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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How can Luther be described above all other outstanding attributes he possesses?
(a) a man obsessed
(b) a man of generosity
(c) a man of letters
(d) a man of prayer
2. From where does Luther believe salvation comes?
(a) through the hymns
(b) through good deeds
(c) through the priest
(d) through the Word
3. Why does the Reformation in Saxony cause confusion?
(a) because each town has its own way of conducting church
(b) because no one known who owns the church property
(c) because Catholics are being persecuted
(d) because there are many different denominations
4. What is something Bainton credits Luther for?
(a) dividing the German people over religion
(b) making the German people look foolish to the world
(c) destroying much of German culture
(d) molding the character of the German people
5. What is Luther's fundamental chasm with the Church?
(a) the last judgment of God
(b) the nature and destiny of man
(c) the sacrement of infant baptism
(d) the education of the laity
Short Answer Questions
1. After a year in exile, where does Luther resolve to go?
2. What does the second Diet of Speyer do for Germany?
3. Who tells Frederick the Wise to separate himself from Martin Luther and muffle his blasphemous tongue?
4. What happens in 1534?
5. According to Luther, how is the Church supposed to be administered?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the attitude of Hadrian toward Martin Luther?
2. What continually stays with Luther in regard to his faith?
3. Who ascends to the papacy after Leon X?
4. What is the outcome of the Peasant War and how does Luther end up being viewed by the people?
5. In what way is Luther the champion of the working class?
6. What two aspects of Luther's life give him comfort?
7. What part do publications have in the first decade of the Reformation?
8. How does Bainton portray Luther's impact on marriage and the family?
9. What is the risk of Luther's return to Wittenberg?
10. Describe Luther's decision to marry.
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