Who posted the 95 theses to the door of a Catholic Church in Wittenberg?
What were the 95 theses?
They were statements on how to make the church richer.
They were 94 controversial statements in favor of the church.
They were 95 controversial statements challenging the catholic church.
They were 75 statements in favor of the church.
Who was Martin Luther?
He was a Roman Monk.
He was a young, German Monk.
He was a priest.
He was a protester against racism.
What did Martin Luther sought?
He seeked to reform the Roman Catholic Church.
He sought to build another church.
He wanted to change the meaning of the Bible.
He wanted to translate the Bible into English.
What did William Tyndale do?
He killed all priests.
He was the first to print the Bible in English.
He wrote influential Christian works.
He developed a theology of non-trinitarian Christianity.
Did Tyndale claim that the Bible did not support the church’s view that they were the body of Christ on earth?
What was Luther concerned about the Church doings?
Luther was gravely concerned about the way in which getting into heaven was connected with a financial transaction.
Luther was concerned that they were not making enough money for the church.
He was worried about the people not paying for their indulgences.
He was concerned about the way they were teaching the Bible.
What was the Reformation like?
It was really easy to get by.
The Reformation was a very violent period in Europe.
Protestants and Catholics got along very well and agreed with each other.
The Church easily gave into the Lutheran idea.
What was the Protestant Reformation?
It was the 13th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural upheaval that splintered Catholic Europe.
It was the building of a new church.
It was the 16th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural upheaval that splintered Catholic Europe
It was a war between all churches
How did the Catholic church respond after the Reformation?
It grew more spiritual, more literate and more educated.
It failed and never came to success.
The Catholic Church had no one supporting them.
It made people unhappy and killed those who did not support the Catholic Church.