Philipp Melanchthon: Quiz

Question 1: But all his caution and reservation did not hinder his opponents from continually working against him, accusing him of synergism and ________.
Huldrych ZwingliAnabaptistTheology of Huldrych ZwingliMartin Luther

Question 2: Melanchthon viewed any veneration of ________ rather critically but developed positive commentaries about Mary.
JesusOrthodox ChurchSaintChristianity

Question 3: When, having completed his philosophical course, he had taken the degree of master in 1516, he began to study ________.

Question 4: His books bearing directly on morals were chiefly drawn from the classics, and were influenced not so much by Aristotle as by ________.
CiceroJulius CaesarMark AntonyPompey

Question 5: Melanchthon on his way to Trent at ________ saw the military preparations of Maurice of Saxony, and after proceeding as far as Nuremberg, returned to Wittenberg in March 1552, for Maurice had turned against the emperor.

Question 6: He later ________ of the friendly attitude shown by him toward the Swiss at the diet, calling Zwingli's doctrine of the Lord's Supper "an impious dogma" and confirming Luther in his attitude of non-acceptance.

Question 7: He started from ________; but with the contempt of an enthusiastic Humanist he turned away from it and came to Wittenberg with the plan of editing the complete works of Aristotle.
NominalismAvicennaScholasticismLogical positivism

Question 8: Nevertheless, Melanchthon persevered in his efforts for the peace of the Church, suggesting a ________ of the Evangelical party and drawing up for the same purpose the Frankfurt Recess, which he defended later against the attacks of his enemies.

Question 9: He repulsed the attack of Cordatus in a letter to Luther and his other colleagues by stating that he had never departed from their common teachings on this subject, and in the ________ of 1537 Melanchthon was in harmony with Luther.
AntinomianismBiblical law in ChristianityCircumcision controversy in early ChristianityNew Covenant

Question 10: While the confession was based on Luther's ________ and Schwabach articles, it was mainly the work of Melanchthon.

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