Question 1 

  1. According to the essay      "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." Individuals reside in a      defined culture that in most cases is _______________.

  


Generational

 


Expected,

 


Comfortable

 


All of the above

3 points   

Question 2 

  1. In the Early Modern World, who      felt that mathematics was the “queen of the sciences, and was all anyone      needed to explain a mechanical universe?

  


Bacon

 


Galileo

 


Descartes

 


Copernicus

3 points   

Question 3 

  1. In the Early Modern World who felt      that Scientific knowledge and invention should be public property to be      shared democratically and to be used for the benefit of all people?

  


Galileo

 


Bacon

 


Wycliffe

 


Descartes

3 points   

Question 4 

  1. The art and music of the      Reformation rejected the Catholic and Renaissance forms because the      movement was _______________ at its roots.

  


Theological

 


Theocracy

 


None of these

 


Autocratic

3 points   

Question 5 

  1. Associated with the Protestant      Reformation since his arrival in Geneva in the early1500’s.

  


Calvin

 


Luther

 


Zwingli

 


Melanchthon

3 points   

Question 6 

  1. According to the essay      "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." The invention of the      ____________________ in the fifteenth century created an avenue for some      to hear and read what Scripture really said.

  


Book bindings

 


Translations

 


Printing press

 


Ink pen

3 points   

Question 7 

  1. Who wrote the Protestant Work      Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism? From the Essay “Influence of      Christianity on Western Culture”.

  


Bacon

 


Luther

 


Weber

 


Dunant

3 points   

Question 8 

  1. Swiss Reformer who tried to      influence the Catholic church from within to begin with.

  


Luther

 


Calvin

 


Zwingli

 


Wycliff

3 points   

Question 9 

  1. Once Pope Paul III realized the      seriousness of Luther’s reformation, he assembled what Council?

  


Rome

 


Trent

 


Italy

 


Germany

3 points   

Question 10 

  1. The ______________ were persecuted      by the Church of England and authorities more than the Puritans because      they sought to worship outside the realm of the Church, which was a direct      challenge not only the Church of England, but also to Elizabeth I and      later James I.

  


Freedom fighters

 


Separatists

 


Anglicans

 


Wycliffians

3 points   

Question 11 

  1. Who died as a Martyr?

  


Martin Luther

 


John Huss

 


Wycliffe

 


Calvin

3 points   

Question 12 

  1. The Reformer from the Protestant      Reformation from Scotland?

  


Calvin

 


Knox

 


Wycliffe

 


Hus

3 points   

Question 13 

  1. Who founded the Church of England?      

  


Henry the VIII

 


Luther

 


Calvin

 


Wycliffe

3 points   

Question 14 

  1. Which one of these individuals was      not part of the Protestant Reformation?

  


Calvin

 


Zwingli

 


Melanchthon

 


Copernican

3 points   

Question 15 

  1. From the Essay “Influence of      Christianity on Western Culture”.  Laid the foundation for modern      genetics

  


Faraday

 


Pasteur

 


Kelvin

 


Mendel

3 points   

Question 16 

  1. Lead a coalition of abolitionists      in England for many years and was finally able to get slavery outlawed in      all of the British Empire. From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on      Western Culture”.

  


Luther

 


Wilberforce

 


Nightingale

 


Weber

3 points   

Question 17 

  1. At the beginning of the 17th
         century both England and France were governed by absolute monarchs who      based their claims on _____________.

  


Divine Right

 


Their heritage

 


Democratic vote of   people

 


Will of the   aristocrat

3 points   

Question 18 

  1. Mary I is better remembered      throughout history as “Bloody Mary,” because during her short five-year      reign, she had almost 300 catholic dissenters burned at the stake, This      action by the queen would result in a book being written by      _____________called The Book of Martyrs.

  


Edward

 


Bunyan

 


Foxe

 


Wycliffe

3 points   

Question 19 

  1. Luther’s teaching and the heart of      the Reformation are really summed up in two Latin phrases, Sola Scriptura      and ____________.

  


Carpe diem

 


Sola fide

 


Sola purga

 


Sola reforme

3 points   

Question 20 

  1. Who was the first to question the      Catholic Church’s role in policy related to the state and how the Church      and its representatives should relate to the secular state or kings within      the country they resided?

  


Calvin

 


Wycliffe

 


Luther

 


Knox

3 points   

Question 21 

  1. The values of a culture will      determine the behavior and actions of that culture, so to change the      actions you must change governments.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 22 

  1. Sola Fida means by Scripture      alone.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 23 

  1. The German sociologist Max Weber      argued that cultural differences in Europe resulted from what he called      “the Protestant ethic.” From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on      Western Culture”.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 24 

  1. Christianity has had little impact      on education in Western Culture. From the Essay “Influence of Christianity      on Western Culture”.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 25 

  1. By giving dignity to labor and      accenting the spirit of individual freedom, communism produced positive      economic effects.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 26 

  1. One of the most important      theological ideas of the Reformation is expressed by the phrase “sola      scriptura.”

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 27 

  1. John Milton wrote many poems      critical of the Puritans.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 28 

  1. Thomas Aquinas, a Catholic      philosopher of the thirteenth century, had taught that the will of an      individual was fallen after man revolted against God, but the mind was      not.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 29 

  1. The publication of Newton’s      Principia in 1687 marked the dawn of the Enlightenment, an optimistic new      age that relied on the intellect to design a rational society in a      knowable universe.

True 

False 

2 points   

Question 30 

  1. In many ways the Renaissance was      the spiritual side of the Reformation.

True 

False 

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