The Reformation and Religious Wars

Match the items on the right with the items on the left:
I believe in predestination and started a religious community with very strict laws in Geneva.
This document ended any wars of religion in early modern Europe and tried to restore international stability and diplomatic process in Europe by eliminating religion division as cause of conflict.
I believed in salvation by faith alone, that scripture was the source of the creed.
They believed that any reason or problem that occurred with the state should be put ahead any religious principles.
This agreement stated that the religion of the ruler is the religion of the state.
This meeting was called to help reform the Catholic Church, define Church doctrine, and help the Church regain its power.
I issued the Edict of Nantes and tried to restore stability back in France.
He was one of Ferdinand II's generals who drove the Protestant forces to Hungry in 1625.
I believed in iconoclasm and later died in the Battle of Kapel carrying a sword and a Bible.
They are known as the "Soldiers of Christ" and established the Society of Jesus.
This document was also known as the "Disputations on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences" where the sale of indulgences and other church abuses were criticized.
This war started because of the dissatisfaction between the Catholics and Protestants with the Peace of Augsburg. It was the last war fought over religion.
This document required all the king's subject to take an oath of loyalty to the king as head of the Church of England.
This is a view that the Church is a corporation of cardinals that can override papal authority.
To England he was known as the "Defender of the Faith", soon after he found the Anglican Church.
I was an absolute ruler and I made France bankrupt with building Versailles and military funding.
This event killed many of the Huguenots in France.
I wanted to make France the strongest country in Europe and realized that to do this I needed to decrease power of the Huguenots and nobles.
This council was summoned by Charles V, condemned Luther's beliefs, and forbade Luther from preaching and declared him a heretic.
This document gave the Huguenots the right to practice their religion in their own certain towns.
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