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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What happened to Cranmer after he recanted?
(a) He was promoted.
(b) He became the religious advisor to the queen.
(c) He was hung.
(d) He was burned at the stake.

2. From whom did Alfred defend the country for seven years?
(a) The pagans.
(b) The Germans.
(c) The Christians.
(d) The Vikings.

3. What was the punishment for Bible translation?
(a) Imprisonment.
(b) Lashes.
(c) Death.
(d) Banishment.

4. Where did Bernard go when he was 25?
(a) To join his first monastery.
(b) To England.
(c) To start a new monastery.
(d) To Ireland.

5. How did the author feel that God responded to the church?
(a) By smiting the enemies of it.
(b) By blessing and preserving it.
(c) By turning His back on it.
(d) By rescuing it.

6. Why did the Council of Nicaea convene?
(a) To judge Christian rulers.
(b) To solve the problems dividing the church.
(c) To create a new Bible.
(d) To discuss the church history.

7. How did the Romans treat the Waldensians?
(a) They laughed at them and told them to stop teaching the Bible.
(b) They accepted them.
(c) They turned away from them.
(d) They imprisoned them.

8. For what was Elizabeth of Hungary known?
(a) Her brilliant mind.
(b) Her connection to God.
(c) Her answered prayers.
(d) Helping the poor.

9. What job did Athanasius have?
(a) Pope.
(b) Deacon of Alexandria.
(c) He was Bishop of Alexandria.
(d) Cardinal.

10. What did Constantine the Great do to Christianity?
(a) He laughed at it.
(b) He encouraged it for others, but not for his own self.
(c) He legalized it.
(d) He banned it.

11. What did William Tyndale do that made him an outlaw?
(a) He wanted to translate the Bible into English.
(b) He robbed from the church.
(c) He held a religious protest outside the church.
(d) He robbed from the wealthy to help the poor.

12. What gave religious freedom to Roman Catholics and Huguenots?
(a) The Edict of Nantes.
(b) The Nicene Creed.
(c) The Freedom Proclamation.
(d) The 95 Edicts.

13. What did the followers of Francis of Assisi own?
(a) Sheep.
(b) Cloth.
(c) Nothing.
(d) Cows.

14. Who is considered the first father figure of the Reformation?
(a) Charlemagne.
(b) Willian Tyndale.
(c) Francis of Assisi.
(d) Martin Luther.

15. Who invaded England and defeated the Saxons?
(a) Napolean.
(b) Charlemagne.
(c) Anselm.
(d) William, the Duke of Normandy.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who were the only people who could read the Bible according to the Romans?

2. What did the governor threaten to do if Polycarp wouldn't swear his loyalty?

3. Who did Renee protect?

4. How did Peter understand the Bible?

5. Alfred the Great was king of what country?

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