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NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE _____________________ CLASS ______________
Chapter 16 Test, Form A
in Europe
in Europe
DIRECTIONS: Matching Match each item with the correct statement below.
________ 1. radical reformers who believed in complete
separation of church and state
A. predestination
B. the Ninety-five Theses
________ 2. founder of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits
C. Ignatius of Loyola
________ 3. release from all or part of the punishment for sin
D. Lutheranism
________ 4. decreed that Martin Luther was an outlaw in the
Holy Roman Empire
E. indulgence
________ 5. founder of the Anglican Church
F. Anabaptists
________ 6. Martin Luther’s attack on the abuses of the
Catholic Church
G. Edict of Worms
H. Christian humanism
________ 7. belief that God has determined in advance who
will be saved and who will be damned
I. King Henry VIII
________ 8. the first Protestant faith
J. Council of Trent
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________ 9. reaffirmed traditional Catholic teachings in
opposition to Protestant beliefs
_______ 10. a movement that combined classical learning
and individualism with the goal of reforming the
Catholic Church
DIRECTIONS: Multiple Choice Indicate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
_______ 11. Martin Luther believed that salvation could be achieved through
A. good works.
B. the purchase of indulgences.
C. faith alone.
D. faith and good works.
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Chapter 16 Test, Form A cont.
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_______ 12. The Catholic Reformation revitalized the Catholic Church by
A. rooting out corruption within the papacy.
B. discrediting the Protestant movement.
C. revoking the supreme leadership of the pope.
D. reshaping many of the Catholic Church’s basic teachings.
_______ 13. Christian humanists believed that people would become more pious by
A. showing respect for sacred relics.
B. fasting on major religious holidays.
C. making pilgrimages to holy sites.
D. reading fundamental works of Christianity.
_______ 14. Anabaptists were viewed as dangerous radicals because they believed that
A. early Christian practices should be abandoned.
B. the state should not have any role in church affairs.
C. priests were needed to interpret the Christian Bible correctly.
D. only a chosen few in the community could become ministers.
_______ 15. The English Reformation differed from the Reformation in the rest of Europe because it
B. maintained an alliance with the pope in England.
C. was rooted in politics rather than religion.
D. departed radically from traditional Catholic teachings.
_______ 16. Martin Luther published his Ninety-five Theses to attack the Catholic Church for its
A. papal system of authority.
B. abuses in the sale of indulgences.
C. reliance upon faith as a means of salvation.
D. landholdings throughout Europe.
_______ 17. The final decrees of the Council of Trent
A. reaffirmed traditional Catholic teachings in opposition to Protestant beliefs.
B. empowered the Jesuits to try heretics, including anyone who was Protestant.
C. stated that Christians should be god-fearing people.
D. were meaningless because they were never put into practice.
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A. gave the state no control over religious doctrine.
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The Reformation
in Europe
in Europe
_______ 18. The Holy Roman Empire had to make peace with Lutheran princes in order to
A. form a strategic alliance with Francis I, king of France.
B. encourage the conversion of Protestants back to the Catholic faith.
C. reclaim territories that had been seized by state governments.
D. keep the empire unified against attacks from external enemies.
_______ 19. The Peace of Augsburg changed Christianity in Germany by
A. outlawing all religions other than Lutheranism.
B. giving German princes authority to regulate church affairs.
C. allowing German states to choose between Lutheranism and Catholicism.
D. empowering Henry VIII to establish the Church of England.
_______ 20. Lutherans and Calvinists did not agree on the issue of
A. clerical celibacy.
B. predestination.
C. women’s rights.
D. papal authority.
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DIRECTIONS: Essay Answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper.
21. Compare Henry VIII’s motives for breaking with the Catholic Church with those of Martin Luther. What role did
politics play in the actions of both men?
“The rule remains with the husband, and the wife is compelled to obey it by God’s command. He
rules the home and the state, wages war, defends his possessions, tills the soil, builds, plants, etc.
The woman on the other hand is like a nail driven into the wall. She sits at home. . . . The wife should
stay at home and look after the affairs of the household, as one who has been deprived of the
ability of administering those affairs that are outside and that concern the state.”
—Martin Luther, from Lectures on Genesis, 1535–1545
22. Based on the passage, how does Martin Luther’s ideal of married life and the duties of men and women in a
marriage compare with modern family life?
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