RELIGION (I)

Final Review

Match the question with the proper term or personality.

He came from the Borgia family and was the most infamous Renaissance Pope.
He posted the Ninety-Five Theses on the church doors at Wittenberg in 1517.
The Catholic Church's attempt to quell the spread of Protestantism throughout Europe in the 16c.
They were the "left-wing" of the Protestant reform movement.
Leader of the Presbyterian Church in Scotland.
A government in which God is recognized as the supreme civil ruler and divine or religious laws are taken as the laws of the state.
The changing of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ.
This religious belief accepted God as the creator of the universe, but doubted that he was concerned with the daily activities of people or would respond to prayer or bestow grace.
This extension of the Spanish Inquisition prevented heretical ideas from corrupting the minds of those who still remained in the faith.
The "Father of the Swiss Protestant Reformation."
This organization of redefined the doctrine of the Catholic Church.
He believed in pre-destination and described his theology in the book, Institutes of the Christian Religion.
This law, passed in 1662, forbade all non-Anglicans from public worship, teaching their faiths, or attending universities.
St. Ignatius founded this religious order which became agents of the Inquisition and "defenders of the faith."
The "Father of Methodism."
Another name for the Protestant settlements in northern Ireland during the Cromwellian period.
It was during the reign of Edward VI of England that this work was published which became the basis of Anglican worship.
This piece of English legislation excluded non-Anglicans from civil and military positions.
A Protestant Evangelical revivalist movement of the mid-19c which deplored the stress on natural law.
French Calvinists.

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