Level Two: Hard

For a complete answer there may be more than one answer for multiple choice questions. 

1. Which of the following did Martin Luther not write or translate?

  1. The Bible in German
  2. Address to the German Nobility
  3. A Mighty Fortress is Our God
  4. Babylonian Captivity of the Church
  5. The 95 Theses
  6. Freedom of a Christian Man
  7. The Augsburg Confession
  8. Against the Bull of Antichrist
  9. The Bondage of the Will
  10. Loci Communes

2. True or False: Martin Luther enjoyed singing, playing the lute and composing songs.

3. Which of the following men closely worked with Martin Luther to help advance the Reformation?

  1. Philip Melanchthon
  2. Nicolaus von Amsdorf
  3. Johannes Bugenhagen
  4. Justus Jonas
  5. Georg Spalatin
  6. All of the above

4. Which of the following German noblemen signed the Protestation of Speyer?

  1. Elector Frederick III of the Palatine
  2. Elector John of Saxony
  3. Elector Frederick of Saxony
  4. Margrave George of Brandenburg
  5. Duke Ernest of Braunschweig-Lüneburg
  6. Duke Heinrich of Saxony
  7. Duke Francis of Braunschweig-Lüneburg
  8. Landgrave Philip of Hesse
  9. Prince Wolfgang of Anhalt
  10. Duke Christoph of Württemberg

5. Which of the following helped advance the Reformation in Strasburg?

  1. Martin Bucer
  2. Wolfgang Fabricius Capito
  3. Matthäus Zell
  4. Kaspar Hedio
  5. Jacob Sturm
  6. Katharina Zell

6. Which of the following did not help the Reformation in Zürich?

  1. Ulrich Zwingli
  2. Gerold Meyer von Knonau
  3. Christoph Froschauer
  4. Wolfgang Schorant
  5. Leo Judæ
  6. Anna Reinhart
  7. Diethelm Roist
  8. Heinrich Bullinger
  9. Rudolph Gualther
  10. Bernhardin Samson

7. True or False: The Anabaptist leader Balthazar Hubmaier zealously preached the doctrine of non-resistance.

8. True or False: The Reformed pastor of St. Gall, Vadian, was a good friend with the Swiss Anabaptist leader Conrad Grebel.

9. Who wrote and who edited the Second Helvetic Confession?

10. What were Zwingli’s last words?

11. Whose last words were, “Lord, open the king of England’s eyes!”?

12. Which of the following helped William Tyndale in his work of translating, smuggling and distributing English Bibles?

  1. John Walsh
  2. John Fryth
  3. William Roye
  4. Thomas Cartwright
  5. Humphrey Monmouth
  6. Thomas Garret
  7. Myles Coverdale
  8. Thomas Poyntz
  9. Henry Phillips
  10. John Rogers

13. Which reformers were part of the group that met at the White Horse Inn?

  1. Thomas Arthur
  2. Thomas Cranmer
  3. Hugh Latimer
  4. Thomas Bilney
  5. Richard Rogers
  6. William Tyndale
  7. Richard Hooker
  8. Myles Coverdale
  9. Nicholas Ridley
  10. Henry Barrowe

14. In which year was Foxe’s Book of Martyrs first printed?

15. True or False: William Salesbury, Richard Davies and Bishop William Morgan all helped give the Welsh people the Bible in their native tongue.

16. On December 3rd, 1557, Scottish Protestant noblemen organized themselves into a group which they called what?

17. Who succeeded John Knox as the leader of the Church of Scotland?

18. True or False: The National Covenant of Scotland of 1580 was first signed in Greyfriers Churchyard by large crowds of people.

19. Which of the following did John Knox not write?

  1. De Jure Regni apud Scotos
  2. The Scottish Confession of Faith of 1560
  3. Appellations to the Nobility and Commonality of Scotland
  4. A Vindication That The Mass Is Idolatry
  5. The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women
  6. Book of Common Order

20. Which of the following were Scottish martyrs?

  1. Andrew Melville
  2. Patrick Hamilton
  3. George Wishart
  4. Henry Forrest
  5. David Straiton
  6. Norman Gourley
  7. Jerome Russell
  8. Alexander Kennedy
  9. Walter Mill
  10. John Knox

21. The hymn Te Deum Laudamus by St. Ambrose played a role in the martyrdom of all of the men below except which one? 

  1. Henry Voes
  2. John Cornelius Winter         
  3. Jan de Bakker
  4. Adolf Klarenbach
  5. John Esch

22. Who baptized Menno Simons in 1537?

23. Between 1551 and 1582 how many people did Leonard Bouwens record that he had baptized?

24. True or False: Many Reformed Churches use the Three Forms of Unity, which is made up of the Canon of Dort, the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Heidelberg Catechism, as their statement of their doctrinal standards.

25. Which two of the following were not field-preachers in the 1566 Revival in the Low Countries?

  1. Herman Modet
  2. David Joris
  3. Peregrine de la Grange
  4. Ambrose Wille
  5. John Arentson
  6. Peter Gabriel
  7. Peter Fliesteden

26. Which of the following did John Calvin do?

  1. Wrote the Institutes of the Christian Religion.
  2. Helped William Whittingham with the Geneva Bible.
  3. Helped Robert Olivetan translate the Bible into French.
  4. Commissioned the writing of the Geneva Psalter.
  5. Was the first to preach the Reformation doctrines in Geneva.
  6. Defended Reformed doctrines at the Colloquy of Poissy.
  7. Helped in the founding of over 2,000 congregations in France.
  8. Sent missionaries to Brazil.
  9. Founded the Academy of Geneva.

