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What are the three key doctrines of the Reformers:
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1.the authority of scriptures
2.justification by faith
3.priesthood of the believer
"Scipture alone is the only reliable authority" is which key doctrine?
The authority of scriptures
"Salvation cannot be earned by a free gift received by faith" is which key doctrine?
Justification of faith
"There is only one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus" is which key doctrine?
The Priesthood of the Believer
People who chose to follow Scripture and the leave the Roman Catholic Church were called ______.
Protestants
The _____ Church followed only those practices directly commanded in Scripture.
"Reformed Church"
The most important Reformed leader was ___ ___.
John Calvin
Reformed Christians are called simply "_______".
Calvinists
John Calvin was also called the "_______".
"Theologian"
John Calvin's greatest contribution was his ______.
writings
The Reformed Protestants in Scotland were led by __ ___.
John Knox
The _____ __ __ _______ was several Protestant noblemen who banded together in Scotland.
Lords of the Congregation
John Calvin's book, __ __ __ ___ __ ___, he records his conversations with Mary, Queen of Scots.
History of Reformation in Scotland
The _________ Church was the result of John Knox's labors.
Presbyterian Church
Reformed Protestants in France were called _____.
Huguenots
The Massacre of ___ ____ Day was when thousands of Protestants were killed.
St. Bartholomew's Day
King ___ ____ first broke against Rome during the Reformation.
King Henry VIII
____ _ and ____ _ established the Church of England.
Edward VI and Elizabeth I
The ____ __ _____ was a council that wrote down all Roman Catholic beliefs and practices for the first time.
Council of Trent
What two men attempted to bring the Catholics and Protestants back together?
Contarini and Melanchthon