The millenarians believed that a they were living in

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The millenarians believed that a. they were living in a time of unparalleled peace and prosperity. b. the world would come to an end in the near future. c. Christ's return was in the distant future. d. Christianity would soon be superseded by a new religion.
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Hide Feedback Correct Calvin's concept of predestination influenced his followers to a. exercise strict control over their own feelings and behavior and those of others. b. surrender to self-doubt and despair and live passively, withdrawn from society. c. eat, drink, and be merry because their fate was already determined and they could do nothing about it. d. submit unquestioningly to political authority, even if it violated the laws of God. The Huguenots a. were influenced by the queen mother to carry out the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre. Hide Feedback Correct

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