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- When was the Hundred Years War?
- What was the Black Death caused by?
- poor nutrition, cities, uncleanliness
- The Renassance was when?
- 1375 - 1527
- Ad fontes
- back to the sources
- general council is final authority
- pope is final authority
- brilliant linguist
- church needed reform
- WHen was the Diet of Worms?
- 1521. Luther later burned the papal bull in public.
- What are Luther's 3 Reforming Principles?
- Sola scriptura (only scripture), sola gratia/fide (only faith), and priesthood of all believers (priests are not better than others).
- What are the three traditions?
- Tradition 0 (tradition is nothing. Bible is only authority), Tradition 1 (Scripture is infallible. Tradition is valuable.), Tradition 2 (Both are infallible).
- posse non peccare
- able to not sin
- non posse non peccare
- not able to not sin
- posse peccare
- able to sin
- no posse pecare
- not able to sin
- What does the T in TULIP stand for?
- Total Depravity
- What does the U in TULIP stand for?
- Unconditional Election
- What does the L in TULIP stand for?
- Limited Atonement
- What does the I in TULIP stand for?
- Irresistible Grace
- What does the P in TULIP stand for?
- Perseverance of the Saints
- When do Protestants believe you are justified?
- The moment you believe in Christ
- When do Catholics believe you are justified?
- THe entire time from coming to faith to dying
- Who wrote the first encycolpedia?
- What was the halfway covenant?
- Couldn't vote if nto a member of the church, church let non-Christians be members.
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