In the fourteenth century the english heretic john

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In the fourteenth century the English heretic John Wycliffe taught that Select one: a. only those who embraced monastic vows lived according to God's will.
b. God's will is revealed by the Scripture and the words of Church leaders. c. priests who stand in God's grace are necessary to perform sacraments like communion. d. popes and bishops did not necessarily have God's grace and could be defied by princes. ../ e. papal authority superseded the authority of princes. The correct answer is: popes and bishops did not necessarily have God's grace and could be defied by princes.
Question The Beguines were Select one: Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00
Question Which of the following was NOT characteristic of Renaissance Humanism? Select one: Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 e. the elites of the Cathari. The correct answer is: examples of pious laity formed into semi-monastic groups.
Question More refined rules of behavior combined with religious ceremonies and spiritual overtones led to Select one: Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00
Question 10 Which of the following resulted from the Hundred Years' War? Select one: Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 a. France became a unified kingdom. b. The French king had become the indisputable protector of the French people. .,/ c. Both England and France had become modem states. d. England's wool industry suffered a recession.
Question Henry ll's conflict with Thomas Becket focused on Select one: 11 Correct e. The French king faced a number of rivals to the throne. The correct answer is: The French king had become the indisputable protector of the French people.
5.00 points out of 5.00 b. the Duchy of Normandy. c. the appointment of Stephen Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury. d. double j eopardy. e. the Constitutions of Clarendon . .,/ The correct answer is: the Constitutions of Clarendon.

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