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Christianity in the 16th century: Quiz


Question 1: The quick spread of discontent occurred to a large degree because of the printing press and the resulting swift movement of both ideas and documents, including the ________.
Justification (theology)The Ninety-Five ThesesRestorationism (Christian primitivism)Protestant Reformation

Question 2: ________ is regarded as the leader of the Scottish Reformation
John CalvinPresbyterianismHuldrych ZwingliJohn Knox

Question 3: 1536 - Northern Italian Anabaptist missionary Hans Oberecker is burned at the stake in ________, Austria [10]

Question 4: Frenchman ________ told a story of a Lutheran pastor who once claimed that he would rather celebrate the mass of Rome than participate in a Calvinist service.
French Renaissance literatureBlaise PascalFrench literatureMichel de Montaigne

Question 5: 1545-1563 Catholic ________, counter-reformation against Protestantism, clearly defined an official theology and biblical canon
Council of TrentFirst Council of NicaeaCouncil of ChalcedonCatholic Church

Question 6: 1536 Jacob Hutter founder of ________
Ethnic GermansRussian MennoniteHutteriteVolga Germans

Question 7: Other important reformers were John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli, Philipp Melanchthon, Martin Bucer and the ________.
AnabaptistChristian denominationChristianityProtestant Reformation

Question 8: During the ________, the Roman Catholic Church established a number of Missions in the Americas and other colonies in order to spread Christianity in the New World and to convert the indigenous peoples.
Portuguese discoveriesAge of DiscoveryPortuguese EmpireSpanish Empire

Question 9: In the North, burghers and monarchs were united in their frustration for not paying any taxes to the nation, but collecting taxes from subjects and sending the revenues disproportionately to the Pope in ________.

Question 10: 1557 - Jesuit bishop André de Oviedo arrives in ________ with five priests to convert the local Ethiopian Christians to Catholicism.

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