Martin Luther's 95 theses stated all of the following beliefs EXCEPT that ____.
only God could forgive sins
Christians needed the aid of priests in order to pray to God
Popes were not perfect
the only true guide to religious truth was the Bible
The Peace of Augsburg stated that ____.
there could be both Lutheran and Catholic churches in Germany
there could only be Roman Catholic churches in Germany
there could only be Lutheran Churches in Germany
neither the Roman Catholic nor the Lutheran church were allowed in Germany
The Jesuits were interested in _____.
setting up Protestant churches in Spain and Italy
following the ideas of John Calvin
converting people in India, China, and Japan to Protestantism
spreading and strengthening the Roman Catholic faith
The Pope formed the Council of Trent ____.
to discuss Catholic reforms and defend Catholic teachings
to take people away from the Roman Catholic Church
to stop the sale of indulgences
to send missionaries to Poland, Bohemia, and Hungary
Reformation in England began when ____.
Henry VII married Catherine of Aragon
Henry VIII removed the Pope as head of the Church of England
Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn
Henry VIII married Jane Seymour
Which of the following statements about European wars of religion is most accurate?
By the middle 1500s, most northern Europeans were Catholics, while most southern Europeans were Protestants, and this caused tension.
Since European monarchs had used religion to unite their people, the ruler and people of each country were expected to belong to the same church.
In 1588, Protestant England won an important sea battle against Catholic France.
The Huguenots were Catholics in France who were persecuted by the Protestant government.
The nature of the Thirty Years' War changed from a war of religion to a war of politics when _____.
Catholic France entered the war on the Protestant side
Denmark invaded Germany
Sweden invaded Germany
the nobles of Bohemia chose a German Protestant as their new king
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