Quiz for Radical Reformation

  1. This anabaptist leader in south Germany was an important proponent of the spiritualist form of Anabaptism who died of the plague in 1527.

    1. Pilgram Marpeck
    2. Menno Simons
    3. Hans Denck
    4. Balthasar H¸bmaier
  2. Menno Simons founded the Mennonites.

    1. True
    2. False
  3. This German Anabaptist leader is sometimes referred to as a "magisterial" anabaptist because he was so popular in the towns in which he preached.

    1. Balthasar H¸bmaier
    2. Michael Sattler
    3. Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt
    4. Conrad Grebel
  4. This Swiss Anabaptist reformer baptized George Blaurock, a married former priest, on January 21, 1525, at the home of Felix Manz in Zurich.

    1. Felix Manz
    2. Conrad Grebel
    3. Michael Sattler
    4. Thomas M¸ntzer
  5. This Evangelical Rationalist emphasized the use of reason in addition to Scripture. This led to his rejection of the Trinity and his execution as a heretic in Geneva.

    1. Michael Sattler
    2. Thomas M¸ntzer
    3. Jan of Leiden
    4. Michael Servetus
  6. This "moderate" Anabaptist was able to avoid persecution because he was a civil engineer in Strasburg and Augsburg.

    1. Michael Sattler
    2. Pilgram Marpeck
    3. Conrad Grebel
    4. Hans Denck
  7. The body of this radical anabaptist and two others were placed in cages on the steeple of St Lambert's cathedral in Munster after they were tortured and killed.

    1. Michael Servetus
    2. Bernard Rothmann
    3. Jacob Hutter
    4. Jan of Leiden
  8. This radical reformer was a leader in the Peasants' War and was captured during a peasant uprising near Frankenhausen and beheaded outside the walls of M¸lhausen on May 27, 1525.

    1. Michael Sattler
    2. Jan of Leiden
    3. Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt
    4. Thomas M¸ntzer
  9. Co-founder of the Anabaptist movement in Zurich. He was the first Anabaptist in Zurich to receive adult baptism. He was burned at the stake on September 6, 1529.

    1. Conrad Grebel
    2. Georg Blaurock
    3. Felix Manz
    4. Hans Hut
  10. 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
  11. Anabaptist leader in Tirol and Moravia. His strong leadership established a communal form of Anabaptism.

    1. Menno Simons
    2. Jacob Hutter
    3. Balthasar H¸bmaier
    4. Hans Denck
  12. 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
  13. This German diplomat and radical spiritualist reformer's emphasis on the experiential aspects of Christianity led him to reject ìexternal practicesî such as baptism and the Eucharist.

    1. Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt
    2. Thomas M¸ntzer
    3. Kaspar von Schwenckfeld
    4. Michael Servetus
  14. Co-founder of the Anabaptist movement in Zurich. He became the first Anabaptist martyr in Zurich on January 5, 1527.

    1. Georg Blaurock
    2. Conrad Grebel
    3. Pilgram Marpeck
    4. Felix Manz
  15. South German Anabaptist author of the Schleitheim Articles.

    1. Pilgram Marpeck
    2. Bernard Rothmann
    3. Hans Denck
    4. Michael Sattler