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Unformatted text preview: HUM111048VA016-1132-001 World Cultures I Review Test Submission: Week 11 Quiz Review Test Submission: Week 11 Quiz User MARIA J SIFONTES Course World Cultures I Test Week 11 Quiz Started 3/10/13 3:55 PM Submitted 3/10/13 5:31 PM Status Completed Score 24 out of 60 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 36 minutes out of 3 hours. Instructions This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 17. The second 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 18. The last 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 20. Be sure you are in the correct Chapter when you take the quiz. Question 1 What was the first major work Gutenberg published using his printing press? Selected Answer: The Forty-Two Line Bible Correct Answer: The Forty-Two Line Bible Question 2 What did Luther claim gave him the right to post his 95 Theses on the Wittenberg church door? Selected Answer: Freedom of speech Correct Answer: Academic freedom Question 3 As pointed out in the chapter's "Continuity and Change" section, why did the Roman Catholics increase the elaborateness of their churches in retaliation against 2 out of 2 points 0 out of 2 points 0 out of 2 points Page 1 of 7 Review Test Submission: Week 11 Quiz 3/21/2013 mhtml:file://C:\Documents and Settings\msifontes\My Documents\Hum 111\Week 11 Qui. .. Protestant simplicity? mplicity? Selected Answer: To lure the wealthy middle class into returning to Catholicism Correct Answer: To make the Protestant churches seem emotionally empty Question 4 Why did Luther reject the Church's doctrine that good deeds and work led to salvation? Selected Answer: He believed that faith alone would provide salvation Correct Answer: He believed that faith alone would provide salvation Question 5 After the advent of the printing press, who became Europe's best-selling author?...
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