27. Which of the following were part of the Meaux Circle?

  1. Jacques Pavane
  2. Antoine de la Roche Chandieu
  3. William Farel
  4. Jacques Lefèvre
  5. Gérard Roussel
  6. Guillaume Briçonnet
  7. Louis de Berquin
  8. François de Morel

28. In which year did the St. Bartholomew’s Eve Massacre take place?

29. Which of the following were Huguenot military leaders?

  1. Clement Marot
  2. Admiral Gaspárd de Coligny
  3. Queen Jeanne D’Albret of Navarre
  4. François de Morel
  5. King Henry III of Navarre
  6. Prince Louis Condé

30. Which of the following did not help reform Geneva?

  1. John Calvin
  2. Jacques Pavane
  3. William Farel
  4. Francis Lambert
  5. Robert Olivetan
  6. Pierre Viret
  7. Gérard Roussel
  8. Antoine Froment
  9. Marthurin Cordier
  10. Antoine Calvin
  11. Courault
  12. Theodore Beza

31. Where was the Waldensian Synod of 1532 held?
32. Which of the following were Waldensian martyrs?

  1. Peter Waldo
  2. Stephen de Ansa
  3. John Louis Paschale
  4. Bartholomew Hector
  5. Mathurin and his wife Joan
  6. John Vernoux
  7. Anthony Laborie
  8. Emmanuel Philibert
  9. Martin Gonin
  10. Peter Masson
  11. Dulcinus and his wife Margaret
  12. Durand of Osca

33. In 1530 which two Waldenses were sent to meet with Reformed leaders in Germany and Switzerland?

34. True or False: The Waldenses taught that the worship of Mary, saints and images was wrong, that transubstantiation, purgatory and the required celibacy of priests were false doctrines, that worldly immodest dress, gambling, dancing and attending the theater should not be part of the believer’s life, and that the pope was the Anti-Christ.

35. Which of the following was not part of the education of Waldensian ministers?

  1. Memorized Matthew, John, Hebrews, I John, I&II Peter, and James as boys.
  2. Memorized all of the Gospels and the Epistles as well as several Old Testament books.
  3. Studied Greek and Hebrew.
  4. Spent three years as traveling missionaries.
  5. Learned a trade to help in mission work, such as being physicians, merchants, peddlers or minstrels.
  6. Studied in Roman schools to teach them about the false teachings of Rome.
  7. Practice evangelism without getting caught.

36. True or False: Olaf and Lawrence Patersen translated the Swedish Bible from Luther’s German Bible instead of Greek and Hebrew or the Latin Vulgate.

37. Which of the following helped advance the Reformation in Denmark?

  1. Jørgen Jensen Sadolin
  2. Johannis Taussan
  3. Pietari Särkilahti
  4. Georgious Johannis
  5. Johannes Bugenhagen
  6. Johan Aresen

38. Jørgen Erickssen worked for reform in which country?

39. Which of the following did not work for Reformation in Iceland?

  1. Oddur Gottschalksen
  2. Gisser Enersön
  3. Oegmund Paulsen
  4. Mikael Agricola

40. True or False: The Finnish New Testament was translated by Mikael Agricola from the Greek, Latin, German and Swedish.

41. Which of the following helped advance the Reformation in Hungary?

  1. Thomas Preussner
  2. Simon Grynaeus
  3. Nicholas Christopher Radziwill
  4. Matthias Devay
  5. Gallua Zahera
  6. John Honter
  7. Stephen Kiss of Szegedin
  8. Gáspár Károlyi

42. In which three countries did Jan Łaski serve as a reformer and minister?

43. Who was the Teutonic Knight and Bishop that brought reform to Prussia?

44. Which of the following were not Bohemian Brethren ministers?

  1. John Ziska
  2. John Augusta
  3. Jacob Bilke
  4. George Israel
  5. Gallua Zahera
  6. Lucas of Prague

45. Which of the following nobles were strong Protestants, dedicated to the Reformation?

  1. Wolfgang Jörger IV
  2. Karl of Central Austria
  3. Dorothea Jörger
  4. Christoph Jörger I
  5. Christoph Jörger II
  6. Helmholtz Jörger
  7. Wilhelm of Bavaria
  8. Hans Jörger V
  9. Hans Hut
  10. Karl von Jörger

46. Which of the following were monks at the Monastery of San Isidro del Campo?

  1. Cipriano de Valera
  2. Fernando de San Juan
  3. Casiodoro de Reina
  4. Garcia de Arias
  5. Christobal d’Arellano
  6. Juan Chrisostomo
  7.  Juan de Leon
  8. Christobal Losada

47. Jacob Spreng, a former Augustinian prior in Antwerp who embraced Martin Luther’s teachings, warned who to be more cautious and temperate in his desire to share the Gospel with his fellow countrymen?

48. Which Spanish Reformer memorized most of the Bible?

49. Whose Bible translation was known as The Bible of the Bear?

50. What took place on May 21st, 1559 in Valladolid?

51. Which Italian reformer was invited by Martin Bucer to come to Strasburg to serve as a professor and later by Thomas Cranmer to teach at Oxford University?

52. In which city did Pietro Martire Vermigli, Bernardino Ochino and John Mollio serve together?

53. True or False: Pope Paul III had many Italian Protestant ministers burned at the stake in 1567.

54. Where and in what year was this quote written?
“The persecution here increases every day. Many are seized, of whom some have been sent to the galleys, others condemned to perpetual imprisonment, and some, alas! have been induced, by fear of punishment, to recant.”

55. Who wrote a book entitled Benefit of the Death of Christ?

  1. Aonio Paleario
  2. Pietro Carnesecchi
  3. Antonio Brucioli
  4. Pietro Martire Vermigli