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The Earth and Its Peoples

History

Quiz 16 :

Transformations in Europe, 1500-1750

Quiz 16 :

Transformations in Europe, 1500-1750

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Many religious and intellectual leaders viewed the new science with suspicion, as shown by the Catholic Church's renunciation of
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The scientist who asserted that mathematical laws governed the universe was
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A

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The most significant challenge posed by early modern astronomers was that of the "heliocentric" universe, first argued by:
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B

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Many Europeans believed that when natural disasters like earthquakes occurred, the cause was
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In response to criticisms leveled against Catholic practices, the church met from 1545-1564 at the
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The astronomer who discovered spots on the sun and mountains on the moon and who empirically demonstrated the heliocentric theory was
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Martin Luther insisted that the only way to salvation was through
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To promote his ideas, Luther used
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One of the most important developments of the Catholic Church in response to the Protestant Reformation was when Ignatius of Loyola founded the
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The movement that began with Martin Luther's denunciation of indulgences and led to the rejection of the pope's authority was the
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The critical cause of the scientific revolution was:
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How did King Philip II of Spain try to enforce religious orthodoxy?
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In light of the challenges to the Catholic Church, many reforms were enacted, such as
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The challenge to the church and its supporters was intense and emotional, resulting in
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Calvinism went further than Lutheranism in curtailing the power of the clerical hierarchy and
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The witch trials focused on what as the explanation of witchcraft?
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John Calvin denied human faith could merit salvation, instead, he preached that salvation was granted by God to those
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Europeans viewed the natural world through two beliefs systems: belief based on Judeo-Christian scriptures, and
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The English Reformation led by Henry VIII differed from what Martin Luther had started because the king
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The Scientific Revolution demonstrated that the workings of the universe could be explained by applying which of the following?
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