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Question 1: Older Protestant churches, such as the Unitas Fratrum (Unity of the Brethren), Moravian Brethren (Bohemian Brethren) date their origins to ________ in the early 15th century.
PragueCatholic ChurchHussiteJan Hus

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Loci Communes (Latin for "Common Points") were summaries of Luther's theological points and were widely distributed.
  Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland.
  Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre, Painting by François Dubois (born about 1529, Amiens, Picardy)
  Reformation and Counter Reformation in Europe. Protestant lands in blue (with gains and the losses due to the Counter Reformation), Catholic in olive

Question 3: Protestants likely formed a majority of Hungary's population at the close of the sixteenth century, but ________ efforts in the seventeenth century reconverted a majority of the kingdom to Catholicism.
East–West SchismFirst seven Ecumenical CouncilsCounter-ReformationCrusades

Question 4: There had long been a strong strain of anti-clericalism, and England had already given rise to the Lollard movement of John Wycliffe, which played an important part in inspiring the Hussites in ________.
MoraviaBohemiaCzech RepublicPrague

Question 5: The desire was for the Church of England to resemble more closely the Protestant churches of Europe, especially ________.
GenevaZürichLausanneBasel

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon, by Lucas Cranach the Elder. Oil on panel.
  Reformation and Counter Reformation in Europe. Protestant lands in blue (with gains and the losses due to the Counter Reformation), Catholic in olive
  Life of Martin Luther and the heroes of the Reformation
  Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon, by Lucas Cranach the Elder. Oil on panel.

Question 7: The Habsburgs, who ruled Spain, ________, the Spanish Netherlands and much of Germany and Italy, were staunch defenders of the Catholic Church.
PolandHungaryCzech RepublicAustria

Question 8: (See ________.) They also objected to ecclesiastical courts.
Vestments controversyMarian exilesThomas CranmerNicholas Ridley (martyr)

Question 9: The council could not prevent schism and the Hussite Wars in ________.
BohemiaMoraviaPragueCzech Republic

Question 10: While Lutheranism gained a foothold among the German-speaking population, ________ became widely accepted among ethnic Hungarians.
ArminianismProtestant ReformationCovenant theologyCalvinism
















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