Quiz for Reformation Happens

  1. 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
  2. This English theologian taught at Oxford University and is sometimes referred to as the "Morning Star of the Reformation" because of his critiques of the Catholic Church.

    1. Jan Huss
    2. Peter Waldo
    3. John of Wessel
    4. John Wycliffe
  3. This Dominican reformer in the city of Florence preached against the immorality and extravagance of the citizens and leaders of Florence, the clergy, and even Pope Alexander VI. He was hanged on May 25, 1496 and his body was burned.

    1. Jan Hus
    2. Girolamo Savonarola
    3. John Wycliffe
    4. Francisco Ximenez de Cisneros
  4. This council was called in order to resolve the Great Schism which occurred in 1378. The council declared Alexander V the new pope to replace Gregory XII, the Roman pope, and Benedict XIII, the Avignon pope. Alexander V was not universally recognized as the pope (resulting in three persons serving as pope for six years).

    1. The Council of Trent
    2. The Council of Constance
    3. The Council of Pisa
    4. The Third Lateran Council
  5. This Czech preacher became the leader of the reform movement in Bohemia. His call for moral reform in the church and a denunciation of indulgences resulted in his excommunication. He was called to the Council of Constance in 1414, was condemned, and burned at the stake on July 6, 1415.

    1. Girolamo Savonarola
    2. Peter Waldo
    3. John Wycliffe
    4. Jan Hus