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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. What does Luther say about the life of a Christian?
(a) that the Christian is free to do whatever he pleases
(b) that the Christian lives not for himself, but for God and others
(c) that the Christian lives in constant fear
(d) that the Christian has the greatest chance of offending God
2. What does Luther undertake to do in his lifetime?
(a) He set out to debate all who disagree with his doctrine.
(b) He works to convert all people to Lutheranism.
(c) Luther translates the Bible, catechism, and liturgy as well as a hymn book.
(d) He establishes Lutheran schools across Germany.
3. Although preaching on the same topics, how does Luther keep his preaching fresh?
(a) by varying the length of his sermons
(b) by inviting questions from the parishoners
(c) by highlighting different aspects of the subject
(d) by using lots of illustrations
4. When was Luther's New Testament translation first published?
(a) in 1522
(b) in 1492
(c) in 1550
(d) in 1600
5. What do the peasants and the princes think of Luther after the Peasant War?
(a) Luther is blamed by both sides.
(b) Luther is upheld by the peasants and hated by the princes.
(c) Luther is praised for helping to end the war.
(d) Luther rises in their estimation to historic proportions.
Short Answer Questions
1. Discussion is allowed in Wittenberg, but what is not allowed?
2. What does Bainton suggest about the last quarter of Luther's life?
3. What area is largely won within a decade of the Reformation?
4. What does Luther feel compelled to do as more nuns leave their orders?
5. What does Luther believe a congregation should have?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bainton portray Luther's impact on marriage and the family?
2. In what way is Luther the champion of the working class?
3. How does Luther manage to keep the interest in his preaching?
4. Describe the international impact of Martin Luther.
5. What is the outcome of the Peasant War and how does Luther end up being viewed by the people?
6. Why are some things Luther says alarming to those who hear him?
7. What is Luther's stand on educating children?
8. What continually stays with Luther in regard to his faith?
9. State simply Luther's position on good works.
10. Mention some stipulations from The Twelve Articles published by Luther on the peasant war.
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