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c. were the Calvinist minority in France.d. were one of the foremost Catholic families in Europe.Hide FeedbackCorrectDuring the reign of Henry VIII, the English Reformationa. adopted the tradition of John Wycliffe, stressing the Bible and the personal relationship of the individual withGod.b. resulted primarily from the king's denying the validity of the sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church.c. rejected most of Luther's ideas, but adopted Calvinism because of its stress on political obedience.d. brought little change to the beliefs and practices of ordinary Christians in England.Hide Feedback
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The beliefs of radical Protestants such as the Anabaptists
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Protestant Reformation

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