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Modern World History - Patterns of Interaction Chapter 1 : European Renaissance & Reformation (1300-1600) Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is FALSE regarding Luther's role in the Reformation of Germany?

Question 2 2. Which state is named after Elizabeth I?

Question 3 3. The first printing presses appeared in Europe in which century?

Question 4 4. Which BEST explains the shift in political power following the Reformation?

Question 5 5. How did the Council of Trent affect the Christian world?

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Question 6 6. The Pope turned from a spiritual leader into a politician as

Question 7 7. How did The Reformation impact southern European countries?

Question 8 8. How did the Protestant Reformation change life in Europe?

Question 9 9. As a practicing Catholic, Emma will participate in several sacraments. According to the Catholic Church, she will need to be baptized, confirmed, etc. to keep her life on a path to salvation. There is one sacrament Emma will not participate in during her lifetime. Which sacrament will NOT be required of Emma?

Question 10 10. Francis Bacon's ideas became the foundation of the modern study of _____.

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Question 11 11. What does the term Renaissance refer to?

Question 12 12. When did Luther post his 95 Theses?

Question 13 13. Based on the fact that Parliament passed the Acts of Annates in 1532, what can one conclude about how the British felt about the Catholic church?

Question 14 14. What is the main difference between the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church?

Question 15 15. How are Antitrinitarians different from mainstream Christians?

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Question 16 16. How did Humanism change the idea of human nature?

Question 17 17. How does Luther's belief compare to Zwingli's beliefs?

Question 18 18. Why do some people in theater refer to Macbeth as 'the Scottish play'?

Question 19 19. Joshua is a peasant farmer who recently wronged his older brother. According to the Catholic Church, what must Joshua do if he wants to go to Heaven?

Question 20 20. How did the Renaissance spread from Italy to places such as France, England, and Germany?

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Question 21 21. How did the Catholic church respond to Luther's 95 Theses?

Question 22 22. In what style are most of Shakespeare's lines written?

Question 23 23. Who wrote 'The Spanish Tragedy?'

Question 24 24. Why do Unitarians, as a sect of Antitrinitarians, believe Jesus did not die for the sins of humanity?

Question 25 25. Which of the following was NOT an effect of the Council of Trent?

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Question 26 26. What advantage did Luther have over other people of his day, that helped him to take a stand against the Catholic Church?

Question 27 27. During a Roman Catholic mass, the transformation of the bread and wine into the actual body and blood of Christ is called_____.

Question 28 28. What document said that German rulers could determine the official religion of their state?

Question 29 29. How did Martin Luther's beliefs about religious thought influence society during and after the Reformation?

Question 30 30. How were Zwingli and Luther's beliefs similar?

Modern World History - Patterns of Interaction Chapter 1 : European Renaissance & Reformation (1300-1600) Chapter Exam Instructions

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