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The Protestant Reformation (Grade 9)

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The Protestant Reformation

1. 
Who started the Protestant Reformation?
  1. Martin Luther
  2. Jesus Christ
  3. Roman Emperor Constantine
  4. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2. 
In which century and where did the Protestant Reformation happen?
  1. 17th century, South Asia
  2. 16th century, China
  3. 16th century, Europe
  4. 15th century, North America
3. 
The Protestant Reformation was
  1. a new form of government.
  2. a new method of doing science.
  3. a religious and historical movement.
  4. supported by the Roman Catholic popes.
4. 
What did Martin Luther nail to the Wittenburg church door which started the Protestant Reformation?



5. 
A Protestant is one who agrees with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
  1. True
  2. False
6. 
What does this phrase mean in the context of the Protestant Reformation: "When a coin in the coffer rings, a soul from purgatory springs"?



7. 
What does the Latin phrase "sola scriptura" mean, and why did Martin Luther espouse this teaching?



8. 
When asked by Roman Catholic interrogators in 1521 to recant his heretical beliefs, Martin Luther refused, reportedly saying, "Here I                 . I can do no other."
9. 
Why did King Henry VIII split from the Roman Catholic Church to found the Church of England?
  1. The pope refused to annul Henry's first marriage.
  2. Henry wanted the right to appoint his own bishops in his realm.
  3. The pope told Henry he owed thousands of pounds of gold in church taxes.
  4. Henry thought he could do a better job of leading England's Christian population
10. 
Match the person with his/her description.
__John CalvinA.Swiss reformer who advocated for the union of church and state in the service of God.
__Martin LutherB.Head of the Church of England
__John KnoxC.German priest who taught eternal life was gained not by good works, but by grace through faith in
__Huldrych ZwingliD.French theologian, pastor and reformer in Geneva
__Henry the VIIIE.Scottish minister and theologian, who was a leader of the country's Reformation, and founder of prebyterianism

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