9.Why was Galileo put on trial in 1633? Explain his view of the Bible and its
10.How did the seventeenth century's questions of authority impact Europe's identity as a "Christian" and "top-down" society? Give specific examples
11.How did the Catholic Church re-establish its strength and reputation in the 1600s?
12.Was the seventeenth century a "Christian age" in Europe? Why or why not?
13.Contrast seventeenth-century Catholic and Protestant perspectives on the authority and sufficiency of Scripture. What role did tradition, including creeds, play for either side?
14.How did the scientific revolution change the ways people study and understand how the world works? Cite specific examples
15.What is a comprehensive "Christian worldview" and why did it become important to Christians in the seventeenth century to articulate such a perspective?