Massive MegaQuiz

  1. On the first line, type a question. It can be quite long, but must end with a carriage return, and no carriage returns before the end of the question!

    1. The next line should be the first multiple choice answer.
    2. The second line should be another multiple-choice answer, and so on.
    3. The correct answer should start with an asterisk.
  2. Menno Simons founded the Mennonites.

    1. True
    2. False
  3. This German theologian and member of the Brethren of the Common Life opposed both the sale of indulgences and the celebacy of priests. He was convicted of heresy and died in prison in 1489 after recanting.

    1. Johann Geiler von Kaysersberg
    2. John of Wessel
    3. Peter Waldo
    4. Jan Hus
  4. This German Catholic theologian and writer attacked protestantism. He wrote a scathing biography of Martin Luther as well as works against other Protestants. His biased writings helped to emphasize the need for historiography.

    1. Peter Canisius
    2. Robert Bellarmine
    3. Konrad Wimpina
    4. Johannes Cochlaeus
  5. This Frankfurt theologian, one of Martin Luther's earliest opponents, drafted 106 theses as a response to Lutherís 95 theses. He attended the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 and worked with Eck and others on the Confutatio, the Catholic response to the Lutheran Augsburg Confession.

    1. Konrad Wimpina
    2. Johannes Cochlaeus
    3. Gasparo Contarini
    4. Paola Antonia Negri
  6. This English reformer promoted the use of Tyndale's New Testament and attempted to spread Lutheran theology to England. After having been arrested in England, he fled to Wittenberg where he studied with Luther. He returned to England and was burned at the stake on July 30, 1540.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Hugh Latimer
    3. Matthew Parker
    4. Robert Barnes
  7. She was the sixth wife of Henry VIII and is often considered to be the first Protestant Queen of England. She educated her two step-children as Protestants and supported Protestant figures such as Hugh Latimer and Miles Coverdale. She also wrote two important works: Prayers and The Lamentation of a Sinner.

    1. Katherine Parr
    2. Catherine of Aragon
    3. Elizabeth I
    4. Jane Grey
  8. This Swiss reformer who became pastor in Zurich after Zwingli's death. His Second Helvetic Confession would serve as a guide for reformed churches throughout Switzerland.

    1. Johannes Brenz
    2. Theodore Beza
    3. Martin Bucer
    4. Heinrich Bullinger
  9. He criticized Melanchthon's view of justification as too forensic. He argued that persons are transformed by Christ's divine nature that indwells them. His concept of justification was condemened by article 3 of the Formula of Concord.

    1. Johannes Bugenhagen
    2. Andreas Osiander
    3. Johannes Brenz
    4. Wolfgang Capito
  10. She declared her conversion to the Reformed faith in 1560 and was able to advance Calvinism around Bearn. She also shared leadership in La Rochelle with Catholic Cardinal Gaspard II as a result of the Peace of Saint-Germain Settlement.

    1. Argula von Grumbach
    2. Jeanne of Navarre
    3. Katharina Zell
    4. Marie Dentiere
  11. He was the leader of the Swiss Reformation in Zurich. He is often known as the "third magisterial reformer" because he implemented his reforms through the city council of Zurich.

    1. Ulrich Zwingli
    2. John Calvin
    3. Martin Bucer
    4. Heinrich Bullinger
  12. This German Anabaptist leader was baptized by Hans Denck in 1526. His Anabaptist beliefs tended to focus on apocalypticism and were more mystical-spiritualist in nature. He died of smoke inhilation in prison in 1527.

    1. Menno Simons
    2. Felix Manz
    3. Pilgram Marpeck
    4. Hans Hut
  13. He was a close associate of Martin Luther who eventually moved away from Luther's theology to become a Radical Reformer. He believed that all images should be removed from churches and that Christians must exhibit moral growth or sanctification.

    1. Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt
    2. Thomas M¸ntzer
    3. Kaspar von Schwenckfeld
    4. Conrad Grebel
  14. Protestant martyr under Henry VIII. She was convicted of heresy for her denial of transubstantiation. She was burned alive on July 16, 1546.

    1. Katherine Parr
    2. Mary I
    3. Jane Grey
    4. Anne Askew
  15. This early English Reformer influenced Robert Barnes, Hugh Latimer, and others. He spoke out against relics, the veneration of saints, and pilgrimages and was burned at the stake in 1531.

    1. Martin Luther
    2. Cardinal Wolsey
    3. James Woodson
    4. Thomas Bilney