1. What did Frederick I of Prussia say about Mennonites?
Frederick I of Prussia said that Mennonites were indispensable to the local economy and industry of his country, and because of their hard work, he tolerated their refusal to serve military duties.
2. What did Montesquieu say about England?
Montesquieu said that the English had the most success in three important areas: religiousness, business, and liberty. He felt these ingredients comprised the secret formula for ultimate success and salvation.
3. What was interesting to the author about the French Huguenot church?
The author found it very interesting that during the Reformation, the French Huguenot church had converts from Catholicism that ranged from peasants, to businessmen, all the way to monks.
4. How does the author say Protestants and Catholics differ in their educational approaches?
The author claims that Protestants and Catholics differ in their approaches to education as Catholics simply want to learn a trade while Protestants hope to learn a trade and find a way to make this craft push them to success.
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