Chapter 3 Quiz, Part 1: Lollards and Luther
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1. The leader of a group called the 'Lollards' challenged the Church in the Medieval period. He attacked monasticism and the Pope, and translated the Bible into English. What was his name? *
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2. During which century did this Lollard leader translate the Bible from the Vulgate into English?
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3. Choose the FOUR beliefs that fit with a Lollard view of religion, as opposed to a traditional Catholic view. *
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Lollardy in the 1300s and 1400s
Lollardy in the 1300s and 1400s
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4. Why did Lollardy fail to attract open support, forcing the movement 'underground'? *
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5. Why did radical ideas continue among the people like artisans, rather than the poor? *
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6. The ideas of German monk Martin Luther soon reached England after his attack on the Church during which year? *
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Luther puts forth his ideas about problems in the Catholic Church and pins them to the door of Wittenberg Castle church
Luther puts forth his ideas about problems in the Catholic Church and pins them to the door of Wittenberg Castle church
7. Luther wrote up his ideas about problems with the Catholic Church, such as the sale of indulgences, into how many 'theses', which he pinned on the door of his local church? (A thesis is a position taken by someone on a certain subject, which is designed to prompt discussion
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8. Inspired by Luther, which English scholar secretly translated the Bible into English, just as the Lollard leader had done before him? *
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9. The scholar fled to the Netherlands as his inflammatory views against the Pope and Catholic Church put him in danger in England. The agents of Thomas More eventually found him in 1536. What happened to him? *
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10. In which book did Tyndale set out his view that, based on the laws of Moses, God required people to obey their ruler? *
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An original copy of Tyndale's book
An original copy of Tyndale's book
11. Luther also began to question the relationship between the Church and the monarch. What term is given to the controversial idea that the monarch was responsible for the Church in his own land, greatly reducing the power of the Pope? *
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12. Who else supported the argument that real authority over the Church in England came from the King? *
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13. Few in England were initially attracted to Luther’s ideas, but which of Henry’s advisers were influenced by him? (Choose TWO) *
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Henry and his advisors - what were their names?
Henry and his advisors - what were their names?
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