Quiz-9-26-05 - Causation of the Reformation - Quiz What are...

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Causation of the Reformation - Quiz - What are two very common answers to the question of “What caused the Reformation?” o Church was corrupt o Martin Luther o King was weak - Name One reason to not give too much credit to one man for an event o - Why is it that no single cause ever adequately explains a historical episode o Because of the domino effect – one thing causes the next, causes the next o “Cause and Effect” - What most likely is the initial spark for the Reformation o The posting of the 95-Theses - What are two very common answers to the question “What caused the Reformation?” o Church was corrupt - List two earlier instances of men who preached the same viewpoint as Martin Luther o John Huss o John Wycliff - Was the initial objective when it came to criticism of the church o Separation or Reform? Reform - When Luther went to Worms, what Prince protected him? o Frederick – Elector of Saxon o Luther given safe haven - What invention impacted the event? o
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