed to the papal crisis of credibility?
  22. According to the lecture, “Reformation in Europe,” why did the Protestant Reformation have no influence in Spain and Italy?
  23. According to the lecture “Protestant Reformation,” which of the following is NOT true of John Wycliffe and Jan Hus?
  24. According to the lecture, “Italian and Northern Renaissance,” which of the following best represents the link between the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation?
  25. True or False: According to the lecture, “Reformation in Europe,” Germany exhibited religious freedom and tolerance, allowing German subjects to choose their own church from among the various Catholic or Protestant denominations.
  26. True or False: According to the website, ”Institutes – Calvin on Predestination,” Calvin claims that God predetermined whom He would save and whom He would not.
  27. True/False: According to the video clip, ”The Diet of Worms,” a legacy of Luther’s refusal to recant marks the dawn of a new era in which the ordinary person could stand against authority based on conscience.
  28. According to the video clip, “Luther’s 95 Theses,” all the theses, especially the first, attacked
  29. According to the video clip, ”The Monk Luther,” Luther experienced despair because
  30. According to the video clip, ”Intro to Luther,” Luther is considered a great emancipator of human history because
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