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The Montanists believed that the church should consist of regenerate people only.
The Montanists believed that fastings and vigils were an abomination to the Christian.
The Novatians were the earliest Anabaptists in that they re-baptised those coming out of Catholicism.
What was “clinic” baptism?
The belief in sacraments as a way to heaven requires a priesthood for administration of them.
Patrick was an ardent Roman Catholic who believed in salvation through the sacraments.
Hildebrand or Pope Gregory VII claimed supremacy in religious and civil matters.
Arnold was a young priest who began to question Catholic practices and studied the Scriptures.
Arnold was honoured by the Catholic church when after his death he was made a saint.
What did Savonarola’s parents want him to become when he grew up?
What was Savonarola’s favourite book in the Bible to preach from?
How did Savonarola die?
John Hus was a follower of ___________ who was a Protestant before Protestantism.
Hus was the scholar and teacher while Wycliffe possessed great eloquence as a preacher.
John Hus was true to the Scriptures and was martyred as a result.
How did John Hus die?
The teachings of Hus eventually were embraced by a group who were ultimately called:
Constantine was one of the godliest Christians to walk the face of this land that we call Earth.
When was Constantine baptised?
Constantine saw in Christians a unified group that could not have been organized any other way and used it to his advantage.
Augustine believed that if the state does not have the power to punish religious error, then it should not punish a crime like murder either.
Leo the Great declared that death was an appropriate penalty for heresy
Pope Innocent III declared that he was the vicar of Christ and that all power belonged to him in heaven and earth.
The Roman Catholic Church lumped all those who opposed them into one group.
During the Inquisition, true Christians enjoyed great liberty to worship as they pleased.