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Question 1: In 1548, two years after the death of ________, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V tried to unite Catholics and Protestants in his realm with a law called the Augsburg Interim.
Protestant ReformationPhilipp MelanchthonMartin LutherLutheranism

Question 2: This law was rejected by ________, on the account that it did not ensure justification by faith as a fundamental doctrine.
Philipp MelanchthonMatthias FlaciusLutheranismMartin Luther

Question 3: Adiaphoron (plural: adiaphora from the Greek ἀδιάφορα "indifferent things") was a concept used in ________ philosophy to indicate things which were outside of moral law – that is, actions which are neither morally mandated nor morally forbidden.

Question 4: By 1576 both extremes were rejected by the majority of ________ led by Martin Chemnitz and the formulators of the Formula of Concord.
Sacramental unionLutheranismProtestant ReformationApostles' Creed

Question 5: New Testament examples of adiaphora are often cited from Paul's ________.
Epistle to the EphesiansFirst Epistle to the CorinthiansEpistle to the RomansSecond Epistle to the Corinthians

Question 6: The issue of what constituted adiaphora became a major dispute during the ________.
Counter-ReformationProtestant ReformationCrusadesEast–West Schism

Question 7: Adiaphora in Christianity refer to matters not regarded as essential to ________, but nevertheless as permissible for Christians or allowed in church.

Question 8: ________, wisdom, justice, temperance, and the like, were denominated good; their opposites were bad.
VirtueConscienceGood and evilMorality

Question 9: The Westminster Confession of Faith, a confession of faith written by the ________, distinguishes between the elements or acts of worship (worship proper) and those things which are the circumstances of worship.
English ReformationPuritanEnglandPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)

Question 10: But besides these there were many other objects of pursuit such as ________, fame, etc.
United StatesJapanUnited KingdomWealth


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